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John A Tainer

from Houston, TX
Age ~68

John Tainer Phones & Addresses

  • Houston, TX
  • 4575 Niagara Ave, San Diego, CA 92107 (619) 223-5646 (619) 223-7678 (619) 523-3286
  • 4583 Niagara Ave, San Diego, CA 92107
  • Pauma Valley, CA
  • La Jolla, CA
  • Durham, NC
  • Valley Center, CA

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Company: Scripps college Position: Professor

Education

Degree: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) School / High School: Duke University 1976 to 1982 Specialities: Biochemistry

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Professor At Scripps College

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Position:
Professor at Scripps College, Professor at The Scripps Research Institute
Location:
Greater San Diego Area
Industry:
Higher Education
Work:
Scripps College
Professor

The Scripps Research Institute since 1982
Professor
Education:
Duke University 1976 - 1982
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Biochemistry

Publications

Us Patents

Dna Glycosylases And Their Use

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US Patent:
6713294, Mar 30, 2004
Filed:
Mar 3, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/101368
Inventors:
Hans E. Krokan - N-7005 Trondheim,
Geir Slupphaug - N-7005 Trondheim,
Bodil Kavli - N-7005 Trondheim,
John A. Tainer - La Jolla CA,
Clifford D. Mol - La Jolla CA,
International Classification:
C12N 914
US Classification:
435195, 435 6, 435 18, 435440, 536 232
Abstract:
Novel cytosine-, thymine- and uracil-DNA glycosylases, subcellular localization peptides, nucleic acid molecules containing the same, methods of identifying such enzymes and their use in various methods including mutagenesis, cell killing and DNA sequencing and modification, are described.

Dna Glycosylases And Their Use

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US Patent:
7662601, Feb 16, 2010
Filed:
Dec 23, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/746239
Inventors:
Hans E. Krokan - Trondheim,
Geir Slupphaug - Trondheim,
Bodil Kavli - Trondheim,
John A. Tainer - La Jolla CA,
Clifford D. Mol - La Jolla CA,
International Classification:
C12N 9/10
C12N 15/00
C12P 21/04
C12P 19/34
C12Q 1/68
C12Q 1/48
C07H 21/04
C12Q 1/00
C12N 1/20
C07H 21/02
US Classification:
435193, 435 4, 435 6, 435 15, 435 691, 435 711, 4352523, 4353201, 435440, 435 912, 536 232, 536 231
Abstract:
Novel cytosine-, thymine- and uracil-DNA glycosylases, subcellular localization peptides, nucleic acid molecules containing the same, methods of identifying such enzymes and their use in various methods including mutagenesis, cell killing and DNA sequencing and modification, are desired.

Metal Binding Proteins

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US Patent:
5665865, Sep 9, 1997
Filed:
Nov 22, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/343658
Inventors:
Richard A. Lerner - La Jolla CA
Victoria A. Roberts - San Diego CA
Elizabeth D. Getzoff - San Diego CA
John A. Tainer - San Diego CA
Stephen J. Benkovic - State College PA
Assignee:
The Scripps Research Institute - La Jolla CA
International Classification:
A61K 39395
C12N 121
US Classification:
5303873
Abstract:
The invention describes a metal binding protein capable of forming a coordination complex with a metal cation. The protein contains a sequence of amino acid residues that defines a variable domain of an immunoglobulin light chain having a L1 region and a L3 region, and also contains three contact amino acid residues in the variable domain that participate as ligands for the metal coordination complex.
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