Cultural and Educational Opportunities at China's Jilin University
Professor Kathryn Uhrich Named ACS Fellow
New Chemistry Building Groundbreaking Ceremony
Professor Darrin York among those Honored
Aresty Chemistry Scholars Program Provides Early Research Experience
Rutgers Chemist Receives American Heart Association Fellowship
The Chemistry Graduate Student Experience
Senior Undergraduate Students Take On Teaching Assistant Role
Rutgers Graduate Student Participates in Research Program in Africa
Jean Day Memorial Undergraduate Research Symposium
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Computer studies of protein structure, function, folding and dynamics, chemical physics of liquids

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Research Highlight

DNA is startlingly prone to chemical damage, by both exogenous and endogenous species. Such damage is associated with mutagenesis, carcinogenesis and aging. Repair of DNA is initiated by a family of enzymes called glycosylases.