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Academic Article Hypervariable minisatellite DNA is a hotspot for homologous recombination in human cells.
Academic Article The Z-DNA motif d(TG)30 promotes reception of information during gene conversion events while stimulating homologous recombination in human cells in culture.
Academic Article Homologous recombination enhancement conferred by the Z-DNA motif d(TG)30 is abrogated by simian virus 40 T antigen binding to adjacent DNA sequences.
Academic Article RNA associated with a heterodimeric protein that activates a meiotic homologous recombination hot spot: RL/RT/PCR strategy for cloning any unknown RNA or DNA.
Academic Article A heteromeric protein that binds to a meiotic homologous recombination hot spot: correlation of binding and hot spot activity.
Concept Homologous Recombination
Academic Article Atf1 Homologous recombination repression *HRR) domain (founding member, domain, domain organization, alignments, curation and models, trees, species)
Academic Article Chromatin-mediated regulators of meiotic recombination revealed by proteomics of a recombination hotspot.
Grant Biochemistry of recombination in meiosis
Grant Transcription-coupled Homologous Recombination
Academic Article Diverse DNA Sequence Motifs Activate Meiotic Recombination Hotspots Through a Common Chromatin Remodeling Pathway.
Academic Article Targeted Forward Genetics: Population-Scale Analyses of Allele Replacements Spanning Thousands of Base Pairs in Fission Yeast.
Academic Article Molecular mechanisms for environmentally induced and evolutionarily rapid redistribution (plasticity) of meiotic recombination.

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