The same, only different - DNA damage checkpoints and their reversal throughout the cell cycle.

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Cell cycle checkpoints activated by DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs) are essential for the maintenance of the genomic integrity of proliferating cells. Following DNA damage, cells must detect the break and either transiently block cell cycle progression, to allow time for repair, or exit the cell cycle. Reversal of a DNA-damage-induced checkpoint not only… (More)
DOI: 10.1242/jcs.163766

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@article{Shaltiel2015TheSO, title={The same, only different - DNA damage checkpoints and their reversal throughout the cell cycle.}, author={Indra A. Shaltiel and Lenno Krenning and W Bruinsma and Ren{\'e} H Medema}, journal={Journal of cell science}, year={2015}, volume={128 4}, pages={607-20} }