Nicholas E. Dixon

School of Chemistry and Molecular Bioscience University of Wollongong, Keiraville, New South Wales, Australia 
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Whinn KS, Xu ZQ, Jergic S, et al. (2023) Single-molecule visualization of stalled replication-fork rescue by the Escherichia coli Rep helicase. Nucleic Acids Research
Kaur G, Spenkelink LM, Lewis JS, et al. (2022) Production of long linear DNA substrates with site-specific chemical lesions for single-molecule replisome studies. Methods in Enzymology. 672: 299-315
Paudel BP, Xu ZQ, Jergic S, et al. (2022) Mechanism of transcription modulation by the transcription-repair coupling factor. Nucleic Acids Research
Spinks RR, Spenkelink LM, Dixon NE, et al. (2021) Single-Molecule Insights Into the Dynamics of Replicative Helicases. Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences. 8: 741718
Spinks RR, Spenkelink LM, Stratmann SA, et al. (2021) DnaB helicase dynamics in bacterial DNA replication resolved by single-molecule studies. Nucleic Acids Research
Monachino E, Jergic S, Lewis JS, et al. (2020) A Primase-Induced Conformational Switch Controls the Stability of the Bacterial Replisome. Molecular Cell
Dubiel K, Henry C, Spenkelink LM, et al. (2020) Development of a single-stranded DNA-binding protein fluorescent fusion toolbox. Nucleic Acids Research
Chang S, Naiman K, Thrall ES, et al. (2019) A gatekeeping function of the replicative polymerase controls pathway choice in the resolution of lesion-stalled replisomes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Whinn KS, Kaur G, Lewis JS, et al. (2019) Nuclease dead Cas9 is a programmable roadblock for DNA replication. Scientific Reports. 9: 13292
McGrath AE, Martyn AP, Whittell LR, et al. (2019) Corrigendum to "Crystal structures and biochemical characterization of DNA sliding clamps from three Gram-negative bacterial pathogens" [J. Struct. Biol. 204 (3) (2018) 396-405]. Journal of Structural Biology
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