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Professor Lorena S. Beese   Lorena S. Beese (Biochemistry, Duke University Medical Center, USA)
General scientific interests: biological crystallography, macromolecular crystallography, small-angle scattering, structural biology, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: DNA replication and repair proteins, macromolecules, protein prenyltransferases, protein-nucleic acid interactions, signal transduction proteins, Structure guided inhibitor development.
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Dr Tom Ellenberger   Tom Ellenberger (Department of Biological Chemistry, Harvard Medical School, USA)
Detailed scientific research interests: DNA polymerases and replication proteins, DNA repair, DNA replication, helix-loop-helix transcription factors, recombinaton, structures of base-excision repair proteins, transcription.
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Dr Silvia Onesti   Silvia Onesti (Sincrotrone Trieste S.C.p.A., SS 14 - km 163,5 - AREA Science Park, Italy)
General scientific interests: biological crystallography, electron microscopy, macromolecular crystallography, small-angle scattering.
Detailed scientific research interests: DNA repair, Dna replication, Genomic instability, Nucleic acids, Protein-nucleic acid interaction, Proteins, Science in developing countries, Teaching, Transcrition, Translation.
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