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List of co-cited articles
articles co-cited >1



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A fine-structure map of spontaneous mitotic crossovers in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Phoebe S Lee, Patricia W Greenwell, Margaret Dominska, Malgorzata Gawel, Monica Hamilton, Thomas D Petes. PLoS Genet 2009
76
100

Biology of telomeres: lessons from budding yeast.
Martin Kupiec. FEMS Microbiol Rev 2014
60
100


Position effect at S. cerevisiae telomeres: reversible repression of Pol II transcription.
D E Gottschling, O M Aparicio, B L Billington, V A Zakian. Cell 1990
100


A genomewide screen in Saccharomyces cerevisiae for genes that suppress the accumulation of mutations.
Meng-Er Huang, Anne-Gaelle Rio, Alain Nicolas, Richard D Kolodner. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2003
213
100

Saccharomyces Rrm3p, a 5' to 3' DNA helicase that promotes replication fork progression through telomeric and subtelomeric DNA.
Andreas S Ivessa, Jin-Qiu Zhou, Vince P Schulz, Ellen K Monson, Virginia A Zakian. Genes Dev 2002
216
100

Role of DNA polymerases in repeat-mediated genome instability.
Kartik A Shah, Alexander A Shishkin, Irina Voineagu, Youri I Pavlov, Polina V Shcherbakova, Sergei M Mirkin. Cell Rep 2012
45
100


Binding of Multiple Rap1 Proteins Stimulates Chromosome Breakage Induction during DNA Replication.
Greicy H Goto, Sevil Zencir, Yukinori Hirano, Hiroo Ogi, Andreas Ivessa, Katsunori Sugimoto. PLoS Genet 2015
9
100




The mismatch repair system promotes DNA polymerase zeta-dependent translesion synthesis in yeast.
Kevin Lehner, Sue Jinks-Robertson. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2009
21
100

Eukaryotic DNA polymerase ζ.
Alena V Makarova, Peter M Burgers. DNA Repair (Amst) 2015
79
100



Friedreich's ataxia (GAA)n•(TTC)n repeats strongly stimulate mitotic crossovers in Saccharomyces cerevisae.
Wei Tang, Margaret Dominska, Patricia W Greenwell, Zachary Harvanek, Kirill S Lobachev, Hyun-Min Kim, Vidhya Narayanan, Sergei M Mirkin, Thomas D Petes. PLoS Genet 2011
36
100


A new role for Rrm3 in repair of replication-born DNA breakage by sister chromatid recombination.
Sandra Muñoz-Galván, María García-Rubio, Pedro Ortega, Jose F Ruiz, Sonia Jimeno, Benjamin Pardo, Belén Gómez-González, Andrés Aguilera. PLoS Genet 2017
13
100

The hidden side of unstable DNA repeats: Mutagenesis at a distance.
Kartik A Shah, Sergei M Mirkin. DNA Repair (Amst) 2015
21
100


Inhibition of silencing and accelerated aging by nicotinamide, a putative negative regulator of yeast sir2 and human SIRT1.
Kevin J Bitterman, Rozalyn M Anderson, Haim Y Cohen, Magda Latorre-Esteves, David A Sinclair. J Biol Chem 2002
726
100



Distribution of non-telomeric sites of the (TTAGGG)n telomeric sequence in vertebrate chromosomes.
J Meyne, R J Baker, H H Hobart, T C Hsu, O A Ryder, O G Ward, J E Wiley, D H Wurster-Hill, T L Yates, R K Moyzis. Chromosoma 1990
479
100

Mrc1 and Tof1 regulate DNA replication forks in different ways during normal S phase.
Ben Hodgson, Arturo Calzada, Karim Labib. Mol Biol Cell 2007
106
100

Overcoming natural replication barriers: differential helicase requirements.
Ranjith P Anand, Kartik A Shah, Hengyao Niu, Patrick Sung, Sergei M Mirkin, Catherine H Freudenreich. Nucleic Acids Res 2012
60
100

SIR2 suppresses replication gaps and genome instability by balancing replication between repetitive and unique sequences.
Eric J Foss, Uyen Lao, Emily Dalrymple, Robin L Adrianse, Taylor Loe, Antonio Bedalov. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2017
21
100

DNA double-strand breaks trigger genome-wide sister-chromatid cohesion through Eco1 (Ctf7).
Elçin Unal, Jill M Heidinger-Pauli, Douglas Koshland. Science 2007
233
100

Participation of DNA polymerase zeta in replication of undamaged DNA in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Matthew R Northam, Heather A Robinson, Olga V Kochenova, Polina V Shcherbakova. Genetics 2010
82
100

Genome-wide screen identifies pathways that govern GAA/TTC repeat fragility and expansions in dividing and nondividing yeast cells.
Yu Zhang, Alexander A Shishkin, Yuri Nishida, Dana Marcinkowski-Desmond, Natalie Saini, Kirill V Volkov, Sergei M Mirkin, Kirill S Lobachev. Mol Cell 2012
47
100

Genome rearrangements caused by interstitial telomeric sequences in yeast.
Anna Y Aksenova, Patricia W Greenwell, Margaret Dominska, Alexander A Shishkin, Jane C Kim, Thomas D Petes, Sergei M Mirkin. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2013
49
100

Expansion of Interstitial Telomeric Sequences in Yeast.
Anna Y Aksenova, Gil Han, Alexander A Shishkin, Kirill V Volkov, Sergei M Mirkin. Cell Rep 2015
16
100

Chromosome fragmentation after induction of a double-strand break is an active process prevented by the RMX repair complex.
Kirill Lobachev, Eric Vitriol, Jennifer Stemple, Michael A Resnick, Kerry Bloom. Curr Biol 2004
107
100

DNA polymerases ζ and Rev1 mediate error-prone bypass of non-B DNA structures.
Matthew R Northam, Elizabeth A Moore, Tony M Mertz, Sara K Binz, Carrie M Stith, Elena I Stepchenkova, Kathern L Wendt, Peter M J Burgers, Polina V Shcherbakova. Nucleic Acids Res 2014
61
100

Destabilization of simple repetitive DNA sequences by transcription in yeast.
M Wierdl, C N Greene, A Datta, S Jinks-Robertson, T D Petes. Genetics 1996
77
100




Disruption of the RAD52 gene alters the spectrum of spontaneous SUP4-o mutations in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
B A Kunz, M G Peters, S E Kohalmi, J D Armstrong, M Glattke, K Badiani. Genetics 1989
36
100


Mechanisms and regulation of mitotic recombination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Lorraine S Symington, Rodney Rothstein, Michael Lisby. Genetics 2014
207
100

Genomic deletions and point mutations induced in Saccharomyces cerevisiae by the trinucleotide repeats (GAA·TTC) associated with Friedreich's ataxia.
Wei Tang, Margaret Dominska, Malgorzata Gawel, Patricia W Greenwell, Thomas D Petes. DNA Repair (Amst) 2013
18
100

Identification of yeast mutants with altered telomere structure.
A J Lustig, T D Petes. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1986
220
100



Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.