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    1. Tsuzuki, T; Egashira, A; Kura, S
      Analysis of MTH1 gene function in mice with targeted mutagenesis

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    2. Divine, KK; Gilliland, FD; Crowell, RE; Stidley, CA; Bocklage, TJ; Cook, DL; Belinsky, SA
      The XRCC1 399 glutamine allele is a risk factor for adenocarcinoma of the lung

      MUTATION RESEARCH-DNA REPAIR
    3. David-Cordonnier, MH; Boiteux, S; O'Neill, P
      Excision of 8-oxoguanine within clustered damage by the yeast OGG1 protein

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    4. Hsu, IC; Shih, WK; Lovchik, J; Wang, YH; Kong, D
      Mismatch cleavage detects pathogenic microorganisms

      DIAGNOSTIC MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY
    5. Agapakis-Causse, C; Bosca, F; Castell, JV; Hernandez, D; Marin, ML; Marrot, L; Miranda, MA
      Tiaprofenic acid-photosensitized damage to nucleic acids: A mechanistic study using complementary in vitro approaches

      PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY
    6. Minowa, O; Arai, T; Hirano, M; Monden, Y; Nakai, S; Fukuda, M; Itoh, M; Takano, H; Hippou, Y; Aburatani, H; Masumura, K; Nohmi, T; Nishimura, S; Noda, T
      Mmh/Ogg1 gene inactivation results in accumulation of 8-hydroxyguanine in mice

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    7. Reddy, YVR; Rao, DN
      Binding of EcoP15I DNA methyltransferase to DNA reveals a large structuraldistortion within the recognition sequence

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    8. Taylor, GR; Deeble, J
      Enzymatic methods for mutation scanning

      GENETIC ANALYSIS-BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING
    9. Kuluncsics, Z; Perdiz, D; Brulay, E; Muel, B; Sage, E
      Wavelength dependence of ultraviolet-induced DNA damage distribution: involvement of direct or indirect mechanisms and possible artefacts

      JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY
    10. Purohit, S; Arenaz, P
      Molecular cloning, sequence and structure analysis of hamster apurinic/apyrimidinic endonuclease (chAPE1) gene

      MUTATION RESEARCH-DNA REPAIR
    11. Boturyn, D; Constant, JF; Defrancq, E; Lhomme, J; Barbin, A; Wild, CP
      A simple and sensitive method for in vitro quantitation of abasic sites inDNA

      CHEMICAL RESEARCH IN TOXICOLOGY
    12. Oh, SH; Song, DW; Lee, MY
      Prokaryotic expression and characterization of human AP DNA endonuclease

      YONSEI MEDICAL JOURNAL
    13. Horvathova, E; Slamenova, D; Gabelova, A
      Use of single cell gel electrophoresis (comet assay) modifications for analysis of DNA damage

      GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOPHYSICS
    14. Glavin, AA; Mikhailenko, PM; Sheptalina, AA; Osinsky, SP; Rubenchik, BL
      The effect of balm "Vizar" on synthesis of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) from its precursors in vivo and in vitro

      EXPERIMENTAL ONCOLOGY
    15. Taylor, GR
      Enzymatic and chemical cleavage methods

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    16. Bazar, LS; Collier, GB; Vanek, PG; Siles, BA; Kow, YW; Doetsch, PW; Cunningham, RP; Chirikjian, JG
      Mutation identification DNA analysis system (MIDAS) for detection of knownmutations

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    17. Slamenova, D; Horvathova, E; Ruzekova, L; Collins, AR
      Use of SCGE combined with DNA repair enzymes and pH variations in analysisof DNA breaks induced by H2O2 and MNNG

      NEOPLASMA
    18. Jeltsch, A; Roth, M; Friedrich, T
      Mutational analysis of target base flipping by the EcoRV adenine-N-6 DNA methyltransferase

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    19. Dauter, Z; Persson, R; Rosengren, AM; Nyman, PO; Wilson, KS; Cedergren-Zeppezauer, ES
      Crystal structure of dUTPase from equine infectious anaemia virus; active site metal binding in a substrate analogue complex

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    20. Zerbe, LK; Goodman, MF; Efrati, E; Kuchta, RD
      Abasic template lesions are strong chain terminators for DNA primase but not for DNA polymerase alpha during the synthesis of new DNA strands

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    21. Jourdan, M; Garcia, J; Defrancq, E; Kotera, M; Lhomme, J
      2 '-deoxyribonolactone lesion in DNA: Refined solution structure determined by nuclear magnetic resonance and molecular modeling

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    22. KUBAREVA EA; VASILENKO NL; VOROBJEVA OV; VOLKOV EM; ORETSKAYA TS; KORSHUNOVA GA; NEVINSKY GA
      ROLE OF DNA DEFINITE STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN INTERACTION WITH REPAIR ENZYME URACIL-DNA GLYCOSYLASE

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    23. HSU IC; HIGHSMITH WE; XU JF; KONG DH
      MISMATCH CLEAVAGE DETECTS BASE DELETION IN CYSTIC-FIBROSIS GENE

      BioTechniques
    24. PRIEME H; LOFT S; KLARLUND M; GRONBAEK K; TONNESEN P; POULSEN HE
      EFFECT OF SMOKING CESSATION ON OXIDATIVE DNA MODIFICATION ESTIMATED BY 8-OXO-7,8-DIHYDRO-2'-DEOXYGUANOSINE EXCRETION

      Carcinogenesis
    25. ROBERTS RJ; CHENG XD
      BASE FLIPPING

      Annual review of biochemistry
    26. BEGER RD; BOLTON PH
      STRUCTURES OF APURINIC AND APYRIMIDINIC SITES IN DUPLEX DNAS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    27. HSU IC; SHIH WK; KONG DH; XU JF
      FREEING THE TARGET DNA FOR AMPLIFYING MISMATCH CLEAVED PRODUCTS

      Analytical biochemistry (Print)
    28. 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
    29. CADET J; DOUKI T; RAVANAT JL
      ARTIFACTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE MEASUREMENT OF OXIDIZED DNA BASES

      Environmental health perspectives
    30. WEINFELD M; LEE J; GU RQ; KARIMIBUSHERI F; CHEN D; ALLALUNISTURNER J
      USE OF A POSTLABELING ASSAY TO EXAMINE THE REMOVAL OF RADIATION-INDUCED DNA LESIONS BY PURIFIED ENZYMES AND HUMAN CELL-EXTRACTS

      Mutation research
    31. LLOYD RS; CHENG XD
      MECHANISTIC LINK BETWEEN DNA METHYLTRANSFERASES AND DNA-REPAIR ENZYMES BY BASE FLIPPING

      Biopolymers
    32. SAGE E; ROUSSET S; PERDIZ D; MARTIN C; BALANZAT E
      DETECTION OF DNA-DAMAGE INDUCED BY LOW AN D HIGH TEL IONIZING-RADIATIONS

      Journal de chimie physique et de physico-chimie biologique
    33. KUNG HC; WANG KY; PARKER SA; GOLJER I; BOLTON PH
      NMR-BASED STRUCTURAL STUDIES OF DAMAGED DNAS

      Magnetic resonance in chemistry
    34. SHIDA T; NODA M; SEKIGUCHI J
      CLEAVAGE OF SINGLE-STRANDED AND DOUBLE-STRANDED DNAS CONTAINING AN ABASIC RESIDUE BY ESCHERICHIA-COLI EXONUCLEASE-III (AP ENDONUCLEASE-VI)

      Nucleic acids research
    35. SANDER M; BENHAIM D
      DROSOPHILA RRP1 3'-EXONUCLEASE - DEMONSTRATION OF DNA-SEQUENCE DEPENDENCE AND DNA STRAND SPECIFICITY

      Nucleic acids research
    36. WEBSTER RP; GAWDE MD; BHATTACHARYA RK
      MODULATION OF CARCINOGEN-INDUCED DNA-DAMAGE AND REPAIR ENZYME-ACTIVITY BY DIETARY RIBOFLAVIN

      Cancer letters
    37. WEBSTER RP; GAWDE MD; BHATTACHARYA RK
      PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF RUTIN, A FLAVONOL GLYCOSIDE, ON THE CARCINOGEN-INDUCED DNA-DAMAGE AND REPAIR ENZYMES IN RATS

      Cancer letters
    38. HANG B; CHENNA A; RAO S; SINGER B
      1,N-6-ETHENOADENINE AND 3,N-4-ETHENOCYTOSINE ARE EXCISED BY SEPARATE HUMAN DNA GLYCOSYLASES

      Carcinogenesis
    39. SZAKMARY A; HUANG SM; CHANG DT; BEACHY PA; SANDER M
      OVEREXPRESSION OF A RRP1 TRANSGENE REDUCES THE SOMATIC MUTATION AND RECOMBINATION FREQUENCY INDUCED BY OXIDATIVE DNA-DAMAGE IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    40. PARDINI RS
      TOXICITY OF OXYGEN FROM NATURALLY-OCCURRING REDOX-ACTIVE PRO-OXIDANTS

      Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology
    41. SARKER AH; WATANABE S; AKIYAMA K; NAKAGAWA Y; WAKABAYASHI H; TAN YS; SEKI S
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AN AP ENDONUCLEASE DNA 3'REPAIR DIESTERASE FROM MOUSE ASCITES SARCOMA-CELLS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    42. SANCAR A
      DNA-REPAIR IN HUMANS

      Annual review of genetics
    43. MARTIN F; MARANON C; OLIVARES M; ALONSO C; LOPEZ MC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A NON-LONG TERMINAL REPEAT RETROTRANSPOSON CDNA (L1TC) FROM TRYPANOSOMA-CRUZI - HOMOLOGY OF THE FIRST ORF WITH THE APE FAMILY OF DNA-REPAIR ENZYMES

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    44. GOLJER I; KUMAR S; BOLTON PH
      REFINED SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF A DNA HETERODUPLEX CONTAINING AN ALDEHYDIC ABASIC SITE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    45. SANDER M; HUANG SM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE NUCLEASE ACTIVITY OF DROSOPHILA RRPL ON PHOSPHOGLYCOLATE-MODIFIED AND PHOSPHATE-MODIFIED DNA 3'-TERMINI

      Biochemistry
    46. DEOLIVEIRA R; VANDERKEMP PA; THOMAS D; GEIGER A; NEHLS P; BOITEUX S
      FORMAMIDOPYRIMIDINE DNA GLYCOSYLASE IN THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Nucleic acids research
    47. TAKESHITA M; EISENBERG W
      MECHANISM OF MUTATION ON DNA TEMPLATES CONTAINING SYNTHETIC ABASIC SITES - STUDY WITH A DOUBLE-STRAND VECTOR

      Nucleic acids research
    48. AKIYAMA K; SEKI S; OSHIDA T; YOSHIDA MC
      STRUCTURE, PROMOTER ANALYSIS AND CHROMOSOMAL ASSIGNMENT OF THE HUMAN APEX GENE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    49. KUNZ BA; HENSON ES; ROCHE H; RAMOTAR D; NUNOSHIBA T; DEMPLE B
      SPECIFICITY OF THE MUTATOR CAUSED BY DELETION OF THE YEAST STRUCTURALGENE (APN1) FOR THE MAJOR APURINIC ENDONUCLEASE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    50. TERASHIMA I; YAMAGATA Y; YAMAGAMI N; KOHDA K
      DEMETHYLATION OF O-6-METHYLGUANIUE IN DNA BY O-6-METHYLGUANINE-DNA METHYLTRANSFERASE - SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF O-6,9-DIMETHYLGUANINE COORDINATED WITH CISPLATIN AT THE N7-POSITION

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    51. SINGH MP; HILL GC; PEOCH D; RAYNER B; IMBACH JL; LOWN JW
      HIGH-FIELD NMR AND RESTRAINED MOLECULAR MODELING STUDIES ON A DNA HETERODUPLEX CONTAINING A MODIFIED APURINIC ABASIC SITE IN THE FORM OF COVALENTLY-LINKED 9-AMINOELLIPTICINE

      Biochemistry
    52. HIBINO Y; KUSASHIO E; TERAKAWA T; SUGANO N
      ENHANCEMENT OF AN MG2-DEPENDENT NUCLEASE ACTIVITY IN RAT-LIVER CELLS EXPOSED TO CISPLATIN()

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    53. BOITEUX S
      PROPERTIES AND BIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS OF THE NTH AND FPG PROTEINS OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI - 2 DNA GLYCOSYLASES THAT REPAIR OXIDATIVE DAMAGE IN DNA

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    54. RAJEWSKY MF
      TRANSGENIC CANCER RESISTANT MICE CARRYING THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI O(6)-ALKYLGUANINE-DNA ALKYLTRANSFERASE GENE, ADA

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    55. GU LY; HUANG SM; SANDER M
      DROSOPHILA RRP1 COMPLEMENTS ESCHERICHIA-COLI XTH NFO MUTANTS - PROTECTION AGAINST BOTH OXIDATIVE AND ALKYLATION-INDUCED DNA-DAMAGE

      Nucleic acids research
    56. CHEN DS; LAW C; KENG P
      REDUCTION OF RADIATION CYTOTOXICITY BY HUMAN APURINIC ENDONUCLEASE INA RADIATION-SENSITIVE ESCHERICHIA-COLI MUTANT

      Radiation research
    57. BOITEUX S; YEUNG AT; SAGE E
      ENZYMATIC RECOGNITION AND BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF DNA DAMAGE INDUCED BY3-CARBETHOXYPSORALEN PLUS UVA

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    58. REID TM; LOEB LA
      EFFECT OF DNA-REPAIR ENZYMES ON MUTAGENESIS BY OXYGEN-FREE RADICALS

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    59. CAI H; BLOOM LB; ERITJA R; GOODMAN MF
      KINETICS OF DEOXYRIBONUCLEOTIDE INSERTION AND EXTENSION AT ABASIC TEMPLATE LESIONS IN DIFFERENT SEQUENCE CONTEXTS USING HIV-1 REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    60. MOROHOSHI F; HAYASHI K; MUNAKATA N
      BACILLUS-SUBTILIS-ALKA GENE ENCODING INDUCIBLE 3-METHYLADENINE DNA GLYCOSYLASE IS ADJACENT TO THE ADA OPERON

      Journal of bacteriology
    61. 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
    62. FKYERAT A; DEMEUNYNCK M; CONSTANT JF; MICHON P; LHOMME J
      A NEW CLASS OF ARTIFICIAL NUCLEASES THAT RECOGNIZE AND CLEAVE APURINIC SITES IN DNA WITH GREAT SELECTIVITY AND EFFICIENCY

      Journal of the American Chemical Society


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