Barry Sleckman

Affiliations: 
Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Area:
Immunology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology
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Innes CL, Hesse JE, Morales AJ, et al. (2019) DNA damage responses in murine Pre-B cells with genetic deficiencies in damage response genes. Cell Cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 1-17
Chen BR, Quinet A, Byrum AK, et al. (2019) XLF and H2AX function in series to promote replication fork stability. The Journal of Cell Biology
Hung PJ, Johnson B, Chen BR, et al. (2018) MRI Is a DNA Damage Response Adaptor during Classical Non-homologous End Joining. Molecular Cell
Bredemeyer AL, Edwards BS, Haynes MK, et al. (2017) High-Throughput Screening Approach for Identifying Compounds That Inhibit Nonhomologous End Joining. Slas Discovery : Advancing Life Sciences R & D. 2472555217746324
Lee BS, Lee BK, Iyer VR, et al. (2017) BCL11A is a critical component of a transcriptional network that activates RAG expression and VDJ recombination. Molecular and Cellular Biology
Lee BS, Dekker JD, Lee BK, et al. (2017) Retraction for Lee et al., "The BCL11A Transcription Factor Directly Activates RAG Gene Expression and V(D)J Recombination". Molecular and Cellular Biology. 37
Hung PJ, Chen BR, George R, et al. (2016) Deficiency of XLF and PAXX Prevents DNA Double-Strand Break Repair by Non-homologous End Joining in Lymphocytes. Cell Cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 0
Franco M, Panas MW, Marino ND, et al. (2016) A Novel Secreted Protein, MYR1, Is Central to Toxoplasma's Manipulation of Host Cells. Mbio. 7
Bednarski JJ, Pandey R, Schulte E, et al. (2016) RAG-mediated DNA double-strand breaks activate a cell type-specific checkpoint to inhibit pre-B cell receptor signals. The Journal of Experimental Medicine
Bredemeyer AL, Sleckman BP. (2015) DNA damage responses: beyond double-strand break repair. Current Biology : Cb. 25: R45-6
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