Dr. Albert Ribes-Zamora teaches molecular biology, genetics and introductory biology.
His research areas include DNA repair and telomeres.
Master of Science - Biology - University of Kentucky
Doctor of Philosophy - Cell & Molecular Biology - Baylor University
Bar-coding the genus Gongora in orchids (2013)
Telomeric Localization of XRCC4 and XLF (2012)
Dissection of Nej1-Lif1 interaction in yeast (2011)
SCDFinder: a new bioinformatic tool (2011)
"TRF2 interaction with Ku heterotetramerization interface gives insight into c-NHEJ prevention at human telomeres." Cell Reports Cell (2013) Vol. 5 Page 194-206
"Bringing Research into Laboratory courses" EDULEARN13 Proceedings IATED (2013) Page 5913-5918
"The Role of Multimerization During Non-Homologous End Joining, New Research Directions in DNA Repair." New Research Directions in DNA Repair. InTech (2013) Page 41-66
"An S/T-Q cluster domain census unveils new putative pathways and targets under Tel1/Mec1 control. BMC Genomics" BMC Genomics BMC (2012) Page 664
"Telomeros y roturas de ADN, los extremos se tocan" (2013) Universidad de Santo Tomas
"A. Xrcc4 And Xlf Interact With Telomeric Proteins At Chromosome Ends. (2013)" (2013) ASBMB This poster received and Honorable mention award
"Using bioluminescence to dissect DNA repair pathways" (2012) Friends of the Doherty Library, New Faculty Lecture Series
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