Eukaryotic DNA Damage Surveillance and Repair contains chapters from experts in the field of DNA damage detection, repair, and cell cycle control. The work reviews current understanding of how different types of DNA damage are detected and focuses on how these surveillance mechanisms are coupled to processes of DNA repair, cell cycle control, and apoptosis. The title will be of interest to undergraduate/postgraduate students and academics alike.MSH3 and MSH6 The human msh6 gene is located at chromosome 2p16 and encodes a 1360 residue protein of 152.9 kDa that with MSH2 forms MutSo. The human msh3 gene is located at chromosome 5q11-q12 and encodes a 1137anbsp;...
|Title||:||Eukaryotic DNA Damage Surveillance and Repair|
|Author||:||Keith William Caldecott|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2004-05-31|