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    1. Zhou, JM; Ahn, J; Wilson, SH; Prives, C
      A role for p53 in base excision repair

      EMBO JOURNAL
    2. Frosina, G
      Counteracting spontaneous transformation via overexpression of rate-limiting DNA base excision repair enzymes

      CARCINOGENESIS
    3. Dogliotti, E; Fortini, P; Pascucci, B; Parlanti, E
      The mechanism of switching among multiple BER pathways

      PROGRESS IN NUCLEIC ACID RESEARCH AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, VOL 68
    4. Matsumoto, Y
      Molecular mechanism of PCNA-dependent base excision repair

      PROGRESS IN NUCLEIC ACID RESEARCH AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, VOL 68
    5. Jezewska, MJ; Rajendran, S; Galletto, R; Bujalowski, W
      Kinetic mechanisms of rat polymerase beta-ssDNA interactions. Quantitativefluorescence stopped-flow analysis of the formation of the (Pol beta)(16) and (Pol beta)(5) ssDNA binding mode

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    6. Rajendran, S; Jezewska, MJ; Bujalowski, W
      Recognition of template-primer and gapped DNA substrates by the human DNA polymerase beta

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    7. Marenstein, DR; Ocampo, MTA; Chan, MK; Altamirano, A; Basu, AK; Boorstein, RJ; Cunningham, RP; Teebor, GW
      Stimulation of human endonuclease III by Y box-binding protein 1 (DNA-binding protein B) - Interaction between a base excision repair enzyme and a transcription factor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Jezewska, MJ; Rajendran, S; Bujalowski, W
      Energetics and specificity of rat DNA polymerase beta interactions with template-primer and gapped DNA substrates

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Khlimankov, DY; Rechkunova, NI; Kolpashchikov, DM; Khodyreva, SN; Lavrik, OI
      Affinity labeling of flap-endonuclease FEN-1 by photoreactive DNAs

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    10. Rajendran, S; Jezewska, MJ; Bujalowski, W
      Multiple-step kinetic mechanisms of the ssDNA recognition process by humanpolymerase beta in its different ssDNA binding modest

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    11. Berdis, AJ
      Dynamics of translesion DNA synthesis catalyzed by the bacteriophage T4 exonuclease-deficient DNA polymerase

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    12. Jezewska, MJ; Rajendran, S; Bujalowski, W
      Interactions of the 8-kDa domain of rat DNA polymerase beta with DNA

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Kolaczkowski, SV; Perry, A; Mckenzie, A; Johnson, F; Budil, DE; Strauss, PR
      A spin-labeled abasic DNA substrate for AP endonuclease

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    14. Hess, S; Gotz, M; Davis, WB; Michel-Beyerle, ME
      On the apparently anomalous distance dependence of charge-transfer rates in 9-amino-6-chloro-2-methoxyacridine-modified DNA

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    15. Trevisiol, E; Renard, A; Defrancq, E; Lhomme, J
      Fluorescent labelling of oligodeoxyribonucleotides by the oxyamino-aldehyde coupling reaction

      NUCLEOSIDES NUCLEOTIDES & NUCLEIC ACIDS
    16. Grimm, GN; Boutorine, AS; Helene, C
      Rapid routes of synthesis of oligonucleotide conjugates from non-protectedoligonucleotides and ligands possessing different nucleophilic or electrophilic functional groups

      NUCLEOSIDES NUCLEOTIDES & NUCLEIC ACIDS
    17. Kool, ET; Morales, JC; Guckian, KM
      Mimicking the structure and function of DNA: Insights into DNA stability and replication

      ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION
    18. Kunz, BA; Straffon, AFL; Vonarx, EJ
      DNA damage-induced mutation: tolerance via translesion synthesis

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    19. Murata-Kamiya, N; Kamiya, H; Kaji, H; Kasai, H
      Methylglyoxal induces G : C to C : G and G : C to T : A transversions in the supF gene on a shuttle vector plasmid replicated in mammalian cells

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    20. Ohashi, E; Ogi, T; Kusumoto, R; Iwai, S; Masutani, C; Hanaoka, F; Ohmori, H
      Error-prone bypass of certain DNA lesions by the human DNA polymerase kappa

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    21. Hadi, MZ; Coleman, MA; Fidelis, K; Mohrenweiser, HW; Wilson, DM
      Functional characterization of Ape1 variants identified in the human population

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    22. Kanazawa, A; Sawa, T; Akaik, T; Maeda, H
      Formation of abasic sites in DNA by t-butyl peroxyl radicals: implication for potent genotoxicity of lipid peroxyl radicals

      CANCER LETTERS
    23. Otterlei, M; Kavli, B; Standal, R; Skjelbred, C; Bharati, S; Krokan, HE
      Repair of chromosomal abasic sites in vivo involves at least three different repair pathways

      EMBO JOURNAL
    24. Trevisiol, E; Defrancq, E; Lhomme, J; Laayoun, A; Cros, P
      Synthesis of methylketone containing nucleoside triphosphates for RNA labelling

      TETRAHEDRON
    25. Lee, JH; Bae, SH; Choi, BS
      The Dewar photoproduct of thymidylyl(3 '-> 5 ')-thymidine (Dewar product) exhibits mutagenic behavior in accordance with the "A rule"

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    26. Nguyen, LH; Barsky, D; Erzberger, JP; Wilson, DM
      Mapping the protein-DNA interface and the metal-binding site of the major human apurinic/apyrimidinic endonuclease

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    27. Ayadi, L; Coulombeau, C
      Molecular modeling study of an abasic DNA undecamer duplex: d(GCGTGOGTGCG)center dot d(CGCACTCACGC)

      THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY ACCOUNTS
    28. Berthet, N; Boturyn, D; Constant, JF
      DNA repair inhibitors

      EXPERT OPINION ON THERAPEUTIC PATENTS
    29. Fukui, K; Tanaka, K; Fujitsuka, M; Watanabe, A; Ito, O
      Distance dependence of electron transfer in acridine-intercalated DNA

      JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY
    30. Barret, JM; Etievant, C; Fahy, J; Lhomme, J; Hill, BT
      Novel artificial endonucleases inhibit base excision repair and potentiatethe cytotoxicity of DNA-damaging agents on L1210 cells

      ANTI-CANCER DRUGS
    31. Berthet, N; Michon, J; Lhomme, J; Teulade-Fichou, MP; Vigneron, JP; Lehn, JM
      Recognition of abasic sites in DNA by a cyclobisacridine molecule

      CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL
    32. Sagi, J; Hang, B; Singer, B
      Sequence-dependent repair of synthetic AP sites in 15-mer and 35-mer oligonucleotides: Role of thermodynamic stability imposed by neighbor bases

      CHEMICAL RESEARCH IN TOXICOLOGY
    33. Castaing, B; Fourrey, JL; Hervouet, N; Thomas, M; Boiteux, S; Zelwer, C
      AP site structural determinants for Fpg specific recognition

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    34. Sambandam, A; Greenberg, MM
      The effects of 5R-5,6-dihydro-5-hydroxythymidine on duplex DNA stability and structure

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    35. Srivastava, DK; Husain, I; Arteaga, CL; Wilson, SH
      DNA polymerase beta expression differences in selected human tumors and cell lines

      CARCINOGENESIS
    36. Gal, J; Schnell, R; Szekeres, S; Kalman, M
      Directional cloning of native PCR products with preformed sticky ends (Autosticky PCR)

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    37. Reuven, NB; Arad, G; Maor-Shoshani, A; Livneh, Z
      The mutagenesis protein UmuC is a DNA polymerase activated by UmuD ', RecA, and SSB and is specialized for translesion replication

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    38. Tomer, G; Livneh, Z
      Analysis of unassisted translesion replication by the DNA polymerase III holoenzyme

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    39. FUKUI K; TANAKA K
      DISTANCE DEPENDENCE OF PHOTOINDUCED ELECTRON-TRANSFER IN DNA

      ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION
    40. DANIHER AT; BASHKIN JK
      PRECISE CONTROL OF RNA CLEAVAGE BY RIBOZYME MIMICS

      Chemical communications
    41. WILSON SH
      MAMMALIAN BASE EXCISION-REPAIR AND DNA-POLYMERASE-BETA

      Mutation research. DNA repair
    42. JAISWAL M; LIPINSKI LJ; BOHR VA; MAZUR SJ
      EFFICIENT IN-VITRO REPAIR OF 7-HYDRO-8-OXODEOXYGUANOSINE BY HUMAN CELL-EXTRACTS - INVOLVEMENT OF MULTIPLE PATHWAYS

      Nucleic acids research
    43. WILLIAMS SD; DAVID SS
      EVIDENCE THAT MUTY IS A MONOFUNCTIONAL GLYCOSYLASE CAPABLE OF FORMINGA COVALENT SCHIFF-BASE INTERMEDIATE WITH SUBSTRATE DNA

      Nucleic acids research
    44. Jezewska, MJ; Rajendran, S; Bujalowski, W
      Transition between different binding modes in rat DNA polymerase beta-ssDNA complexes

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    45. RAJENDRAN S; JEZEWSKA MJ; BUJALOWSKI W
      HUMAN DNA-POLYMERASE-BETA RECOGNIZES SINGLE-STRANDED-DNA USING 2 DIFFERENT BINDING MODES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    46. STRAUSS PR; HOLT CM
      DOMAIN MAPPING OF HUMAN APURINIC APYRIMIDINIC ENDONUCLEASE - STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL, EVIDENCE FOR A DISORDERED AMINO-TERMINUS AND A TIGHT GLOBULAR CARBOXYL DOMAIN/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    47. ARSLAN T; ABRAHAM AT; HECHT SM
      DNA DUPLEXES CONTAINING 3'-DEOXYNUCLEOTIDES AS SUBSTRATES FOR DNA TOPOISOMERASE-I CLEAVAGE AND LIGATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    48. KIM K; BIADE S; MATSUMOTO Y
      INVOLVEMENT OF FLAP ENDONUCLEASE-1 IN BASE EXCISION DNA-REPAIR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. BURGERS PMJ
      EUKARYOTIC DNA-POLYMERASES IN DNA-REPLICATION AND DNA-REPAIR

      Chromosoma
    50. Kool, ET
      Replication of non-hydrogen bonded bases by DNA polymerases: A mechanism for steric matching

      BIOPOLYMERS
    51. ROLL C; KETTERLE C; FAIBIS V; FAZAKERLEY GV; BOULARD Y
      CONFORMATIONS OF NICKED AND GAPPED DNA STRUCTURES BY NMR AND MOLECULAR DYNAMIC SIMULATIONS IN WATER

      Biochemistry
    52. BELMONT P; BOUDALI A; CONSTANT JF; DEMEUNYNCK M; FKYERAT A; MICHON P; SERRATRICE G; LHOMME J
      EFFICIENT AND VERSATILE CHEMICAL TOOLS FOR CLEAVAGE OF ABASIC SITES IN DNA

      New journal of chemistry
    53. HARRISON L; ASCIONE AG; TAKIGUCHI Y; WILSON DM; CHEN DJ; DEMPLE B
      COMPARISON OF THE PROMOTERS OF THE MOUSE (APEX) AND HUMAN (APE) APURINIC ENDONUCLEASE GENES

      Mutation research. DNA repair
    54. BUDD ME; CAMPBELL JL
      THE ROLES OF THE EUKARYOTIC DNA-POLYMERASES IN DNA-REPAIR SYNTHESIS

      Mutation research. DNA repair
    55. MANOHARAN M; ANDRADE LK; MOHAN V; FREIER SM; COOK PD
      OLIGONUCLEOTIDE CONJUGATES DERIVED FROM AN ELECTROPHILIC SITE - CONJUGATION TO BASELESS CARBOHYDRATE RESIDUE - SYNTHESIS, HYBRIDIZATION ANDMODELING STUDIES

      Nucleosides & nucleotides
    56. SHIMIZU H; YAGI R; KIMURA Y; MAKINO K; TERATO H; OHYAMA Y; IDE H
      REPLICATION BYPASS AND MUTAGENIC EFFECT OF ALPHA-DEOXYADENOSINE SITE-SPECIFICALLY INCORPORATED INTO SINGLE-STRANDED VECTORS

      Nucleic acids research
    57. MURATAKAMIYA N; KAMIYA H; KAJI H; KASAI H
      GLYOXAL, A MAJOR PRODUCT OF DNA OXIDATION, INDUCES MUTATIONS AT G-C SITES ON A SHUTTLE VECTOR PLASMID REPLICATED IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Nucleic acids research
    58. ROLL C; KETTERLE C; BOULARD Y; FAZAKERLEY GV
      STRUCTURE OF OLIGONUCLEOTIDES WITH EITHER A STRAND BREAK OR A BULGED NUCLEOTIDE

      Biochimie
    59. MURATAKAMIYA N; KAMIYA H; KAJI H; KASAI H
      MUTATIONAL SPECIFICITY OF GLYOXAL, A PRODUCT OF DNA OXIDATION, IN THELACI GENE OF WILD-TYPE ESCHERICHIA-COLI W3110

      Mutation research
    60. HANG B; ROTHWELL DG; SAGI J; HICKSON ID; SINGER B
      EVIDENCE FOR A COMMON ACTIVE-SITE FOR CLEAVAGE OF AN AP SITE AND THE BENZENE-DERIVED EXOCYCLIC ADDUCT, 3,N-4-BENZETHENO-DC, IN THE MAJOR HUMAN AP ENDONUCLEASE

      Biochemistry
    61. NICHOLL ID; NEALON K; KENNY MK
      RECONSTITUTION OF HUMAN BASE EXCISION-REPAIR WITH PURIFIED PROTEINS

      Biochemistry
    62. GASPER SM; SCHUSTER GB
      INTRAMOLECULAR PHOTOINDUCED ELECTRON-TRANSFER TO ANTHRAQUINONES LINKED TO DUPLEX DNA - THE EFFECT OF GAPS AND TRAPS ON LONG-RANGE RADICAL-CATION MIGRATION

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    63. NELSON HCM; BESTOR TH
      BASE EVERSION AND SHUFFLING BY DNA METHYLTRANSFERASES

      Chemistry & biology
    64. PURMAL AA; RABOW LE; LAMPMAN GW; CUNNINGHAM RP; KOW YW
      A COMMON MECHANISM OF ACTION FOR THE N-GLYCOSYLASE ACTIVITY OF DNA N-GLYCOSYLASE AP LYASES FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI AND T4/

      Mutation research. DNA repair
    65. KUNG HC; WANG KY; PARKER SA; GOLJER I; BOLTON PH
      NMR-BASED STRUCTURAL STUDIES OF DAMAGED DNAS

      Magnetic resonance in chemistry
    66. NEALON K; NICHOLL ID; KENNY MK
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DNA-POLYMERASE REQUIREMENT OF HUMAN BASE EXCISION-REPAIR

      Nucleic acids research
    67. BISHOP RE; PAULY GT; MOSCHEL RC
      O-6-ETHYLGUANINE AND O-6-BENZYLGUANINE INCORPORATED SITE-SPECIFICALLYIN CODON-12 OF THE RAT H-RAS GENE INDUCE SEMI-TARGETED AS WELL AS TARGETED MUTATIONS IN RAT4 CELLS

      Carcinogenesis
    68. LAWRENCE CW; BORDEN A; WOODGATE R
      ANALYSIS OF THE MUTAGENIC PROPERTIES OF THE UMUDC, MUCAB AND RUMAB PROTEINS, USING A SITE-SPECIFIC ABASIC LESION

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    69. PRASAD R; SINGHAL RK; SRIVASTAVA DK; MOLINA JT; TOMKINSON AE; WILSON SH
      SPECIFIC INTERACTION OF DNA-POLYMERASE-BETA AND DNA-LIGASE-I IN A MULTIPROTEIN BASE EXCISION-REPAIR COMPLEX FROM BOVINE TESTIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. PETRAUSKENE OV; GROMOVA ES; ROMANOVA EA; VOLKOV EM; ORETSKAYA TS; SHABAROVA ZA
      DNA DUPLEXES CONTAINING METHYLATED BASES OR NON-NUCLEOTIDE INSERTS INTHE RECOGNITION SITE ARE CLEAVED BY RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE R-CENTER-DOT-ECORII IN PRESENCE OF CANONICAL SUBSTRATE

      Gene
    71. KAMIYA H; MIURA H; MURATAKAMIYA N; ISHIKAWA H; SAKAGUCHI T; INOUE H; SASAKI T; MASUTANI C; HANAOKA F; NISHIMURA S; OHTSUKA E
      8-HYDROXYADENINE (7,8-DIHYDRO-8-OXOADENINE) INDUCES MISINCORPORATION IN IN-VITRO DNA-SYNTHESIS AND MUTATIONS IN NIH 3T3 CELLS

      Nucleic acids research
    72. KAMIYA H; MURATAKAMIYA N; KOIZUME S; INOUE H; NISHIMURA S; OHTSUKA E
      8-HYDROXYGUANINE (7,8-DIHYDRO-8-OXOGUANINE) IN HOT-SPOTS OF THE C-HA-RAS GENE - EFFECTS OF SEQUENCE CONTEXTS ON MUTATION SPECTRA

      Carcinogenesis
    73. IDE H; SHIMIZU H; KIMURA Y; SAKAMOTO S; MAKINO K; GLACKIN M; WALLACE SS; NAKAMUTA H; SASAKI M; SUGIMOTO N
      INFLUENCE OF ALPHA-DEOXYADENOSINE ON THE STABILITY AND STRUCTURE OF DNA - THERMODYNAMIC AND MOLECULAR MECHANICS STUDIES

      Biochemistry
    74. FRANCOIS P; MUZZIN P; DECHAMPS M; SONVEAUX E
      THE INCORPORATION OF FLEXIBLE HYDROPHOBIC CHAINS INTO DOUBLE-STRANDEDDNA - THE CONSEQUENCES FOR STABILITY

      New journal of chemistry
    75. DIANOV G; LINDAHL T
      RECONSTITUTION OF THE DNA-BASE EXCISION-REPAIR PATHWAY

      Current biology
    76. RAVIKUMAR VT; WYRZYKIEWICZ TK; MOHAN V; COLE DL
      STRUCTURAL INVESTIGATION OF MODEL DEADENYLATED OLIGONUCLEOTIDE PHOSPHOROTHIOATE ANALOG OF ISIS-2105

      Nucleosides & nucleotides
    77. OHTSUKA E
      SYNTHESIS AND FUNCTIONAL-STUDIES ON NUCLEIC-ACIDS - PROBLEMS RELATED TO SYNTHETIC RAS GENES

      Yakugaku zasshi
    78. OHTSUKA E
      SYNTHESIS AND FUNCTIONAL-STUDIES ON NUCLEIC-ACIDS - PROBLEMS RELATED TO SYNTHETIC RAS GENES

      Yakugaku zasshi
    79. SAPARBAEV M; LAVAL J
      EXCISION OF HYPOXANTHINE FROM DNA CONTAINING DIMP RESIDUES BY THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI, YEAST, RAT, AND HUMAN ALKYLPURINE DNA GLYCOSYLASES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    80. NETO JBC; CABRAL REC; MARGOT A; LEPAGE F; SARASIN A; GENTIL A
      CODING PROPERTIES OF A UNIQUE APURINIC APYRIMIDINIC SITE REPLICATED IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    81. SANCAR A; TANG MS
      NUCLEOTIDE EXCISION REPAIR

      Photochemistry and photobiology
    82. LAWRENCE CW; GIBBS PEM; BORDEN A; HORSFALL MJ; KILBEY BJ
      MUTAGENESIS INDUCED BY SINGLE UV PHOTOPRODUCTS IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI AND YEAST

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    83. KAMIYA H; SUZUKI M; OHTSUKA E
      MUTATION-SPECTRUM OF A TRUE ABASIC SITE IN CODON 12 OF A C-HA-RAS GENE IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      FEBS letters


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