DNA Repair and Mutagenic Mechanisms SIG Agenda for Annual Meeting in Orlando

EMGS 45th Annual Meeting

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September 15 at 7:00am. I look forward to seeing you there! 
 

DNA Repair and Mutagenic Mechanisms Special Interest Group
Leaders: Andrew B. Buermeyer, Oregon State University; Diane C. Cabelof, Wayne State University; and Robert W. Sobol Jr., University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute

7:00 AM              

Welcome

7:15 AM              

Overview of DNA Repair Related Grant Opportunities

7:30 AM              

DNA Repair SIG Lightning Round

Short Presentations from Selected Poster Presenters

DNA Polymerase β Plays a Predominant Role in Bypassing a 5’, 8-deoxypurine Lesion during DNA Replication and Base Excision Repair
Zhongliang Jiang, Florida International University

Molecular Signature and DNA Damage Pathways Altered in Male Largemouth Bass (Micropterus salmoides) By a Single Dose of Benzene and Trichloroethylene
Reyna Cristina Colli-Dula, University of Florida

Human MutS Homologue hMSH5 Promotes Homologous Recombination-Mediated Repair of Camptothecin-Induced DNA Double-Strand Breaks
Yang Xu, Washington State University

AP Endonuclease 1 Cooperates with Flap Endonuclease 1 to Remove a Trinucleotide Repeat Hairpin
Jill M. Beaver, Florida International University

Low-Dose H2O2 Induced Clustered DNA Lesions and Mutagenesis: Contribution of Error-Prone NHEJ Repair Pathway
Vyom Sharma, University of North Carolina

DNA Repair Defects and Centrosomal Deregulation Associated with Seckel Syndrome Microcephaly
David K. Manchester, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine

BPA Modulates Repair of Oxidative DNA Damage by Base Excision Repair Pathway
Natalie R Gassman, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

Exploring the Mechanism of SN1 Methylating Agent Protection by ALKBH2
Joshua P. Lilly, University of California, Santa Cruz

(preregistration required for SIG meetings) Please contact Rachel at emgshq@emgs-us.org if you have not yet registered to attend.

 

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