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DNA Damage Recognition.


DNA damage recognition.

Ed. by Wolfram Siede et al.

Taylor & Francis


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Siede (cell biology and genetics, University of North Texas Health Science Center) presents summaries of recent work on the various molecular mechanisms involved in DNA damage repair and recognition. Review-type articles are written with the researcher in mind, but also include introductory comments so that nonexperts and advanced students can follow the material. Chapters are in sections on theoretical considerations of mechanisms of damage recognition, UV damage and other bulky DNA-adducts, non-bulky base damage, replication and bypass of DNA lesions, DNA strand breaks, and perception of DNA damage for initiating regulatory responses. Color and b&w figures are included.

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Date:Dec 1, 2005
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