Kyle MacLea

Assistant Professor of Biology

University of New Hampshire at Manchester

Location
Manchester, New Hampshire, United States
Discipline
Biological Sciences
Interests
yeast prions, crustacean physiology, microbiology, virology, proteomics, genomics
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Publications

  • Distinct Amino Acid Compositional Requirements for Formation and Maintenance of the [PSI+] Prion in Yeast.

    MacLea K, Paul K, Ben-Musa Z, Waechter A, Shattuck J, Gruca M et al.

    Molecular and cellular biology (2014)

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  • Mutations in prion-like domains in hnRNPA2B1 and hnRNPA1 cause multisystem proteinopathy and ALS

    Kim H, Kim N, Wang Y, Scarborough E, Moore J, Diaz Z et al.

    Nature (2013)

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  • Book Review

    MacLea K

    Journal of the History of Biology (2012)

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  • Rheb, an activator of target of rapamycin, in the blackback land crab, Gecarcinus lateralis: cloning and effects of molting and unweighting on expression in skeletal muscle

    MacLea K, Abuhagr A, Pitts N, Covi J, Bader B, Chang E et al.

    Journal of Experimental Biology (2012)

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  • Strategies for identifying new prions in yeast

    MacLea K, Ross E

    Prion (2011)

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  • The cloning, genomic structure, localization, and expression of human deoxyribonuclease IIbeta.

    Krieser R, MacLea K, Park J, Eastman A

    Gene (2001)

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  • Revised structure of the active form of human deoxyribonuclease IIalpha.

    MacLea K, Krieser R, Eastman A

    Biochemical and biophysical research communications (2002)

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  • Deoxyribonuclease IIalpha is required during the phagocytic phase of apoptosis and its loss causes perinatal lethality.

    Krieser R, MacLea K, Longnecker D, Fields J, Fiering S, Eastman A

    Cell Death and Differentiation (2002)

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  • A family history of deoxyribonuclease II: surprises from Trichinella spiralis and Burkholderia pseudomallei.

    MacLea K, Krieser R, Eastman A

    Gene (2003)

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  • Cloning and expression of deoxyribonuclease II from chicken.

    MacLea K, Cheng H

    Gene (2006)

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  • The Threat of Marek‚Äôs Disease Virus Is Expanding

    MacLea K, Cheng H

    Microbe (2007)

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  • Myostatin from the American lobster, Homarus americanus: Cloning and effects of molting on expression in skeletal muscles.

    MacLea K, Covi J, Kim H, Chao E, Medler S, Chang E et al.

    Comparative biochemistry and physiology Part A Molecular integrative physiology (2010)

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  • Using integrative genomics to elucidate genetic resistance to Marek's disease in chickens.

    Cheng H, Niikura M, Kim T, Mao W, MacLea K, Hunt H et al.

    Developments in Biologicals (2008)

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  • Structural requirements of human DNase II alpha for formation of the active enzyme: the role of the signal peptide, N-glycosylation, and disulphide bridging.

    MacLea K, Krieser R, Eastman A

    The Biochemical journal (2003)

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Professional experience

Assistant Professor of Biology

University of New Hampshire at Manchester

May 2014 - Present

Visiting Assistant Professor

Linfield College

July 2012 - July 2014 (2 years)

Instructor and Postdoctoral Fellow

Colorado State University

July 2009 - July 2012 (3 years)

Assistant Professor of Biology

Franklin College

August 2008 - May 2009 (9 months)

Postdoctoral Fellow of Biological Sciences

University of Delaware

October 2007 - June 2008 (8 months)

Adjunct Professor

Wilmington University

August 2007 - December 2007 (4 months)

Postdoctoral Fellow in Microbiology & Molecular Genetics

Michigan State University

February 2007 - June 2007 (4 months)

Adjunct Professor

Lansing Community College

January 2007 - May 2007 (4 months)

Research Associate (Geneticist)

United States Department of Agriculture

February 2004 - February 2007 (3 years)

Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Experimental Therapeutics

University of Pennsylvania

January 2003 - December 2003 (11 months)

Education history

Dartmouth College

Ph.D., Pharmacology & Toxicology

August 1997 - June 2003 (5 years 10 months)

Cornell University

A.B., Biology (General)

August 1993 - May 1997 (3 years 9 months)