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Replication-Coupled DNA-Protein Crosslink Repair by SPRTN and the Proteasome in Xenopus Egg Extracts
Summary DNA-protein crosslinks (DPCs) are bulky lesions that interfere with DNA metabolism and therefore threaten genomic integrity. Recent studies implicate the metalloprotease SPRTN in S phaseExpand
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TRAIP is a master regulator of DNA interstrand cross-link repair
Cells often use multiple pathways to repair the same DNA lesion, and the choice of pathway has substantial implications for the fidelity of genome maintenance. DNA interstrand crosslinks covalentlyExpand
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Mitotic CDK Promotes Replisome Disassembly, Fork Breakage, and Complex DNA Rearrangements.
DNA replication errors generate complex chromosomal rearrangements and thereby contribute to tumorigenesis and other human diseases. One mechanism that triggers these errors is mitotic entry beforeExpand
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Single-Strand DNA Breaks Cause Replisome Disassembly
DNA damage impedes replication fork progression and threatens genome stability. Upon encounter with most DNA adducts, the replicative CMG helicase (CDC45-MCM2-7-GINS) stalls or uncouples from theExpand
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Replication Fork Reversal during DNA Interstrand Crosslink Repair Requires CMG Unloading
SUMMARY DNA interstrand crosslinks (ICLs) are extremely cytotoxic, but the mechanism of their repair remains incompletely understood. Using Xenopus egg extracts, we previously showed that repair of aExpand
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The Histone Chaperone FACT Induces Cas9 Multi-turnover Behavior and Modifies Genome Manipulation in Human Cells.
Cas9 is a prokaryotic RNA-guided DNA endonuclease that binds substrates tightly in vitro but turns over rapidly when used to manipulate genomes in eukaryotic cells. Little is known about the factorsExpand
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Mitotic CDK promotes replisome disassembly, fork breakage, and complex DNA rearrangements
DNA replication errors generate complex chromosomal rearrangements and thereby contribute to tumorigenesis and other human diseases. Although the events that trigger these errors are not wellExpand
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The histone chaperone FACT induces Cas9 multi-turnover behavior and modifies genome manipulation in human cells
Cas9 is a prokaryotic RNA-guided DNA endonuclease that binds substrates tightly in vitro but turns over rapidly when used to manipulate genomes in eukaryotic cells. Little is known about the factorsExpand
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The Ubiquitin Ligase TRAIP: Double-Edged Sword at the Replisome.
In preparation for cell division, the genome must be copied with high fidelity. However, replisomes often encounter obstacles, including bulky DNA lesions caused by reactive metabolites andExpand
Single-strand DNA breaks cause replisome disassembly.
DNA damage impedes replication fork progression and threatens genome stability. Upon encounter with most DNA adducts, the replicative CMG helicase (CDC45-MCM2-7-GINS) stalls or uncouples from theExpand
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