John A. Capra, Ph.D.

2009 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Computational molecular biology, as well as its interface with machine learning and algorithms.
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Mona Singh grad student 2009 Princeton
 (Algorithms for the identification of functional sites in proteins.)
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Wanzek K, Schwindt E, Capra JA, et al. (2017) Mms1 binds to G-rich regions in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and influences replication and genome stability. Nucleic Acids Research
McDonald KR, Guise AJ, Pourbozorgi-Langroudi P, et al. (2016) Pfh1 Is an Accessory Replicative Helicase that Interacts with the Replisome to Facilitate Fork Progression and Preserve Genome Integrity. Plos Genetics. 12: e1006238
Sugitani N, Sivley RM, Perry KE, et al. (2016) XPA: A key scaffold for human nucleotide excision repair. Dna Repair
Simonti CN, Vernot B, Bastarache L, et al. (2016) The phenotypic legacy of admixture between modern humans and Neandertals. Science (New York, N.Y.). 351: 737-41
Wang X, Pandey AK, Mulligan MK, et al. (2016) Joint mouse-human phenome-wide association to test gene function and disease risk. Nature Communications. 7: 10464
Simonti CN, Capra JA. (2015) The evolution of the human genome. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development. 35: 9-15
Simonti CN, Pollard KS, Schröder S, et al. (2015) Evolution of lysine acetylation in the RNA polymerase II C-terminal domain. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 15: 35
Capra JA. (2015) Extrapolating histone marks across developmental stages, tissues, and species: an enhancer prediction case study. Bmc Genomics. 16: 104
Yu YK, Capra JA, Stojmirović A, et al. (2015) Log-odds sequence logos. Bioinformatics (Oxford, England). 31: 324-31
Sabouri N, Capra JA, Zakian VA. (2014) The essential Schizosaccharomyces pombe Pfh1 DNA helicase promotes fork movement past G-quadruplex motifs to prevent DNA damage. Bmc Biology. 12: 101
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