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  1. Huang, L-c., Clarkin, K., and Wahl, G.M. (1996) p53 dependent cell cycle arrests are preserved in DNA-activated protein kinase deficient mouse fibroblasts. Cancer Research 56:2940-2944.
  2. Paulson, T.G., Wright, F., Parker, B., Russack, V., and Wahl, G.M. (1996) Microsatellite instability correlates with reduced survival and poor disease prognosis in breast cancer.  Cancer Research 56:4021-4026.
  3. Jones, S.N., Sands, A.T., Hancock, A.R., Vogel, H., Donehower, L.A., Linke, S.P., Wahl, G.M., Bradley, A. (1996) Absence of a p53-independent role for Mdm2 in control of cell growth and tumorigenesis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 93:14106-14111.
  4. Aladjem, M., Brody, L., O'Gorman, S., and Wahl, G.M. (1997) Positive selection of FLP mediated unequal sister chromatid exchange products in mammalian cells. Mol. Cell. Biol. 17:857-861.
  5. Wahl, G.M., Linke, S.P., Paulson, T.G., and Huang, L-C. (1997) Cell Cycle Control of Genetic Stability, in Genomic Instability and Immortality in Cancer: Mammalian checkpoints and genetic instability.  In Enrico Mihich (ed.), Proceedings of the 8th Annual Pezcoller Symposium, June 17-19, 1996, Trento, Italy. Plenum Publishing Co., New York 8:33-52
  6. Wahl, G.M., Linke, S.P., Paulson, T.G., and Huang, L-c. (1997) Checkpoint Controls and Cancer: Maintaining genetic stability through Tp53 mediated checkpoint control.  In J. Tooze (ed.), Cancer Surveys. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, New York 29:183-219.
  7. Linke, S.P., Clarkin, K., and Wahl, G.M. (1997) p53 mediates permanent arrest over multiple cell cycles in response to g- irradiation1. Cancer Research 57:1171-1179.
  8. Di Leonardo, A., Hussain-Khan, S., Linke, S.P., Greco, V., Seidita, G., and Wahl, G.M. (1997) DNA rereplication in the presence of mitotic spindle inhibitors in human and mouse fibroblasts lacking either p53 or pRb function1. Cancer Research 57:1013-1019.
  9. Linke, S.P., Harris, M.P., Neugebauer, S.E., Clarkin, K.C., Shepard, H.M., Maneval, D.C., and Wahl, G.M. (1997) p53-mediated accumulation of hypophosphorylated pRb after the G1 restriction point fails to halt cell cycle progression. Oncogene 15:337-345.
  10. Aladjem, M. and Wahl, G.M. (1998) Mapping replication fork direction by leading strand analysis. Methods: A companion to Methods in Enzymology 13(3):281-292.
  11. Paulson, T.G., Almasan, A., Brody, L., and Wahl, G.M. (1998) Gene amplification in a p53-deficient cell line requires cell cycle progression under conditions that generate DNA breakage. Mol. Cell. Biol. 18(5):3089-3100.
  12. Shimizu, N., Itoh, N., Utiyama, H., and Wahl, G.M. (1998) Selective entrapment of extrachromosomally amplified DNA by nuclear budding and micronucleation during S-phase. J Cell Biol. 140(6):1307-1320
  13. Aladjem, M. I., Spike, B. T., Rodewald, L. W., Hope, T. J., Klemm, M., Jaenisch, R., and Wahl, G.M. (1998) ES cells do not activate p53 dependent stress responses and undergo p53-independent apoptosis in response to DNA damage. Current Biology 8:145-155.