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Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Carol S. Lutz, Ph.D.




A. Undergraduate
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC
B.S. Biology with Highest Honors 1984
B. Graduate
Duke University
Durham, NC
Ph.D. Microbiology and Genetics 1990

A. Internships and Residencies: N/A

B. Research Fellowships

C. Postdoctoral Appointments
Phillips-Universtat Marburg, Germany (Dr. Reinhard Luhrmann),
Discipline Molecular Biology
Winter 1990-1991

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Dr. Michael Zasloff)
Discipline Genetics and Molecular Biology
July 1991-June 1992

University of Pennsylvania (Dr. James Alwine)
Discipline Molecular Biology
July 1992-December 1997



Ph.D., 1990, Duke University, Microbiology and Genetics




Relevant Publications:

Newnham CM, Hall-Pogar T, Liang S, Wang J, Tian B, Hu J, Lutz CS. (2010) Alternative polyadenylation of MeCP2: influence of cis-acting elements and trans-acting factors. RNA Biology 7: 364-375.
Lutz CS, Moreira AM. (2011). Alternative polyadenylation of eukaryotic mRNAs: an effective regulator of gene expression. WIREs RNA 2: 22-31
Bronzoni RVM, Madrid MCFS, Duarte DVB, Pellegrini VOA, Pacca, CC, Carmo ACV, Zanelli CF, Valentini SR, Santacruz-Perez C, Barbosa JARG, Lutz CS, Rahal P, Nogueira ML. (2011) The small nuclear ribonucleoprotein U1A interacts with NS5 from yellow fever virus and other flaviviruses. Archives of Virology, 156: 931-938.
Lutz CS. (2008). Alternative polyadenylation: a twist on 3’ end formation. Invited review article, ACS Chemical Biology, 3: 609-617.
Darmon SK, and Lutz CS. (2012) mRNA 3’ end processing factors: a phylogenetic comparison. Comparative and Functional Genomics, 876893. Epub 2012 Feb 6.




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