Tom Marsh




(undergrad authors underlined)

  1. Marsh, T.C. and Vesenka J. (2007) Properties of G-wire DNA. Nano- and Molecular Electronics .   CRC Press (in press).

  2. Marsh, T.C., Cole E., Romero, D. (2001) The Transition from Conjugal Development to the First Vegetative Cell Division is Dependent on RAD51 Expression in the Ciliate Tetrahymena thermophila. Gentics 157 (4):1591-8.

  3. Marsh, T.C., Cole E., Stuart, K., Campbell, C. and Romero, D. (2000) RAD51 is Required for the Propagation of the Germinal Nucleus in Tetrahymena thermophila .  Genetics 154 (4):1587-96.

  4. Muir, T., Morales, E., Root, J., Kumar, I., Garcia, B., Vellandi, C., Jenigian, D. , Marsh, T.C., Henderson, E., Vesenka, J. (1998) The Morphology of Duplex and Quadruplex DNA on Mica.   J. Vac. Sci. Technol . B 16 (3 Part 1):1172-1177

  5. Vesekna, J., Marsh, T.C., Miller, R., Henderson, E. (1996) Atomic Force Microscopy Reconstruction of G-wire DNA.   J. Vac. Sci. Technol . B 14 (2), 1413-1417.

  6. Marsh, T. C., Vesenka, J. and Henderson, E. (1995) A New DNA Nanostructure, the G-Wire, Imaged By Scanning Probe Microscopy.   Nucl. Acid Res. , 23 , 696-700.

  7. Marsh, T. C., and   Henderson, E. (1994) G-wires: Self-assembly of a Telomeric Oligonucleotide, d(GGGGTTGGGG), into Large Superstructures. Biochemistry , 33 , 10718-10724.

  8. Vesenka, J., Manne, S., Gibberson, R., Marsh, T.C., and Henderson, E. (1993).   Colloidal Gold Particles as an Incompressible Atomic Force Microscope Imaging Standard for Assessing the Compressibility of Biomolecules.   Biophysical Journal , 65 , 992-997.