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

Exploring Quantitative Yeast Phenomics with Single-Cell Analysis of DNA Damage Foci

RNase H and Postreplication Repair Protect Cells from Ribonucleotides Incorporated in DNA

Dynamics of Rad9 Chromatin Binding and Checkpoint Function Are Mediated by Its Dimerization and Are Cell Cycle-Regulated by CDK1 Activity

Mind the gap: Keeping UV lesions in check

A Genome-Wide Screen for Genes Affecting Spontaneous Direct-Repeat Recombination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

A genome-wide screen identifies genes that suppress the accumulation of spontaneous mutations in young and aged yeast cells

A simple microfluidic platform to study age-dependent protein abundance and localization changes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Generally Applicable Transformation Protocols for Fluorescent Nanodiamond Internalization into Cells

RNase H and post-replication repair protect cells from ribonucleotides incorporated in DNA

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