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Lorraine S. Symington

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Columbia University, New York, NY 
Area:
Genetics and biochemistry of DNA recombination and repair in yeast
Website:
http://www.microbiology.columbia.edu/faculty/symington.html
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Thomas D. Petes post-doc 1988 Chicago (Cell Biology Tree)

Children

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Robert A. DeSimone research assistant 2006-2007 Cornell
Gary S. Fortin grad student 2004 Columbia
Allison P. Wheeler grad student 2004 Columbia
Lance D. Langston grad student 2005 Columbia
Cindy Fung grad student 2008 Columbia
Vanessa Marrero grad student 2010 Columbia
Christina Mott grad student 2010 Columbia
Eleni P. Mimitou grad student 2011 Columbia
Huan Chen grad student 2014 Columbia (Cell Biology Tree)
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Roy U, Kwon Y, Marie L, et al. (2021) The Rad51 paralog complex Rad55-Rad57 acts as a molecular chaperone during homologous recombination. Molecular Cell
Epshtein A, Symington LS, Klein HL. (2021) Intrachromosomal Recombination in Yeast. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2153: 193-200
Donnianni RA, Zhou ZX, Lujan SA, et al. (2019) DNA Polymerase Delta Synthesizes Both Strands during Break-Induced Replication. Molecular Cell
Klein HL, Symington LS. (2019) Recognition for Discoveries in DNA Repair. The New England Journal of Medicine. 381: 677-679
Steinfeld JB, Beláň O, Kwon Y, et al. (2019) Defining the influence of Rad51 and Dmc1 lineage-specific amino acids on genetic recombination. Genes & Development
Klein HL, Bačinskaja G, Che J, et al. (2019) Guidelines for DNA recombination and repair studies: Cellular assays of DNA repair pathways. Microbial Cell (Graz, Austria). 6: 1-64
Oh J, Symington LS. (2018) Role of the Mre11 Complex in Preserving Genome Integrity. Genes. 9
Oh J, Lee SJ, Rothstein R, et al. (2018) Xrs2 and Tel1 Independently Contribute to MR-Mediated DNA Tethering and Replisome Stability. Cell Reports. 25: 1681-1692.e4
Gnügge R, Oh J, Symington LS. (2018) Processing of DNA Double-Strand Breaks in Yeast. Methods in Enzymology. 600: 1-24
Ruff P, Donnianni RA, Glancy E, et al. (2016) RPA Stabilization of Single-Stranded DNA Is Critical for Break-Induced Replication. Cell Reports. 17: 3359-3368
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