Chromosome instability as a result of double-strand breaks near telomeres in mouse embryonic stem cells.

Abstract

Telomeres are essential for protecting the ends of chromosomes and preventing chromosome fusion. Telomere loss has been proposed to play an important role in the chromosomal rearrangements associated with tumorigenesis. To determine the relationship between telomere loss and chromosome instability in mammalian cells, we investigated the events resulting… (More)

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