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Pearson, ChristopherPerson Why?
Trinucleotide Repeat ExpansionConcept Why?
Replication inhibitors modulate instability of an expanded trinucleotide repeat at the myotonic dystrophy type 1 disease locus in human cells.Academic Article Why?
Slipping while sleeping? Trinucleotide repeat expansions in germ cells.Academic Article Why?
A CGG-repeat expansion mutation in ZNF713 causes FRA7A: association with autistic spectrum disorder in two families.Academic Article Why?
Absence of MutSß leads to the formation of slipped-DNA for CTG/CAG contractions at primate replication forks.Academic Article Why?
An unstable trinucleotide-repeat region on chromosome 13 implicated in spinocerebellar ataxia: a common expansion locus.Academic Article Why?
Bidirectional transcription stimulates expansion and contraction of expanded (CTG)*(CAG) repeats.Academic Article Why?
CpG methylation modifies the genetic stability of cloned repeat sequences.Academic Article Why?
Detection of slipped-DNAs at the trinucleotide repeats of the myotonic dystrophy type I disease locus in patient tissues.Academic Article Why?
Disease-associated repeat instability and mismatch repair.Academic Article Why?
DNA methylation and replication: implications for the "deletion hotspot" region of FMR1.Academic Article Why?
Expanded CTG repeat demarcates a boundary for abnormal CpG methylation in myotonic dystrophy patient tissues.Academic Article Why?
Fidelity of primate cell repair of a double-strand break within a (CTG).(CAG) tract. Effect of slipped DNA structures.Academic Article Why?
Huntington's and myotonic dystrophy hESCs: down-regulated trinucleotide repeat instability and mismatch repair machinery expression upon differentiation.Academic Article Why?
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