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J Cell Sci (2021) 134 (15): jcs258601.
Published: 09 August 2021
... sequences used were as follows: CDX2 (5′-AACCAGGACGAAAGACAAAUA-3′); BLM (5′-AGCAGCGAUGUGAUUUGCA-3′); BRCA1 (5′-UCACAGUGUCCUUUAUGUA-3′); CHD4 (5′-CCCAGAAGAGGAUUUGUCA-3′); HDAC1 (5′-GGCUCCUAAAGUAACAUCAUU-3′); HDAC2 (5′-CCACCAUGCUUUAUGUGAUUU-3′); and Sin3b (5′-AGGCUGUAGACAUCGUCCA-3′). Information for miR...
Includes: Supplementary data
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J Cell Sci (2014) 127 (18): 3902–3908.
Published: 15 September 2014
...Eleni Petsalaki; Maria Dandoulaki; Nick Morrice; George Zachos ABSTRACT Chromatin bridges represent incompletely segregated chromosomal DNA connecting the anaphase poles and can result in chromosome breakage. The Bloom's syndrome protein helicase (BLM, also known as BLMH) suppresses formation...
Includes: Supplementary data
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J Cell Sci (2013) 126 (16): 3782–3795.
Published: 15 August 2013
...Suruchika Chandra; Raina Priyadarshini; Vinoth Madhavan; Shweta Tikoo; Mansoor Hussain; Richa Mudgal; Priyanka Modi; Vivek Srivastava; Sagar Sengupta Summary The spectrum of tumors that arise owing to the overexpression of c-Myc and loss of BLM is very similar. Hence, it was hypothesized...
Includes: Supplementary data
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J Cell Sci (2002) 115 (8): 1611–1622.
Published: 15 April 2002
... and the Escherichia coli MUTS homologue, MSH4p, and somewhat later the Bloom helicase, BLM, while simultaneously losing the RAD51/DMC1 component. Eventually the RPA component is also lost and BLM sites remain. At that time, the MUTL homologue, MLH1p,which is essential for reciprocal recombination in the mouse...