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    • Winarski, Katie Lynn (2016-07-29)
      Department: Microbiology and Immunology
      Seasonal influenza remains a worldwide health concern and recently, the novel avian influenza virus, H5N1, has infected and caused disease in humans, though the virus is not currently capable of human-to-human transmission. ...
    • Holt, Marilyn Elaine (2019-02-12)
      Department: Chemical and Physical Biology
      Replication of our genes requires unwinding of DNA and generating the new complementary strands for both leading and lagging parental strands. The DNA polymerases that generate the complementary strands require a short ...
    • Chavez, Diana Andrea (2018-06-26)
      Department: Biological Sciences
      During DNA replication, a moving replication fork can encounter various sources of replication stress that can lead the moving fork to stall. Organisms have developed various DNA damage response pathways that recruit and ...
    • Rubinson, Emily Holtzman (2011-02-17)
      Department: Chemical and Physical Biology
      Alkylating agents covalently modify DNA bases to generate a chemically diverse set of lesions including cytotoxic N3-methyladenine (3mA) bases and mutagenic 1,N6-ethenoadenine (εA) and N7-methylguanine (7mG). To maintain ...