- Timeless functions independently of the Tim-Tipin complex to promote sister chromatid cohesion in normal human fibroblastsStephanie L Smith-Roe
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC USA
Cell Cycle 10:1618-24. 2011..A better understanding of how Timeless, Tipin and Claspin promote SCC will elucidate non-checkpoint functions of these proteins at DNA replication forks and inform models of the establishment of SCC...
- Separation of intra-S checkpoint protein contributions to DNA replication fork protection and genomic stability in normal human fibroblastsStephanie L Smith-Roe
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA
Cell Cycle 12:332-45. 2013..These data reveal a complex and coordinated program of genome maintenance enforced by proteins known for their intra-S checkpoint function...