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"Who's on first in the cellular response to DNA damage?"

Cline SD, Hanawalt PC



Published May 4, 2004 in Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol. .

Pubmed ID: 12728270

Abstract:
Cellular DNA-repair pathways involve proteins that have roles in other DNA-metabolic processes, as well as those that are dedicated to damage removal. Several proteins, which have diverse functions and are not known to have roles in DNA repair, also associate with damaged DNA. These newly discovered interactions could either facilitate or hinder the recognition of DNA damage, and so they could have important effects on DNA repair and genetic integrity. The outcome for the cell, and ultimately for the organism, might depend on which proteins arrive first at sites of DNA damage.


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Last modification of this entry: Oct. 21, 2008

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