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A meiotic recombination checkpoint controlled by mitotic checkpoint genes.

Lydall D, Nikolsky Y, Bishop DK, Weinert T.

Nature. 1996 Oct 31;383(6603):840-3.

PMID:
8893012
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Control of G2 delay by the rad9 gene of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Weinert T, Hartwell L.

J Cell Sci Suppl. 1989;12:145-8.

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2699734
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Cell cycle arrest of cdc mutants and specificity of the RAD9 checkpoint.

Weinert TA, Hartwell LH.

Genetics. 1993 May;134(1):63-80.

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Cisplatin DNA cross-links do not inhibit S-phase and cause only a G2/M arrest in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Grossmann KF, Brown JC, Moses RE.

Mutat Res. 1999 May 14;434(1):29-39.

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10377946
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HYS2, an essential gene required for DNA replication in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Sugimoto K, Sakamoto Y, Takahashi O, Matsumoto K.

Nucleic Acids Res. 1995 Sep 11;23(17):3493-500.

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Mutations in the gene encoding the 34 kDa subunit of yeast replication protein A cause defective S phase progression.

Santocanale C, Neecke H, Longhese MP, Lucchini G, Plevani P.

J Mol Biol. 1995 Dec 8;254(4):595-607.

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7500336
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Yeast checkpoint genes in DNA damage processing: implications for repair and arrest.

Lydall D, Weinert T.

Science. 1995 Dec 1;270(5241):1488-91.

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7491494
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The DNA damage checkpoint signal in budding yeast is nuclear limited.

Demeter J, Lee SE, Haber JE, Stearns T.

Mol Cell. 2000 Aug;6(2):487-92.

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CDC5 and CKII control adaptation to the yeast DNA damage checkpoint.

Toczyski DP, Galgoczy DJ, Hartwell LH.

Cell. 1997 Sep 19;90(6):1097-106.

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