Lori Frappier

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Lori Frappier
Medical Sciences Building, Room 4180
416-946-3501

My lab studies protein interactions in human cells using proteomics methods such as TAP-tagging and affinity column profiling coupled to mass spectrometry. We are interested in how viral proteins affect cellular processes through cellular protein interactions. In particular we study cellular protein interactions of the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) EBNA1 protein, which is essential for the transformation of human cells by EBV as well as for the stable persistance of the viral genomes in human cells. We are also interested in human protein complexes involved in the initiation and regulation of DNA replication.

Frappier lab website http://individual.utoronto.ca/frappierlab/

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