Sue Jinks-Robertson

Affiliations: 
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
Genetics, Molecular Biology
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Parents

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Thomas D. Petes post-doc 1985 Chicago (Cell Biology Tree)

Children

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Sarah V. Mudrak grad student 2010 Duke
Katrina Mitchel grad student 2012 Duke
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Shaltz S, Jinks-Robertson S. (2021) Mutagenic repair of a ZFN-induced double-strand break in yeast: Effects of cleavage site sequence and spacer size. Dna Repair. 108: 103228
Jinks-Robertson S, Petes TD. (2021) Mitotic recombination in yeast: what we know and what we don't know. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development. 71: 78-85
Gamble D, Hum YF, Jinks-Robertson S. (2021) High-Throughput Analysis of Heteroduplex DNA in Mitotic Recombination Products. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2153: 503-519
Stantial N, Rogojina A, Gilbertson M, et al. (2020) Trapped topoisomerase II initiates formation of de novo duplications via the nonhomologous end-joining pathway in yeast. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Gamble D, Shaltz S, Jinks-Robertson S. (2020) Recombinational Repair of Nuclease-Generated Mitotic Double-Strand Breaks with Different End Structures in Yeast. G3 (Bethesda, Md.)
Williams JD, Houserova D, Johnson BR, et al. (2020) Characterization of long G4-rich enhancer-associated genomic regions engaging in a novel loop:loop 'G4 Kissing' interaction. Nucleic Acids Research
Jinks-Robertson S. (2020) Decision letter: Mechanisms underlying genome instability mediated by formation of foldback inversions in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Elife
Gusa A, Jinks-Robertson S. (2019) Mitotic Recombination and Adaptive Genomic Changes in Human Pathogenic Fungi. Genes. 10
Cho JE, Jinks-Robertson S. (2019) Deletions associated with stabilization of the Top1 cleavage complex in yeast are products of the nonhomologous end-joining pathway. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Hum YF, Jinks-Robertson S. (2019) Mismatch recognition and subsequent processing have distinct effects on mitotic recombination intermediates and outcomes in yeast. Nucleic Acids Research
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