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Mikhail Kashlev, Ph.D.

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•  Information on Dr. Studitsky lab in Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Jersey, USA
•  Bob Landick's lab at University of Wisconsin - Scientific interests:
Transcription elongation, pausing and termination in E. coli;
Single-molecule studies of transcription
Transcription elongation by RNA polymerase II
•  Jeff Roberts' Lab at Cornell Univ. - Mechanisms of transcription termination and antitermination in E. coli;
Transcription-coupled DNA repair in E. coli
•  Peter von Hippel's Lab at the University of Oregon - Theory of transcription;
Transcription fidelity and proofreading function of RNA polymerase;
Mechanisms of transcription termination and antitermination in E. coli;
Rho-dependent transcription termination;
DNA helicases
•  Rachid Rahmouni's Lab in Orleans, France - Transcription arrest in vivo in E. coli;
Transcript cleavage factors GreB and GreA;
Mechanisms of transcription by RNA polymerase from bacteriophage T7
•  My Alma Mater Lab in Moscow Institute of Molecular Genetics, Moscow, Russia - Basic mechanisms of transcription elongation in E. coli;
Structural and evolutionary studies of mercury-resistance transposable elements in bacteria;
Horizontal spreading of genes in nature
•  Donald Court's Lab at NCI, Frederick - Bacteriophage Lambda molecular biology;
Transcription antitermination mechanisms;
Recombineering in E. coli;
Structure/functional studies of Ribonuclease III from E. coli
•  Xinhua Ji's Lab at the NCI, Frederick - Crystallographic studies of proteins;
Crystallization of RNA polymerase and transcription factors
•  Jeff Strathern's lab at the NCI, Frederick - DNA recombination in the yeast S. cerevisiae;
Mating type switching in the yeast;
Transcription and reverse transcription fidelity

This page was last updated on 9/29/2010.