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Profile Publications(8)
XB-PERS-831

Dr.  Garry P. Scarlett

Position

Associate Head (Innovation)

Research Description

The main focus of the Scarlett lab research is the role of unusual nucleic acid structures in gene regulation. My lab makes use of the popular model system Xenopus laevis and employs a wide range of genetic, biochemical and biophysical assays. The lab is currently studying the role of A-form DNA in transcriptional control. My lab is also interested genetic zooarchaeology and collaborates with a number of organisations to better help understand the development of domesticated animals through history.


Contact

Address:
Biophysics Laboratories,
Institute of Biomedical and Biomolecular Sciences
University of Portsmouth
Portsmouth
United Kingdom

Email: garry.scarlett@port.ac.uk

Web Page: http://www.port.ac.uk/school-of-biological-sciences/staff/dr-garry-scarlett.html

General/Lab Phone:  +44 131 650 7005


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