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King, R.S., Maiden, S.L., Hawkins, N.C., Kidd III, A.R., Kimble, J., Hardin, J.D., and Walston, (2009). T.D. POP-1 asymmetry and morphogenesis defects in dsh-2 mutant embryos can be rescued by either the DIX or DEP domain of DSH-2. Dev. Bio. 328:234-244.

Hingwing, K., Lee, S., Nykilchuk, N., Walston, T., Hardin, J.D., and Hawkins, N.C. (2009).  CWN-1 functions with DSH-2 to regulate C. elegans asymmetric neuroblast division in a beta-catenin independent Wnt pathway. Dev. Biol. 328:245-256.

Hawkins, N., and Ronchi, E. (2008). Seeking a seat at the policy table: Engaging women in biotechnology research and in decision making. In F. Molfino and F. Zucco (eds.) Women in Biotechnology - Building Interfaces. Springer.

Hawkins, NC., Ellis, G., Bowerman, B and Garriga, G. MOM-5/FRIZZLED regulates the distribution of DSH-2 to control asymmetric neuroblast division in C. elegans. Dev. Biol. 284:246-259.

Frank, C.W., Hawkins, N.C., Guenther,C. Horvitz, H.R. and Garriga, G. C. elegans HAM-1 positions the cleavage plane and regulates apoptosis in asymmetric neuroblast divisions. Dev. Biol. 284:301-310.

Withee, J., Galligan, B., Hawkins, N., and Garriga, G. (2004). C. elegans WASP and Ena/VASP proteins play compensatory roles in morphogenesis and neuronal cell migration. Genetics 167:1165-1176.

Walston, T., Tuskey, C., Edgar, L.,  Hawkins, N., Ellis, G., Bowerman, B., and Hardin, J. (2004) Multiple Wnt signaling pathways converge to orient the mitotic spindle in early C. elegans embryos. Dev. Cell 7:831-841.

Hawkins, N.C., Garriga, G., and Beh C.T. (2003).  Creating precise GFP fusions in plasmids using yeast homologous recombination.  Biotechniques 34, 74-80.