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Dietschy, T; Shevelev, I; Pena-Diaz, J; Hühn, D; Kuenzle, S; Mak, R; Miah, M F; Hess, D; Fey, M; Hottiger, M O; Janscak, P; Stagljar, I (2009). p300-mediated acetylation of the Rothmund-Thomson-syndrome gene product RECQL4 regulates its subcellular localization. Journal of Cell Science, 122(Pt. 8):1258-1267.
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Saydam, N; Kanagaraj, R; Dietschy, T; Garcia, P L; Peña-Diaz, J; Shevelev, I; Stagljar, I; Janscak, P (2007). Physical and functional interactions between Werner syndrome helicase and mismatch-repair initiation factors. Nucleic Acids Research, 35(17):5706-5716.
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