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Research Article

Defects in Base Excision Repair Sensitize Cells to Manganese in S. cerevisiae

Table 1

Strains used in this study.

GeneORFFunction

HSP104 YLL026WProtein disaggregase
RAD2 YGR258CNucleotide excision repair endonuclease
RAD52 YML032CHomologous recombination
SOD2 YHR008CMitochondrial superoxide dismutase
RAD18 YCR066WPostreplication repair
CTA1 YDR256CCatalase activity
SOD1 YJR104CSuperoxide dismutase activity
MLH1 YMR167WMismatch repair
GSH2 YOL049WGlutathione synthetase activity
GSH1 YJL101CGlutamate-cysteine ligase activity
APN1 YKL114CBase excision repair
UBC13 YDR092WDNA postreplication repair
RAD27 YKL113CBase excision repair, DNA replication
RAD30 YDR419WBypass synthesis DNA polymerase
NTG1 YAL015CBase excision repair

Wild type: strain BY4741 (MATa his3Δ1 leu2Δ0 met15Δ0 ura3Δ0).
RDKY3590 (MATa, ura3-52, leu2D1, trp1D63, hom3-10; lys210A).

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