Dissecting regulatory pathways for transcription recovery following DNA damage reveals a non-canonical function of the histone chaperone HIRA

Published: 7 May 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/njd29jsdfr.1
Sophie Polo


Original data used in our publication by Bouvier et al., 2021, including original microscopy images, western-blot scans, FACS data, results of image analyses and of nascent transcriptome analyses. Folders are organized as Main Figures and Supplementary Figures with a subfolder for each figure panel. We combine cell imaging and genome-wide analyses of nascent transcripts to dissect the mechanisms underlying the function of the histone chaperone complex HIRA in transcription recovery following UV damage in human cells.



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