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Nicholas Geacintov

Adjunct Professor, Department of Environmental Medicine

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212/998-8407
Nicholas.Geacintov@nyumc.org


Base and Nucleotide Excision Repair of Oxidatively Generated Guanine Lesions in DNA
Shafirovich, Vladimir; Kropachev, Konstantin; Anderson, Thomas; Liu, Zhi; Kolbanovskiy, Marina; Martin, Brooke D; Sugden, Kent; Shim, Yoonjung; Chen, Xuejing; Min, Jung-Hyun; Geacintov, Nicholas E. Base and Nucleotide Excision Repair of Oxidatively Generated Guanine Lesions in DNA. Journal of biological chemistry. 2016 Mar 04;291(10):5309-5319 (2042592)

Entrapment of a Histone Tail by a DNA Lesion in a Nucleosome Suggests the Lesion Impacts Epigenetic Marking: A Molecular Dynamics Study
Fu, Iwen; Cai, Yuqin; Zhang, Yingkai; Geacintov, Nicholas E; Broyde, Suse. Entrapment of a Histone Tail by a DNA Lesion in a Nucleosome Suggests the Lesion Impacts Epigenetic Marking: A Molecular Dynamics Study. Biochemistry. 2016 Jan 19;55(2):239-242 (2042182)

Characterization of the interactions of PARP-1 with UV-damaged DNA in vivo and in vitro
Purohit, Nupur K; Robu, Mihaela; Shah, Rashmi G; Geacintov, Nicholas E; Shah, Girish M. Characterization of the interactions of PARP-1 with UV-damaged DNA in vivo and in vitro. Scientific reports. 2016 Jan 12;6:19020-19020 (2042942)

Nucleotide Excision Repair and Transcription-coupled DNA Repair Abrogate the Impact of DNA Damage on Transcription
Nadkarni, Aditi; Burns, John A; Gandolfi, Alberto; Chowdhury, Moinuddin A; Cartularo, Laura; Berens, Christian; Geacintov, Nicholas E; Scicchitano, David A. Nucleotide Excision Repair and Transcription-coupled DNA Repair Abrogate the Impact of DNA Damage on Transcription. Journal of biological chemistry. 2016 Jan 08;291(2):848-861 (2040102)

Recognition of Damaged DNA for Nucleotide Excision Repair: A Correlated Motion Mechanism with a Mismatched cis-syn Thymine Dimer Lesion
Mu, Hong; Geacintov, Nicholas E; Zhang, Yingkai; Broyde, Suse. Recognition of Damaged DNA for Nucleotide Excision Repair: A Correlated Motion Mechanism with a Mismatched cis-syn Thymine Dimer Lesion. Biochemistry. 2015 Sep 01;54(34):5263-5267 (1744972)