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  • Hypermutability of Damaged Single-Strand DNA Formed at Double-Strand Breaks and Uncapped Telomeres in Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae [Abstract] Exit NIEHS Website [Synopsis] Yang Y, Sterling J, Storici F, Resnick MA, Gordenin DA. November 2008
  • Identification and Characterization of Rhox13, a Novel X-linked Mouse Homeobox Gene [Abstract] Exit NIEHS Website [Synopsis] Geyer CB, Eddy EM. November 2008
  • Role of Microglial IKKbeta in Kainic Acid-induced Hippocampal Neuronal Cell Death [Abstract] Exit NIEHS Website [Synopsis] Cho IH, Hong J, Suh EC, Kim JH, Lee H, Lee JE, Lee S, Kim CH, Kim DW, Jo EK, et al. November 2008
  • Disruption of an AP-2alpha Binding Site in an IRF6 Enhancer Is Associated with Cleft Lip [Abstract] Exit NIEHS Website [Synopsis] Rahimov F, Marazita ML, Visel A, Cooper ME, Hitchler MJ, Rubini M, Domann FE, Govil M, Christensen K, Bille C, et al. November 2008
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