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Erik Larson
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Abstracts

Gordon Research Conference (2010)
Mutagenesis, Waterville, ME. Borchert GM, Holton NW, Edwards KA, Vogel LA, Larson ED. Histone monubiquitination accompanies somatic hypermutation

Environmental Mutagen Society Annual Meeting (2009)
St. Louis, MO. Platform Presentation, Borchert GM, Larson ED. The chromatin Architecture Behind Somatic Hypermutation.

Midwest DNA Repair Symposium (2008)
Pittsburgh, PA. Poster: Genomic uracil can be repaired by both MutSalpha and UNG directed pathways.

Keystone Symposia (2007)
Genomic Instability.  Breckenridge, CO.  Oral Presentation:  MutSalpha and UNG direct redundant pathways for repair and mutagenesis of U/G mismatches.

Environmental Mutagen Society (2006)
Annual Meeting.  Vancouver, BC.  Poster: MRE11/RAD50 participates in AID/UNG initiated pathway of Ig diversification by cleaving abasic DNA.

Environmental Mutagen Society Satellite Conference (2005)
Cell Lineages, Genetic Instability, and Human Disease. Seattle, WA.  Poster: MRE11/RAD50 participates in AID/UNG initiated pathway of Ig diversification by cleaving abasic DNA.

Environmental Mutagen Society Satellite Conference (2005)
Mismatch Repair Responses to DNA Lesions.  Corvallis, OR.  Poster: Mismatch Repair factors in recombination and maintenance of G-rich genomic regions.

Keystone Symposia (2004)
DNA Repair and Mutagenesis.  Taos, NM.  Oral Presentation: The abasic nuclease activity of MRE11/RAD50.

Gordon Research Conference (2004)
Mutagenesis, Oxford, England.  Two posters presented: 1.  hMutSalpha binds and mediates synapsis of Ig switch regions.   2. MRE11/RAD50 has a conserved AP-nuclease activity.

8th Annual Joint Immunology Symposium (2003)
Amgen Inc. and University of Washington, Seattle, WA.  Poster:  MRE11/RAD50 complex and somatic hypermutation.

Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (2003)
Genetic Recombination and Chromosome Rearrangements. Snowmass, CO.  Poster:  MutSalpha binds G4 DNA.

Midwest DNA Repair Symposium (2001)
Indianapolis, IN.  Poster: 8-oxoguanine is bound and processed by the mismatch repair pathway.

65th Annual Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quantitative Biology (2000)
Biological responses to DNA damage.  Cold Spring Harbor, NY.  Poster: Adriamycin, actinomycin D, and nogalamycin inhibit the human mismatch repair pathway in vitro.

American Society for Microbiology (1999)
DNA Repair. Hilton Head, SC.  Poster: Adriamycin, actinomycin D, and nogalamycin block the human mismatch repair pathway in vitro​
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