Elena Rodriges Blanko

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Replication-coupled nucleosome assembly is a critical step in packaging newly synthesized DNA into chromatin. Previous studies have defined the importance of the histone chaperones CAF-1 and ASF1A, the replicative clamp PCNA, and the clamp loader RFC for the assembly of nucleosomes during DNA replication. Despite significant progress in the field,(More)
DNA mismatch repair (MMR) is required for the maintenance of genome stability and protection of humans from several types of cancer. Human MMR occurs in the chromatin environment, but little is known about the interactions between MMR and the chromatin environment. Previous research has suggested that MMR coincides with replication-coupled assembly of the(More)
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