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David R. Liu

Affiliations: 
Chemistry and Chemical Biology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
The Chemistry of Molecular Evolution
Website:
http://evolve.harvard.edu/drlcv.htm
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http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~biophys/David_R_Liu.htm

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Parents

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Elias James Corey research assistant 1994 Harvard
Peter G. Schultz grad student 1999 UC Berkeley
 (Expanding the scope of protein mutagenesis)

Children

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Joshua A. Bittker grad student 2004 Harvard
Allen R. Buskirk grad student 2004 Harvard
Zev J. Gartner grad student 2004 Harvard
Christopher T. Calderone grad student 2005 Harvard
Daniel M. Rosenbaum grad student 2005 Harvard
Matthew W. Kanan grad student 2000-2005 Harvard
Jeffrey B. Doyon grad student 2006 Harvard
Jane M. Liu grad student 2006 Harvard
Polina D. Kehayova grad student 2007 Harvard
Kevin J. Phillips grad student 2007 Harvard
Thomas M. Snyder grad student 2007 Harvard
Mary M. Rozenman grad student 2008 Harvard
Brian N. Tse grad student 2008 Harvard
Courtney M. Yuen grad student 2009 Harvard
Kevin M. Esvelt grad student 2010 Harvard
Walter E. Kowtoniuk grad student 2010 Harvard
Karen M. Ruff grad student 2010 Harvard
Yevgeny Brudno grad student 2004-2010 Harvard
Ralph E. Kleiner grad student 2011 Harvard
Vikram Pattanayak grad student 2011 Harvard
Sun H. Peck grad student 2011 Harvard
Ye G. Chen grad student 2012 Harvard
James J. Cronican grad student 2012 Harvard
Adam S. Kamlet grad student 2012 Harvard
Andrew James Mitchell grad student 2012 Harvard
Jacob C. Carlson grad student 2013 Harvard
John P. Guilinger grad student 2014 Harvard
Amanda K. McFedries grad student 2014 Harvard
Jia Niu grad student 2014 Harvard
Dmitry L. Usanov post-doc 2012- Harvard
Tina Wang post-doc 2015- Harvard
Brian  R. McNaughton post-doc 2007-2009 Harvard
David J. Gorin post-doc 2008-2011 Harvard
Aaron M. Leconte post-doc 2009-2012 Harvard
Bryan C. Dickinson post-doc 2011-2014 Harvard
Xue Sherry Gao post-doc 2013-2017 Harvard (E-Tree)
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Huang TP, Newby GA, Liu DR. (2021) Precision genome editing using cytosine and adenine base editors in mammalian cells. Nature Protocols
Miller SM, Wang T, Liu DR. (2020) Phage-assisted continuous and non-continuous evolution. Nature Protocols. 15: 4101-4127
Reidenbach AG, Mesleh MF, Casalena D, et al. (2020) Multimodal small-molecule screening for human prion protein binders. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Jiang T, Henderson JM, Coote K, et al. (2020) Chemical modifications of adenine base editor mRNA and guide RNA expand its application scope. Nature Communications. 11: 1979
Cortés Llorca L, Li R, Yon F, et al. (2020) ZEITLUPE facilitates the rhythmic movements of Nicotiana attenuata flowers. The Plant Journal : For Cell and Molecular Biology
Miller SM, Wang T, Randolph PB, et al. (2020) Continuous evolution of SpCas9 variants compatible with non-G PAMs. Nature Biotechnology
Levy JM, Yeh WH, Pendse N, et al. (2020) Cytosine and adenine base editing of the brain, liver, retina, heart and skeletal muscle of mice via adeno-associated viruses. Nature Biomedical Engineering
Kim HK, Lee S, Kim Y, et al. (2020) High-throughput analysis of the activities of xCas9, SpCas9-NG and SpCas9 at matched and mismatched target sequences in human cells. Nature Biomedical Engineering
Usanov DL, Chan AI, Maianti JP, et al. (2019) Author Correction: Second-generation DNA-templated macrocycle libraries for the discovery of bioactive small molecules. Nature Chemistry
Huang TP, Zhao KT, Miller SM, et al. (2019) Author Correction: Circularly permuted and PAM-modified Cas9 variants broaden the targeting scope of base editors. Nature Biotechnology
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