Natasha Strande

Thesis Defense: "Characterizing Ku's role as an AP lyase in nonhomologous end joining"

When Jun 18, 2013
from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Where G100 Bondurant
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Natasha Strande

"Characterizing Ku's role as an AP lyase in nonhomologous end joining"

This seminar is based upon the doctoral dissertation of Tasha Strande under the direction of Dr. Dale Ramsden.

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