Welcome to Teresa Wang's Lab
Stanford University School of Medicine Department of Pathology
300 Pasteur Drive
SUMC Edwards R270
Stanford, CA 94305
(650) 725-4907 (Teresa Wang)
(650) 725-4908 (Laboratory)
(650) 725-6902 (Fax)
The long-term goal of our lab research is to understand the molecular mechanisms involved in maintaining genome stability. To this end, we investigate what and how trans-acting factors are involved in maintaining genome stability.
(I) To investigate mutator phenotypes induced by aberrant chromosome replication.
(II) To investigate the genetic and biochemical elements that maintain the DNA replication checkpoint.
Alumni of the Wang Lab
Griffiths, D. J. F., Uchiyama, M., Nurse, P., and Wang, T. S.-F. A novel mutant allele of the chromatin bound fission yeast checkpoint protein Rad17 separates the DNA structure checkpoint. Submitted. 1999.
Kelman, Z., Zou, S., Arroyo, M., Wang, T. S.-F., and Hurwitz, J. The C-terminal region of Schizosaccharomyces pombe PCNA is essential for DNA polymerase activity. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.96: 9515-9520. 1999.
Conger, K. L., Liu, J.-S., Kuo, S.-R., Chow, L. T., and Wang, T. S.-F. Human papillomavirus DNA replication: Interactions between the viral E1 and two subunits of human DNA polymerase a /primase. J. Biol. Chem. 274: 2696-2705. 1999
Liu, V. F., Bhaumik, D., and Wang, T. S.-F. Mutator phenotype induced by aberrant replication. Mol. Cell. Biol. 19:1126-1135. 1999.
Arroyo, M. P. and Wang, T. S.-F. Schizosaccharomyces pombe replication proteins. In Genetic Approaches to Eukaryotic Replication and Repair. Methods. A Companion to Methods in Enzymology. Academic Press. 18: 335-348. 1999.
Wang, T. S.-F., Conger, K. L., Copeland, W. C., and Arroyo, M. P., Eukaryotic DNA polymerases. In Eukaryotic DNA replication: a practical approach (ed. S. Cotterill), Oxford University Press. Chapter 3, 67-92. 1999.
Last updated: November 12, 1999
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