Cell cycle (Georgetown, Tex.)

(Cell Cycle) ISSNs: , 1551-4005

References in Cell cycle (Georgetown, Tex.):

Title Authors Year
Efficiency, fidelity and enzymatic switching during translesion DNA synthesis. McCulloch SD, Kokoska RJ, Kunkel TA 2004
Is base excision repair a tumor suppressor mechanism? Sweasy JB, Lang T, Dimaio D 2006
Regulation of oxidative DNA damage repair: The adenine:8-oxo-guanine problem. Markkanen E, Hübscher U, van Loon B 2012
When pol I goes into high gear: processive DNA synthesis by pol I in the cell. Camps M, Loeb LA 2004
Structure of monoubiquitinated PCNA: Implications for DNA polymerase switching and Okazaki fragment maturation. Zhang Z, Zhang S, Lin SH, Wang X, Wu L, Lee EY, Lee MY 2012
Spatiotemporal recruitment of human DNA polymerase delta to sites of UV damage. Chea J, Zhang S, Zhao H, Zhang Z, Lee EY, Darzynkiewicz Z, Lee MY 2012
DNA polymerases are error-prone at RecA-mediated recombination intermediates. Pomerantz RT, Goodman MF, O'Donnell ME 2013
Recruitment of DNA polymerase eta by FANCD2 in the early response to DNA damage. Fu D, Dudimah FD, Zhang J, Pickering A, Paneerselvam J, Palrasu M, Wang H, Fei P 2013
PDIP38 is translocated to the spliceosomes/nuclear speckles in response to UV-induced DNA damage and is required for UV-induced alternative splicing of MDM2. Wong A, Zhang S, Mordue D, Wu JM, Zhang Z, Darzynkiewicz Z, Lee EY, Lee MY 2013

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