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Bo-Ruei Chen, Annabel Quinet, Andrea K. Byrum, Jessica Jackson, Matteo Berti, Saravanabhavan Thangavel, Andrea L. Bredemeyer, Issa Hindi, Nima Mosammaparast, Jessica K. Tyler, Alessandro Vindigni, and Barry P. Sleckman. XLF and H2AX function in series to promote replication fork stability. Journal of Cell Biology. (2019). 2018(5). doi: 10.1083/jcb.201808134.
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Chen, Bo-Ruei; Quinet, Annabel; Byrum, Andrea K.; Jackson, Jessica; Berti, Matteo; Thangavel, Saravanabhavan; Bredemeyer, Andrea L.; Hindi, Issa; Mosammaparast, Nima; Tyler, Jessica K.; Vindigni, Alessandro; and Sleckman, Barry P., ,"XLF and H2AX function in series to promote replication fork stability." Journal of Cell Biology.218,5. . (2019).