Keynote Address: Past, Present, and Future Aspects of Base Excision Repair.
Multiple Pathways for DNA Base Excision Repair:
The Switch Mechanism among Multiple BER Pathways.
Yeast Base Excision Repair: Interconnections and Networks.
BER, MGMT, and MMR in Defense Against
Alkylation-Induced Genotoxicity and Apoptosis.
Gene Targeting in the Mouse for Elucidating the Role of BER:
Mammalian DNA b-Polymerase in Base Excision Repair
of Alkylation Damage.
Regulation of Intracellular Localization of Human MTH1, OGG1 and MYH Proteins for Repair of Oxidative DNA Damage.
Repair of 8-Oxoguanine and OGG1-Incised Apurinic Sites In a CHO Cell Line.
Mammalian OGG1/MMH Gene Plays a Major Role for Repair of the 8-hydroxyguanine Lesion in DNA.
Complexities of BER:
Molecular Mechanism of PCNA-Dependent Base Excision Repair.
Factors Influencing the Removal of Thymine Glycol from DNA in y-Irradiated Human Cells.
Completion of Base Excision Repair by Mammalian
Uracil-Initiated Base Excision DNA Repair Synthesis Fidelity In Human Colon Adenocarcinoma LoVo and Escherichia coli Cell Extracts.
DNA Glycosylases: Specificity and Mechanisms:
Multiple DNA Glycosylases for Repair of 8-Oxoguanine and Their Potential In Vivo Functions.
DNA Substrates Containing Defined Oxidative Base Lesions and
Their Application to Study Substrate Specificities of Base Excision Repair Enzymes.
Mechanism of Action of E. coli Formamidopyrimidine N-Glycosylase: R