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Regulation of DNA damage tolerance by the AhR pathway and its role in glioma progression
by Bostian, April, Ph.D.  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. 2016: 195 pages; 10124724.
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Deriving Novel Insights from Genomic Heterogeneity in Cancer
by Pique, Daniel Gonzalo, Ph.D.  Yeshiva University. 2018: 300 pages; 11014739.
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High level integration of genomic data for improving prediction, prognostication and classification of breast tumors
by Weigman, Victor John, Jr., Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2010: 173 pages; 3428408.
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Decision Analyses of Genomic Strategies for Colorectal Cancer Precision Medicine
by Chaudhari, Vivek S., Ph.D.  University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. 2019: 190 pages; 13903341.
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Keeping L1s in line: Genomic defenses against retrotransposition
by Farkash, Evan A., Ph.D.  University of Pennsylvania. 2007: 150 pages; 3261023.
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Targeting rad51-dependent homologous recombination repair in multiple myeloma
by Alagpulinsa, David A., Ph.D.  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. 2015: 166 pages; 3703951.
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miR-128 Directly Represses L1 Retrotransposition, Cellular Targets in L1 Retrotransposition and HIV-1 Replication
by Idica, Adam Kekoa Yuk Wo, Ph.D.  University of California, Irvine. 2016: 197 pages; 10239369.
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Analysis of genomic rearrangements in cancer from high throughput sequencing data
by Ballinger, Tracy J., Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Cruz. 2015: 173 pages; 3729995.
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High-throughput genomic/proteomic studies, finding structure and meaning by similarity
by Davidson, George S., Ph.D.  The University of New Mexico. 2010: 160 pages; 3422403.
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Examination of the BRCA1-dependent DNA repair pathway in basal-like breast cancers
by Chao, Hann-Hsiang, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2012: 196 pages; 3512604.
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Genomic Alterations in Bladder Cancer Modulate Response to Therapy
by Ramirez, Ricardo, Ph.D.  Weill Medical College of Cornell University. 2017: 134 pages; 10252704.
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CEdG – a glycated DNA adduct linking altered metabolism and genetic instability
by Tamae, Daniel, Ph.D.  City of Hope's Irell & Manella Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. 2011: 213 pages; 3596728.
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Elucidating the role of DNA double-strand breaks in aging
by White, Ryan R., Ph.D.  Yeshiva University. 2016: 207 pages; 10129240.
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Tools for extracting actionable medical knowledge from genomic big data
by Goldstein, Theodore C., Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Cruz. 2013: 158 pages; 3589324.
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Completion of DNA Replication in Escherichia coli
by Wendel, Brian Michael, Ph.D.  Portland State University. 2018: 173 pages; 10825070.
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Bioinformatics Approaches to Genetic Abnormality Detection in Genomic Data
by Baugher, Joseph D., Ph.D.  The Johns Hopkins University. 2012: 109 pages; 3573113.
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Recognition and repair of DNA double-strand breaks in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana
by Huefner, Neil Daniel, Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2012: 154 pages; 3511977.
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Genomic insights into bacterial adaptation during infection
by Lieberman, Tami Danielle, Ph.D.  Harvard University. 2014: 129 pages; 3626834.
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The role of histone acetylation in CAG /CTG repeat stability
by Yang, Jiahui, Ph.D.  Tufts University. 2010: 186 pages; 3396546.
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The Role of Sgs1 and Exo1 in the Maintenance of Genome Stability
by Campos-Doerfler, Lillian, Ph.D.  University of South Florida. 2017: 267 pages; 10642568.
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The role of Set2, transcription factor residence, and nucleosome spacing in the dynamic access of genomic information
by Lickwar, Colin Ralston, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2012: 175 pages; 3545528.
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Identification and mixture deconvolution of ancient and forensic DNA using population genomic data
by Vohr, Samuel H., Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Cruz. 2016: 125 pages; 10249290.
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The genomic distribution and function of NFI and histone variant H2A.Z during Caenorhabditis elegans development
by Whittle, Christina M., Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2009: 236 pages; 3352935.
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