Characterization and changes of a chromosomal-scaffolding protein in human epithelia

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Chromosomal-scaffolding proteins exert DNA structural functions during mitosis, and gene regulatory functions such as RNA splicing/polymerization and DNA replication in interphase, allowing the progression of the cell cycle. Recently, it has been reported that topoisomerases play a key role in DNA repair, suggesting an additional regulatory mechanism of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00441-002-0542-y

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@article{VegaSalas2002CharacterizationAC, title={Characterization and changes of a chromosomal-scaffolding protein in human epithelia}, author={Dora E. Vega-Salas and Manuel Solaguren-Beascoa Fern{\'a}ndez and Keyvan Nouri}, journal={Cell and Tissue Research}, year={2002}, volume={308}, pages={193-203} }