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Publication Listing for the MeSH term dna-damage. Found 14 abstracts

Stadanlick JE, Zhang ZQ, Lee SY, Hemann M, Biery M, Carleton MO, Zambetti GP, Anderson SJ, Oravecz T, Wiest DL. Developmental Arrest of T Cells in Rpl22-Deficient Mice Is Dependent upon Multiple p53 Effectors. Journal of Immunology. 2011 Jul;187(2):664-75.   PMCID: PMC3131471
Dominguez-Brauer C, Chen YJ, Brauer PM, Pimkina J, Raychaudhuri P. ARF stimulates XPC to trigger nucleotide excision repair by regulating the repressor complex of E2F4. EMBO reports. 2009 Sep;10(9):1036-42.   PMCID: PMC2570060
Chen XW, Arciero CA, Wang CR, Broccoli D, Godwin AK. BRCC36 is essential for ionizing radiation-induced BRCA1 phosphorylation and nuclear foci formation. CANCER RESEARCH. 2006 May;66(10):5039-46.
Wakelee HA, Wang W, Schiller JH, Langer CJ, Sandler AB, Belani CP, Johnson DH, Eastern Cooperative Oncology Grp. Survival differences by sex for patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer on Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group trial 1594. JOURNAL OF THORACIC ONCOLOGY. 2006 Jun;1(5):441-6.
Kateneva AV, Konovchenko AA, Guacci V, Dresser ME. Recombination protein Tid1p controls resolution of cohesin-dependent linkages in meiosis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Journal of Cell Biology. 2005 Oct 24;171(2):241-53.
Nguyen KH, Hachem P, Khor LY, Salem N, Hunt KK, Calkins PR, Pollack A. Adenoviral-E2F-1 radiosensitizes p53(wild-type) and P53(null) human prostate cancer cells. International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics. 2005 Sep;63(1):238-46.
Ren Q, Yang H, Rosinski M, Conrad MN, Dresser ME, Guacci V, Zhang ZJ. Mutation of the cohesin related gene PDS5 causes cell death with predominant apoptotic features in Saccharomyces cerevisiae during early meiosis. Mutation Research-Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis. 2005 Mar;570(2):163-73.
Broccoli D. Function, replication and structure of the mammalian telomere. Cytotechnology. 2004 Jan;45(1-2):3-12.
Razak ZR, Varkonyi RJ, Kulp-McEliece M, Caslini C, Testa JR, Murphy ME, Broccoli D. p53 differentially inhibits cell growth depending on the mechanism of telomere maintenance. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 2004 Jul;24(13):5967-77.
Zhao RB, Gish K, Murphy M, Yin YX, Notterman D, Hoffman WH, Tom E, Mack DH, Levine AJ. Analysis of p53-regulated gene expression patterns using oligonucleotide arrays. Genes & development. 2000 Apr 15;14(8):981-93.
Zhao R, Gish K, Murphy M, Yin Y, Notterman D, Hoffman WH, Tom E, Mack DH, Levine AJ. The transcriptional program following p53 activation. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology. 2000 Jan;65:475-82.
Chapman JD, Stobbe CC, Gales T, Das IJ, Zellmer DL, Biade S, Matsumoto Y. Condensed chromatin and cell inactivation by single-hit kinetics. Radiation Research. 1999 Apr;151(4):433-41.
Wu GS, Burns TF, McDonald ER, Meng RD, Kao G, Muschel R, Yen T, El-Deiry WS. Induction of the TRAIL receptor KILLER/DR5 in p53-dependent apoptosis but not growth arrest. Oncogene. 1999 Nov 11;18(47):6411-8.
Liu Y, Riley LB, Bohn SA, Boice JA, Stadler PB, Sherley JL. Comparison of bax, waf1, and IMP dehydrogenase regulation in response to wild-type p53 expression under normal growth conditions. Journal of cellular physiology. 1998 Nov;177(2):364-76.
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MeSH cloud from publications including the MeSH term dna-damage

dna-damage apoptosis transcriptional activation protein sequence cells phosphorylation mutations sister-chromatid cohesion wild-type p53 terminal domain expression tumor-suppressor p53 ionizing-radiation in-vitro mammalian-cells p53 growth tumor-suppressor tracts in-vitro ATM oxidative stress aging mice kinase cdc5 catalytic subunit EB-1 cells genomic integrity activation gender complex photoproducts tcr signals ataxia-telangiectasia in-vivo chemotherapy x-rays necrosis therapy mdm2-deficient ovarian cancers receptor induced replication telomerase gene-expression KILLER holliday junctions pre-tcr homologous chromosomes p19(arf) tumor-suppressor Pds5p survival localization G1 arrest promyelocytic leukemia bodies length strand break repair double-strand breaks xeroderma-pigmentosum E2F-1 reverse-transcriptase TRAIL telomere structure human rap1 binding protein p53-deficient mice intrachromosomal homologous recombination cancer progenitor survival gene ligand trail double-strand-break resection embryonic lethality androgen deprivation Saccharomyces cerevisiae v(d)j recombination cell-cycle checkpoint bax gene group-c gene meiosis apoptotic pathways lung-cancer intrinsic susceptibility mdm2 fission yeast p53-regulated genes budding yeast NER ARF-XPC-E2F4-p130 adenoviral gene therapy cytotoxic 1995 ng cx-v82-p675 non-small cell lung cancer ribosomal-protein l26 Oncology nf-kappa-b bh3-only proteins mutant remodeling enzyme recombination atm pathway p53 gene-therapy cell-cycle wild-type human-tumor-cells human-cells human-chromosomes degradation chromosome segregation smoking synaptonemal complex stage p16(ink4a) DR5 s-phase entry estrogen human cancer prostate cancer gene-transfer metaphase chromosome differentiation replication fadd-dependent apoptosis density oligonucleotide arrays alpha-beta radiation condensation tumor-growth radiation-therapy chromosome stability oligonucleotide microarrays radiosensitivity cisplatin chinese-hamster cells p53-independent apoptosis inhibitor transcription factor e2f-1 meiotic recombination
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