Douglas K. Bishop

1992 Biochemistry Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Richard D. Kolodner grad student (Chemistry Tree)
Nancy E. Kleckner post-doc 1992 Harvard
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Reitz D, Chan YL, Bishop DK. (2021) How strand exchange protein function benefits from ATP hydrolysis. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development. 71: 120-128
Reitz D, Grubb J, Bishop DK. (2019) A mutant form of Dmc1 that bypasses the requirement for accessory protein Mei5-Sae3 reveals independent activities of Mei5-Sae3 and Rad51 in Dmc1 filament stability. Plos Genetics. 15: e1008217
Shinohara M, Bishop DK, Shinohara A. (2019) Distinct Functions in Regulation of Meiotic Crossovers for DNA Damage Response Clamp Loader Rad24(Rad17) and Mec1(ATR) Kinase. Genetics
Mason JM, Chan YL, Weichselbaum RW, et al. (2019) Non-enzymatic roles of human RAD51 at stalled replication forks. Nature Communications. 10: 4410
Chan YL, Zhang A, Weissman BP, et al. (2018) RPA resolves conflicting activities of accessory proteins during reconstitution of Dmc1-mediated meiotic recombination. Nucleic Acids Research
Gataulin DV, Carey JN, Li J, et al. (2018) The ATPase activity of E. coli RecA prevents accumulation of toxic complexes formed by erroneous binding to undamaged double stranded DNA. Nucleic Acids Research
Chan YL, Bishop DK. (2018) Purification of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Homologous Recombination Proteins Dmc1 and Rdh54/Tid1 and a Fluorescent D-Loop Assay. Methods in Enzymology. 600: 307-320
Brown MS, Grubb J, Zhang A, et al. (2015) Small Rad51 and Dmc1 Complexes Often Co-occupy Both Ends of a Meiotic DNA Double Strand Break. Plos Genetics. 11: e1005653
Grubb J, Brown MS, Bishop DK. (2015) Surface Spreading and Immunostaining of Yeast Chromosomes. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove. e53081
Tsabar M, Eapen VV, Mason JM, et al. (2015) Caffeine impairs resection during DNA break repair by reducing the levels of nucleases Sae2 and Dna2. Nucleic Acids Research
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