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  1. MND1 enables repair of two-ended DNA double-strand breaks

    This article has 11 authors:
    1. Lisa Koob
    2. Anoek Friskes
    3. Louise van Bergen
    4. Femke M. Feringa
    5. Bram van den Broek
    6. Emma S. Koeleman
    7. Michael Schubert
    8. Vincent A. Blomen
    9. Thijn R. Brummelkamp
    10. Lenno Krenning
    11. René H. Medema

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  2. Short-term molecular consequences of chromosome mis-segregation for genome stability

    This article has 22 authors:
    1. Lorenza Garribba
    2. Giuseppina De Feudis
    3. Valentino Martis
    4. Martina Galli
    5. Marie Dumont
    6. Yonatan Eliezer
    7. René Wardenaar
    8. Marica Rosaria Ippolito
    9. Divya R Iyer
    10. Andréa E Tijhuis
    11. Diana CJ Spierings
    12. Michael Schubert
    13. Silvia Taglietti
    14. Chiara Soriani
    15. Simon Gemble
    16. Renata Basto
    17. Nick Rhind
    18. Floris Foijer
    19. Uri Ben-David
    20. Daniele Fachinetti
    21. Ylli Doksani
    22. Stefano Santaguida

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  3. lncRNA H19/Let7b/EZH2 axis regulates somatic cell senescence

    This article has 5 authors:
    1. Manali Potnis
    2. Justin Do
    3. Olivia El Naggar
    4. Eishi Noguchi
    5. Christian Sell
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      In this manuscript, Sell et al., investigate the role of the long non-coding RNA H19 in regulating cellular senescence. Using several cell models they identify upstream and downstream effectors of H19 including let-7 and EZH2. The advances in this work include the identification of a specific cascade of factors connecting H19, senescence and the actions of rapamycin.

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  4. Nanog organizes transcription bodies

    This article has 9 authors:
    1. Ksenia Kuznetsova
    2. Martino Ugolini
    3. Edlyn Wu
    4. Manan Lalit
    5. Haruka Oda
    6. Yuko Sato
    7. Hiroshi Kimura
    8. Florian Jug
    9. Nadine Vastenhouw

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