Philip C. Hanawalt

Biology Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
DNA repair
"Philip C. Hanawalt "

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Richard B. Setlow grad student 1959 Yale
Ole Maaløe post-doc 1958-1960 University of Copenhagen (Chemistry Tree)
Robert L. Sinsheimer post-doc 1960-1961 Caltech (Chemistry Tree)


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Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz research assistant 1979 Stanford (Cell Biology Tree)
Ohtsura Niwa grad student 1975 Stanford (Cell Biology Tree)
Barbara Sollner-Webb grad student 1976 Stanford (Chemistry Tree)
Jonathan A. Eisen grad student 1991-1998 Stanford (Evolution Tree)
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Haradhvala NJ, Polak P, Stojanov P, et al. (2016) Mutational Strand Asymmetries in Cancer Genomes Reveal Mechanisms of DNA Damage and Repair. Cell
Ganesan A, Hanawalt P. (2015) Photobiological Origins of the Field of Genomic Maintenance. Photochemistry and Photobiology
Spivak G, Hanawalt PC. (2015) Photosensitive human syndromes. Mutation Research. 776: 24-30
Khodursky A, Guzmán EC, Hanawalt PC. (2015) Thymineless Death Lives On: New Insights into a Classic Phenomenon. Annual Review of Microbiology
Tanasova M, Goeldi S, Meyer F, et al. (2015) Altered minor-groove hydrogen bonds in DNA block transcription elongation by T7 RNA polymerase. Chembiochem : a European Journal of Chemical Biology. 16: 1212-8
Hanawalt PC. (2015) A balanced perspective on unbalanced growth and thymineless death Frontiers in Microbiology. 6
Hanawalt P, Grollman A, Mitra S. (2015) A tribute in memory of Richard B. (Dick) Setlow (1921-2015) Dna Repair
Hanawalt PC, Wilson SH. (2015) Preface Dna Repair
Belotserkovskii BP, Hanawalt PC. (2014) PNA binding to the non-template DNA strand interferes with transcription, suggesting a blockage mechanism mediated by R-loop formation. Molecular Carcinogenesis
Hanawalt PC, Wilson SH. (2014) Coincidentally, this first issue marks the 50th anniversary of the seminal discovery of the excision-repair of damaged DNA. Preface. Dna Repair. 19: 1-2
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