W. Glen McGregor

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In response to DNA damage such as from UV irradiation, mammalian Y-family translesion synthesis (TLS) polymerases Polη and Rev1 colocalize with proliferating cell nuclear antigen at nuclear foci, presumably representing stalled replication sites. However, it is unclear whether the localization of one polymerase is dependent on another. Furthermore, there is(More)
The kidney, and to a slight extent the liver, of human fetuses were found to synthesize and secrete the alpha subunit common to glycoprotein hormones. Fetal lung and muscle did not synthesize this protein. Since fetal kidney and liver were previously found to synthesize beta chorionic gonadotropin, their ability to synthesize bioactive chorionic(More)
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