Tag - DNA replication

VACANCY: Research associate in biochemistry (MED01085)

Reference: MED01085
Date posted: 19 February 2019
Closing date: 25 March 2019

This is an ideal opportunity for an enthusiastic and creative scientist to join a dynamic research team with excellent collaborators and facilities. The successful applicant will use cutting-edge biochemical approaches to work on a high profile project investigating novel mechanisms in eukaryotic DNA replication with therapeutic potential.

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New paper proposes lagging-strand DNA extrusion mechanism

Noguchi, Y., Yuan, Z., Bai, L., Schneider, S., Zhao, G., Stillman, B., Speck, C., Li, H. (2017). Cryo-EM structure of Mcm2-7 double hexamer on DNA suggests a lagging-strand DNA extrusion model. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114, E9529-E9538.
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New paper shows Cdc6 ATPase activity promotes DNA replication

Chang, F., Riera, A., Evrin, C., Sun, J., Li, H., Speck, C., Weinreich, M. (2015). Cdc6 ATPase activity disengages Cdc6 from the pre-replicative complex to promote DNA replication. eLife 4, e05759.
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New paper on regulation of loading of MCM2-7 onto DNA

Samel, S. A., Fernández-Cid, A., Sun, J., Riera, A., Tognetti, S., Herrera, C., Li, H., Speck, C. (2014). A unique DNA entry gate serves for regulated loading of the eukaryotic replicative helicase MCM2–7 onto DNA. Genes & Development 28, 1653-1666.
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Report on Keystone Symposium on ‘DNA Replication and Recombination’

A report of the Keystone Symposium ‘DNA Replication and Recombination’ held in Keystone, USA, 27 February to 4 March 2011.

Johansson, E., Speck, C. and Chabes, A. (2011). A top-down view on DNA replication and recombination from 9,000 feet above sea level. Genome Biology 12, 304.
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