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The human XRCC9 gene corrects chromosomal instability and mutagen sensitivities in CHO UV40 cells.

Liu N, Lamerdin JE, Tucker JD, Zhou ZQ, Walter CA, Albala JS, Busch DB, Thompson LH.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1997 Aug 19;94(17):9232-7.

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Characterization of the hamster FancG/Xrcc9 gene and mutations in CHO UV40 and NM3.

Lamerdin JE, Yamada NA, George JW, Souza B, Christian AT, Jones NJ, Thompson LH.

Mutagenesis. 2004 May;19(3):237-44.

PMID:
15123790
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A CHO mutant, UV40, that is sensitive to diverse mutagens and represents a new complementation group of mitomycin C sensitivity.

Busch DB, Zdzienicka MZ, Natarajan AT, Jones NJ, Overkamp WJ, Collins A, Mitchell DL, Stefanini M, Botta E, Albert RB, Liu N, White DA, van Gool AJ, Thompson LH.

Mutat Res. 1996 Aug 8;363(3):209-21.

PMID:
8765162
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Reduced fertility and hypersensitivity to mitomycin C characterize Fancg/Xrcc9 null mice.

Koomen M, Cheng NC, van de Vrugt HJ, Godthelp BC, van der Valk MA, Oostra AB, Zdzienicka MZ, Joenje H, Arwert F.

Hum Mol Genet. 2002 Feb 1;11(3):273-81.

PMID:
11823446
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The Fanconi anaemia group G gene FANCG is identical with XRCC9.

de Winter JP, Waisfisz Q, Rooimans MA, van Berkel CG, Bosnoyan-Collins L, Alon N, Carreau M, Bender O, Demuth I, Schindler D, Pronk JC, Arwert F, Hoehn H, Digweed M, Buchwald M, Joenje H.

Nat Genet. 1998 Nov;20(3):281-3.

PMID:
9806548
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A Chinese hamster ovary cell mutant (EM-C11) with sensitivity to simple alkylating agents and a very high level of sister chromatid exchanges.

Zdzienicka MZ, van der Schans GP, Natarajan AT, Thompson LH, Neuteboom I, Simons JW.

Mutagenesis. 1992 Jul;7(4):265-9.

PMID:
1518409
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New insights into the Fanconi anemia pathway from an isogenic FancG hamster CHO mutant.

Tebbs RS, Hinz JM, Yamada NA, Wilson JB, Salazar EP, Thomas CB, Jones IM, Jones NJ, Thompson LH.

DNA Repair (Amst). 2005 Jan 2;4(1):11-22.

PMID:
15533833
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Fanconi anemia FANCG protein in mitigating radiation- and enzyme-induced DNA double-strand breaks by homologous recombination in vertebrate cells.

Yamamoto K, Ishiai M, Matsushita N, Arakawa H, Lamerdin JE, Buerstedde JM, Tanimoto M, Harada M, Thompson LH, Takata M.

Mol Cell Biol. 2003 Aug;23(15):5421-30.

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Mammalian Rad51C contributes to DNA cross-link resistance, sister chromatid cohesion and genomic stability.

Godthelp BC, Wiegant WW, van Duijn-Goedhart A, Schärer OD, van Buul PP, Kanaar R, Zdzienicka MZ.

Nucleic Acids Res. 2002 May 15;30(10):2172-82.

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Correction of chromosomal instability and sensitivity to diverse mutagens by a cloned cDNA of the XRCC3 DNA repair gene.

Tebbs RS, Zhao Y, Tucker JD, Scheerer JB, Siciliano MJ, Hwang M, Liu N, Legerski RJ, Thompson LH.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1995 Jul 3;92(14):6354-8.

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Molecular cloning of the human XRCC1 gene, which corrects defective DNA strand break repair and sister chromatid exchange.

Thompson LH, Brookman KW, Jones NJ, Allen SA, Carrano AV.

Mol Cell Biol. 1990 Dec;10(12):6160-71.

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A new complementation group of mitomycin C-hypersensitive Chinese hamster cell mutants that closely resembles the phenotype of fanconi anemia cells.

Telleman P, Overkamp WJ, van Wessel N, Studzian K, Wetselaar L, Natarajan AT, Zdzienicka MZ.

Cancer Res. 1995 Aug 1;55(15):3412-6.

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Influence of inhibitors of poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase on DNA repair, chromosomal alterations, and mutations.

Natarajan AT, van Zeeland AA, Zwanenburg TS.

Princess Takamatsu Symp. 1983;13:227-42.

PMID:
6317638

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