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Human RECQL5 participates in the removal of endogenous DNA damage.

  • Author(s): Wilson, David
  • Tadokoro, T
  • Ramamoorthy, M
  • Popuri, V
  • May, A
  • Tian, J
  • Sykora, P
  • Rybanska, I
  • Wilson, DM
  • Croteau, DL
  • Bohr, VA
  • et al.

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http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC3484104?pdf=render
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Abstract

Human RECQL5 is a member of the RecQ helicase family, which maintains genome stability via participation in many DNA metabolic processes, including DNA repair. Human cells lacking RECQL5 display chromosomal instability. We find that cells depleted of RECQL

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