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Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Carol S. Lutz, Ph.D.

 

Biography

Overview

EDUCATION:
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

POST GRADUATE TRAINING:
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

 

Education

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

 

 

Publications

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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