Elizabeth A. Clark, MS

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Laboratory Manager, Department of Biomaterials and Biomimetics

Email: eac9@nyu.edu

BA 1985 (Biological Sciences) University of Connecticut; MS 1987 (Genetics) University of Connecticut

Research Interests: Cellular response to biomaterials • Tissue culture • Methods of modifying tissue growth in vivo and in vitro • Ceramic fatigue • Characterization of tooth properties

Representative publications

Clark E, Santiago F, Deng L, Chong S, de la Fuente C, Wang L, fu P, Stein D, Denny T, Lanka V, Mozafari F, Okamoto T, Kashanchi F. Loss of G1/S check point in HIV-1 infected cells is associated with lack of cyclin dependent kinase inhibitor, p21/Waf1. J Virol 2000; 74(11):5040-52.

Santiago F, Clark E, Chong S, Molina C, Mozafari F, Mahieux R, Fujii M, Azimi N, Kashanchi F. Transcriptional up-regulation of the cyclin D2 gene and acquisition of new cyclin-dependent kinase partners in human T-cell leukemia virus type 1-infected cells. J Virol 1999; 73(12):9917-27.

Santiago F, Clark E, Healey M, Kashanchi F. Cyclin associated phosphorylation of Rb and CBP at G1 phase of cell cycle in HTLV-1 infected cells. J AIDS Hum Retrovirol 1999; 20(4).

Ishimaru S, Williams R, Clark E, Hanafusa H, Gaul U. Activation of the Drosophila C3G leads to cell fate changes and overproliferation during development, mediated by the RAS-MAPK pathway and RAP1. EMBO J 1999; 18(1): 145-55.

Radicella JP, Clark EA, Chen S, Fox MS. Patch length of localized repair events: role of Dna Polymerase 1 in mutY-dependent mismatch repair. J Bact 1993; 175(23):7732-7736.

Radicella JP, Clark EA, Fox MS. Some mismatch repair activities in Escherichia coli. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1988; 85:9674-9678.

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