Radiat Res

References in Radiat Res:

Title Authors Year
Reduced repair of X-ray-induced DNA lesions in cells without functioning DNA polymerase alpha. Lönn U, Lönn S 1985
A uv-sensitive Chinese hamster lung fibroblast cell line (V79/UC) with a possible defect in DNA polymerase activity is deficient in DNA repair. Creissen DM, Hill CK 1991
Effect of cycloheximide on heat-induced cell killing, radiosensitization, and loss of cellular DNA polymerase activities in Chinese hamster ovary cells. Chu GL, Dewey WC 1987
DNA polymerases and human diseases. Sweasy JB, Lauper JM, Eckert KA 2006
Effect of glycerol and low pH on heat-induced cell killing and loss of cellular DNA polymerase activities in Chinese hamster ovary cells. Mivechi NF, Dewey WC 1984
DNA polymerase activity in heat killing and hyperthermic radiosensitization of mammalian cells as observed after fractionated heat treatments. Jorritsma JB, Burgman P, Kampinga HH, Konings AW 1986
Inhibition of repair of X-ray-induced DNA damage by heat: the role of hyperthermic inhibition of DNA polymerase alpha activity. Kampinga HH, Konings AW 1987
The effect of gamma-irradiated DNA on the activity of DNA polymerase. Leadon SA, Ward JF 1981
Ionizing radiation sensitivity of DNA polymerase lambda-deficient cells. Vermeulen C, Bertocci B, Begg AC, Vens C 2007
Biological response to ionizing radiation in mouse embryo fibroblasts with a targeted disruption of the DNA polymerase beta gene. Miura M, Watanabe H, Okochi K, Sasaki T, Shibuya H 2000
Lack of DNA polymerase theta (POLQ) radiosensitizes bone marrow stromal cells in vitro and increases reticulocyte micronuclei after total-body irradiation. Goff JP, Shields DS, Seki M, Choi S, Epperly MW, Dixon T, Wang H, Bakkenist CJ, Dertinger SD, Torous DK, Wittschieben JP, Wood RD, Greenberger JS 2009
Involvement of DNA polymerase beta in repair of ionizing radiation damage as measured by in vitro plasmid assays. Vens C, Hofland I, Begg AC 2007
Yield of DNA strand breaks and their relationship to DNA polymerase I-dependent repair synthesis and ligation following X-ray exposure of toluene-treated Escherichia coli. Billen D 1981

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