Regulation of the DNA Damage Response to DSBs by Post-Translational Modifications

Abstract

Damage to the genetic material can affect cellular function in many ways. Therefore, maintenance of the genetic integrity is of primary importance for all cells. Upon DNA damage, cells respond immediately with proliferation arrest and repair of the lesion or apoptosis. All these consequences require recognition of the lesion and transduction of the… (More)
DOI: 10.2174/138920210791110979

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@inproceedings{Oberle2010RegulationOT, title={Regulation of the DNA Damage Response to DSBs by Post-Translational Modifications}, author={Carolin Oberle and Christine Blattner}, booktitle={Current genomics}, year={2010} }