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Nhung Tuyet Pham

TitleGraduate Student
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentGenetics & Genomics
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    1. Vu TT, Tran DV, Tran HTP, Nguyen MD, Do TA, Ta NT, Cao HT, Pham NT, Phan DV. An assessment of the impact of climate change on the distribution of the grey-shanked douc Pygathrix cinerea using an ecological niche model. Primates. 2020 Mar; 61(2):267-275. PMID: 31560091.
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    2. Yan Z, Xue C, Kumar S, Crickard JB, Yu Y, Wang W, Pham N, Li Y, Niu H, Sung P, Greene EC, Ira G. Rad52 Restrains Resection at DNA Double-Strand Break Ends in Yeast. Mol Cell. 2019 12 05; 76(5):699-711.e6. PMID: 31542296.
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    3. Yu Y, Pham N, Xia B, Papusha A, Wang G, Yan Z, Peng G, Chen K, Ira G. Dna2 nuclease deficiency results in large and complex DNA insertions at chromosomal breaks. Nature. 2018 12; 564(7735):287-290. PMID: 30518856.
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    4. Elango R, Sheng Z, Jackson J, DeCata J, Ibrahim Y, Pham NT, Liang DH, Sakofsky CJ, Vindigni A, Lobachev KS, Ira G, Malkova A. Break-induced replication promotes formation of lethal joint molecules dissolved by Srs2. Nat Commun. 2017 11 27; 8(1):1790. PMID: 29176630.
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    5. Buzovetsky O, Kwon Y, Pham NT, Kim C, Ira G, Sung P, Xiong Y. Role of the Pif1-PCNA Complex in Pol d-Dependent Strand Displacement DNA Synthesis and Break-Induced Replication. Cell Rep. 2017 Nov 14; 21(7):1707-1714. PMID: 29141206.
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    6. Miller AS, Daley JM, Pham NT, Niu H, Xue X, Ira G, Sung P. A novel role of the Dna2 translocase function in DNA break resection. Genes Dev. 2017 03 01; 31(5):503-510. PMID: 28336516.
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