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16. Boareto M, Jolly MK, Goldman A, Pietila M, Mani SA, Sengupta S, Ben-Jacob E, Levine H, Onuchic JN (2016). Notch-Jagged signaling can give rise to cluters exhibiting a hybrid epithelial/mesenchymal phenotype. J R Soc Interface, 13 (118): 20151106 [abstract] [pdf]

15. Grigore AD#, Jolly MK#, Jia D, Farach-Carson MC, Levine H (2016). Tumor budding: The name is EMT. Partial EMT. J Clin Med, 5 (5): E51 [abstract] [pdf] (#= Equal contribution)

14. Jolly MK, Tripathi SC, Jia D, Mooney SM, Celiktas M, Hanash SM, Mani SA, Pienta KJ, Ben-Jacob E, Levine H (2016). Stability of the hybrid epithelial/mesenchymal phenotype, Oncotarget [abstract] [pdf

13. Tripathi SC, Peters HL, Taguchi A, Katayama H, Wang H, Momin A, Jolly MK, Celiktas M, Rodriguez-Canales J, Liu H, Behrens C, Wistuba II, Ben-Jacob E, Levine H, Molldrem JJ, Hanash SM, Ostrin EJ (2016). Immunoproteasome deficiency is a feature of non-small cell lung cancer with a mesenchymal phenotype and is associated with a poor survival, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 113 (11): E1555-64. [abstract] [pdf]

12. Jolly MK, Boareto M, Huang B, Jia D, Lu M, Ben-Jacob E, Onuchic JN, Levine H (2015). Implications of the hybrid epithelial/mesenchymal phenotype in stemness. Front Oncol, 5:155 [abstract] [pdf]

11Jolly MK#, Jia D#, Boareto M, Mani SA, Pienta KJ, Ben-Jacob E, Levine H (2015). Coupling the modules of EMT and stemness: A tunable ‘stemness window’ model. Oncotarget, [abstract] [pdf] (#= Equal contribution)

10. Boareto M, Jolly MK, Ben-Jacob E, Onuchic JN (2015). Jagged mediates differences in normal and tumor angiogenesis by mediating tip-stalk fate decision. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 112 (29): E3836-44 [abstract] [pdf] [Rice University News]

9. Jolly MK#, Boareto M#, Lu M, Onuchic JN, Clementi C, Ben-Jacob E (2015). Operating principles of Notch-Delta-Jagged module of cell-cell communication. New J Phys, 17: 055021 [abstract] [pdf] (#= Equal contribution)

8. Jia D#, Jolly MK#, Boareto M, Parsana P, Mooney SM, Pienta KJ, Levine H, Ben-Jacob E (2015). OVOL guides the epithelial-hybrid-mesenchymal transition. Oncotarget, 6 (17): 15436-48 [abstract] [pdf]

7. Boareto M, Jolly MK, Lu M, Onuchic JN, Clementi C, Ben-Jacob E (2015). Jagged-Delta asymmetry in Notch signaling can give rise to a Sender/Receiver hybrid phenotype. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 112 (5): E402-E409 [abstract] [pdf] [Rice University News]

6. Jolly MK, Huang B, Lu M, Mani SA, Levine H, Ben-Jacob E (2014). Towards elucidating the connection between epithelial-mesenchymal transitions and stemness. J R Soc Interface, 11 (101) : 20140962 [abstract] [pdf] [Rice University News] [NSF news]

5. Huang B, Lu M, Jolly MK, Tsarfaty I, Onuchic JN, Ben-Jacob E (2014). The three-way switch operation of Rac1/RhoA GTPase-based circuit controlling amoeboid-hybrid-mesenchymal transition. Sci Rep 4, 6449 [abstract] [pdf]

4. Jolly MK#, Rizvi MS#, Kumar A, Sinha P (2014). Mathematical modeling of sub-cellular asymmetry of Fat-Dachsous Heterodimer for generation of Planar Cell Polarity. PLoS ONE 9(5): e97641 [abstract] [pdf]  (#= Equal contribution)

3. Lu M#, Jolly MK#, Onuchic JN, Ben-Jacob E (2014). Toward Decoding the Principles of Cancer Metastasis Circuits. Cancer Res, 74 (17): 4574-4587 [abstract] [pdf] (#= Equal contribution)

2. Lu M#, Jolly MK#, Levine H, Onuchic JN, Ben-Jacob E (2013). MicroRNA-based regulation of epithelial-hybrid-mesenchymal cell fate determination. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 110 (45): 18144-18149 [abstract] [pdf] [Rice University News] (#= Equal contribution)

1. Lu M, Jolly MK, Gomoto R, Huang B, Onuchic JN, Ben-Jacob E (2013). Tristability in Cancer Associated miRNA-TF Chimera Toggle Switch. J Phys Chem B, 117 (42): 13164-13174 [abstract] [pdf]