Debamita Paul, Ph.D.

2010 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
structure and function of proteins using X-ray crystallography
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Steven E. Ealick grad student 2010 Cornell
 (Structural characterization of enzymes involved in biosynthesis of thiamin and salvage of uridine.)
Jung-Hyun Min post-doc Baylor University
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Paul D, Mu H, Tavakoli A, et al. (2021) Impact of DNA sequences on DNA 'opening' by the Rad4/XPC nucleotide excision repair complex. Dna Repair. 107: 103194
Tavakoli A, Paul D, Mu H, et al. (2021) Light-induced modulation of DNA recognition by the Rad4/XPC damage sensor protein. Rsc Chemical Biology. 2: 523-536
Paul D, Mu H, Tavakoli A, et al. (2020) Tethering-facilitated DNA 'opening' and complementary roles of β-hairpin motifs in the Rad4/XPC DNA damage sensor protein. Nucleic Acids Research
Paul D, Mu H, Zhao H, et al. (2019) Structure and mechanism of pyrimidine-pyrimidone (6-4) photoproduct recognition by the Rad4/XPC nucleotide excision repair complex. Nucleic Acids Research
Chakraborty S, Steinbach PJ, Paul D, et al. (2017) Enhanced spontaneous DNA twisting/bending fluctuations unveiled by fluorescence lifetime distributions promote mismatch recognition by the Rad4 nucleotide excision repair complex. Nucleic Acids Research
Ye W, Paul D, Gao L, et al. (2014) Ethenoguanines undergo glycosylation by nucleoside 2'-deoxyribosyltransferases at non-natural sites. Plos One. 9: e115082
Woodward JB, Abeydeera ND, Paul D, et al. (2010) A maize thiamine auxotroph is defective in shoot meristem maintenance. The Plant Cell. 22: 3305-17
Paul D, Chatterjee A, Begley TP, et al. (2010) Domain organization in Candida glabrata THI6, a bifunctional enzyme required for thiamin biosynthesis in eukaryotes. Biochemistry. 49: 9922-34
Paul D, O'Leary SE, Rajashankar K, et al. (2010) Glycal formation in crystals of uridine phosphorylase. Biochemistry. 49: 3499-509
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