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Vejrup-Hansen, R. and Fleck, O. and Landvad, K. and Fahnoe, U. and Broendum, S.S. and Schreurs, A-S. and Kragelund, B.B. and Carr, A.M. and Holmberg, C. and Nielsen, O. (2014) Spd2 assists Spd1 in the modulation of ribonucleotide reductase architecture but does not regulate deoxynucleotide pools. Journal of Cell Science, 127 (11). pp. 2460-2470. DOI: http://10.1242/jcs.139816

Fleck, O. and Vejrup-Hansen, R. and Watson, A. and Carr, A.M. and Nielsen, O. and Holmberg, C. (2013) Spd1 accumulation causes genome instability independently of ribonucleotide reductase activity but functions to protect the genome when deoxynucleotide pools are elevated. Journal of Cell Science, 126 (21). pp. 4985-4994. DOI: 10.1242/​jcs.132837

Vejrup-Hansen, R. and Mizuno, K. and Miyabe, I. and Fleck, O. and Holmberg, C. and Murray, J.M. and Carr, A.M. and Nielsen, O. (2011) Schizosaccharomyces pombe Mms1 channels repair of perturbed replication into Rhp51 independent homologous recombination. DNA Repair, 10 ((3)). 283–295. DOI: 10.1016/j.dnarep.2010.11.013

Moss, J. and Tinline-Purvis, H. and Walker, C.A. and Folkes, L.K. and Stratford, M.R. and Hayles, J. and Hoe, K.L. and Kim, D.U. and Park, H.O. and Kearsey, S.E. and Fleck, O. and Holmberg, C. and Nielsen, O. and Humphrey, T.C. (2010) Break-induced ATR and Ddb1–Cul4Cdt2 ubiquitin ligase-dependent nucleotide synthesis promotes homologous recombination repair in fission yeast. Genes and Development, 24. pp. 2705-2716. DOI: 10.1101/gad.1970810

Nestoras, K. and Mohammed, A.H. and Schreurs, A.S. and Fleck, O. and Watson, A.T. and Poitelea, M. and O'Shea, C. and Chahwan, C. and Holmberg, C. and Kragelund, B.B. and Nielsen, O. and Osborne, M. and Carr, A.M. and Liu, C. (2010) Regulation of ribonucleotide reductase by Spd1 involves multiple mechanisms. Genes and Development, 24. pp. 1145-1159. DOI: 10.1101/gad.561910

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