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Genome stability in the third domain

Location
LT4 Medical School QMC
Date(s)
30/01/2019 (16:00-17:00)
Description
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The Genome stability in the third domain lecture gave a personal perspective on how DNA is repaired, replicated and recombined in the three domains of life – bacteria, eukaryotes and archaea.

Speaker: Thorsten Allers, Professor of Archaeal Genetics, School of Life Sciences

BA, Genetics, University of Cambridge (1989)
PhD, Cell and Molecular Biology, University of Edinburgh (1994)

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