Ankita and other trainees at WashU and SLU presented their science to a broad range of TB researchers. Great job Ankita!
This research was in collaboration with the laboratories of Dylan Taatjes at UC Boulder, Steve Hahn at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and Susan Tsutakawa at LBNL. By comparing the double-stranded DNA processivity of the TFIIH motor subunit involved in transcription initiation, we propose a mechanistic explanation for why different Eukaryotes display distinct start-site […]
Ankita gave a great talk describing her recent progress in understanding the possible molecular determinants of DNA repair in Mycobacteria tuberculosis. Stay tuned for more soon!
Drake gave an update to the Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Structural Biology program (@BBSBwustl) on his works in progress.
Ankita Chadda awarded Infectious Disease / Basic Microbial Pathogenic Mechanisms Training Fellowship