Faculty Profiles

Barbara R. Shaw
William T. Miller Professor Emeritus of Chemistry
Office: 
1105 French Family Science Ctr, Box 90346, Chemistry Department, Durham, NC 27708-0346
Phone: 
(919) 660-1551
Fax: 
(919) 660-1605

Overview

Education:

Ph.D., University of Washington 1973

M.S., University of Washington 1967

B.A., Bryn Mawr College 1965

WILLIAMS, LD, and SHAW, BR. "PROTONATED BASE-PAIRS EXPLAIN THE AMBIGUOUS PAIRING PROPERTIES OF O-6-METHYLGUANINE." PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 84.7 (April 1987): 1779-1783. Full Text

SOWERS, LC, SHAW, BR, VEIGL, ML, and SEDWICK, WD. "DNA-BASE MODIFICATION - IONIZED BASE-PAIRS AND MUTAGENESIS." MUTATION RESEARCH 177.2 (April 1987): 201-218. Full Text

Chambers, SAM, and Ramsay Shaw, B. "Histone Modifications Accompanying the Onset of Developmental Commitment in the 16-Cell Stage Sea Urchin Embryo." Dev. Biol. 124 (1987): 523-531. (Academic Article)

RICHARDS, RG, and SHAW, BR. "TEMPORAL CHANGES IN NUCLEOSOME POPULATIONS DURING SEA-URCHIN EARLY DEVELOPMENT." BIOCHEMISTRY 23.9 (1984): 2095-2102. Full Text

Chambers, SAM, and Ramsay Shaw, B. "Levels of Histone H4 Diacetylation Decrease Dramatically During Sea Urchin Embryonic Development and Correlate with Cell Doubling Rate." J. Biol. Chem. 259 (1984): 13458-13463. (Academic Article)

CHAMBERS, SAM, COGNETTI, G, and SHAW, BR. "DIFFUSIBLE FACTORS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR DIFFERENCES IN NUCLEASE SENSITIVITY AMONG CHROMATINS ORIGINATING FROM DIFFERENT CELL-TYPES." EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH 154.1 (1984): 213-223. Full Text

SOWERS, LC, SHAW, BR, and SEDWICK, WD. "IONIZED BASE-PAIRS - A PROBABLE CONSEQUENCE OF MUTAGENIC ALKYLATION OF DNA." PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR CANCER RESEARCH 25.MAR (1984): 20-20.

CHAMBERS, SAM, VAUGHN, JP, and SHAW, BR. "SHORTEST NUCLEOSOMAL REPEAT LENGTHS DURING SEA-URCHIN DEVELOPMENT ARE FOUND IN 2-CELL EMBRYOS." BIOCHEMISTRY 22.24 (1983): 5626-5631. Full Text

MOLD, DE, WEINGART, J, ASSARAF, J, LUBAHN, DB, KELNER, DN, SHAW, BR, and MCCARTY, KS. "SILVER STAINING OF HISTONES IN TRITON ACID UREA GELS." ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY 135.1 (1983): 44-47. Full Text

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