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Photo of Elizabeth WoodElizabeth Wood

Senior Research Specialist
ewood@biochem.wisc.edu
B.A. 1979 University of Wisconsin-Madison
Joined Cox lab in 1984


Publications

Lusetti, S.L., Wood, E.A., Fleming, C.D., Modica, M.J., Korth, J., Abbott, L., Dwyer, D.W., Roca, A.I., Inman, R.B. and Cox, M.M. (2003) C terminal deletions of the Escherichia coli RecA protein: Characterization of in vivo and in vitro effects. J. Biol. Chem. 278, 16372-16380. [PDF]

Kim, J.-I., Sharma, A.K., Abbott, S.N., Wood, E.A., Dwyer, D.W., Jambura, A., Minton, K.W., Inman, R.B., Daly, M.J., and Cox, M.M. (2002). RecA protein from the extremely radioresistant bacterium Deinococcus radiodurans: Expression, purification, and characterization. J. Bact., 184, 1649-1660. [PDF]

Huang, L.-C., Wood, E.A. and Cox, M.M. (1997). Convenient and reversible site-specific targeting of exogenous DNA into a bacterial chromosome using the FLP recombinase: the FLIRT system. J. Bact. 179, 6076-6083 [PDF] [PubMed]

Iype, L. E., Wood, E. A., Inman, R. B. and Cox, M. M. (1994). RuvA and RuvB proteins facilitate the bypass of heterologous DNA insertions during RecA protein-mediated DNA strand exchange. J. Biol. Chem. 269, 24967-24978.

Huang, L.-C., Wood, E. A. and Cox, M. M. (1991). A bacterial model system for chromosomal targeting. Nucleic Acids Res. 19, 443-448

Meyer-Leon, L., Gates, C. A., Attwood, J. M., Wood, E. A. and Cox, M. M. (1987). Purification of the FLP site-specific recombinase by affinity chromatography and re-examination of basic properties of the system. Nucleic Acids Res. 15, 6469-6488

Gates, C. A., Meyer-Leon, L., Attwood, J. M., Wood, E. A. and Cox, M. M. (1987). Purification of FLP recombinase using sequence-specific DNA affinity chromatography. In Protein Purification: Micro to Macro, R. Burgess, ed. (Alan R. Liss), UCLA Symp. Mol. Cell. Biol., New Ser., 68, 197-206

Senecoff, J. F., Bruckner, R C., Meyer-Leon, L., Gates, C. A., Wood, E., Umlauf, S. W., Attwood, J. M. and Cox, M. M. (1986). Site-specific recombination promoted in vitro by the FLP protein of the yeast two-micron plasmid. In Extrachromosomal Elements in Lower Eukaryotes, R. B.Wickner et al., eds. (Plenum Press), pp. 397-405