Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Ubiquitination Governing DNA Repair - Implications in Health and Disease

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Effrossyni Boutou
Effrossyni Boutou

Laiko General Hospital of Athens,
Greece

Published01 August 2018

Doi10.5772/66565

ISBN978-1-78923-585-2

Print ISBN978-1-78923-584-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83881-264-5

Copyright year2018

Number of pages220

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

1. Ubiquitylation and SUMOylation: An Orchestrated Regulation During DNA Damage Repair

By Sara Espinoza-Corona, Ma Luisa Bazán-Tejeda, Ulises Omar García- Lepe and Rosa Ma Bermúdez-Cruz

1,196
3. Regulation of the Base Excision Repair Pathway by Ubiquitination

By Rachel Jane Carter and Jason Luke Parsons

1,198
4. The Role of Deubiquitinases in DNA Double-Strand Break Repair

By Jun Lu, Zhi-Feng Xi, Xiao-Ying Huang, Qiang Xia and Xi-Dai Long

1,083
6. The Cross Talk among Autophagy, Ubiquitination, and DNA Repair: An Overview

By Francesca Nazio, Emiliano Maiani and Francesco Cecconi

1,467
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7. Interlace between Chromatin Structure, DNA Repair and Ubiquitination

By Attya Bhatti, Shanzay Ahmed, Arooma Jannat and Peter John

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9. Ubiquitination and DNA Repair in Multiple Myeloma

By Lisa J. Crawford and Alexandra E. Irvine

1,271
10. Ubiquitin and Fanconi Anemia

By Ioannis Drikos and Alexandros Sachinidis

1,118
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