Ilse Klink

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DNA Ligase IV has a crucial role in double-strand break (DSB) repair through nonhomologous end joining (NHEJ). Most notably, its inactivation leads to embryonic lethality in mammals. To elucidate the role of DNA Ligase IV (Lig4) in DSB repair in a multicellular lower eukaryote, we generated viable Lig4-deficient Drosophila strains by P-element-mediated(More)
The imaginal disk cells of Drosophila have a cell cycle that is very similar to that of mammalian cells. Data concerning factors inducing tumors in these cells may directly relate to the risk of these factors for inducing cancer in humans. One of the genes involved in the regulation of cell cycle control is wts (warts), the Drosophila homolog of the(More)
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