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Department of Biochemistry

 
Atomic model of the replicative human CMG DNA helicase as it unwinds parental DNA during DNA synthesis.
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Kevin Brindle

Molecular imaging of cancer.

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Andrew Grace

Andrew Grace

Cellular genetics of cardiac excitability.

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Brian Hendrich

Brian Hendrich

Transcriptional control of stem cell fate.

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Steve Jackson

Steve Jackson

Maintenance of genome stability.

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Austin Smith

Austin Smith

Embryo stem cell biology.

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Philip Zegerman

Philip Zegerman

Regulation of DNA replication initiation in eukaryotes.

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Atomic model of the replicative human CMG DNA helicase as it unwinds parental DNA during DNA synthesis.

Credit: Luca Pellegrini and Neil Rzechorzek, Pellegrini Group.

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