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-| <font size=4>'''Welcome to the DNA repair Laboratory'''</font>+| &nbsp; <font size=4>Welcome to the DNA repair Laboratory</font>
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-<h2> '''Coordinator:''' [[Carlos Frederico Martins Menck]] </h2>+<h2><font size="3px"> '''Coordinator:''' [[Carlos Frederico Martins Menck|Carlos Frederico Martins Menck</font>]] </h2>
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-<br />+The DNA repair group is part of the [http://icb.usp.br/~bmm/ Department of Microbiology] and the [http://www.icb.usp.br/ Institute of Biomedical Sciences], located in the [http://www.usp.br University of São Paulo - USP], Brazil.
-<br />+We are a research group interested in the field of DNA damage, repair and their biological implications, such as cell death and mutagenesis. DNA lesions are constantly introduced by environmental agents (ie. pollution and even sunlight), genotoxic chemical products or also byproducts of the cellular metabolism, contributing to cancer formation and aging in human beings. To keep genetic information intact is essential to species survival, and thus, DNA repair processes are highly relevant mechanisms, evolutionarily conserved in all living organisms, from bacteria to human beings.
-This group develops work on graduation and research in the field of DNA damaged repair and their biological implications, such as cell death and mutagenesis. The lesions in the genetic material may be introduced by environmental agents (as those from pollution and even sunlight), genotoxic chemical products or also byproducts of the cellular metabolism, and they may be the main causes for, in humans, cancer formation or aging. Thus, these DNA repair processes have been highly relevant during evolution and are found in all living organisms, from bacteria to humans.+ 
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Instituto de Ciencias Biomedicas 2, USP<br> Instituto de Ciencias Biomedicas 2, USP<br>
Laboratorio de Reparo do DNA - CVAT 116<br> Laboratorio de Reparo do DNA - CVAT 116<br>
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-|-+;<font size="3px"><b><nowiki>Do you want to know more about:</nowiki></b></font><br>
-|style= "background-color: #92A7FD"|[[Image:xpbanner.jpg|400px|left]]<br>+:[[Xeroderma Pigmentosum]]?<br>
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-|style= "background-color: #92A7FD"|<b><font size="3.5px" color="#051E85">Do you want to know more about [[Xeroderma Pigmentosum]]?</font></b><br>+
-Xeroderma Pigmentosum is a rare genetic disease which confers sunlight sensitivity and cancer susceptibility. Want to know more? So [[Xeroderma Pigmentosum| click here]].+
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- +<p>Our old web site is [http://www.icb.usp.br/~mutagene/old/ here].
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-<b><font size="3.5px" color="#051E85">[[Gene therapy]] using adenovirus</font></b><br>+
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-|valign= "top" style= "background-color: #92A7FD"|<b><font size="3.5px" color="#051E85">Browse the complete list of our scientific [[publications]].</font></b><br>+
-Or if you prefer, check the list of our main publications [[Research|here]]. You can also check the personal page of [[Carlos Frederico Martins Menck|Dr. Carlos F. M. Menck]] or of one of the lab fellows.+
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-== [[Research]] ==+== [[Research|<font color="#b2ff82">Research</font>]] ==
<p>[[Image:sun-uv.jpg|150px|Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) image of a huge, handle-shaped prominence taken on Sept. 14,1999 taken in the 304 angstrom wavelength. Source: [http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov NASA]]]</p> <p>[[Image:sun-uv.jpg|150px|Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) image of a huge, handle-shaped prominence taken on Sept. 14,1999 taken in the 304 angstrom wavelength. Source: [http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov NASA]]]</p>
<p>[[Image:cometa1.jpg|150px|Comet assay with XP12RO cell line, treated with methylene blue and visible light]]</p> <p>[[Image:cometa1.jpg|150px|Comet assay with XP12RO cell line, treated with methylene blue and visible light]]</p>
<p>[[Image:gfp.jpg|150px|GFP expression in mouse cells, after adenovirus transduction.]]</p> <p>[[Image:gfp.jpg|150px|GFP expression in mouse cells, after adenovirus transduction.]]</p>
-<p>[[Image:arvore.jpg|150px|Tree of life- Microbiology exposition.]]</p> 
<p>[[Image:caulobacter.jpg|150px|''Caulobacter crescentus''.]]</p> <p>[[Image:caulobacter.jpg|150px|''Caulobacter crescentus''.]]</p>
 +<p>[[Image:arvore.jpg|150px|Tree of life- Microbiology exposition.]]</p>
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  Welcome to the DNA repair Laboratory Español Português

Coordinator: Carlos Frederico Martins Menck


The DNA repair group is part of the Department of Microbiology and the Institute of Biomedical Sciences, located in the University of São Paulo - USP, Brazil. We are a research group interested in the field of DNA damage, repair and their biological implications, such as cell death and mutagenesis. DNA lesions are constantly introduced by environmental agents (ie. pollution and even sunlight), genotoxic chemical products or also byproducts of the cellular metabolism, contributing to cancer formation and aging in human beings. To keep genetic information intact is essential to species survival, and thus, DNA repair processes are highly relevant mechanisms, evolutionarily conserved in all living organisms, from bacteria to human beings.






Our address:
Instituto de Ciencias Biomedicas 2, USP
Laboratorio de Reparo do DNA - CVAT 116
Av Prof. Lineu Prestes, 1374
05508-900 Sao Paulo, SP, Brasil
Phone: +55-11-3091-7499; Fax: +55-11-3091-7354

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Do you want to know more about:
Xeroderma Pigmentosum?
Gene therapy?


Our old web site is here.

Research

<p>Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) image of a huge, handle-shaped prominence taken on Sept. 14,1999 taken in the 304 angstrom wavelength. Source: NASA

Comet assay with XP12RO cell line, treated with methylene blue and visible light

GFP expression in mouse cells, after adenovirus transduction.

Caulobacter crescentus.

Tree of life- Microbiology exposition.

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