UMC Mainz
Unit "Responses to DNA Lesions" (AK Khobta) 
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Heisenberg Grant "The fate of structurally defined DNA lesions in human cells: repair and impact on gene transcription". Funded to from April 2019; the German Research Foundation (DFG) Ref. No. KH 263/5-1

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Research grant "Co-transcriptional repair and transcriptional bypass of bulky DNA adducts". Funded since 2019 as a part of SFB 1361: Regulation of DNA Repeir and Genome Stability; DFG Ref. No. INST 247/926-1 (04)

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Research grant "Cellular repair and toxicity determinants of the major oxidative DNA lesion thymine glycol". Funded since 2019; DFG Ref. No. KH 263/4-1

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Academic exchange grant "Thymine glycol in DNA: functional consequences and the repair pathway choice". Funded since 2018; DAAD Ref. No. 57388935

Heisenberg Fellowship "The fate of structurally defined DNA lesions in human cells: repair and impact on gene transcription". Funded since April 2016; the German Research Foundation (DFG) Ref. No. KH 263/3-1

Abstract (DFG GEPRIS)

Research grant "Effect of position and clustering of the oxidative DNA base lesion 7,8-dihydro-8-oxoguanine on gene expression and repair in mammalian cells". Funded since 2010 (extended in 2013 and 2017); DFG Ref. No. KH 263/1-3     

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Research grant "Epigenetic effects of single DNA base modifications". Funded since 2012 (extended in 2015); DFG Ref. No. KH 263/2-2

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PhD Fellowship to Marta Rodríguez "Repair and bypass of damage in transcribed DNA". Funded since 2016 by the International PhD Programme, IMB Mainz 

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