Recommended Readings: Michael O’Donnell, Ph.D., Monday March 2, 2020

Recommended Readings: Michael O’Donnell, Ph.D., Monday March 2, 2020

Monday Lectures Michael O'Donnell, Ph.D.  

Monday, March 2, 2020 4:00 p.m.

Carson Family Auditorium

Michael O’Donnell, Ph.D.

Anthony and Judith Evnin Professor and Head

Laboratory of DNA Replication

The Rockefeller University

What’s New in DNA Replication?


Recommended Readings:

Empirical Articles

Lewis, Jacob S.; Spenkelink, Lisanne M.; Schauer, Grant D.; et al. (2020). Tunability of DNA Polymerase Stability during Eukaryotic DNA Replication. MOLECULAR CELL. 77 (1): 17-+

Yuan, Zuanning; Georgescu, Roxana; Santos, Ruda de Luna Almeida; et al. (2019). Ctf4 organizes sister replisomes and Pol alpha into a replication factory. ELIFE. 8

Wasserman, Michael R.; Schauer, Grant D.; O’Donnell, Michael E.; et al. (2019). Replication Fork Activation Is Enabled by a Single-Stranded DNA Gate in CMG Helicase. CELL. 178 (3): 600-+

Georgescu, Roxana; Yuan, Zuanning; Bai, Lin; et al. (2017). Structure of eukaryotic CMG helicase at a replication fork and implications to replisome architecture and origin initiation. PNAS. 114 (5): E697-E706

Schauer, Grant D.; O’Donnell, Michael E. (2017). Quality control mechanisms exclude incorrect polymerases from the eukaryotic replication fork. PNAS. 114 (4): 675-680

Sun, Jingchuan; Shi, Yi; Georgescu, Roxana E.; et al. (2015). The architecture of a eukaryotic replisome. NATURE STRUCTURAL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY. 22 (12): 976-982

Review Paper

Li, Huilin; O’Donnell, Michael E. (2018). The Eukaryotic CMG Helicase at the Replication Fork: Emerging Architecture Reveals an Unexpected Mechanism. BIOESSAYS. 40 (3)

Book Chapter

Bai, Lin; Yuan, Zuanning; Sun, Jingchuan; et al. (2017). Architecture of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae Replisome. DNA REPLICATION: FROM OLD PRINCIPLES TO NEW DISCOVERIES. 1042: 207-228


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