Angelica Willis


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Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 2 - Zero Hunger
  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being


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  • Nuclear localization signal sequence is required for VACM-1/CUL5-dependent regulation of cellular growth

    Willis, A. N., Dean, S. E. B., Habbouche, J. A., Kempers, B. T., Ludwig, M. L., Sayfie, A. D., Lewis, S. P., Harrier, S., DeBruine, Z. J., Garrett, R. & Burnatowska-Hledin, M. A., Apr 1 2017, In: Cell and Tissue Research. 368, 1, p. 105-114 10 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

    11 Scopus citations
  • Expanding the diversity of mycobacteriophages: Insights into genome architecture and evolution

    Pope, W. H., Jacobs-Sera, D., Russel, D. A., Peebles, C. L., Al-Atrache, Z., Alcoser, T. A., Alexander, L. M., Alfano, M. B., Alford, S. T., Amy, N. E., Anderson, M. D., Anderson, A. G., Ang, A. A. S., Manuel, A., Barber, A. J., Barker, L. P., Barrett, J. M., Barshop, W. D., Bauerle, C. M., Bayles, I. M., & 172 othersBelfield, K. L., Best, A. A., Agustin, B., Bowman, C. A., Boyer, C. A., Bradley, K. W., Bradley, V. A., Broadway, L. N., Budwal, K., Busby, K. N., Campbell, I. W., Campbell, A. M., Carey, A., Caruso, S. M., Chew, R. D., Cockburn, C. L., Cohen, L. B., Corajod, J. M., Cresawn, S. G., Davis, K. R., Deng, L., Denver, D. R., Dixon, B. R., Ekram, S., Elgin, S. C. R., Engelsen, A. E., English, B. E. V., Erb, M. L., Estrada, C., Filliger, L. Z., Findley, A. M., Forbes, L., Forsyth, M. H., Fox, T. M., Fritz, M. J., Garcia, R., George, Z. D., Georges, A. E., Gissendanner, C. R., Goff, S., Goldstein, R., Gordon, K. C., Green, R. D., Guerra, S. L., Guiney-Olsen, K. R., Guiza, B. G., Haghighat, L., Hagopian, G. V., Harmon, C. J., Harmson, J. S., Hartzog, G. A., Harvey, S. E., He, S., He, K. J., Healy, K. E., Higinbotham, E. R., Hildebrandt, E. N., Ho, J. H., Hogan, G. M., Hohenstein, V. G., Holz, N. A., Huang, V. J., Hufford, E. L., Hynes, P. M., Jackson, A. S., Jansen, E. C., Jarvik, J., Jasinto, P. G., Jordan, T. C., Kasza, T., Katelyn, M. A., Kelsey, J. S., Kerrigan, L. A., Khaw, D., Kim, J., Knutter, J. Z., Ko, C. C., Larkin, G. V., Laroche, J. R., Latif, A., Leuba, K. D., Leuba, S. I., Lewis, L. O., Loesser-Casey, K. E., Long, C. A., Javier Lopez, A., Lowery, N., Lu, T. Q., Mac, V., Masters, I. R., Mccloud, J. J., Mcdonough, M. J., Medenbach, A. J., Menon, A., Miller, R., Morgan, B. K., Ng, P. C., Nguyen, E., Nguyen, K. T., Nguyen, E. T., Nicholson, K. M., Parnell, L. A., Peirce, C. E., Perz, A. M., Peterson, L. J., Pferdehirt, R. E., Philip, S. V., Pogliano, K., Pogliano, J., Polley, T., Puopolo, E. J., Rabinowitz, H. S., Resiss, M. J., Rhyan, C. N., Robinson, Y. M., Rodriguez, L. L., Rose, A. C., Rubin, J. D., Ruby, J. A., Saha, M. S., Sandoz, J. W., Savitskaya, J., Schipper, D. J., Schnitzler, C. E., Schott, A. R., Bradley Segal, J., Shaffer, C. D., Sheldon, K. E., Shepard, E. M., Shepardson, J. W., Shroff, M. K., Simmons, J. M., Simms, E. F., Simpson, B. M., Sinclair, K. M., Sjoholm, R. L., Slette, I. J., Spaulding, B. C., Straub, C. L., Stukey, J., Sughrue, T., Tang, T. Y., Tatyana, L. M., Taylor, S. B., Taylor, B. J., Temple, L. M., Thompson, J. V., Tokarz, M. P., Trapani, S. E., Troum, A. P., Tsay, J., Tubbs, A. T., Walton, J. M., Wang, D. H., Wang, H., Warner, J. R., Weisser, E. G., Wendler, S. C., Weston-Hafer, K. A., Whelan, H. M., Williamson, K. E., Willis, A. N., Wirtshafter, H. S., Wong, T. W., Wu, P., Yang, Y. J., Yee, B. C., Zaidins, D. A., Zhang, B., Zúniga, M. Y., Hendrix, R. W. & Hatfull, G. F., 2011, In: PloS one. 6, 1, e16329.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

    Open Access
    112 Scopus citations
  • Mutational analysis of VACM-1/cul5 exons in cancer cell lines

    Lewis, S. P., Willis, A. N., Johnson, A. E., Resau, J. & Burnatowska-Hledin, M. A., Jul 2011, In: APMIS. 119, 7, p. 421-430 10 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

    8 Scopus citations