Extremely Radiation-Resistant Mutants of a Halophilic Archaeon with Increased Single-Stranded DNA-Binding Protein (RPA) Gene Expression

@inproceedings{DeVeaux2007ExtremelyRM,
  title={Extremely Radiation-Resistant Mutants of a Halophilic Archaeon with Increased Single-Stranded DNA-Binding Protein (RPA) Gene Expression},
  author={Linda C DeVeaux and J. M{\"u}ller and Jonathon A. Smith and J. Petrisko and D. Wells and Shiladitya Dassarma},
  booktitle={Radiation research},
  year={2007}
}
  • Linda C DeVeaux, J. Müller, +3 authors Shiladitya Dassarma
  • Published in Radiation research 2007
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Abstract DeVeaux, L. C., Müller, J. A., Smith, J. R., Petrisko, J., Wells, D. P. and DasSarma, S. Extremely Radiation-Resistant Mutants of a Halophilic Archaeon with Increased Single-Stranded DNA-Binding Protein (RPA) Gene Expression. Radiat. Res. 168, 507–514 (2007). Extremely halophilic archaea are highly resistant to multiple stressors, including radiation, desiccation and salinity. To study the basis of stress resistance and determine the maximum tolerance to ionizing radiation, we exposed… CONTINUE READING
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