Publications

Peer reviewed publications in print or other media

  1. Currall BB, Wong KE, Morton CC. The Significance of Balanced Chromosomal Rearrangements. Clinical Genetics. [In Preparation - Solicited Review].
  2. Ordulu Z, Wong KE, Currall BB, Ivanov RA, Pereira S, Gusella JF, Talkowski ME, Morton CC. Describing Sequencing Results of Structural Chromosome Rearrangements with a Suggested Next-Gen Cytogenetic Nomenclature. Am. J. Hum. Gen., 2014. PMID: 24746958
  3. Hallworth R, Stark K, Zholudeva L, Currall BB, Nichols MG. The Conserved Tetrameric Subunit Stoichiometry of Slc26 Proteins. Microsc Microanal, 2013. 19(4):799-807. PMID: 23642772
  4. Currall BB, Chiang C, Talkowski ME, Morton CC. Mechanisms for Structural Variation in the Human Genome. J. Current Genetic Medicine Reports, 2013. 1(1):1-10. PMID: 23730541
  5. Currall B, Rossino D, Jensen-Smith H, Hallworth R.  The Roles of Conserved and Nonconserved Cysteinyl Residues in the Oligomerization and Function of Mammalian Prestin. J Neurophysiol, 2011. 106(5):2358-67. PMID: 21813750
  6. Currall B, Jensen-Smith H, Hallworth R. Homo- and Hetero-Oligomerization in the SLC26A Protein Family. What Fire is in Mine Ears: Progress in Auditory Biomechanics: Proceedings of the 11th International Mechanics of Hearing Workshop. AIP Conference Proceedings, 2011. 1403: 154-159.
  7. Dempsey K, Currall B, Hallworth R, Ali H. A New Approach for Sequence Analysis: Illustrating an Expanded Bioinformatics View through Exploring Properties of the Prestin Protein. Handbook of Research on Computational and Systems Biology: Interdisciplinary Applications, 2011. 1: p. 202-23.
  8. Dempsey K, Currall B, Hallworth R, Ali H. An Intelligent Data-Centric Approach Toward Identification of Conserved Motifs in Protein Sequences. Association for Computer Machinery’s International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, 2010. 1: p. 398-401.
  9. Jensen-Smith H, Currall B, Rossino D, Tiede L, Nichols M, Hallworth R. Fluorescence Microscopy Methods in the Study of Protein Structure and Function. Methods Mol Biol, 2009. 493: p. 369-79. PMID: 18839359
  10. Wang X, Jia S, Currall B, Yang S, He DZ. Streptomycin and Gentamicin have no Immediate Effect on Outer Hair Cell Electromotility. Hear Res, 2007. 234(1-2): p. 52-8. PMID: 17964097
  11. Wu X, Currall B, Yamashita T, Parker LL, Hallworth R, Zuo J. Prestin-Prestin and Prestin-GLUT5 Interactions in HEK293T Cells. Dev Neurobiol, 2007. 67(4): p. 483-97. PMID: 17443803
  12. Hallworth R, Currall B, Nichols M, Wu X, Zuo J. Studying Inner Ear Protein-Protein Interactions using FRET and FLIM. Brain Res, 2006. 1091(1): p. 122-31. PMID: 16626648

 

Abstracts, Poster Presentations and Exhibits Presented at Professional Meetings

  1. Currall BB, Pillalamarri V, Wong KE, Kammin T, Pereira S, Talkowski M, Morton CC. Advanced Next-Generation Sequencing of Chromosomal Rearrangements Reveals Hearing Loss Genes. Association of Research in Otolaryngology Annual MidWinter Meeting, 2015. [Poster]
  2. Currall BB, Wong KE, Robertson NG, Hoyos T, Hickox AE, Yin Y, Quade BJ, Liberman MC, Liao EC, Morton CC.  A Balanced Chromosome Translocation Reveals Involvement of a Predicted Lipase in Weight Gain, Hearing Loss and Tumorogenesis. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, 2014. [Poster]
  3. Wong KE, Blumenthal I, Brand H, Currall BB, Hanscom C, Hoyos T, Kammin T, Lucente D, Ordulu Z, Stone MR, Pereira S, Pillalamarri V, Yuan LP, Gusella JF, Harris DJ, Liao EC, Maas RL, Quade BJ, Talkowski ME, Morton CC. The Developmental Genome Anatomy Project (DGAP): Annotating the Human Genome from Balanced Chromosomal Rearrangements. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, 2013. [Oral presentation]
  4. Giersch AB, Resendes BL, Currall BB, Shen J, Robertson NG, Morton CC. Tuning in to the Genetics of Hearing Loss. Harvard Health, Science and Technology Retreat, 2014. [Poster]
  5. Currall BB, Ivanov A, Wong, KE, Quade, BJ, Banks AS, Morton C.C.  Convergent Methods to Impute Function in Poorly Annotated Genes. Annual Broad Retreat, 2013 [Poster].
  6. Currall BB, Wong KE, LeClair KB, Banks AS, Morton CC.  Disruption of Poorly Annotated Gene, C2orf43, Leads to Increased Weight Accumulation in Female Mice. Brigham and Women’s Hospital Obesity and Sex Differences Workshop, 2013. Winner of Research Poster Award for Excellence in Women’s Health & Gender Biology. [Poster]
  7. Currall BB, Wong KE, Robertson NG, Quade BJ, Morton CC. C2orf43 – an Unannotated Gene’s Involvement in Prostate Cancer. Harvard Inter-Hospital Pathology Research Celebration, 2013. [Poster]
  8. Currall BB, Robertson NG, Hoyos T, Hickox AE, Wong KE, Liberman MC, Liao EC, Morton CC. A Balanced Chromosomal Translocation Reveals Involvement of a Predicted Lipase in Sensorineural Hearing Loss. 9th Molecular Biology of Hearing & Deafness Conference, 2013. [Poster]
  9. Hallworth R, Stark K, Zholudeva L, Currall BB, Nichols M. The Slc26 Family Proteins in Membranes Are All Tetramers. Association of Research in Otolaryngology Annual MidWinter Meeting, 2013. [Poster]
  10. Currall BB, Robertson NG, Lindgren AM, Talkowski ME, Morton CC. Identifying Genes Associated with Hearing Loss through Chromosomal Translocations. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, 2012. [Poster]
  11. Currall BB, Robertson NG, Lindgren AM, Talkowski ME, Morton CC. Identifying Genes Associated with Hearing Loss through Chromosomal Translocations. Harvard Inter-Hospital Pathology Research Celebration, 2012. [Poster]
  12. Currall BB, Robertson NG, Lindgren AM, Talkowski ME, Morton CC. Identifying Genes Associated with Hearing Loss through Chromosomal Translocations. Brigham and Women’s Pathology Research Day Celebration, 2012. Winner of Poster of Distinction Award. [Poster]
  13. Currall B, Robertson N, Brown K, William R, Morton C. A Balanced Chromosomal Translocation Reveals a Predicted Lipase involved in Sensorineural Hearing Loss. Molecular Biology of Hearing and Deafness Conference, 2011. Winner of Travel Award. [Poster]
  14. Currall B, Dempsey K, Ali H, Hallworth R. Homology Modeling of Prestin 1: The SulP Domain. Association for the Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting, 2011. [Poster]
  15. Currall B, Dempsey K, Ali H, Hallworth R. Homology Modeling of Prestin 2: The STAS Domain. Association for the Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting, 2011. [Poster]
  16. Currall B and Hallworth R. Oligomerization in the Slc26 family. Association for the Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting, 2010. [Poster]
  17. Dempsey K, Currall B, Hallworth R, Bastola D, Ali H. Motif Identification in the Motor Protein Prestin. 8th Annual Conference on Computational Systems Bioinformatics, 2009. [Poster]
  18. Dempsey K, Currall B, Bastola D,  Hallworth R, Ali H. Pattern Detection in the Motor Protein Prestin: A Collaborative Approach. 6th Annual Biotechnology and Bioinformatics Symposium (BIOT 2009), 2009. Winner of Student Travel scholarship and Best Poster Award. [Poster]
  19. Dempsey K, Currall B,  Bastola D,  Hallworth R, Ali H. Motif Identification in the Motor Protein Prestin. 7th Annual Nebraska Idea Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) Meeting, 2009. [Poster]
  20. Currall B, Woods J, Hallworth R, Mutation of Conserved Cysteines in Mammalian Prestin. Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting, 2009. [Poster]
  21. Currall B, Tiede L, Nichols M, Hallworth R. Interactions of Inner Ear Proteins Prestin and GLUT5 Studied with a Novel Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Method (apFLIM). Nebraska Innovation and Research Conference, 2007.  Winner of Student Poster Competition. [Poster]
  22. Gunawan S, Currall B, Scarsella AJ.  et al. Monitoring of Total and Free (Unbound) Amprenavir Plasma Levels in HIV-1 Infected Patients. 54th American Association for Clinical Chemistry Annual Meeting, 2003. [Poster]
  23. Gunawan S, Currall B, Urmanita T, Scarsella AJ. Treatment Drug Level Monitoring of Antiretroviral Agents in Patients with AIDS. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Conference, 2002. [Poster]