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Karen M. Lee

TitleASSISTANT PROFESSOR
InstitutionMount Sinai
DepartmentRadiology
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    1. Sansó M, Lee KM, Viladevall L, Jacques PÉ, Pagé V, Nagy S, Racine A, St Amour CV, Zhang C, Shokat KM, Schwer B, Robert F, Fisher RP, Tanny JC. A positive feedback loop links opposing functions of P-TEFb/Cdk9 and histone H2B ubiquitylation to regulate transcript elongation in fission yeast. PLoS Genet. 2012; 8(8):e1002822.
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    2. St Amour CV, Sansó M, Bösken CA, Lee KM, Larochelle S, Zhang C, Shokat KM, Geyer M, Fisher RP. Separate domains of fission yeast Cdk9 (P-TEFb) are required for capping enzyme recruitment and primed (Ser7-phosphorylated) Rpb1 carboxyl-terminal domain substrate recognition. Mol Cell Biol. 2012 Jul; 32(13):2372-83.
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    3. Lee KM, Nizza S, Hayes T, Bass KL, Irmisch A, Murray JM, O'Connell MJ. Brc1-mediated rescue of Smc5/6 deficiency: requirement for multiple nucleases and a novel Rad18 function. Genetics. 2007 Apr; 175(4):1585-95.
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    4. Lee KM, la Fleur DP. Response to "The common drug review: a NICE start for Canada?". Health Policy. 2007 Jan; 80(1):1.
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    5. Lee KM, O'Connell MJ. A new SUMO ligase in the DNA damage response. DNA Repair (Amst). 2006 Jan 5; 5(1):138-41.
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    6. Sheedy DM, Dimitrova D, Rankin JK, Bass KL, Lee KM, Tapia-Alveal C, Harvey SH, Murray JM, O'Connell MJ. Brc1-mediated DNA repair and damage tolerance. Genetics. 2005 Oct; 171(2):457-68.
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