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PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Joshi, R.R., Sk I. Ali, and A.K. Ashley (2019). DNA ligase IV promotes cellular replication in triple negative breast cancer. Journal of Nucleic Acids. https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jna/contents/ 
  2. Sanchez, N.S., Quinn, K.E., Ashley, A.K., and Ashley, R.L. (2018). In the ovine pituitary, CXCR4 is localized in gonadotropes and somatotropes and increases with elevated serum progesterone. Domestic animal endocrinology62, 88-97.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  3. Ashley, A.K. and Kemp, C.J. (2017). DNA-PK, ATM, and ATR: PIKKing on p53. Cell Cycle, 1-5
  4. Sanchez NS, Quinn KE, Ashley AK, Ashley RL. In the ovine pituitary, CXCR4 is localized in gonadotropes and somatotropes and increases with elevated serum progesterone. Domest Anim Endocrinol. 2018 Jan;62:88-97. doi: 10.1016/j.domaniend.2017.10.003. Epub 2017 Oct 28.
  5. Gurley, K.E., Ashley, A.K., and Kemp, C.J. (2017). Stem cell-specific synergy between PRKDC and TP53 enhances radiosensitivity. Cell Death Differ. PMID:28686579
  6. Salazar M, Lerma-Ortiz A, Hooks GM, Ashley AK, Ashley RL. Progestin-mediated activation of MAPK and AKT in nuclear progesterone receptor negative breast epithelial cells: The role of membrane progesterone receptors. Gene. 2016;591(1):6-13. doi: 10.1016/j.gene.2016.06.044. PubMed PMID: 27349565; PMCID: PMC4992424.
  7. Ashley AK, Hinds AI, Hanneman WH, Tjalkens RB, Legare ME. DJ-1 Mutation Decreases Astroglial Release of Inflammatory Mediators. Neurotoxicology. 2015. doi: 10.1016/j.neuro.2015.12.007. PubMed PMID: 26691871.
  8.  Coleson MP*, Sanchez NS*, Ashley AK, Ross TT, Ashley RL. (2015) Human chorionic gonadotropin increases serum progesterone, number of corpora lutea and angiogenic factors in pregnant sheep. Reproduction. Jul;1501):43-52. doi: 10.1530/REP-14-0632. Epub 2015 Apr 10.
  9. Ashley AK, Shrivastav M, Nie J, Amerin C, Troksa K, Glanzer JG, Liu S, Opiyo SO, Dimitrova DD, Le P, Sishc B, Bailey SM, Oakley GG and Nickoloff JA (2014) DNA-PK phosphorylation of RPA32 Ser4/Ser8 regulates replication stress checkpoint activation, fork restart, homologous recombination and mitotic catastrophe. DNA Repair (Amst). doi: 10.1016/j.dnarep.2014.04.008
  10. Quinn KE, Ashley AK, Reynolds LP, Grazul-Bilska AT and Ashley RL (2014) Activation of the CXCL12/CXCR4 signaling axis may drive vascularization of the ovine placenta. Domest Anim Endocrinol. doi: 10.1016/j.domaniend.2013.12.004
  11. Liu S, Opiyo SO, Manthey K, Glanzer JG, Ashley AK, Amerin C, Troksa K, Shrivastav M, Nickoloff JA and Oakley GG (2012) Distinct roles for DNA-PK, ATM and ATR in RPA phosphorylation and checkpoint activation in response to replication stress. Nucleic Acids Res 40:10780-94. doi: 10.1093/nar/gks849
  12. Ponder J, Yoo BH, Abraham AD, Li Q, Ashley AK, Amerin CL, Zhou Q, Reid BG, Reigan P, Hromas R, Nickoloff JA and Labarbera DV (2011) Neoamphimedine Circumvents Metnase-Enhanced DNA Topoisomerase IIalpha Activity Through ATP-Competitive Inhibition. Mar Drugs 9:2397-408. doi: 10.3390/md9112397
  13. Legare ME, Bush J, Ashley AK, Kato T and Hanneman WH (2011) Cellular and phenotypic characterization of canine osteosarcoma cell lines. Journal of Cancer 2:262-70.
  14. Allen C, Ashley AK, Hromas R and Nickoloff JA (2011) More forks on the road to replication stress recovery. Journal of molecular cell biology 3:4-12. doi: 10.1093/jmcb/mjq049
  15. Dooley GP, Ashley AK, Legare ME, Handa RJ and Hanneman WH (2010) Proteomic analysis of diaminochlorotriazine (DACT) adducts in three brain regions of Wistar rats. Toxicology letters 199:17-21. doi: 10.1016/j.toxlet.2010.07.014
  16. Ashley AK, Hanneman WH, Katoh T, Moreno JA, Pollack A, Tjalkens RB and Legare ME (2009) Analysis of targeted mutation in DJ-1 on cellular function in primary astrocytes. Toxicology letters 184:186-91. doi: 10.1016/j.toxlet.2008.11.008
  17. Lu Y, Lohitnavy M, Reddy M, Lohitnavy O, Eickman E, Ashley A, Gerjevic L, Xu Y, Conolly RB and Yang RS (2008) Quantitative analysis of liver GST-P foci promoted by a chemical mixture of hexachlorobenzene and PCB 126: implication of size-dependent cellular growth kinetics. Archives of toxicology 82:103-16. doi: 10.1007/s00204-007-0238-x
  18. Lu Y, Lohitnavy M, Reddy MB, Lohitnavy O, Ashley A and Yang RS (2006) An updated physiologically based pharmacokinetic model for hexachlorobenzene: incorporation of pathophysiological states following partial hepatectomy and hexachlorobenzene treatment. Toxicol Sci 91:29-41. doi: 10.1093/toxsci/kfj133
  19. Ashley AK, Custis M, Ashley R and Strickland JR (2006) Toxicokinetic profile of swainsonine following exposure to locoweed (Oxytropis sericea) in naive and previously exposed sheep. N Z Vet J 54:34-40. doi: 10.1080/00480169.2006.36601
  20. Strickland JR, Custis MA, Ashley AK, Smith LL, Klotz JL and Krehbiel CR (2005) Clearance of para-aminohippuric acid in wethers consuming locoweed. N Z Vet J 53:288-92. doi: 10.1080/00480169.2005.36562
  21. Obeidat BS, Strickland JR, Vogt ML, Taylor JB, Krehbiel CR, Remmenga MD, Clayshulte-Ashley AK, Whittet KM, Hallford DM and Hernandez JA (2005) Effects of locoweed on serum swainsonine and selected serum constituents in sheep during acute and subacute oral/intraruminal exposure. Journal of animal science 83:466-77.
  22. Whittet KM, Encinias HB, Strickland JR, Taylor JB, Graham JD, Clayshulte AK and Encinias AM (2002) Effect of lonophore supplementation on selected serum constituents of sheep consuming locoweed. Veterinary and human toxicology 44:136-40.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Ashley, A.K. and Kemp, C.J. (2018). Etiology of Cancer. In DeVita, Hellman, and Rosenberg’s Cancer: Principles and Practice of Oncology, V.T. DeVita Jr., T.S. Lawrence, S.A. Rosenberg, R.A. DePinho, and R.A. Weinberg, eds.

Taylor JB, Strickland JR, Krehbiel CR, Clayshulte AK, Siepel MA and Ashley RL (2003) . In: Acamovic T, Stewart CS and Pennycott TW (eds) Poisonous Plants and Related Toxins, CABI Publishing, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK. pp. 102-107.

 

SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS

Oral Presentations

Presenter is underlined

  1. Joshi, R., Ali, S.I., and Ashley, A.K.(2018). DNA ligase 4 depletion causes alterations in cellular replication. Western New Mexico University (Invited Seminsar).– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  2. Joshi, R.,Ali, S.I., Chavez, M., and Ashley, A.K. (2018). DNA ligase 4 depletion causes alterations in cellular replication Biosymposium.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  3. Joshi, R.,Ali, I., Chavez, M.V., Nickoloff, J.A., and Ashley, A. (2017b). DNA Lig4 Influences Cellular Replication. Medical Centers of the Americas Symposium. (Invited Seminar) – NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  4. Ashley, A.K.(2017). DNA Lig4 Influences Cellular Replication. RAIN Conference. (Invited Seminar)– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  5. Joshi, R., Ali, I., Chavez, M.V., Nickoloff, J.A., and Ashley, A.(2017b). DNA Lig4 Influences Cellular Replication. NM-INBRE Symposium.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  6. Ashley, A.K.(2016a). Identifying new drug targets in breast cancer. New Mexico Tech. (Invited Seminar)– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  7. Ashley, A.K.(2016b). Identifying new drug targets in breast cancer. UTEP. (Invited Seminar)– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  8. Ashley, A.K.,Shrivastav, M., and Nickoloff, J.A. (2010b). Roles of DNA-PKcs in the Cellular Replication Stress Response. CSU College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Research Day.
  9. Ashley,K., Shrivastav, M., and Nickoloff, J.A. (2010c). Roles of DNA-PKcs in the Cellular Replication Stress Response. Cancer Supercluster Meeting.
  10. Ashley, A.K.,Katoh, T., Moreno, J.A., Hanneman, W.H., and Legare, M.E. (2008). Mutation of the Parkinson’s gene DJ-1 increase the inflammatory response in mouse astrocytes. Society of Toxicology.
  11. Ashley, A.K.,Katoh, T., Moreno, J.A., Hanneman, W.H., Tjalkens, R.B., and Legare, M.E. (2007b). Molecular dissection of the role of DJ-1 in neuodegeneration. Cell and Molecular Biology Symposium.
  12. Ashley, A.K.,Hanneman, W.H., Tjalkens, R.B., and Legare, M.E. (2007a). Preliminary characterization of DJ-1 mutation in primary cortical astrocytes. Mountain West Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting.
  13. Ashley, A.K.,Hanneman, W.H., Tjalkens, R.B., and Legare, M.E. (2005a). Characterization of the PARK7 knockout mouse: a new in vivo model for Parkinson’s disease. CSU Toxicology Symposium.
  14. Ashley, A.K.,Legare, M.E., Tjalkens, R.B., and Hanneman, W.H. (2005b). Characterization of the PARK7 knockout mouse: a new in vivo model for Parkinson’s disease. CHSC Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Retreat.

 

Poster Presentations

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  1. Fuller, M. L., K. Laje, O. Holguin and A. K. Ashley (2019). “Evaluating Phytoene/Phytofluene in UV-induced DNA Damage Repair.” URCAS, Las Cruces, NM.
  2. Fierro, A., P. S. Ramirez and A. K. Ashley (2019). “Evaluating R-loop abundance in multiple cancer cell lines.” URCAS, Las Cruces, NM.
  3. Ali, S.I., Sena, F. Schilkey, and A. K. Ashley (2019). Integrative tri-omics approaches to analyze miRNA mediated regulation of mRNA expression and protein production by DNA-PK following DNA damage. New Mexico BioInformatics, Science and Technology (NMBIST) Symposium. Santa Fe, NM
  4. McIntosh, S.Z., K.E. Quinn, A.K. Ashley, and R.L. Ashley (2019). Intrauterine Infusion of AMD3100 in Ewes: “Elucidating the Importance of CXCL12 at the Fetal-Maternal Interface.” Society of Toxicology, Baltimore, MD.
  5. Ali, S. I.and A. K. Ashley (2018). “DNA-PKcs regulation of CTCF.” Biosymposium, Las Cruces, NM.
  6. Hooks, G. M., Y. Anchondo, R. Moser, C. J. Kemp and A. Ashley (2018). “Targeting ERBB3 in Triple Negative Breast Cancer.” Biosymposium, Las Cruces, NM.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  7. Joshi, R., S. I. Ali, M. Chavez and A. K. Ashley (2018). “DNA ligase 4 depletion causes alterations in cellular replication ” NCGR Meeting, Santa Fe, NM.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  8. Ali, S. I., P. S. Ramirez and A. K. Ashley (2018). “The role of DNA-PK in CTCF-mediated genomic stability.” NCGR Meeting, Santa Fe, NM.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  9. Ali, S. I., S. Ramirez and A. K. Ashley (2018). “DNA-PK regulates CTCF-mediated genome stability.” NISBRE Meeting, Washington D.C.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  10. Joshi, R., S. I. Ali and K. Ashley(2018). “Targeting DNA repair in triple negative breast cancer.” NISBRE Meeting, Washington D.C.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  11. Joshi, R. J.and A. K. Ashley (2018). “DNA ligase IV depletion impairs cellular replication.” NISBRE Meeting, Washington D.C.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  12. Ali, S.I., Ramirez, P.S. and Ashley, A.K. (2018). The role of DNA-PK in CTCF-mediated genomic stability. 13th Annual NMBIST Symposium on Genome Editing, Santa Fe, NM
  13. Fuller, M. L., I. Ali and A. K. Ashley (2018). “Assessing the role of CTCF in basal cell viability.” NM-INBRE Symposium.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  14. Joshi, R., I. Ali and A. K. Ashley (2018). “DNA ligase IV depletion impairs cellular replication.” NM-INBRE Symposium.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  15. Ali, S. I., S. Ramirez, J. Sena, F. D. Schilkey and A. K. Ashley (2018). “DNA-PK in CTCF-mediated genome stability.” NM-INBRE Symposium.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  16. Aguirre, D. Q., Joshi and A. K. Ashley (2018). “Ligase IV is not Merely a NHEJ Protein.” NM-INBRE Symposium.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  17. Ramirez, P. S., I. Ali and A. K. Ashley (2018). “Assessing the role of DNA-PKcs in R-loop formation.” URCAS, Las Cruces, NM.– NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  18. Chavez, M.V., R.R. Joshi, and A.K. Ashley, Elucidating the Impact of Protein Phosphatases in the Replication Stress Response. URCAS, Las Cruces, NM., 2017. – NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  19. Hooks, G.M.,et al., Targeting ERBB3 in Triple Negative Breast Cancer. Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), Phoenix, AZ, 2017. – NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  20. Chavez, M.V., R.R. Joshi, and A.K. Ashley, Elucidating the Impact of Protein Phosphatases in the Replication Stress Response. SACNAS, Salt Lake City, UT, 2017. – NMSU, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  21. Hooks, G.M., Anchondo, Y., Chavez, M., Moser, R., Kemp, C.J., and Ashley, A. (2017). Targeting ERBB3 in Triple Negative Breast Cancer. URCAS.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  22. Ali, S.I., Joshi, R., Chavez, M., and Ashley, A.K. (2017). DNA Lig4 depletion slows cell growth in breast cancer cells without altering proapoptotic signaling or basal protein phosphatase levels. NM-INBRE Symposium.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  23. Hooks, G.M., Anchondo, Y., Chavez, M., Moser, R., Kemp, C.J., and Ashley, A. (2017). Targeting ERBB3 in Triple Negative Breast Cancer. NM-INBRE Symposium.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  24. Joshi, R., Ali, I., Chavez, M.V., Nickoloff, J.A., and Ashley, A. (2017a). DNA Lig4 Influences Cellular Replication. Keystone Symposium: DNA Replication and Recombination.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  25. Joshi, R., Chavez, M., Cavaretta, J., and Ashley, A.K. (2017c). Depletion of DNA Ligase IV Impairs DNA Replication in Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells. NM-INBRE Symposium.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  26. Anchondo, Y., Hooks, G.M., Moser, R., Cermelli, S., Kemp, C.J., and Ashley, A.K. (2016). Therapeutic targets for doxorubicin resistant breast cancer. URCAS, Las Cruces, NM.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  27. Chavez, M., Joshi, R., Cavaretta, J., Sharma, N., Nickoloff, J.A., and Ashley, A.K. (2016). DNA Ligase 4 in DNA Replication Stress. URCAS, Las Cruces, NM.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  28. Hooks, G.M., Anchondo, Y., Cavaretta, J., Sharma, N., Nickoloff, J., and Ashley, A.K.(2016b). DNA ligase IV modulates the cellular response to DNA replication stress. AACR Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  29. Hooks, G.M.,and Ashley, A.K. (2016). DNA-PKcs in the Replication Stress Response. URCAS, Las Cruces, NM.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  30. Hooks, G.M., Nikolova, O., Moser, R., Ashley, A.K., and Kemp, C.J. (2016c). Discovering New Therapeutic Targets for Triple Negative Breast Cancer Using Patient Derived Tumor Cells. Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), Tampa, FL.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  31. Hooks, G.M.,Nikolova, O., Moser, R., Ashley, A.K., and Kemp, C.J. (2016d). Discovering New Therapeutic Targets for Triple Negative Breast Cancer Using Patient Derived Tumor Cells. SURP Poster Session, Seattle, WA.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  32. Hooks, G.M.,Nikolova, O., Moser, R., Ashley, A.K., and Kemp, C.J. (2016e). Discovering New Therapeutic Targets for Triple Negative Breast Cancer Using Patient Derived Tumor Cells. PACR Student Poster Presentation, Las Cruces, NM.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  33. Joshi, R., Chavez, M., Cavaretta, J., Sharma, N., Nickoloff, J., and Ashley, A.K. (2016a). DNA ligase IV modulates the cellular response to DNA replication stress. Cell Signaling Conference, New Mexico Symposium, Santa Fe, NM– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  34. Joshi, R.,Chavez, M., Cavaretta, J., Sharma, N., Nickoloff, J., and Ashley, A.K. (2016b). DNA ligase IV modulates the cellular response to DNA replication stress. PACR Student Poster Presentation, Las Cruces, NM.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  35. Tso, C.,Hooks, G.M., Anchondo, Y., Chavez, M., Moser, R., Kemp, C.J., and Ashley, A.K. (2016a). ERBB3 Knockdown Promotes Apoptosis in Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells. SACNAS, Long Beach, CA.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  36. Tso, C.,Hooks, G.M., Anchondo, Y., Chavez, M., Moser, R., Kemp, C.J., and Ashley, A.K. (2016b). ERBB3 Knockdown Promotes Apoptosis in Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells. UPN: Undergraduate Pipeline Network Summer Research Experience Poster Session, Albuquerque, NM.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  37. Tso, C.,Hooks, G.M., Anchondo, Y., Chavez, M., Moser, R., Kemp, C.J., and Ashley, A.K. (2016c). ERBB3 Knockdown Promotes Apoptosis in Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells. PACR Student Poster Presentation, Las Cruces, NM.– NMSU Chemistry and Biochemistry
  38. Joe, M.,Sharma, N., Nickoloff, J.A., and Ashley, A.K. (2015a). DNA ligase IV modulates the cellular response to DNA replication stress. SACNAS.
  39. Joe, M.,Sharma, N., Nickoloff, J.A., and Ashley, A.K. (2015b). DNA ligase IV modulates the cellular response to DNA replication stress. UNM Health Sciences Center Undergraduate Pipeline Network Summer Research Expeience Poster Session.
  40. Joe, M.,Sharma, N., Nickoloff, J.A., and Ashley, A.K. (2015c). DNA ligase IV modulates the cellular response to DNA replication stress. NM STEM Student Symposia.
  41. Lerma-Ortiz, A.,Salazar, M., Ashley, A.K., and Ashley, R.L. (2015). Progestin signaling in breast cell lines lacking nuclear progresterone receptor. URCAS, Las Cruces, NM.
  42. Oosthuysen, E.R.,Hubbert, M.E., Graves, J.R., Ashley, A.K., and Löest, C.A. (2015a). Health, performance and ovalbumin titer concentrations of feedlot receiving calves in response to an intranasal or subcutaneous vaccination program. Plains Nutrition Council, San Antonio, TX**Second place.
  43. Oosthuysen, E.R.,Hubbert, M.E., Graves, J.R., Ashley, A.K., and Löest, C.A. (2015b). Health, performance and ovalbumin titer concentrations of feedlot receiving calves in response to an intranasal or subcutaneous vaccination program. Proceedings, Western Section, American Society of Animal Science,Vol 66, 2015 Ruidoso, NM**Second place.
  44. Richards, H.,Nikolova, O., Gurley, K., Moser, R., Ashley, A., Grandori, C., Kemp, C.J., and Gadi, V.K. (2015). A functional kinome screen to identify pathways of anthracycline resistance in patient-derived breast cancer cells. CTD²: Cancer Target Discovery And Development Meeting, NCI/NIH.
  45. Salazar, M.,Ashley, A.K., Houston, J.P., and Ashley,
  46. L. (2015). Membrane Progesterone Receptor Alpha Signaling in Breast Cancer Cells. Society of Toxicology, San Diego, CA.
  47. Ashley, A.K.,Hooks, G.M., Anchondo, Y., and Kemp, C.J. (2014). Therapeutic targets for doxorubicin resistant breast cancer. University Research Council Fair.
  48. Clayshulte, A.M.,Kemp, C.J., Nickoloff, J., Ashley, R.L., and Ashley, A.K. (2014). Targeting multiple pathway elements: DNA-PKcs and PLK-1 synthetic lethality. Dynamica Expo 2014, El Paso, TX.
  49. Salazar, M.,Ashley, R.L., Houston, J.P., and Ashley, A.K. (2014). Membrane progesterone receptors in breast cancer. Dynamica Expo 2014, El Paso, TX.
  50. Samuelson, K.L.,Ikard, C., Alford, J.B., Castro, J.G.G., S. , Allataifeh, F.A., Slayton-Magitman, B.L., Burdick Sanchez, N.C., Carroll, J.A., Ashley, A.K., Scholljegerdes, E.J., et al. (2014). Capsaicin supplementation does not reduce lipopolysaccharide-induced inflammation in growing beef steers. Proceedings of the Western Section American Society of Animal Science 65.
  51. Sanchez, N.S.,Coleson, M.P.T., Ross, T.T., Quinn, K.E., Ashley, A., and Ashley, R.L. (2014). Expression of Membrane Progesterone Receptors and Select Angiogenic Factors, are Altered in Ewes Treated with hCG. Proceedings of the Western Section American Society of Animal Science.
  52. Ashley, A.K.,Shrivastav, M., and Nickoloff, J. (2013). Roles of DNA-PKcs in the cellular replication stress response. University Research Council Fair.
  53. Sanchez, N.S.,Coleson, M.P.T., Ross, T.T., Ashley, A.K., and Ashley, R.L. (2013). Administration of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin to Pregnant Ewes Alters Expression of Chemokine Receptor 4, Membrane Progesterone Receptors and Angiogenic Factors. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Symposium.
  54. Ashley, A.K.,Troksa, K., Amerin, C.L., Ashley, R.L., Le, P., Sisch, B., Clayshulte, A.M., Bailey, S.M., Shrivastav, M., and Nickoloff, J.A. (2012a). DNA-PKcs Modulates the Cellular Replication Stress Response. Mountain West Society of Toxicology Meeting.
  55. Ashley, R.L.,Quinn, K.E., and Ashley, A.K. (2012b). Membrane Progesterone Receptors (α, β, and γ) in early pregnancy. J Anim Sci 90, 471.
  56. Clayshulte, A.M.,Kemp, C.J., Nickoloff, J.A., Ashley, R.L., and Ashley, A.K. (2012a). Targeting multiple pathway elements: DNA-PKcs and PLK-1 synthetic lethality. In: Howard Hughes Medical Institute Symposium, Las Cruces, NM. Undergraduate Research and Creative Arts Symposium.
  57. Clayshulte, A.M.,Kemp, C.J., Nickoloff, J.A., Ashley, R.L., and Ashley, A.K. (2012b). Targeting multiple pathway elements: DNA-PKcs and PLK-1 synthetic lethality. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Symposium.
  58. Clayshulte, A.M.,Kemp, C.J., Nickoloff, J.A., Ashley, R.L., and Ashley, A.K. (2012c). Targeting Multiple Pathway Elements: DNA-PKcs and PLK-1 Synthetic Lethality. Undergraduate Research and Creative Arts Symposium.
  59. Quinn, K.E.,Lindsey, J.D., Stanbrough, S.M., Ashley, A.K., and Ashley, R.L. (2012). Fetal and Maternal Induction of Angiogenic Factors during Early Pregnancy. J Anim Sci 90, 151.
  60. Salazar, M.,Ashley, R.L., Houston, J.P., and Ashley, A.K. (2012). Membrane progesterone receptors in breast cancer. Undergraduate Research and Creative Arts Sympsium.
  61. Amerin, C.L., Ashley, A.K., Troska, K., LaBarbera, D.V., Hromas, R., and Nickoloff, J.A.(2011). Neoamphimidine, a novel topoisomerase II alpha inhibitor, blocks Metnase-potentiated DNA decatenation. Keystone Symposium on Genetic Instability.
  62. Ashley, A.K., Shrivastav, M., Allen, C., and Nickoloff, J.A.(2011). DNA-PKcs slows replication fork restart and may promote fork restart accuracy. Keystone Symposium on DNA Replication and Recombination.
  63. Sharma, N.,Allen, C., Ashley, A.K., and Nickoloff, J.A. (2011). Ligase IV deficiency confers a general replication defect and a a defect in replication restart. Keystone Symposium on DNA Replication and Recombination.
  64. Amerin, C.L., Ashley, A.K., Troksa, K., LaBarbera, D.V., and Nickoloff, J.A. (2010a). Neoamphimedine, a new Topoisomerase IIα inhibitor, in Metnase-mediated DNA decatenation. Celebrate Undergraduate Reseach and Creativity.
  65. Amerin, C.L.,Ashley, A.K., Troksa, K., LaBarbera, D.V., and Nickoloff, J.A. (2010b). Neoamphimedine, a new Topoisomerase IIα inhibitor, in Metnase-mediated DNA decatenation. CSU College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Research Day.
  66. Ashley, A.K.,Shrivastav, M., and Nickoloff, J.A. (2010a). Roles of DNA-PKcs in the Cellular Replication Stress Response. Maintenance of Genome Stability Conference.
  67. Shrivastav, M., Ashley, A.K., and Nickoloff, J.A.(2009). Roles for DNA-PKcs in cellular replication stress responses. FASEB Summer Research Conference, Genetic Recombination and Genome Rearrangements.
  68. Amerin, C.L.,Ashley, A.K., Katoh, T., Hanneman, W.H., and Legare, M.E. (2008). Distribution of DJ-1 in mouse tissues. Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity Showcase.
  69. Archambeau, B.,Ashley, A.K., Hanneman, W.H., and Legare, M.E. (2007). Mitochondrial dysfunction caused by DJ-1 mutation implicated in Parkinson’s disease. Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity Showcase.
  70. Ashley, A.K., Hanneman, W.H., Tjalkens, R.B., and Legare, M.E. (2006a). Preliminary characterization of the PARK7 knockout mouse: a new in vivo model for Parkinson’s disease. Society of Toxicology.
  71. Ashley, A.K.,Hanneman, W.H., Tjalkens, R.B., and Legare, M.E. (2006b). Preliminary characteriation of the PARK7 knockout mouse: a new in vivo model for Parkinson’s disease. Rocky Mountain Neuroscience Meeting.
  72. Grovenstein, T.R.,Ashley, A.K., Buffington, J.A., and Legare, M.E. (2006). Alterations in intracellular calcium and ATP are induced by models of neurodegenerative disorders. Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity Showcase.
  73. Ashley, A.K.,Lohitnavy, M., Lu, Y., Chubb, L., Gerjevic, L., Perrigo, E., Billings, R., Campain, J., and Yang, R.S.H. (2004). Isolation and enrichment of preneoplastic hepatocytes during malignant cell transformation. Society of Toxicology.
  74. Waterman, R.C.,and Ashley, A. (2000). Johne’s Disease: A silent threat to domesticated and non-domesticated ruminants. Arizona and New Mexico Dairy Newsletter.

Note: Dr. Ashley previously published as AK Clayshulte