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Figure 3 | Cell Division

Figure 3

From: Tying the loose ends together in DNA double strand break repair with 53BP1

Figure 3

During class-switch recombination, AID-induced breaks are repaired by the DSB repair proteins such as Mre11/Nbs1/Rad50, H2AX, Mdc1, 53BP1, and components of the NHEJ apparatus (Ku70, Ku 80, DNA-PK). Failure to perfom DSB repair activates ATM, leading to p53 stabilization. Alternatively, breaks are resolved by translocations often involving c-myc. These translocations are suppressed by ATM or by activation of the p19-dependent pathway leading to the activation of p53, resulting in checkpoint arrest and cell death. Adapted from reference 88 with permission.

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