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- Yang, Fuquan, et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Nucleic acids research 2008 v.36 no.20 pp. 6406-6417
- DNA repair; base pair mismatch; gamma radiation; humans; hydroxyurea; mice; nucleic acids; ultraviolet radiation; yeasts
- ... Rad9 is conserved from yeast to humans and plays roles in DNA repair (homologous recombination repair, and base-pair excision repair) and cell cycle checkpoint controls. It has not previously been reported whether Rad9 is involved in DNA mismatch repair (MMR). In this study, we have demonstrated that both human and mouse Rad9 interacts physically with the MMR protein MLH1. Disruption of the intera ...
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