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Citation: J. C. Lindow, F. Poly, D. R. Tribble, P. Guerry, M. P. Carmolli, S. Baqar, C. K. Porter, K. K. Pierce, M. J. Darsley, K. S. Sadigh, E. A. Dill, the Campylobacter Study Team, and B. D. Kirkpatrick. 2010. Caught in the Act: In Vivo Development of Macrolide Resistance to Campylobacter jejuni Infection. J [...]
Citation: Aller P, Ye Y, Wallace SS, Burrows CJ, Doublié S. 2010. Crystal structure of a replicative DNA polymerase bound to the oxidized guanine lesion guanidinohydantoin. Biochemistry 49, 2502-2509. Direct link to the publication at the Biochemistry website Authors’ Association with MMG: Pierre Aller – is a postdoctoral associate in the MMG Department Sylvie Doublié [...]
The MMG Department said goodbye to the undergraduate Class of 2010 on Sunday May 23rd. This year we graduated 4 double majors (MICRO & MGEN), 7 MGEN and 2 MICRO majors. Seven of our graduates also had minors in microbiology, molecular genetics, business administration, statistics or art history. Congratulations on a job well done and [...]
Citation: Tang, G. and Mintz, K.P. 2010. Glycosylation of the collagen adhesin EmaA of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans is dependent upon the lipopolysaccharide biosynthetic pathway. Journal of Bacteriology 192(5):1395-1405. Direct link to the article Authors’ Association with MMG: Gaoyan Tang – is a postdoctoral associate in the MMG Department Keith P. Mintz – is an Associate Professor [...]
Citation: Odell ID, Newick K, Heintz NH, Wallace SS, Pederson DS. 2010. Non-specific DNA binding interferes with the efficient excision of oxidative lesions from chromatin by the human DNA glycosylase, NEIL1. DNA Repair (Amst) 9(2):134-43. Authors’ Association with MMG: Ian D. Odell – 5th year MD-PhD student in MMG Kheng Newick – 2nd year PhD [...]
This year’s MMG graduate recruitment season is over, at least the part with coordinated interview weekends. The MMG Graduate Admissions Committee would like to thank everyone who was involved in planning and volunteering for activities during the two recruitment weekends. Between the two we interviewed 13 MMG candidates, and look forward to hearing from those [...]