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FBH1 mediates DNA double strand breakage and apoptosis in response to DNA replication stress
(Rockefeller Univ Press, 2013-01)
Proper resolution of stalled replication forks is essential for genome stability. Purification of FBH1, a UvrD DNA helicase, identified a physical interaction with replication protein A (RPA), the major cellular singlestranded ...
Replications of fundamental research models in ultra high dilutions 1994 and 2015-update on a bibliometric study
(Elsevier B.V., 2015-10-01)
Introduction: This paper focuses exclusively on experimental models with ultra high dilutions (i.e. beyond 10(-23)) that have been submitted to replication scrutiny. It updates previous surveys, considers suggestions made ...
MutS regulates access of the error-prone DNA polymerase Pol IV to replication sites: a novel mechanism for maintaining replication fidelity
(Oxford University Press, 2016-09)
Translesion DNA polymerases (Pol) function in the bypass of template lesions to relieve stalled replication forks but also display potentially deleterious mutagenic phenotypes that contribute to antibiotic resistance in ...
Recruitment of Orc6l, a dormant maternal mRNA in mouse oocytes, is essential for DNA replication in 1-cell embryos
(Elsevier Inc, 2010-05-01)
Mouse oocytes acquire the ability to replicate DNA during meiotic maturation, presumably to ensure that DNA replication does not occur precociously between MI and MII and only after fertilization. Acquisition of DNA ...
Precision of Usual Food Intake Estimates According to the Percentage of Individuals with a Second Dietary Measurement
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE INCNEW YORK, 2012)
Background Statistical methods for estimating usual intake require at least two short-term dietary measurements in a subsample of the target population. However, the percentage of individuals with a second dietary measurement ...
The chromatin structure of the lysozyme GAS41 origin of DNA replication changes during the cell cycle
(Sociedad de Biología de Chile, 2007)