Ryan Taft

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Ryan completed BSc at The University of California, Davis. He worked at the California Pacific Medical Center for four years before joining the Mattick Lab as a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. His PhD thesis topic is "The discovery of new classes of small noncoding RNAs".


Taft RJ, Pheasant M, Mattick JS (2007). The relationship between non-protein-coding DNA and eukaryotic complexity. Bioessays 29: 288-299.

Yount G, Taft RJ, Luu T, Rachlin K, Moore D, Zhang W. Independent motile microplast formation correlates with glioma cell invasiveness. J Neurooncol 81: 113-121.

McAllister SD, Chan C, Taft RJ, Luu T, Abood ME, Moore DH, Aldape K, Yount G. Cannabinoids selectively inhibit proliferation and induce death of cultured human glioblastoma multiforme cells. J Neurooncol 74: 31-40.

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