Cell-cycle signaling: Atm displays its many talents

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Abstract

The discovery of multiple signaling cascades downstream of Atm may lead to a clearer understanding of the diverse defects seen in ataxia-telangiectasia. These pathways - which include evolutionarily conserved Chk1 and Atr, and non-conserved p21, p53 and AbI - guard genomic integrity after DNA damage.

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Westphal, C. H. (1997, December 1). Cell-cycle signaling: Atm displays its many talents. Current Biology. Cell Press.

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