Chromosome Damage and Repair

  • Erling Seeberg
  • Kjell Kleppe

Part of the NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSA, volume 40)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Spontaneous and Induced Damage to DNA and Chromatin

  3. Mechanisms of DNA Excision Repair

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 75-75
    2. Errol C. Friedberg
      Pages 77-84
    3. R. Grafstrom, N. Shaper, L. Grossman, W. Haseltine
      Pages 85-90
    4. Stuart Linn, Bruce Demple, Dale W. Mosbaugh, Huber R. Warner, Walter A. Deutsch
      Pages 97-112
    5. Jacques Laval, Josiane Pierre
      Pages 113-116
    6. Jacques Laval, Jean-Pierre Leblanc, Bernard Martin
      Pages 117-121
    7. R. B. Setlow, Eleanor Grist
      Pages 131-138
    8. Priscilla K. Cooper
      Pages 139-146
    9. R. Ben-Ishai, R. Sharon
      Pages 147-151
    10. Peter Strike, R. John Roberts
      Pages 153-158
  4. Mechanisms of Postreplication Repair and Repair by Recomination

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 167-167
    2. Jane K. Setlow, Nihal K. Notani
      Pages 181-185
    3. H. E. Kubitschek, C. N. Newman
      Pages 187-191
    4. Udo Mallick, Hans J. Rahmsdorf, Helmut Ponta, Peter Herrlich
      Pages 199-204
  5. Adaption to Alkylating Agents

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 205-205
    2. P. J. O’Connor, G. P. Margison, R. Montesano, J. D. Buckley, Y.-H. Chu, D. P. Cooper et al.
      Pages 233-245
  6. DNA Sequencing and Gene Cloning in Studying Mutagenesis and Repair

  7. DNA Repair Deficiency and Human Disease

About this book


The NATO - EMBO Advanced Study Institute - Lecture Course on "CHROMOSOME DAMAGE AND REPAIR" was held at God¢ysund Fjord Hotel outside Bergen, Norway. from Ms\r 27th to June 5th, 1980. This book represents the proceedings of this meeting. In addition to the for­ mal lectures, a number of short contributions presented in the dis­ cussion sessions following the lectures are also included. The papers have been divided into different groups according to topic, essentially in the same way as they were presented during the meet­ ing. The editors have m. ade' few alterations in the manuscript sub­ mitted and these were mostly confined to typing style and correc­ tion ot typographical errors. We would like to express our appreciation to all the persons who helped in making this meeting possible. Special thanks are due to Tomas Lindahl, Alan R. Lehmann and Erik Boye, who served in the advisory program committee. We would also like to thank our Danish friends and colleagues and others who provided invaluable assistance in an emergency situation. The editors are also grateful for the financial support provided by a number of organizations and institu­ tions. First and foremost of these were the NATO Scientific Affairs Division and the European Molecular Biology Organization.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Erling Seeberg
    • 1
  • Kjell Kleppe
    • 2
  1. 1.Norwegian Defense Research EstablishmentKjellerNorway
  2. 2.University of BergenBergenNorway

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