1. 2015: The Year of DNA Repair.

    Molecular Cell 60(3):341 (2015) PMID 26545071

  2. Timeline: Sending Out an SOS

    Cell 162(6):1432 (2015) PMID 26359993

    “Walked out this morning, don't believe what I saw/Hundred billion bottles washed up on the shore”–Sting. When looking at the myriad changes in the transcriptome and proteome during the response to DNA damage, it seems like hundreds of billions of bottles might be washing across your c...
  3. Cellular Stress Responses: A Balancing Act

    Molecular Cell 40(2):175 (2010) PMID 20965413

  4. Base excision repair and nucleotide excision repair contribute to the removal of N-methylpurines from active genes.

    DNA Repair 1(8):683 (2002) PMID 12509290

    Many different cellular pathways have evolved to protect the genome from the deleterious effects of DNA damage that result from exposure to chemical and physical agents. Among these is a process called transcription-coupled repair (TCR) that catalyzes the removal of DNA lesions from the transcri...
  5. Base excision repair and nucleotide excision repair contribute to the removal ofN-methylpurines from active genes

    DNA Repair 1(8):683 (2002)

    Many different cellular pathways have evolved to protect the genome from the deleterious effects of DNA damage that result from exposure to chemical and physical agents. Among these is a process called transcription-coupled repair (TCR) that catalyzes the removal of DNA lesions from the tra...