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Professor Nigel Savery

Professor Nigel Savery

Professor Nigel Savery
B.Sc., Ph.D.(Birm.)

Senior Academic Developer

Professor of Biochemistry

Office D47
Biomedical Sciences Building,
University Walk, Clifton BS8 1TD
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+44 (0) 117 331 2160

Summary

Genomes are replicated, repaired, modified and transcribed by a diverse range of protein:protein and protein:nucleic acid complexes.

Research in my laboratory aims to understand the mechanisms by which such complexes cooperate to control the frequency and accuracy with which individual genes are expressed.

We are studying transcription-coupled DNA repair processes and the effect of DNA damage on transcription, using a combination of biochemical and genetic techniques. In collaboration with colleagues from Engineering Maths and Biological Sciences we are also developing synthetic gene regulatory networks that perform designed functions.

Teaching

Biochemistry: Cellular Composition

MSc Core Skills

Science and Society

Synthetic Biology

Recombinant DNA Technology

Gene Expression and Rearrangement

Cellular Information

Advanced Options in Biochemistry

Memberships

Organisations

School of Biochemistry

Other sites

School of Biochemistry staff

Recent publications

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