Carl William Schmid, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Chemistry University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Area:
Repetitive DNA, retrotransposons, genome organization
Website:
http://biosci3.ucdavis.edu/FacultyAndResearch/FacultyProfile.aspx?FacultyID=246
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Bio:

Discoverer of Alu repeats and other transposable elements in primate genomes; developed novel chemistries for chemical sequencing of DNA

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Parents

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John E. Hearst grad student 1968-1971 UC Berkeley
Norman Davidson post-doc 1971-1973 Caltech

Children

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Prescott Deininger grad student 1973-1978 UC Davis
A. Gregory Matera grad student 1985-1990 UC Davis
Tzu-Huey Li grad student 2001 UC Davis
Richard H. Kimura grad student 2003 UC Davis
Alexandra Beilina grad student 2007 UC Davis
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Li TH, Schmid CW. (2004) Alu's dimeric consensus sequence destabilizes its transcripts. Gene. 324: 191-200
Schmid CW. (2003) Alu: a parasite's parasite? Nature Genetics. 35: 15-6
Rubin CM, Kimura RH, Schmid CW. (2002) Selective stimulation of translational expression by Alu RNA. Nucleic Acids Research. 30: 3253-61
Kimura RH, Choudary PV, Stone KK, et al. (2001) Stress induction of Bm1 RNA in silkworm larvae: SINEs, an unusual class of stress genes. Cell Stress & Chaperones. 6: 263-72
Li TH, Schmid CW. (2001) Differential stress induction of individual Alu loci: implications for transcription and retrotransposition. Gene. 276: 135-41
Kim C, Rubin CM, Schmid CW. (2001) Genome-wide chromatin remodeling modulates the Alu heat shock response. Gene. 276: 127-33
Li TH, Kim C, Rubin CM, et al. (2000) K562 cells implicate increased chromatin accessibility in Alu transcriptional activation. Nucleic Acids Research. 28: 3031-9
Li T, Spearow J, Rubin CM, et al. (1999) Physiological stresses increase mouse short interspersed element (SINE) RNA expression in vivo. Gene. 239: 367-72
Kimura RH, Choudary PV, Schmid CW. (1999) Silk worm Bm1 SINE RNA increases following cellular insults. Nucleic Acids Research. 27: 3380-7
Schmid CW. (1998) Does SINE evolution preclude Alu function? Nucleic Acids Research. 26: 4541-50
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