Publications
  1. Telomerase regulation by the Pif1 helicase: a length-dependent effect?

    Stinus, S., Paeschke, K. & Chang, M. Apr-2018 In : Current Genetics. 64, 2, p. 509-513 5 p.

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  2. Genome-wide mapping of sister chromatid exchange events in single yeast cells using Strand-seq

    Claussin, C., Porubsky, D., Spierings, D. C. J., Halsema, N., Rentas, S., Guryev, V., Lansdorp, P. M. & Chang, M. 12-Dec-2017 In : eLife. 6, 17 p., 30560

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  3. A sharp Pif1-dependent threshold separates DNA double-strand breaks from critically short telomeres

    Strecker, J., Stinus, S., Caballero, M. P., Szilard, R. K., Chang, M. & Durocher, D. 3-Aug-2017 In : eLife. 6, 59 p., e23783

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  4. Increased genome instability is not accompanied by sensitivity to DNA damaging agents in aged yeast cells

    Novarina, D., Mavrova, S. N., Janssens, G. E., Rempel, I. L., Veenhoff, L. M. & Chang, M. Jun-2017 In : Dna repair. 54, p. 1-7 7 p.

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  5. Telomere length homeostasis responds to changes in intracellular dNTP pools

    Gupta, A., Sharma, S., Reichenbach, P., Marjavaara, L., Nilsson, A. K., Lingner, J., Chabes, A., Rothstein, R. & Chang, M. Apr-2013 In : Genetics. 193, 4, p. 1095-1105 11 p.

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  6. Long telomeres are preferentially extended during recombination-mediated telomere maintenance

    Chang, M., Dittmar, J. C. & Rothstein, R. Apr-2011 In : Nature Structural & Molecular Biology. 18, 4, p. 451-456 6 p.

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  7. Telomerase repeat addition processivity is increased at critically short telomeres in a Tel1-dependent manner in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

    Chang, M., Arneric, M. & Lingner, J. 1-Oct-2007 In : Genes & Development. 21, 19, p. 2485-2494 10 p.

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  8. RMI1/NCE4, a suppressor of genome instability, encodes a member of the RecQ helicase/Topo III complex

    Chang, M., Bellaoui, M., Zhang, C. Y., Desai, R., Morozov, P., Delgado-Cruzata, L., Rothstein, R., Freyer, G. A., Boone, C. & Brown, G. W. 1-Jun-2005 In : EMBO Journal. 24, 11, p. 2024-2033 10 p.

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