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    1. Prival, MJ
      Anomalous mutagenicity profile of cyclohexanone oxime in bacteria: cell survival in background lawns

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    2. Bridges, B
      The two-step model for translesion synthesis: then and now

      MUTATION RESEARCH-DNA REPAIR
    3. Walker, GC
      Bryn Bridges and mutagenesis: exploring the intellectual space

      MUTATION RESEARCH-DNA REPAIR
    4. Woodgate, R
      Evolution of the two-step model for UV-mutagenesis

      MUTATION RESEARCH-DNA REPAIR
    5. Devoret, R
      At the birth of molecular radiation biology

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MUTAGENESIS
    6. Ferentz, AE; Walker, GC; Wagner, G
      Converting a DNA damage checkpoint effector (UmuD(2)C) into a lesion bypass polymerase (UmuD ' C-2)

      EMBO JOURNAL
    7. Sutton, MD; Walker, GC
      Managing DNA polymerases: Coordinating DNA replication, DNA repair, and DNA recombination

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    8. Sutton, MD; Farrow, MF; Burton, BM; Walker, GC
      Genetic interactions between the Escherichia coli umuDC gene products and the beta processivity clamp of the replicative DNA polymerase

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    9. Sutton, MD; Walker, GC
      umuDC-mediated cold sensitivity is a manifestation of functions of the UmuD(2)C complex involved in a DNA damage checkpoint control

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    10. Sutton, MD; Kim, M; Walker, GC
      Genetic and biochemical characterization of a novel umuD mutation: Insights into a mechanism for UmuD self-cleavage

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    11. Goodman, MF; Tippin, B
      The expanding polymerase universe

      NATURE REVIEWS MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY
    12. Koch, WH; de Henestrosa, ARF; Woodgate, R
      Identification of mucAB-like homologs on two IncT plasmids, R394 and Rts-1

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    13. Goodman, MF; Tippin, B
      Sloppier copier DNA polymerases involved in genome repair

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    14. Chattopadhyaya, R; Ghosh, K; Namboodiri, VMH
      Model of a LexA repressor dimer bound to recA operator

      JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE & DYNAMICS
    15. Campoy, S; de Rozas, AMP; Barbe, J; Badiola, I
      Virulence and mutation rates of Salmonella typhimurium strains with increased mutagenic strength in a mouse model

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    16. Gonzalez, M; Rasulova, F; Maurizi, MR; Woodgate, R
      Subunit-specific degradation of the UmuD/D ' heterodimer by the ClpXP protease: the role of trans recognition in UmuD ' stability

      EMBO JOURNAL
    17. Walker, GC
      Understanding the complexity of an organism's responses to DNA damage

      COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMPOSIA ON QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY
    18. Johnson, RE; Prakash, S; Prakash, L
      The human DINB1 gene encodes the DNA polymerase Pol theta

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    19. Zavilgelsky, GB
      Translesion synthesis, or molecular steeplechase

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    20. Frank, EG; Cheng, NQ; Do, CC; Cerritelli, ME; Bruck, I; Goodman, MF; Egelman, EH; Woodgate, R; Steven, AC
      Visualization of two binding sites for the Escherichia coli UmuD ' C-2 complex (DNA pol V) on RecA-ssDNA filaments

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    21. Murli, S; Opperman, T; Smith, BT; Walker, GC
      A role for the umuDC gene products of Escherichia coli in increasing resistance to DNA damage in stationary phase by inhibiting the transition to exponential growth

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    22. Wagner, J; Gruz, P; Kim, SR; Yamada, M; Matsui, K; Fuchs, RPP; Nohmi, T
      The dinB gene encodes a novel E-coli DNA polymerase, DNA pol IV, involved in mutagenesis

      MOLECULAR CELL
    23. Paetzel, M; Strynadka, NCJ
      Common protein architecture and binding sites in proteases utilizing a Ser/Lys dyad mechanism

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    24. Al Mamun, AAM; Rahman, MS; Humayun, MZ
      Escherichia coli cells bearing mutA, a mutant glyV tRNA gene, express a recA-dependent error-prone DNA replication activity

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    25. Burnouf, DY; Miturski, R; Fuchs, RPP
      Sequence context modulation of translesion synthesis at a single N-2-acetylaminofluorene adduct located within a mutation hot spot

      CHEMICAL RESEARCH IN TOXICOLOGY
    26. Woodgate, R
      A plethora of lesion-replicating DNA polymerases

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    27. McDonald, JP; Rapic-Otrin, V; Epstein, JA; Broughton, BC; Wang, XY; Lehmann, AR; Wolgemuth, DJ; Woodgate, R
      Novel human and mouse homologs of Saccharomyces cerevisiae DNA polymerase eta

      GENOMICS
    28. Friedberg, EC; Gerlach, VL
      Novel DNA polymerases offer clues to the molecular basis of mutagenesis

      CELL
    29. Gerlach, VL; Aravind, L; Gotway, G; Schultz, RA; Koonin, EV; Friedberg, EC
      Human and mouse homologs of Escherichia coli DinB (DNA polymerase IV), members of the UmuC/DinB superfamily

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    30. Tang, MJ; Shen, X; Frank, EG; O'Donnell, M; Woodgate, R; Goodman, MF
      UmuD ' C-2 is an error-prone DNA polymerase, Escherichia coli pol V

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    31. Opperman, T; Murli, S; Smith, BT; Walker, GC
      A model for a umuDC-dependent prokaryotic DNA danage checkpoint

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    32. Becherel, OJ; Fuchs, RPP
      SOS mutagenesis results from up-regulation of translesion synthesis

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    33. McDonald, JP; Peat, TS; Levine, AS; Woodgate, R
      Intermolecular cleavage by UmuD-like enzymes: Identification of residues required for cleavage and substrate specificity

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    34. Macphee, DG
      Adaptive mutability in bacteria

      JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    35. Venderbure, C; Chastanet, A; Boudsocq, F; Sommer, S; Bailone, A
      Inhibition of homologous recombination by the plasmid MucA'B complex

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

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    37. SIMIC D; VUKOVICGACIC B; KNEZEVICVUKCEVIC J
      DETECTION OF NATURAL BIOANTIMUTAGENS AND THEIR MECHANISMS OF ACTION WITH BACTERIAL ASSAY-SYSTEM

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    38. GRUZ P; MATSUI K; SOFUNI T; NOHMI T
      ROLES OF THE MUTAGENESIS PROTEINS SAMA'B AND MUCA'B IN CHEMICALLY-INDUCED FRAMESHIFT MUTAGENESIS IN SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM HISD3052

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    39. KULAEVA OI; KOONIN EV; WOOTTON JC; LEVINE AS; WOODGATE R
      UNUSUAL INSERTION ELEMENT POLYMORPHISMS IN THE PROMOTER AND TERMINATOR REGIONS OF THE MUCAB-LIKE GENES OF R471A AND R446B

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    40. BLANCO M; URIOS A; MARTINEZ A
      NEW ESCHERICHIA-COLI WP2 TESTER STRAINS HIGHLY SENSITIVE TO REVERSIONBY OXIDATIVE MUTAGENS

      Mutation research. Genetic toxicology and environmental mutagenesis
    41. REUVEN NB; TOMER G; LIVNEH Z
      THE MUTAGENESIS PROTEINS UMUD' AND UMUC PREVENT LETHAL FRAMESHIFTS WHILE INCREASING BASE SUBSTITUTION MUTATIONS

      MOLECULAR CELL
    42. Sedliakova, M
      A non-excision uvr-dependent DNA repair pathway of Escherichia coli (involvement of stress proteins)

      JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY
    43. SOMMER S; BOUDSOCQ F; DEVORET R; BAILONE A
      SPECIFIC RECA AMINO-ACID CHANGES AFFECT RECA-UMUD'C INTERACTION

      Molecular microbiology
    44. Gonzalez, M; Frank, EG; Levine, AS; Woodgate, R
      Lon-mediated proteolysis of the Escherichia coli UmuD mutagenesis protein:in vitro degradation and identification of residues required for proteolysis

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    45. YASUDA T; MORIMATSU K; HORII T; NAGATA T; OHMORI H
      INHIBITION OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI RECA COPROTEASE ACTIVITIES BY DINI

      EMBO journal
    46. MCDONALD JP; FRANK EG; LEVINE AS; WOODGATE R
      INTERMOLECULAR CLEAVAGE BY UMUD-LIKE MUTAGENESIS PROTEINS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    47. TOMER G; REUVEN NB; LIVNEH Z
      THE BETA-SUBUNIT SLIDING DNA CLAMP IS RESPONSIBLE FOR UNASSISTED MUTAGENIC TRANSLESION REPLICATION BY DNA-POLYMERASE-III HOLOENZYME

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    48. MCDONALD JP; MAURY EE; LEVINE AS; WOODGATE R
      REGULATION OF UMUD CLEAVAGE - ROLE OF THE AMINO-TERMINAL TAIL

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    49. KONOLA JT; GUZZO A; GOW JB; WALKER GC; KNIGHT KL
      DIFFERENTIAL CLEAVAGE OF LEXA AND UMUD MEDIATED BY RECA PRO67 MUTANTS- IMPLICATIONS FOR COMMON LEXA AND UMUD BINDING-SITES ON RECA

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    50. Rehrauer, WM; Bruck, I; Woodgate, R; Goodmann, MF; Kowalczykowski, SC
      Modulation of RecA nucleoprotein function by the mutagenic UmuD ' C protein complex

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    51. NASTRI HG; GUZZO A; LANGE CS; WALKER GC; KNIGHT KL
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE RECA PROTEIN L1 REGION IDENTIFIES THIS AREA AS A PROBABLE PART OF THE CO-PROTEASE SUBSTRATE-BINDING SITE

      Molecular microbiology
    52. WATANABEAKANUMA M; WOODGATE R; OHTA T
      ENHANCED GENERATION OF A-T-]T-A TRANSVERSIONS IN A RECA730 LEXA51(DEF) MUTANT OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Mutation research
    53. BOUDSOCQ F; CAMPBELL M; DEVORET R; BAILONE A
      QUANTITATION OF THE INHIBITION OF HFR-X-F- RECOMBINATION BY THE MUTAGENESIS COMPLEX-UMUD'C

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    54. PEAT TS; FRANK EG; MCDONALD JP; LEVINE AS; WOODGATE R; HENDRICKSON WA
      THE UMUD' PROTEIN FILAMENT AND ITS POTENTIAL ROLE IN DAMAGE-INDUCED MUTAGENESIS

      Structure
    55. GRZESIUK E; JANION C
      MMS-INDUCED MUTAGENESIS AND DNA-REPAIR IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI DNAQ49 - CONTRIBUTION OF UMUD' TO DNA-REPAIR

      Mutation research. DNA repair
    56. FINK SP; REDDY GR; MARNETT LJ
      RELATIVE CONTRIBUTION OF CYTOSINE DEAMINATION AND ERROR-PRONE REPLICATION TO THE INDUCTION OF PROPANODEOXYGUANOSINE -] DEOXYADENOSINE MUTATIONS IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Chemical research in toxicology
    57. WOODGATE R; LEVINE A
      DAMAGE-INDUCIBLE MUTAGENESIS - RECENT INSIGHTS INTO THE ACTIVITIES OFTHE UMU FAMILY OF MUTAGENESIS PROTEINS

      Cancer surveys
    58. PEAT TS; FRANK EG; MCDONALD JP; LEVINE AS; WOODGATE R; HENDRICKSON WA
      STRUCTURE OF THE UMUD' PROTEIN AND ITS REGULATION IN RESPONSE TO DNA-DAMAGE

      Nature
    59. KULAEVA OI; KOONIN EV; MCDONALD JP; RANDALL SK; RABINOVICH N; CONNAUGHTON JF; LEVINE AS; WOODGATE R
      IDENTIFICATION OF A DINB /UMUC HOMOLOG IN THE ARCHEON SULFOLOBUS-SOLFATARICUS/

      Mutation research
    60. URIOS A; BLANCO M
      INDUCTION OF SOS-INDEPENDENT MUTATIONS BY BENZO[A]PYRENE TREATMENT INESCHERICHIA-COLI-CELLS DEFICIENT IN MUTY OR MUTM DNA GLYCOSYLASES - POSSIBLE ROLE OF OXIDATIVE LESIONS

      Mutation research
    61. GRUZ P; MATSUI K; SOFUNI T; NOHMI T
      CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW SYSTEM FOR SEPARATE EXPRESSION OF MUTAGENESIS PROTEINS - THE ABILITIES TO PROMOTE UV MUTAGENESIS AND INTERCHANGEABILITY OF MUCA', MUCB, SAMA' AND SAMB PROTEINS IN SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM

      Mutation research
    62. URIOS A; BLANCO M
      SPECIFICITY OF SPONTANEOUS AND T-BUTYL HYDROPEROXIDE-INDUCED MUTATIONS IN DELTA-OXYR STRAINS OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI DIFFERING WITH RESPECT TO THE SOS MUTAGENESIS PROFICIENCY AND TO THE MUTY AND MUTM FUNCTIONS

      Mutation research
    63. CLERCH B; BRAVO JM; LLAGOSTERA M
      EFFICIENCY OF MUCAB AND ESCHERICHIA-COLI UMUDC PROTEINS IN QUINOLONE AND UV MUTAGENESIS IN SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM - EFFECT OF MUCA AND UMUDPROCESSING

      Mutation research
    64. BEBENEK A; PIETRZYKOWSKA I
      THE ISFA MUTATION INHIBITS MUTATOR ACTIVITY AND PROCESSING OF UMUD PROTEIN IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI RECA730 STRAINS

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    65. ISHIMORI K; SOMMER S; BAILONE A; TAKAHASHI M; COX MM; DEVORET R
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A MUTANT RECA PROTEIN THAT FACILITATES HOMOLOGOUSGENETIC-RECOMBINATION BUT NOT RECOMBINATIONAL DNA-REPAIR - RECA423

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    66. BRUCK I; WOODGATE R; MCENTEE K; GOODMAN MF
      PURIFICATION OF A SOLUBLE UMUD'C COMPLEX FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI - COOPERATIVE BINDING OF UMUD'C TO SINGLE-STRANDED-DNA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    67. SZEKERES ES; WOODGATE R; LAWRENCE CW
      SUBSTITUTION OF MUCAB OR RUMAB FOR UMUDC ALTERS THE RELATIVE FREQUENCIES OF THE 2 CLASSES OF MUTATIONS INDUCED BY A SITE-SPECIFIC T-T CYCLOBUTANE DIMER AND THE EFFICIENCY OF TRANSLESION DNA-SYNTHESIS

      Journal of bacteriology
    68. LEE MH; WALKER GC
      INTERACTIONS OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI UMUD WITH ACTIVATED RECA ANALYZED BYCROSS-LINKING UMUD MONOCYSTEINE DERIVATIVES

      Journal of bacteriology
    69. GUZZO A; LEE MH; ODA K; WALKER GC
      ANALYSIS OF THE REGION BETWEEN AMINO-ACID-30 AND AMINO-ACID-42 OF INTACT UMUD BY A MONOCYSTEINE APPROACH

      Journal of bacteriology
    70. LEE MH; GUZZO A; WALKER GC
      INHIBITION OF RECA-MEDIATED CLEAVAGE IN COVALENT DIMERS OF UMUD

      Journal of bacteriology
    71. ENNIS DG; LEVINE AS; KOCH WH; WOODGATE R
      ANALYSIS OF RECA MUTANTS WITH ALTERED SOS FUNCTIONS

      Mutation research. DNA repair
    72. HINTZ NJ; ENNIS DG; LIU WF; LARSEN SH
      THE RECA GENE OF CHLAMYDIA-TRACHOMATIS - CLONING, SEQUENCE, AND CHARACTERIZATION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      FEMS microbiology letters
    73. BLANCO M; HERRERA G; URIOS A
      INCREASED MUTABILITY BY OXIDATIVE STRESS IN OXYR-DEFICIENT ESCHERICHIA-COLI AND SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM CELLS - CLONAL OCCURRENCE OF THE MUTANTS DURING GROWTH ON NONSELECTIVE MEDIA

      Mutation research. Mutation research letters
    74. URIOS A; HERRERA G; BLANCO M
      DETECTION OF OXIDATIVE MUTAGENS IN STRAINS OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI DEFICIENT IN THE OXYR OR MUTY FUNCTIONS - DEPENDENCE ON SOS MUTAGENESIS

      Mutation research
    75. NOHMI T; YAMADA M; MATSUI K; WATANABE M; SOFUNI T
      SPECIFIC DISRUPTION OF SAMAB GENES IN A 60-MEGADALTON CRYPTIC PLASMIDOF SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM

      Mutation research
    76. DOYLE N; STRIKE P
      THE SPECTRA OF BASE SUBSTITUTIONS INDUCED BY THE IMPCAB, MUCAB AND UMUDC ERROR-PRONE DNA-REPAIR OPERONS DIFFER FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO METHYLMETHANESULFONATE

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    77. NOHMI T; YAMADA M; MATSUI M; MATSUI K; WATANABE M; SOFUNI T
      INVOLVEMENT OF UMUDC(ST) GENES IN NITROPYRENE-INDUCED -CG FRAMESHIFT MUTAGENESIS AT THE REPETITIVE CG SEQUENCE IN THE HISD3052 ALLELE OF SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    78. LUISIDELUCA C
      HOMOLOGOUS PAIRING OF SINGLE-STRANDED-DNA AND SUPERHELICAL DOUBLE-STRANDED DNA CATALYZED BY RECO PROTEIN FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Journal of bacteriology
    79. PALEJWALA VA; WANG G; MURPHY HS; HUMAYUN MZ
      FUNCTIONAL RECA, LEXA, UMUD, UMUC, POLA, AND POLB GENES ARE NOT REQUIRED FOR THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI UVM RESPONSE

      Journal of bacteriology
    80. KULAEVA OI; WOOTTON JC; LEVINE AS; WOODGATE R
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE UMU-COMPLEMENTING OPERON FROM R391

      Journal of bacteriology
    81. URIOS A; HERRERA G; ALEIXANDRE V; SOMMER S; BLANCO M
      MUTABILITY OF SALMONELLA TESTER STRAINS TA1538 (HISD3052) AND TA1535 (HISG46) CONTAINING THE UMUD' AND UMUC PROTEINS OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Environmental and molecular mutagenesis
    82. TORPEY LE; GIBBS PEM; NELSON J; LAWRENCE CW
      CLONING AND SEQUENCE OF REV7, A GENE WHOSE FUNCTION IS REQUIRED FOR DNA DAMAGE-INDUCED MUTAGENESIS IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Yeast
    83. URIOS A; HERRERA G; ALEIXANDRE V; BLANCO M
      INFLUENCE OF THE PROCESSING OF MUCA PROTEIN ON THE REVERSION OF THE FRAMESHIFT HISD3052 AND THE BASE SUBSTITUTION HISG46 MUTATIONS BY CHEMICAL MUTAGENS IN SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    84. WATANABE M; NOHMI T; OHTA T
      EFFECTS OF THE UMUDC, MUCAB, AND SAMAB OPERONS ON THE MUTATIONAL SPECIFICITY OF CHEMICAL MUTAGENESIS IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI .1. FRAMESHIFT MUTAGENESIS

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    85. QADRI SA; AHMAD M
      DAMAGE AND MUTAGENESIS OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI AND BACTERIOPHAGE-LAMBDA INDUCED BY OXATHIOLANE AND AZIRIDINYL STEROIDS

      Mutation research
    86. MACPHEE DG
      REGULATORY PROCESSES AND THE ORIGINS OF SPONTANEOUS MUTATIONS

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    87. PALEJWALA VA; PANDYA GA; BHANOT OS; SOLOMON JJ; MURPHY HS; DUNMAN PM; HUMAYUN MZ
      UVM, AN ULTRAVIOLET-INDUCIBLE RECA-INDEPENDENT MUTAGENIC PHENOMENON IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    88. LEE MH; OHTA T; WALKER GC
      A MONOCYSTEINEN APPROACH FOR PROBING THE STRUCTURE AND INTERACTIONS OF THE UMUD PROTEIN

      Journal of bacteriology
    89. WOODGATE R; SINGH M; KULAEVA OI; FRANK EG; LEVINE AS; KOCH WH
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL PLASMID-ENCODED UMUC MUTANTS

      Journal of bacteriology
    90. LIVNEH Z; COHENFIX O; SKALITER R; ELIZUR T
      REPLICATION OF DAMAGED DNA AND THE MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF ULTRAVIOLET-LIGHT MUTAGENESIS

      Critical reviews in biochemistry and molecular biology
    91. FRANK EG; HAUSER J; LEVINE AS; WOODGATE R
      TARGETING OF THE UMUD, UMUD', AND MUCA' MUTAGENESIS PROTEINS TO DNA BY RECA PROTEIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    92. EVANS J; MACCABEE M; HATAHET Z; COURCELLE J; BOCKRATH R; IDE H; WALLACE S
      THYMINE RING SATURATION AND FRAGMENTATION PRODUCTS - LESION BYPASS, MISINSERTION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR MUTAGENESIS

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    93. GRZESIUK E; JANION C
      SOME ASPECTS OF EMS-INDUCED MUTAGENESIS IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    94. ALTSHULER M
      RECOVERY OF DNA-REPLICATION IN UV-DAMAGED ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    95. BOCKRATH R; KOW YW; WALLACE SS
      CHEMICALLY ALTERED APURINIC SITES IN PHI-X174 DNA GIVE INCREASED MUTAGENESIS IN SOS-INDUCED ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      MUTATION RESEARCH
    96. SOMMER S; KNEZEVIC J; BAILONE A; DEVORET R
      INDUCTION OF ONLY ONE SOS OPERON, UMUDC, IS REQUIRED FOR SOS MUTAGENESIS IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    97. WANG YH; BORTNER CD; GRIFFITH J
      RECA BINDING TO BULGE-CONTAINING AND MISMATCH-CONTAINING DNAS - CERTAIN SINGLE-BASE MISMATCHES PROVIDE STRONG SIGNALS FOR RECA BINDING EQUAL TO MULTIPLE BASE BULGES

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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