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cohesive end

[kō′hē·siv ‚end]
(biochemistry)
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On the April 11, (https://science.sciencemag.org/content/early/2019/04/10/science.aax4558) Science released a notice  declaring that it is retracting the report after a series of investigations conducted by the University of Cambridge on the paper entitled "Human SIRT6 promotes DNA end resection through CtIP deacetylation."
(2003) Identification of DNA-PKcs phosphorylation sites in XRCC4 and effects of mutation at these sites on DNA end joining in a cell-free system.
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"It then performs a chemical reaction on the damaged DNA end, reversing the damage and releasing it so that the broken DNA strand can be welded together with the rest of the double helix.
Actively dividing somatic cells do not effectively compensate the loss of telomeric sequences due to the DNA end replication problem (Counter et al., 1992).
"During BIR, one broken DNA end is paired with an identical DNA sequence on another chromosome and initiates an unusual type of replication, which proceeds as a migrating bubble and is associated with the accumulation of large amounts of single-strand DNA," she said.
Telomerase and DNA end replication: no longer a lagging strand problem?
In these experiments, DNA ends are usually tagged with specific markers to attach the molecules to the AFM tip apex, or trap its ends in the optical or magnetic devices.
But he now highlights the condition through his Twitter feed @ColitisCop and often shares amusing stories about his previous struggles - not least when his DNA ended up within a crime cordon after one episode when he was "caught short".
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