Genome Integrity

Volume 1
22 December 2010
Genome Integrity
Genome Integrity

Table of contents

Requirement of ATM-dependent pathway for the repair of a subset of DNA double strand breaks created by restriction endonucleases4
Localization of an hTERT repressor region on human chromosome 3p21.3 using chromosome engineering6
Eukaryotic gene invasion by a bacterial mobile insertion sequence element IS2 during cloning into a plasmid vector2
Inhibition of poly (ADP-Ribose) polymerase-1 in telomerase deficient mouse embryonic fibroblasts increases arsenite-induced genome instability5
Defective Artemis causes mild telomere dysfunction3
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UHRF1 is a genome caretaker that facilitates the DNA damage response to γ-irradiation7
Radiation-induced DNA damage and repair in human γδ and αβ T-lymphocytes analysed by the alkaline comet assay8
Low levels of ATM in breast cancer patients with clinical radiosensitivity9
Image-based quantitative determination of DNA damage signal reveals a threshold for G2 checkpoint activation in response to ionizing radiation10
Evolutionary loss of 8-oxo-G repair components among eukaryotes12
Emerging role of radiation induced bystander effects: Cell communications and carcinogenesis13
Time to Bloom14
DNA double-strand break signaling and human disorders15
Hydrogen peroxide induced genomic instability in nucleotide excision repair-deficient lymphoblastoid cells16