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Our lab is interested in understanding how the [http://www.fanconi.org/ Fanconi anemia] proteins contribute to genomic stability with the goal of developing drugs that will help Fanconi patients and those who are susceptible to developing cancer.
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We work in [[Hoatlin:Portland Oregon| Portland, Oregon]] at [http://www.ohsu.edu/ OHSU], in the [http://www.ohsu.edu/biochem/ Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology]. Our Departmental web page (not updated wiki-frequently) can be viewed [http://www.ohsu.edu/biochem/faculty/faculty.cfm?facultyID=29 here (faculty page)].
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We hope that other Fanconi labs will join us at [http://openwetware.org/wiki/ OpenWetWare] to speed FA research, stimulate collaborative efforts, facilitate reagent distribution, and expand communication. We also believe that an understanding of the complex and enigmatic Fanconi anemia protein network could benefit from the attention of systems/synthetic biologists already on OWW.  
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Please see [http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=science-2-point-0-great-new-tool-or-great-risk link to Scientific American article] now online about OWW and Science 2.0.  
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;For news, follow the [http://twitter.com/HoatlinLab Hoatlin lab Twitter]
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Our laboratory is interested in understanding the molecular function of the Fanconi anemia (FA) protein network in context with other proteins that regulate or influence genomic stability. Fanconi anemia is a rare genetic disease that is typically associated with developmental abnormalities, bone marrow failure and increased risk of cancer. Because the majority of the FA proteins are unique with no significant homologies, we expect the results of our studies to shed new light on fundamental mechanisms that control the integrity of the human genome and influence cancer susceptibility. The FA pathway is part of a network of proteins that contains BRCA2 and two other recently identified FA genes (FANCN and FANCJ) that influence breast cancer susceptibility. Ultimately, insights into the mechanism of the FA/BRCA network of proteins will lead to an understanding of the underlying molecular defect in FA and may lead to more effective avenues of treatment for this devastating pediatric disease and cancer.  
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[[Image:Labphoto1.jpg|600px|right|thumb|Stacie Stone, Alex Sobeck, Igor Landais, Maureen Hoatlin, Alexis LaChapelle, Hanna Cho, and Victor Wong. <br>
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We work in [[Hoatlin:Portland Oregon| Portland, Oregon]] at [http://www.ohsu.edu/ OHSU], in the [http://www.ohsu.edu/biochem/ Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology] and the [http://www.ohsucancer.com/ OHSU Knight Cancer Institute].
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'''*[[Hoatlin:Internal Lab Site|The Back Door]]'''
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==Other Quick Links==
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==Quick Teaching Links==
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[[Hoatlin:OHSU Replication, Recombination and Repair (R3) Club| 2006-2007 OHSU DNA Replication, Recombination and Repair (R3) Club]].
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[[Hoatlin:BMB Seminar Series '07-'08| BMB Seminar Series for 2007-2008 ]]
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*Our lab's Fanconi Anemia antibodies are available from [http://www.novusbio.com Novus Biologicals]
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[http://openwetware.org/wiki/CANB_610 Advanced Topics in Cancer Biology (CANB 610)]
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[[Hoatlin:OHSU_Genetic_Mechanisms_Class| Genetic Mechanisms Class (CON662)]]
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[[Hoatlin:OHSU Replication, Recombination and Repair (R3) Club| OHSU DNA Replication, Recombination and Repair (R3) Club]].
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[[Hoatlin: CSF|Med Students Cell Structure Function (CSF)]]
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==Classes of the past==
[[BMCB625|Advanced Topics in Molecular Biology(BMB625)]]
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Our laboratory is interested in understanding the molecular function of the Fanconi anemia (FA) protein network in context with other proteins that regulate or influence genomic stability. Fanconi anemia is a rare genetic disease that is typically associated with developmental abnormalities, bone marrow failure and increased risk of cancer. Because the majority of the FA proteins are unique with no significant homologies, we expect the results of our studies to shed new light on fundamental mechanisms that control the integrity of the human genome and influence cancer susceptibility. The FA pathway is part of a network of proteins that contains BRCA2 and two other recently identified FA genes (FANCN and FANCJ) that influence breast cancer susceptibility. Ultimately, insights into the mechanism of the FA/BRCA network of proteins will lead to an understanding of the underlying molecular defect in FA and may lead to more effective avenues of treatment for this devastating pediatric disease and cancer.

We work in Portland, Oregon at OHSU, in the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute.

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Quick Teaching Links

Advanced Topics in Cancer Biology (CANB 610)

Genetic Mechanisms Class (CON662)

OHSU DNA Replication, Recombination and Repair (R3) Club.

Med Students Cell Structure Function (CSF)

Classes of the past

Advanced Topics in Molecular Biology(BMB625)

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