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DNA Damage | DNA Repair | Properties of Modified DNA spaces


Our research falls under a branch of chemistry known as computational chemistry. Computational chemistry uses calculations on computers to study the structure, properties and reactions of chemical systems. Calculations are particularly useful when information is difficult to obtain from experiment. Our research investigates systems related to DNA damage and repair. We are interested in the properties of damaged DNA moieties and the mechanism of action of DNA repair enzymes. We are also interested in the properties of modified DNA and protein components that have applications in biology and medicine.

We gratefully acknowledge NSERC, CFI, Canada Research Chairs Program, and the University of Lethbridge for financial support.

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