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) 451-9197
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 (April 24, 1984): 2095-2102. Full Text

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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