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    1. Mitra, S; Boldogh, I; Izumi, T; Hazra, TK
      Complexities of the DNA base excision repair pathway for repair of oxidative DNA damage

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MUTAGENESIS
    2. Kannouche, P; Broughton, BC; Volker, M; Hanaoka, F; Mullenders, LHF; Lehmann, AR
      Domain structure, localization, and function of DNA polymerase eta, defective in xeroderma pigmentosum variant cells

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    3. Yang, HJ; Clendenin, WM; Wong, D; Demple, B; Slupska, MM; Chiang, JH; Miller, JH
      Enhanced activity of adenine-DNA glycosylase (Myh) by apurinic/apyrimidinic endonuclease (Ape1) in mammalian base excision repair of an A/GO mismatch

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    4. Mass, G; Nethanel, T; Lavrik, OI; Wold, MS; Kaufmann, G
      Replication protein A modulates its interface with the primed DNA templateduring RNA-DNA primer elongation in replicating SV40 chromosomes

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    5. Prost, S; Sheahan, S; Rannie, D; Harrison, DJ
      Adenovirus-mediated Cre deletion of floxed sequences in primary mouse cells is an efficient alternative for studies of gene deletion

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    6. Caldecott, KW
      Mammalian DNA single-strand break repair: an X-ra(y)ted affair

      BIOESSAYS
    7. Nilsen, H; Krokan, HE
      Base excision repair in a network of defence and tolerance

      CARCINOGENESIS
    8. Matsumoto, Y
      Molecular mechanism of PCNA-dependent base excision repair

      PROGRESS IN NUCLEIC ACID RESEARCH AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, VOL 68
    9. Parker, A; Gu, YS; Mahoney, W; Lee, SH; Singh, KK; Lu, AL
      Human homolog of the MutY repair protein (hMYH) physically interacts with proteins involved in long patch DNA base excision repair

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Bennett, SE; Sung, JS; Mosbaugh, DW
      Fidelity of uracil-initiated base excision DNA repair in DNA polymerase beta-proficient and -deficient mouse embryonic fibroblast cell extracts

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Frank, G; Qiu, JH; Zheng, L; Shen, BH
      Stimulation of eukaryotic flap endonuclease-1 activities by proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) is independent of its in vitro interaction via a consensus PCNA binding region

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Dianova, II; Bohr, VA; Dianov, GL
      Interaction of human AP endonuclease 1 with flap endonuclease 1 and proliferating cell nuclear antigen involved in long-patch base excision repair

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Xu, H; Zhang, P; Liu, L; Lee, HYWT
      A novel PCNA-binding motif identified by the fanning of a random peptide display library

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. Canitrot, Y; Hoffmann, JS; Calsou, P; Hayakawa, H; Salles, B; Cazaux, C
      Nucleotide excision repair DNA synthesis by excess DNA polymerase beta: a potential source of genetic instability in cancer cells

      FASEB JOURNAL
    15. Izumi, T; Hazra, TK; Boldogh, I; Tomkinson, AE; Park, MS; Ikeda, S; Mitra, S
      Requirement for human AP endonuclease 1 for repair of 3 '-blocking damage at DNA single-strand breaks induced by reactive oxygen species

      CARCINOGENESIS
    16. Fujise, K; Zhang, D; Liu, JL; Yeh, ETH
      Regulation of apoptosis and cell cycle progression by MCL1 - Differential role of proliferating cell nuclear antigen

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Vispe, S; Satoh, MS
      DNA repair patch-mediated double strand DNA break formation in human cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Kang, HY; Choi, E; Bae, SH; Lee, KH; Gim, BS; Kim, HD; Park, C; MacNeill, SA; Seo, YS
      Genetic analyses of Schizosaccharomyces pombe dna2(+) reveal that Dna2 plays an essential role in Okazaki fragment metabolism

      GENETICS
    19. Gennery, AR; Cant, AJ; Jeggo, PA
      Immunodeficiency associated with DNA repair defects

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL IMMUNOLOGY
    20. Haltiwanger, BM; Matsumoto, Y; Nicolas, E; Dianov, GL; Bohr, VA; Taraschi, TF
      DNA base excision repair in human malaria parasites is predominantly by a long-patch pathway

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    21. Rossi, R; Villa, A; Negri, C; Scovassi, I; Ciarrocchi, G; Biamonti, G; Montecucco, A
      The replication factory targeting sequence/PCNA-binding site is required in G(1) to control the phosphorylation status of DNA ligase I

      EMBO JOURNAL
    22. Wu, XH; Braithwaite, E; Wang, ZG
      DNA ligation during excision repair in yeast cell-free extracts is specifically catalyzed by the CDC9 gene product

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    23. Selbert, S; Bentley, DJ; Melton, DW; Rannie, D; Lourenco, P; Watson, CJ; Clarke, AR
      Efficient BLG-Cre mediated gene deletion in the mammary gland

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    24. STUCKI M; PASCUCCI B; PARLANTI E; FORTINI P; WILSON SH; HUBSCHER U; DOGLIOTTI E
      MAMMALIAN BASE EXCISION-REPAIR BY DNA-POLYMERASE-DELTA AND DNA-POLYMERASE-EPSILON

      Oncogene
    25. HU Y; SU L; SNOW ET
      ARSENIC TOXICITY IS ENZYME SPECIFIC AND ITS AFFECTS ON LIGATION ARE NOT CAUSED BY THE DIRECT INHIBITION OF DNA-REPAIR ENZYMES

      Mutation research. DNA repair
    26. CARDOSO MC; LEONHARDT H
      PROTEIN TARGETING TO SUBNUCLEAR HIGHER-ORDER STRUCTURES - A NEW LEVELOF REGULATION AND COORDINATION OF NUCLEAR PROCESSES

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    27. Leonhardt, H; Rahn, HP; Cardoso, MC
      Intranuclear targeting of DNA replication factors

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    28. KARIMIBUSHERI F; LEE J; TOMKINSON AE; WEINFELD M
      REPAIR OF DNA STRAND GAPS AND NICKS CONTAINING 3'-PHOSPHATE AND 5'-HYDROXYL TERMINI BY PURIFIED MAMMALIAN ENZYMES

      Nucleic acids research
    29. WARBRICK E; HEATHERINGTON W; LANE DP; GLOVER DN
      PCNA BINDING-PROTEINS IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER - THE ANALYSIS OF A CONSERVED PCNA BINDING DOMAIN

      Nucleic acids research
    30. MONTECUCCO A; ROSSI R; LEVIN DS; GARY R; PARK MS; MOTYCKA TA; CIARROCCHI G; VILLA A; BIAMONTI G; TOMKINSON AE
      DNA-LIGASE-I IS RECRUITED TO SITES OF DNA-REPLICATION BY AN INTERACTION WITH PROLIFERATING CELL NUCLEAR ANTIGEN - IDENTIFICATION OF A COMMON TARGETING MECHANISM FOR THE ASSEMBLY OF REPLICATION FACTORIES

      EMBO journal (Print)
    31. NICOLAS N; MOSHOUS D; CAVAZZANACALVO M; PAPADOPOULO D; DECHASSEVAL RG; LEDEIST F; FISCHER A; DEVILLARTAY JP
      A HUMAN SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNODEFICIENCY (SCID) CONDITION WITH INCREASED SENSITIVITY TO IONIZING-RADIATIONS AND IMPAIRED V(D)J REARRANGEMENTS DEFINES A NEW DNA RECOMBINATION REPAIR DEFICIENCY/

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    32. PRASAD R; BEARD WA; STRAUSS PR; WILSON SH
      HUMAN DNA-POLYMERASE-BETA DEOXYRIBOSE PHOSPHATE LYASE - SUBSTRATE-SPECIFICITY AND CATALYTIC MECHANISM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    33. FORTINI P; PASCUCCI B; PARLANTI E; SOBOL RW; WILSON SH; DOGLIOTTI E
      DIFFERENT DNA-POLYMERASES ARE INVOLVED IN THE SHORT-PATCH AND LONG-PATCH BASE EXCISION-REPAIR IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Biochemistry
    34. LYNN S; YEW FH; CHEN KS; JAN KY
      REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES ARE INVOLVED IN NICKEL INHIBITION OF DNA-REPAIR

      Environmental and molecular mutagenesis
    35. SNOW ET
      THE ROLE OF DNA-REPAIR IN DEVELOPMENT

      Reproductive toxicology
    36. SAHN EE; HUSSEY RH; CHRISTMANN LM
      A CASE OF BLOOM-SYNDROME WITH CONJUNCTIVAL TELANGIECTASIA

      Pediatric dermatology
    37. MELTON DW; KETCHEN AM; SELFRIDGE J
      STABILITY OF HPRT MARKER GENE-EXPRESSION AT DIFFERENT GENE-TARGETED LOCI - OBSERVING AND OVERCOMING A POSITION EFFECT

      Nucleic acids research
    38. AOUFOUCHI S; SHALL S
      REGULATION BY PHOSPHORYLATION OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS POLY(ADP-RIBOSE) POLYMERASE ENZYME-ACTIVITY DURING OOCYTE MATURATION

      Biochemical journal
    39. RAMSDEN DA; PAULL TT; GELLERT M
      CELL-FREE V(D)J RECOMBINATION

      Nature
    40. RUMBAUGH JA; MURANTE RS; SHI S; BAMBARA RA
      CREATION AND REMOVAL OF EMBEDDED RIBONUCLEOTIDES IN CHROMOSOMAL DNA DURING MAMMALIAN OKAZAKI FRAGMENT PROCESSING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    41. AOUFOUCHI S; PATRICK T; LINDSAY HD; SHALL S; FORD CC
      POSTTRANSLATIONAL ACTIVATION OF NONHOMOLOGOUS DNA END-JOINING IN XENOPUS OOCYTE EXTRACTS

      European journal of biochemistry
    42. DANDEKAR T; KOCH G
      DNA AND MESSENGER-RNA SEQUENCE OF THE IMMUNE PROTECTIVE DNA-LIGASE-I GENE MATCH THE REV RESPONSE ELEMENT OF HIV

      DNA sequence
    43. WEST MJ; SULLIVAN NF; WILLIS AE
      TRANSLATIONAL UP-REGULATION OF THE C-MYC ONCOGENE IN BLOOMS SYNDROME CELL-LINES

      Oncogene
    44. PETRINI JHJ; WALSH ME; DIMARE C; CHEN XN; KORENBERG JR; WEAVER DT
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN MRE11 HOMOLOG

      Genomics
    45. MONTECUCCO A; SAVINI E; WEIGHARDT F; ROSSI R; CIARROCCHI G; VILLA A; BIAMONTI G
      THE N-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF HUMAN DNA-LIGASE-I CONTAINS THE NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION SIGNAL AND DIRECTS THE ENZYME TO SITES OF DNA-REPLICATION

      EMBO journal
    46. ARBISER JL
      GENETIC IMMUNODEFICIENCIES - CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS AND RECENT PROGRESS

      Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
    47. ABOUSSEKHRA A; BIGGERSTAFF M; SHIVJI MKK; VILPO JA; MONCOLLIN V; PODUST VN; PROTIC M; HUBSCHER U; EGLY JM; WOOD RD
      MAMMALIAN DNA NUCLEOTIDE EXCISION-REPAIR RECONSTITUTED WITH PURIFIED PROTEIN-COMPONENTS

      Cell
    48. NOCENTINI S
      COMET ASSAY ANALYSIS OF REPAIR OF DNA STRAND BREAKS IN NORMAL AND DEFICIENT HUMAN-CELLS EXPOSED TO RADIATIONS AND CHEMICALS - EVIDENCE FOR A REPAIR PATHWAY SPECIFICITY OF DNA LIGATION

      Radiation research
    49. AOUFOUCHI S; PRIGENT C; FORD C; THIEBAUD P; PHILIPPE M; THEZE N
      CYCLIN B P34(CDC2) TRIGGERS PHOSPHORYLATION OF DNA-LIGASE-I DURING XENOPUS-LAEVIS OOCYTE MATURATION/

      European journal of biochemistry
    50. LI L; YOO HY; BECKER FF; ALIOSMAN F; CHAN JYH
      IDENTIFICATION OF A BRAIN-SPECIFIC AND REPRODUCTIVE-ORGANS-SPECIFIC GENE RESPONSIVE TO DNA-DAMAGE AND RETINOIC-ACID

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    51. WEKSBERG R
      LOW-SISTER-CHROMATID-EXCHANGE BLOOM-SYNDROME CELL-LINES - AN IMPORTANT NEW TOOL FOR MAPPING THE BASIC GENETIC-DEFECT IN BLOOM-SYNDROME AND FOR UNRAVELING THE BIOLOGY OF HUMAN TUMOR-DEVELOPMENT

      American journal of human genetics
    52. OZAWA T; KONDO N; KATO Y; MOTOYOSHI F; SUZUKI Y; SHIMOZAWA N; KASAHARA K; ORII T
      A WILD-TYPE MU-S C-TERMINAL GENE IS EXPRESSED IN BLOOMS SYNDROME CELLS

      European journal of immunogenetics
    53. KUSUNOKI Y; HAYASHI T; HIRAI Y; KUSHIRO J; TATSUMI K; KURIHARA T; ZGHAL M; KAMOUN MR; TAKEBE H; JEFFREYS A; NAKAMURA N; AKIYAMA M
      INCREASED RATE OF SPONTANEOUS MITOTIC RECOMBINATION IN T-LYMPHOCYTES FROM A BLOOMS SYNDROME PATIENT USING A FLOW-CYTOMETRIC ASSAY AT HLA-A LOCUS

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    54. HELLGREN D; SAHLEN S; LJUNGQVIST S; KENNE K
      THE HUMAN RAD51 RECA HOMOLOG GENE IS NOT A CANDIDATE GENE FOR BLOOMS SYNDROME/

      Human genetics
    55. HUBSCHER U; SPADARI S
      DNA-REPLICATION AND CHEMOTHERAPY

      Physiological reviews
    56. GERMAN J; ROE AM; LEPPERT MF; ELLIS NA
      BLOOM-SYNDROME - AN ANALYSIS OF CONSANGUINEOUS FAMILIES ASSIGNS THE LOCUS MUTATED TO CHROMOSOME BAND 15Q26.1

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    57. RUNGER TM; BAUER C; DEKANT B; MOLLER K; SOBOTTA P; CZERNY C; POOT M; MARTIN GM
      HYPERMUTABLE LIGATION OF PLASMID DNA ENDS IN CELLS FROM PATIENTS WITHWERNER SYNDROME

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    58. WAGA S; BAUER G; STILLMAN B
      RECONSTITUTION OF COMPLETE SV40 DNA-REPLICATION WITH PURIFIED REPLICATION FACTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    59. TAYLOR AMR; MCCONVILLE CM; BYRD PJ
      CANCER AND DNA PROCESSING DISORDERS

      British Medical Bulletin
    60. NOGUIEZ P; JAULIN C; PRAZ F; KHELIL M; JEANPIERRE M; VIEGASPEQUIGNOT E; AMORGUERET M
      NO RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GENETIC INSTABILITY IN BLOOMS SYNDROME AND DNA HYPOMETHYLATION OF SOME MAJOR REPETITIVE SEQUENCES

      Human genetics
    61. LINDAHL T; PRIGENT C; BARNES DE; LEHMANN AR; SATOH MS; ROBERTS E; NASH RA; ROBINS P; DALY G
      DNA JOINING IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    62. SOMIA NV; JESSOP JK; MELTON DW
      PHENOTYPIC CORRECTION OF A HUMAN CELL-LINE (46BR) WITH ABERRANT DNA LIGASE-I ACTIVITY

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    63. VORECHOVSKY I; SCOTT D; HAENEY MR; WEBSTER DAB
      CHROMOSOMAL RADIOSENSITIVITY IN COMMON VARIABLE IMMUNE-DEFICIENCY

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    64. TURCHI JJ; BAMBARA RA
      COMPLETION OF MAMMALIAN LAGGING-STRAND DNA-REPLICATION USING PURIFIEDPROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    65. LEDO E
      PHOTODERMATOSES .2. CHEMICAL PHOTODERMATOSES AND DERMATOSES THAT CAN BE EXACERBATED, PRECIPITATED, OR PROVOKED BY LIGHT

      International journal of dermatology
    66. KONDO N; OZAWA T; KATO Y; MOTOYOSHI F; KASAHARA K; KAMEYAMA T; ORII T
      REDUCED SECRETED-MU MESSENGER-RNA SYNTHESIS IN SELECTIVE IGM DEFICIENCY OF BLOOMS SYNDROME

      Clinical and experimental immunology


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