On the slowing of S phase in response to DNA damage in fission yeast.

Abstract

Eukaryotic cells slow their progression through S phase upon DNA damage. The mechanism that leads to this slowing is called the intra-S-phase checkpoint. Previous studies demonstrated that in the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe this checkpoint is mediated by a pathway that includes Rad3 (similar to human ATR and ATM) and Cds1 (similar to human Chk1… (More)

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