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double ender


The genetic dependence of RecBCD-Gam mediated double strand end repair in Escherichia coli

The influence of DNA double-strand break structure on end-joining in human cells

3′-Phosphodiesterase activity of human apurinic/apyrimidinic endonuclease at DNA double-strand break ends

Smarcal1 promotes double-strand-break repair by nonhomologous end-joining

Direct observation of end resection by RecBCD during double-stranded DNA break repair in vivo

Competing roles of DNA end resection and non-homologous end joining functions in the repair of replication-born double-strand breaks by sister-chromatid recombination

The Rule of Double Effect: A Critique of Its Role in End-of-Life Decision Making 

The Doctrines of Double and Triple Effect and Why a Rational Agent Need Not Intend the Means to His End

BCR-ABL stimulates mutagenic homologous DNA double-strand break repair via the DNA-end-processing factor CtIP

Fancd2 functions in a double strand break repair pathway that is distinct from non-homologous end joining

DNA double strand break repair in human bladder cancer is error prone and involves microhomology-associated end-joining

Enrichment of Cdk1-cyclins at DNA double-strand breaks stimulates Fun30 phosphorylation and DNA end resection

Overhang polarity of chromosomal double-strand breaks impacts kinetics and fidelity of yeast non-homologous end joining

The structure of ends determines the pathway choice and Mre11 nuclease dependency of DNA double-strand break repair

Commentary on: Micro-Shuttle Lifting of the Neck: A Percutaneous Loop Suspension Method Using a Novel Double-Ended Needle

Micro-Shuttle Lifting of the Neck: A Percutaneous Loop Suspension Method Using a Novel Double-Ended Needle

CtIP and MRN promote non-homologous end-joining of etoposide-induced DNA double-strand breaks in G1


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Describes a vessel, usually a yacht, with a canoe stern.

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