Publication:

From DNA damage to cell cycle arrest and suicide: a budding yeast perspective (1996)

Author(s): Lydall D, Weinert T.

  • : From DNA damage to cell cycle arrest and suicide: a budding yeast perspective

Abstract: Eukaryotic checkpoint control genes are important for cell cycle delay, DNA repair and cell suicide after DNA is damaged. Recent studies in budding yeast show how the participation of checkpoint control proteins in DNA metabolism could lead to all three of these outcomes.

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  • Short Title: From DNA damage to cell cycle arrest and suicide: a budding yeast perspective
  • Date: Feb
  • Journal: Current Opinion in Genetics and Development
  • Volume: 6
  • Issue: 1
  • Pages: 4-11
  • Publication type: Article
  • Bibliographic status: Published

Keywords: Animals Cell Cycle/*physiology Cell Death/*physiology DNA Damage/*physiology *DNA Repair Eukaryotic Cells/physiology G2 Phase/physiology Human Mammals/physiology Mitosis/physiology Proteins/metabolism S Phase/physiology Schizosaccharomyces/physiology Signal Transduction/*physiology Yeasts/*physiology

Staff

Professor David Lydall
Professor of Genome Stability