Patrick A. Pribil, Ph.D.

2003 The University of Western Ontario (Canada) 
Molecular Biology
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David B. Haniford grad student 2003 The University of Western Ontario (Canada)
 (Determinants for target site selection in Tn10 transposition.)
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Humayun S, Wardle SJ, Shilton BH, et al. (2005) Tn10 transposase mutants with altered transpososome unfolding properties are defective in hairpin formation. Journal of Molecular Biology. 346: 703-16
Pribil PA, Wardle SJ, Haniford DB. (2004) Enhancement and rescue of target capture in Tn10 transposition by site-specific modifications in target DNA. Molecular Microbiology. 52: 1173-86
Pribil PA, Haniford DB. (2003) Target DNA bending is an important specificity determinant in target site selection in Tn10 transposition. Journal of Molecular Biology. 330: 247-59
Pribil PA, Haniford DB. (2000) Substrate recognition and induced DNA deformation by transposase at the target-capture stage of Tn10 transposition. Journal of Molecular Biology. 303: 145-59
Allingham JS, Pribil PA, Haniford DB. (1999) All three residues of the Tn 10 transposase DDE catalytic triad function in divalent metal ion binding. Journal of Molecular Biology. 289: 1195-206
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