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Cover: The cover figure is an acrylic painting of the FANCI and monoubiquitylated
FANCD2 complex bound to the stalled replication fork. FANCI and FANCD2 are shown as
surface models, and are colored in yellow and red, respectively. Ubiquitin is shown
as a blue ribbon model. The stalled replication fork is colored in brown, and its
branch point is recognized by FANCI. The FANCI and monoubiquitylated FANCD2 complex
were depicted based on the crystal structures of mouse ID complex (PDB ID: 3S4W) and
human ubiquitin (PDB ID: 1UBQ).
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