- Adam Clore
- Oregon Health and Science University
- 3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road - L606
- Portland, OR 97239
- Email me through OpenWetWare
I Currently work in Drs. Amanda McCullough and Stephen Lloyd's lab researching the effects of DNA damaging agents. Specifically, our group looks at toxins that form DNA-Protein crosslinks using yeast and mammalian cell culture models.
- Ph.D. Biology, Sept 2002-2008
- Portland State University
- Portland, Oregon
- Dr. Kenneth Stedman, Advisor
- B.S. Biology, Minor in Chemistry, May 2001
- University of Northern Iowa
- Cedar Falls, Iowa
- Dr. Michael Walter, Advisor.
- Adam J. Clore and Kenneth M. Stedman. (Epub ahead of print) “The SSV1 viral integrase is not essential," Virology doi:10.1016/j.virol.2006.11.003
- Kenneth M. Stedman, Adam Clore, and Yannick Combet-Blanc. Biogeographical Diversity of Archaeal Viruses. In: Prokaryotic Diversity: Mechanisms and Significance. Edited by Logan, N. A. et al., New York: Cambridge University Press; 2006, p.131-144
- Adam Clore and Kenneth Stedman. Long Inverse PCR Using iProofTM Polymerase. Available at: http://www.bio-rad.com/cmc_upload/Literature/195495/Bulletin_5337.pdf
- 2008-Invited speaker, Whole Genome Sequencing of Extreme Fuselloviruses and Their Biogeography. SETI Astrobiology Science Conference, Santa Clara CA, March 2008
- 2005-Presentation, Integration and replication in the hyperthermophilic virus family Fuselloviridae. West Coast Bacterial Physiology Conference. Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove, California 16-18 December, 2005
- 2004-Poster session, American Society for Microbiology’s Extremophiles conference, Cambridge MD.
- 2003-Presentation, Requirements of integration in the replication of eth Archaeal virus SSV1, 15th Evergreen International Phage Biology Meeting, Evergreen WA.