About the Project
Research in our lab is focused on understanding the effects of DNA damage on transcription, and of the molecular mechanisms of TCR. We work primarily with a bacterial model system, and use a combination of in vivo and in vitro assays to investigate the mechanisms by which RNA polymerases are removed from the site of damage, and the DNA repair process is accelerated. We also have interests in various other aspects of transcriptional control and DNA repair, and prospective students should contact us for further details of possible graduate student projects to be offered in the forthcoming year.
Haines, NM, Kim, Y-I, Smith, AJ & Savery, NJ 2014, ‘Stalled transcription complexes promote DNA repair at a distance’. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol 111., pp. 4037-42
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