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Genome-wide expression profiling analysis of a SMC6 mutant mouse model

ABSTRACT: The function of the SMC5-6 complex is less clear, but it has an important role in a variety of different DNA repair processes and in resolving recombination structures. Interestingly mutation at a highly conserved residue (Ser994) in the ATP hydrolysis motif in the SMC6 C-terminal domain, resulted in mice with a mild phenotype. Total RNA obtained from homozygote 4 male mutant mice was compared to 2-4 wild type or 2 heterozygote controls.

ORGANISM(S): Mus musculus  

SUBMITTER: Marion Horsch   Johannes Beckers 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-38737 | ArrayExpress | 2013-04-22



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Smc5-6 is a highly conserved protein complex related to cohesin and condensin involved in the structural maintenance of chromosomes. In yeasts the Smc5-6 complex is essential for proliferation and is involved in DNA repair and homologous recombination. siRNA depletion of genes involved in the Smc5-6 complex in cultured mammalian cells results in sensitivity to some DNA damaging agents. In order to gain further insight into its role in mammals we have generated mice mutated in the Smc6 gene. A co  ...[more]

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