Both RAD5-dependent and independent pathways are involved in DNA damage-associated sister chromatid exchange in budding yeast

Abstract

Sister chromatids are preferred substrates for recombinational repair after cells are exposed to DNA damage. While some agents directly cause double-strand breaks (DSBs), others form DNA base adducts which stall or impede the DNA replication fork. We asked which types of DNA damage can stimulate SCE in budding yeast mutants defective in template switch… (More)
DOI: 10.3934/genet.2017.2.84

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