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2012-03Lack of recognition by global-genome nucleotide excision repair accounts for the high mutagenicity and persistence of aristolactam-DNA adductsSidorenko, Victoria S.; Yeo, Jung-Eun; Bonala, Radha R.; Johnson, Francis; Schaerer, Orlando D.; Grollman, Arthur P.ARTICLE302
2018-11Molecular basis for damage recognition and verification by XPC-RAD23B and TFIIH in nucleotide excision repairMu, Hong; Geacintov, Nicholas E.; Broyde, Suse; Yeo, Jung-Eun; Scharer, Orlando D.ARTICLE272
2010-08-22Sequence-context dependent recognition and repair of aristolochic acid-DNA adductsYeo, Jung-Eun; Bonala, Rhada R.; Attaluri, Sivaprasad; Izaitseva, Irina; Johnson, Francis; Iden, Charles R.; Scharer, Orlando D.CONFERENCE11
2019-09Single-molecule visualization reveals the damage search mechanism for the human NER protein XPC-RAD23BCheon, Na Young; Kim, Hyun-Suk; Yeo, Jung-Eun; Scharer, Orlando D.; Lee, Ja YilARTICLE271
2012-08-19Synthesis and repair of site-specific DNA-protein cross-linksWickramaratne, Susith; Yeo, Jung-Eun; Schaerer, Orlando; Campbell, Colin; Distefano, Mark; Tretyakova, NataliaCONFERENCE10
2012-11The Efficiencies of Damage Recognition and Excision Correlate with Duplex Destabilization Induced by Acetylaminofluorene Adducts in Human Nucleotide Excision RepairYeo, Jung-Eun; Khoo, Andy; Fagbemi, Adebanke F.; Scharer, Orlando D.ARTICLE252
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