New paper in PLOS Computational Biology

Our paper ‘Alkylpurine Glycosylase D Employs DNA Sculpting as a Strategy to Extrude and Excise Damaged Bases’ was published in PLOS Computational Biology. We employed chain-of-replicas path optimization strategy to determine a minimum energy path (MEP) for flipping out a 3-methyl adenine lesion by the DNA glycosylase AlkD. The path showed that AlkD acts by […]

New PNAS paper on FEN1/DNA clamp complexes

Our collaborative efforts with Berkeley/LBNL have led to a combined experimental/computational publication ‘Repair complexes of FEN1, DNA and Rad9-Hus1-Rad1 are distinguished from their PCNA counterparts by functionally important stability’ currently in press in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science U.S.A.