Albert Davalos, Ph.D.

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
email: ARDavalos@lbl.gov

Grants

The Role of the ECM in Breast Cancer DNA Damage Repair 2005 (Cycle 11)
IDEA (Innovative, Developmental, and Exploratory Awards) 11IB-0153 $250,560
Does the BLM Gene Co-regulate BRCA1 in DNA Damage Response? 2002 (Cycle VIII)
Postdoctoral Fellowship 8FB-0148 $80,671


The XIST noncoding RNA functions independently of BRCA1 in X inactivation.
  Periodical: Cell
  Author(s): Xiao C, Sharp JA, Kawahara M, Davalos AR, et al
  Yr: 2007 Vol: 128 Nbr: 5 Pgs: 977-89
  Associated Grant: The Role of the ECM in Breast Cancer DNA Damage Repair
 
ATR and ATM-dependent movement of BLM helicase during replication stress ensures optimal ATM activation and 53BP1 focus formation.
  Periodical: Cell Cycle
  Author(s): Davalos AR, Kaminker P, Hansen RK, Campisi J
  Yr: 2004 Vol: 3 Nbr: 12 Pgs: 1579-86
  Associated Grant: Does the BLM Gene Co-regulate BRCA1 in DNA Damage Response?
 
Telomere length mediates the effects of telomerase on the cellular response to genotoxic stress.
  Periodical: Experimental Cell Research
  Author(s): Rubio MA, Davalos AR, Campisi J.
  Yr: 2004 Vol: 298 Nbr: 1 Pgs: 17-27
  Associated Grant: Does the BLM Gene Co-regulate BRCA1 in DNA Damage Response?
 
Bloom syndrome cells undergo p53-dependent apoptosis and delayed assembly of BRCA1 and NBS1 repair complexes at stalled replication forks.
  Periodical: Journal of Biological Chemistry
  Author(s): Davalos AR, Campisi J
  Yr: 2003 Vol: 162 Nbr: 7 Pgs: 1197-209
  Associated Grant: Does the BLM Gene Co-regulate BRCA1 in DNA Damage Response?