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Transcription-targeted DNA deamination by the AID antibody diversification enzyme
Chaudhuri J, Tian M, Khuong C, Chua K, Pinaud E, Alt FW
NATURE 422 (6933): 726-730 APR 17 2003
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Rattray AJ; Strathern JN
Error-prone DNA polymerases: When making a mistake is the only way to get ahead
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21462 2003 BLOOD 102 (9): 3333-3339
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Activation-induced cytidine deaminase in chronic lymphocytic leukemia B cells: expression as multiple forms in a dynamic, variably sized fraction of the clone
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Expression of activation-induced cytidine deaminase is confined to B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphomas of germinal-center phenotype
213
41234 2003 CELL 113 (6): 803-809
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DNA determination mediates innate immunity to retroviral infection
20160
52525 2003 CURRENT OPINION IN CHEMICAL BIOLOGY 7 (6): 683-693
Skerra A
Imitating the humoral immune response
08
61746 2003 DNA REPAIR 2 (10): 1075-1085
Jansen JG; de Wind N
Biological functions of translesion synthesis proteins in vertebrates
17
74657 2003 DNA REPAIR 2 (11): 1163-1174
Yu KF; Lieber MR
Nucleic acid structures and enzymes in the immunoglobulin class switch recombination mechanism
612
83518 2003 EMBO JOURNAL 22 (21): 5893-5903
Schrader CE; Bradley SP; Vardo J; Mochegova SN; Flanagan E; et al.
Mutations occur in the Ig S mu region but rarely in S gamma regions prior to class switch recombination
1316
91479 2003 IMMUNITY 18 (6): 727-738
Zan H; Wu XP; Komori A; Holloman WK; Casali P
AID-dependent generation of resected double-strand DNA breaks and recruitment of Rad52/Rad51 in somatic hypermutation
1826
1015410 2003 IMMUNITY 19 (4): 479-489
Woo CJ; Martin A; Scharff MD
Induction of somatic hypermutation is associated with modifications in immunoglobulin variable region chromatin
2127
#LCRNCRNode / Date / Journal / AuthorLCSGCS
11119811 2003 IMMUNOLOGICAL REVIEWS 194 (1): 77-95
Mills KD; Ferguson DO; Alt FW
The role of DNA breaks in genomic instability and tumorigenesis
850
1212112 2003 JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION 112 (1): 19-22
Manis JP; Alt FW
Novel antibody switching defects in human patients
23
1318913 2003 JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE 197 (12): 1767-1778
Reina-San-Martin B; Difilippantonio S; Hanitsch L; Masilamani RF; Nussenzweig A; et al.
H2AX is required for recombination between immunoglobulin switch regions but not for intra-switch region recombination or somatic hypermutation
3053
1415014 2003 JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE 198 (8): 1171-1178
Martin A; Li ZQ; Lin DP; Bardwell PD; Iglesias-Ussel MD; et al.
Msh2 ATPase activity is essential for somatic hypermutation at A-T basepairs and for efficient class switch recombination
1725
1514215 2003 JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY 171 (5): 2504-2509
Catalan N; Selz F; Imai K; Revy P; Fischer A; et al.
The block in immunoglobulin class switch recombination caused by activation-induced cytidine deaminase deficiency occurs prior to the generation of DNA double strand breaks in switch mu region
1720
1634516 2003 MOLECULAR CELL 12 (2): 501-508
Barreto V; Reina-San-Martin B; Ramiro AR; McBride KM; Nussenzweig MC
C-terminal deletion of AID uncouples class switch recombination from somatic hypermutation and gene conversion
2740
1712417 2003 MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY 40 (5): 261-268
Diaz M; Ray M; Wheeler LJ; Verkoczy LK; Mathews CK
Mutagenesis by AID, a molecule critical to immunoglobulin hypermutation, is not caused by an alteration of the precursor nucleotide pool
44
1803118 2003 NATURE 422 (6933): 726-730
Chaudhuri J; Tian M; Khuong C; Chua K; Pinaud E; et al.
Transcription-targeted DNA deamination by the AID antibody diversification enzyme
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1921819 2003 NATURE 424 (6944): 21-22
Gu YP; Sundquist WI
Good to CU
311
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Fugmann SD; Schatz DG
RNA AIDs DNA
712
#LCRNCRNode / Date / Journal / AuthorLCSGCS
21110721 2003 NATURE IMMUNOLOGY 4 (7): 631-638
Reynaud CA; Aoufouchi S; Faili A; Weill JC
What role for AID: mutator, or assembler of the immunoglobulin mutasome?
1830
2222922 2003 NATURE IMMUNOLOGY 4 (7): 641-643
Harris RS; Sheehy AM; Craig HM; Malim MH; Neuberger MS
DNA deamination: not just a trigger for antibody diversification but also a mechanism for defense against retroviruses
517
2324723 2003 NATURE IMMUNOLOGY 4 (9): 843-848
Ta VT; Nagaoka H; Catalan N; Durandy A; Fischer A; et al.
AID mutant analyses indicate requirement for class-switch-specific cofactors
3765
2451224 2003 NATURE IMMUNOLOGY 4 (10): 945-946
Li ZQ; Woo CJ; Scharff MD
Mutations in AID and UNG extend the function of AID
23
2524725 2003 NATURE IMMUNOLOGY 4 (10): 1023-1028
Imai K; Slupphaug G; Lee WI; Revy P; Nonoyama S; et al.
Human uracil-DNA glycosylase deficiency associated with profoundly impaired immunoglobulin class-switch recombination
4987
26113126 2003 NATURE REVIEWS IMMUNOLOGY 3 (9): 721-732
Geha RS; Jabara HH; Brodeur SR
The regulation of immunoglobulin E class-switch recombination
219
27312927 2003 NATURE REVIEWS IMMUNOLOGY 3 (12): 962-972
de Villartay JP; Fischer A; Durandy A
The mechanisms of immune diversification and their disorders
03
2812928 2003 NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH 31 (12): 2990-2994
Sohail A; Klapacz J; Samaranayake M; Ullah A; Bhagwat AS
Human activation-induced cytidine deaminase causes transcription-dependent, strand-biased C to U deaminations
5461
2921729 2003 ONCOGENE 22 (35): 5379-5380
Gearhart PJ
B cells pay a price
02
30115830 2003 PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS 100 (2): 157-170
Collins AM; Sewell WA; Edwards MR
Immunoglobulin gene rearrangement, repertoire diversity, and the allergic response
04
#LCRNCRNode / Date / Journal / AuthorLCSGCS
3112831 2003 SCIENCE 302 (5653): 2137-2140
Nambu Y; Sugai M; Gonda H; Lee CG; Katakai T; et al.
Transcription-coupled events associating with immunoglobulin switch region chromatin
3349
3216232 2003 TRENDS IN BIOCHEMICAL SCIENCES 28 (6): 305-312
Neuberger MS; Harris RS; Di Noia J; Petersen-Mahrt SK
Immunity through DNA deamination
2252
33522433 2004 ADVANCES IN IMMUNOLOGY, VOL 82 82: 295-330
Durandy A; Revy P; Fischer A
Human models of inherited immunoglobulin class switch recombination and somatic hypermutation defects (hyper-IgM syndromes)
13
3435934 2004 BLOOD 103 (10): 3828-3836
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Immunoglobulin class-switch recombination in mice devoid of any S mu tandem repeat
45
3555235 2004 BLOOD 104 (10): 3318-3325
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Expression of the AID protein in normal and neoplastic B cells
38
36211736 2004 CELL 116 (2): 299-311
Jung D; Alt FW
Unraveling V(D)J recombination: Insights into gene regulation
738
3774637 2004 CELL CYCLE 3 (8): 983-985
Wang CL; Wabl M
Precise dosage of an endogenous mutagen in the immune system
00
3822138 2004 CURRENT OPINION IN IMMUNOLOGY 16 (2): 163-166
Berg LJ; Nussenzweig M
Lymphocyte development - Signals that regulate lymphocyte development and differentiation - Editorial overview
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3934339 2004 CURRENT OPINION IN IMMUNOLOGY 16 (2): 241-245
Besmer E; Gourzi P; Papavasiliou FN
The regulation of somatic hypermutation
49
4032940 2004 DNA REPAIR 3 (1): 85-89
Bhagwat AS
DNA-cytosine deaminases: from antibody maturation to antiviral defense
24
#LCRNCRNode / Date / Journal / AuthorLCSGCS
4123341 2004 DNA REPAIR 3 (5): 505-513
Fischer JA; Muller-Weeks S; Caradonna S
Proteolytic degradation of the nuclear isoform of uracil-DNA glycosylase occurs during the S phase of the cell cycle
03
4253342 2004 DNA REPAIR 3 (7): 687-692
Steele EJ
DNA polymerase-eta as a reverse transcriplase: implications for mechanisms of hypermutation in innate anti-retroviral defences and antibody SHM systems
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4349343 2004 DNA REPAIR 3 (7): 693-702
Sale JE
Immunoglobulin diversification in DT40: a model for vertebrate DNA damage tolerance
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441010444 2004 DNA REPAIR 3 (8-9): 781-796
Bassing CH; Alt FW
The cellular response to general and programmed DNA double strand breaks
111
4542645 2004 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY 34 (3): 844-849
Fugmann SD; Rush JS; Schatz DG
Non-redundancy of cytidine deaminases in class switch recombination
44
4698746 2004 GENES & DEVELOPMENT 18 (1): 1-11
Li ZQ; Woo CJ; Iglesias-Ussel MD; Ronai D; Scharff MD
The generation of antibody diversity through somatic hypermutation and class switch recombination
1329
4712647 2004 GENES AND IMMUNITY 5 (3): 176-182
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Mechanisms by which transcription can regulate somatic hypermutation
45
4831748 2004 GENOME BIOLOGY 5 (3): Art. No. 211
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Transcription-coupled mutagenesis by the DNA deaminase AID
05
49148149 2004 IMMUNITY 20 (6): 659-668
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AID: How does it aid antibody diversity?
1435
50824350 2004 IMMUNOLOGICAL REVIEWS 200: 115-131
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The role of the non-homologous end-joining pathway in lymphocyte development
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#LCRNCRNode / Date / Journal / AuthorLCSGCS
5143051 2004 IMMUNOLOGY AND CELL BIOLOGY 82 (2): 205-208
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The boundaries of the distribution of somatic hypermutation of rearranged immunoglobulin variable genes
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Human DNA polymerase-eta, an A-T mutator in somatic hypermutation of rearranged immunoglobulin genes, is a reverse transcriptase
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5514755 2004 INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY 16 (3): 395-404
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5642756 2004 INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY 16 (4): 549-557
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57169457 2004 JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY 114 (4): 726-735
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5833258 2004 JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 279 (8): 6496-6500
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DNA substrate length and surrounding sequence affect the activation-induced deaminase activity at cytidine
2328
59136059 2004 JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 279 (25): 26395-26401
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Activation-induced cytosine deaminase (AID) is actively exported out of the nucleus but retained by the induction of DNA breaks
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6025160 2004 JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 279 (46): 47411-47414
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61105561 2004 JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 279 (50): 52353-52360
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Activation-induced cytidine deaminase deaminates 5-methylcytosine in DNA and is expressed in pluripotent tissues - Implications for epigenetic reprogramming
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53BP1 is required for class switch recombination
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DNA polymerase eta is involved in hypermutation occurring during immunoglobulin class switch recombination
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Absence of DNA polymerase eta reveals targeting of C mutations on the nontranscribed strand in immunoglobulin switch regions
1317
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