Hai-wei Guo

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Molecular biology critically depends upon the isolation of desired DNA sequences. Flow cytometry, with its capacity to interrogate and sort more than 50,000 cells/s, shows great potential to expedite clone characterization and isolation. Intrinsic heterogeneity of protein expression levels in cells limits the utility of single fluorescent reporters for(More)
Human alkyladenine DNA glycosylase (hAAG) excises alkylated purines, hypoxanthine, and etheno bases from DNA to form abasic (AP) sites. Surprisingly, elevated expression of hAAG increases spontaneous frameshift mutagenesis. By random mutagenesis of eight active site residues, we isolated hAAG-Y127I/H136L double mutant that induces even higher rates of(More)
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