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Cell-cycle and DNA damage regulation of the DNA mismatch repair protein Msh2 occurs at the transcriptional and post-transcriptional levelTENNEN, Ruth I; HAYE, Joanna E; WIJAYATILAKE, Hashanthi D et al.DNA repair. 2013, Vol 12, Num 2, pp 97-109, issn 1568-7864, 13 p.Article

Inhibition of homologous recombination by hyperthermia shunts early double strand break repair to non-homologous end-joiningBERGS, Judith W. J; KRAWCZYK, Przemek M; STALPERS, Lukas J. A et al.DNA repair. 2013, Vol 12, Num 1, pp 38-45, issn 1568-7864, 8 p.Article

Role of the conserved lysine within the Walker A motif of human DMC1SHARMA, Deepti; SAY, Amanda F; LEDFORD, Leanna L et al.DNA repair. 2013, Vol 12, Num 1, pp 53-62, issn 1568-7864, 10 p.Article

A rapid survival assay to measure drug-induced cytotoxicity and cell cycle effectsVALIATHAN, Chandni; MCFALINE, Jose L; SAMSON, Leona D et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 1, pp 92-98, issn 1568-7864, 7 p.Article

DNA polymerase μ is a global player in the repair of non-homologous end-joining substratesCHAYOT, Romain; MONTAGNE, Benjamin; RICCHETTI, Miria et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 1, pp 22-34, issn 1568-7864, 13 p.Article

Double-strand break repair and recombination-dependent replication of DNA in bacteriophage T4 in the absence of UvsX recombinase: Replicative resolution pathwaySHCHERBAKOV, Victor P; PLUGINA, Lidia; SHCHERBAKOVA, Tamara et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 5, pp 470-479, issn 1568-7864, 10 p.Article

Escherichia coli UmuC active site mutants: Effects on translesion DNA synthesis, mutagenesis and cell survivalKUBAN, Wojciech; VAISMAN, Alexandra; MCDONALD, John P et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 9, pp 726-732, issn 1568-7864, 7 p.Article

In vivo repair of alkylating and oxidative DNA damage in the mitochondrial and nuclear genomes of wild-type and glycosylase-deficient Caenorhabditis elegansHUNTER, Senyene E; GUSTAFSON, Margaret A; MARGILLO, Kathleen M et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 11, pp 857-863, issn 1568-7864, 7 p.Article

PCNA-dependent accumulation of CDKN1A into nuclear foci after ionizing irradiationWIESE, Claudia; HEEDE RUDOLPH, Jeanette; JAKOB, Burkhard et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 5, pp 511-521, issn 1568-7864, 11 p.Article

Persistently bound Ku at DNA ends attenuates DNA end resection and homologous recombinationZHENGPING SHAO; DAVIS, Anthony J; FATTAH, Kazi R et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 3, pp 310-316, issn 1568-7864, 7 p.Article

Polynucleotide kinase/phosphatase, Pnk1, is involved in base excision repair in Schizosaccharomyces pombeKASHKINA, Ekaterina; TAO QI; WEINFELD, Michael et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 8, pp 676-683, issn 1568-7864, 8 p.Article

Reversibility of replicative senescence in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Effect of homologous recombination and cell cycle checkpointsBECERRA, Sandra C; THAMBUGALA, Hiranthi T; RUSSELL ERICKSON, Alison et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 1, pp 35-45, issn 1568-7864, 11 p.Article

Saccharomyces cerevisiae Apn1 mutation affecting stable protein expression mimics catalytic activity impairment: Implications for assessing DNA repair capacity in humansMORRIS, Lydia P; DEGTYAREVA, Natalya; SHEPPARD, Clayton et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 9, pp 753-765, issn 1568-7864, 13 p.Article

Strikingly different properties of uracil-DNA glycosylases UNG2 and SMUG1 may explain divergent roles in processing of genomic uracilDOSETH, Berit; EKRE, Cecilie; SLUPPHAUG, Geir et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 6, pp 587-593, issn 1568-7864, 7 p.Article

The Schizosaccharomyces pombe AlkB homolog Abh1 exhibits AP lyase activity but no demethylase activityKORVALD, Hanne; FALNES, Pål O; LAERDAHL, Jon K et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 5, pp 453-462, issn 1568-7864, 10 p.Article

The role of the PHP domain associated with DNA polymerase X from Thermus thermophilus HB8 in base excision repairNAKANE, Shuhei; NAKAGAWA, Noriko; KURAMITSU, Seiki et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 11, pp 906-914, issn 1568-7864, 9 p.Article

XPB helicase regulates DNA incision by the Thermoplasma acidophilum endonuclease Bax1ROTH, Heide M; RÖMER, Johannes; GRUNDLER, Verena et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 3, pp 286-293, issn 1568-7864, 8 p.Article

RAD18―BRCTx interaction is required for efficient repair of UV-induced DNA damageTING LIU; HONGXIA CHEN; KIM, Hongtai et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 2, pp 131-138, issn 1568-7864, 8 p.Article

The kinetochore protein Bub1 participates in the DNA damage responseCHUNYING YANG; HAIBO WANG; YIRAN XU et al.DNA repair. 2012, Vol 11, Num 2, pp 185-191, issn 1568-7864, 7 p.Article

Bi-directional routing of DNA mismatch repair protein human exonuclease 1 to replication foci and DNA double strand breaksLIBERTI, Sascha E; ANDERSEN, Sofie D; RASMUSSEN, Lene J et al.DNA repair. 2011, Vol 10, Num 1, pp 73-86, issn 1568-7864, 14 p.Article

Chromosome integrity at a double-strand break requires exonuclease 1 and MRXNAKAI, Wataru; WESTMORELAND, Jim; YEH, Elaine et al.DNA repair. 2011, Vol 10, Num 1, pp 102-110, issn 1568-7864, 9 p.Article

Competition between PARP-1 and Ku70 control the decision between high-fidelity and mutagenic DNA repairPADDOCK, M. N; BAUMAN, A. T; HIGDON, R et al.DNA repair. 2011, Vol 10, Num 3, pp 338-343, issn 1568-7864, 6 p.Article

Factors that influence telomeric oxidative base damage and repair by DNA glycosylase OGG1RHEE, David B; GHOSH, Avik; JIAN LU et al.DNA repair. 2011, Vol 10, Num 1, pp 34-44, issn 1568-7864, 11 p.Article

Involvement of MRE11A and XPA gene polymorphisms in the modulation of DNA double-strand break repair activity: A genotype―phenotype correlation studyRICCERI, Fulvio; PORCEDDA, Paola; ACCOMASSO, Lisa et al.DNA repair. 2011, Vol 10, Num 10, pp 1044-1050, issn 1568-7864, 7 p.Article

Minisatellite alterations in ZRT1 mutants occur via RAD52-dependent and RAD52-independent mechanisms in quiescent stationary phase yeast cellsKELLY, Maire K; ALVER, Bonnie; KIRKPATRICK, David T et al.DNA repair. 2011, Vol 10, Num 6, pp 556-566, issn 1568-7864, 11 p.Article

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