Anastasia A. Vasilishina

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26S proteasomes are known as major non-lysosomal cellular machines for coordinated and specific destruction of ubiquitinylated proteins. The proteolytic activities of proteasomes are controlled by various post-translational modifications in response to environmental cues, including DNA damage. Besides proteolysis, proteasomes also associate with RNA(More)
Phosphorylation of the replacement histone H2AX occurs in megabase chromatin domains around DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs), and this modification called γH2AX can be used as an effective marker for DSB repair and DNA damage response. In this study, we examined a bystander effect (BE) in locally irradiated embryonic human fibroblasts. Using fluorescence(More)
Studies of DNA damage response are critical for the comprehensive understanding of age-related changes in cells, tissues and organisms. Syrian hamster cells halt proliferation and become presenescent after several passages in standard conditions of cultivation due to what is known as «culture stress». Using proliferating young and non-dividing presenescent(More)
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