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ERCC6, a member of a subfamily of putative helicases, is involved in Cockayne's syndrome and preferential repair of active genes.

Troelstra C, van Gool A, de Wit J, Vermeulen W, Bootsma D, Hoeijmakers JH.

Cell. 1992 Dec 11;71(6):939-53.

PMID:
1339317
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RAD26, the functional S. cerevisiae homolog of the Cockayne syndrome B gene ERCC6.

van Gool AJ, Verhage R, Swagemakers SM, van de Putte P, Brouwer J, Troelstra C, Bootsma D, Hoeijmakers JH.

EMBO J. 1994 Nov 15;13(22):5361-9.

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Structure and expression of the excision repair gene ERCC6, involved in the human disorder Cockayne's syndrome group B.

Troelstra C, Hesen W, Bootsma D, Hoeijmakers JH.

Nucleic Acids Res. 1993 Feb 11;21(3):419-26.

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Differential requirement for the ATPase domain of the Cockayne syndrome group B gene in the processing of UV-induced DNA damage and 8-oxoguanine lesions in human cells.

Selzer RR, Nyaga S, Tuo J, May A, Muftuoglu M, Christiansen M, Citterio E, Brosh RM Jr, Bohr VA.

Nucleic Acids Res. 2002 Feb 1;30(3):782-93.

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A presumed DNA helicase encoded by ERCC-3 is involved in the human repair disorders xeroderma pigmentosum and Cockayne's syndrome.

Weeda G, van Ham RC, Vermeulen W, Bootsma D, van der Eb AJ, Hoeijmakers JH.

Cell. 1990 Aug 24;62(4):777-91.

PMID:
2167179
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The ATPase domain but not the acidic region of Cockayne syndrome group B gene product is essential for DNA repair.

Brosh RM Jr, Balajee AS, Selzer RR, Sunesen M, Proietti De Santis L, Bohr VA.

Mol Biol Cell. 1999 Nov;10(11):3583-94.

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The sensitivity of Cockayne's syndrome cells to DNA-damaging agents is not due to defective transcription-coupled repair of active genes.

van Oosterwijk MF, Versteeg A, Filon R, van Zeeland AA, Mullenders LH.

Mol Cell Biol. 1996 Aug;16(8):4436-44.

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Mutations in UVSSA cause UV-sensitive syndrome and destabilize ERCC6 in transcription-coupled DNA repair.

Zhang X, Horibata K, Saijo M, Ishigami C, Ukai A, Kanno S, Tahara H, Neilan EG, Honma M, Nohmi T, Yasui A, Tanaka K.

Nat Genet. 2012 May;44(5):593-7. doi: 10.1038/ng.2228.

PMID:
22466612
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A possible yeast homolog of human active-gene-repairing helicase ERCC6+.

Huang ME, Chuat JC, Galibert F.

Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1994 May 30;201(1):310-7.

PMID:
8198589
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Molecular characterization of an acidic region deletion mutant of Cockayne syndrome group B protein.

Sunesen M, Selzer RR, Brosh RM Jr, Balajee AS, Stevnsner T, Bohr VA.

Nucleic Acids Res. 2000 Aug 15;28(16):3151-9.

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Role of the ATPase domain of the Cockayne syndrome group B protein in UV induced apoptosis.

Balajee AS, Proietti De Santis L, Brosh RM Jr, Selzer R, Bohr VA.

Oncogene. 2000 Jan 27;19(4):477-89.

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Characterization of the mouse homolog of the XPBC/ERCC-3 gene implicated in xeroderma pigmentosum and Cockayne's syndrome.

Weeda G, Ma L, van Ham RC, Bootsma D, van der Eb AJ, Hoeijmakers JH.

Carcinogenesis. 1991 Dec;12(12):2361-8.

PMID:
1747940
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Alterations in the CSB gene in three Italian patients with the severe form of Cockayne syndrome (CS) but without clinical photosensitivity.

Colella S, Nardo T, Mallery D, Borrone C, Ricci R, Ruffa G, Lehmann AR, Stefanini M.

Hum Mol Genet. 1999 May;8(5):935-41.

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The transcriptional response after oxidative stress is defective in Cockayne syndrome group B cells.

Kyng KJ, May A, Brosh RM Jr, Cheng WH, Chen C, Becker KG, Bohr VA.

Oncogene. 2003 Feb 27;22(8):1135-49.

PMID:
12606941
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RAD26, the yeast homolog of human Cockayne's syndrome group B gene, encodes a DNA-dependent ATPase.

Guzder SN, Habraken Y, Sung P, Prakash L, Prakash S.

J Biol Chem. 1996 Aug 2;271(31):18314-7.

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The Cockayne Syndrome group B gene product is involved in general genome base excision repair of 8-hydroxyguanine in DNA.

Tuo J, Müftüoglu M, Chen C, Jaruga P, Selzer RR, Brosh RM Jr, Rodriguez H, Dizdaroglu M, Bohr VA.

J Biol Chem. 2001 Dec 7;276(49):45772-9. Epub 2001 Oct 1.

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