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DNA-PK


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DNA-PK

DNA‐PK

Visualization of a DNA-PK/PARP1 complex

Vanillins—a novel family of DNA‐PK inhibitors

An autonomous chromatin/DNA-PK mechanism for localized DNA damage signaling in mammalian cells

Differential activation of DNA-PK based on DNA strand orientation and sequence bias

Cisplatin–DNA adducts inhibit translocation of the Ku subunits of DNA-PK

ATM, ATR and DNA-PK: initiators of the cellular genotoxic stress responses

Evidence for a remodelling of DNA-PK upon autophosphorylation from electron microscopy studies

DNA-PK is essential only for coding joint formation in V(D)J recombination

DNA‐PK‐dependent binding of DNA ends to plasmids containing nuclear matrix attachment region DNA sequences: evidence for assembly of a repair complex

DNA-dependent protein kinase (DNA-PK)-deficient human glioblastoma cells are preferentially sensitized by Zebularine

DNA-dependent protein kinase (DNA-PK) permits vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation through phosphorylation of the orphan nuclear receptor NOR1

DNA damage-induced inhibition of rRNA synthesis by DNA-PK and PARP-1

Clustered DNA damage induces pan-nuclear H2AX phosphorylation mediated by ATM and DNA–PK

Genetic evidence for the involvement of DNA ligase IV in the DNA-PK-dependent pathway of non-homologous end joining in mammalian cells

Selective inhibition of the DNA‐dependent protein kinase (DNA‐PK) by the radiosensitizing agent caffeine

Preclinical characterization of the selective DNA-dependent protein kinase (DNA-PK) inhibitor VX-984 in combination with chemotherapy

DNA‐dependent protein kinase (DNA‐PK) phosphorylates nuclear DNA helicase II/RNA helicase A and hnRNP proteins in an RNA‐dependent manner

 

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abbr. for DNA‐dependent protein kinase; a mammalian nuclear protein serine/threonine kinase involved in DNA replication, transcription, repair of dsDNA breaks, and in V(D)J recombination. It consists of a catalytic subunit ...

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