His primary areas of investigation include DNA repair, Molecular biology, DNA repair protein XRCC4, DNA and DNA damage. Many of his research projects under DNA repair are closely connected to Ku80 with Ku80, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Bernard Salles performs integrative study on Molecular biology and Philadelphia chromosome in his works.
Bernard Salles regularly links together related areas like DNA ligase in his DNA repair protein XRCC4 studies. His work on Chromatin and G-quadruplex as part of general DNA study is frequently linked to Telomere-binding protein, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work carried out in the field of DNA damage brings together such families of science as DNA supercoil, DNA replication, Cell aging and Telomere.
Bernard Salles mainly focuses on Molecular biology, DNA repair, DNA, DNA damage and Nucleotide excision repair. Bernard Salles carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Molecular biology and Ku80. His research in DNA repair intersects with topics in DNA ligase, DNA replication and Cell biology.
Bernard Salles works mostly in the field of DNA, limiting it down to topics relating to Escherichia coli and, in certain cases, Mutant, as a part of the same area of interest. His studies in DNA damage integrate themes in fields like Chromatin, Histone and Mutagenesis. His study on Excinuclease is often connected to Replication protein A as part of broader study in Nucleotide excision repair.
Bernard Salles mainly investigates Cell biology, Molecular biology, DNA damage, DNA repair and Non-homologous end joining. His work on Kinase activity and Protein kinase A is typically connected to Ataxia Telangiectasia Mutated Proteins as part of general Cell biology study, connecting several disciplines of science. His study deals with a combination of Molecular biology and Ku80.
His DNA damage research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chromatin and Toxicology. His DNA repair study is concerned with DNA in general. His research integrates issues of DNA ligase and LIG4 in his study of DNA-PKcs.
His primary scientific interests are in Molecular biology, Chromatin, Autophosphorylation, Ku80 and DNA-PKcs. His Chromatin research integrates issues from DNA damage and DNA End-Joining Repair. His work deals with themes such as Transcription factor and Cell biology, which intersect with DNA damage.
His Autophosphorylation research incorporates elements of Histone, DNA ligase, LIG4 and Acetylation. His DNA-PKcs study deals with the bigger picture of DNA repair. His work on Homologous recombination as part of general DNA study is frequently linked to DNA Single Strand Break, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
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Cancer-Associated Adipocytes Exhibit an Activated Phenotype and Contribute to Breast Cancer Invasion
Béatrice Dirat;Ludivine Bochet;Marta Dabek;Danièle Daviaud.
Cancer Research (2011)
Involvement of Poly(ADP-ribose) Polymerase-1 and XRCC1/DNA Ligase III in an Alternative Route for DNA Double-strand Breaks Rejoining
Marc Audebert;Bernard Salles;Patrick Calsou.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2004)
Loss of ATM positively regulates the expression of hypoxia inducible factor 1 (HIF-1) through oxidative stress: Role in the physiopathology of the disease.
Marielle Ousset;Fanny Bouquet;Frédérique Fallone;Denis Biard.
Cell Cycle (2010)
Ionizing-radiation induced DNA double-strand breaks: a direct and indirect lighting up.
Julien Vignard;Gladys Mirey;Bernard Salles.
Radiotherapy and Oncology (2013)
A G-quadruplex structure within the 5′-UTR of TRF2 mRNA represses translation in human cells
Dennis Gomez;Aurore Guédin;Jean-Louis Mergny;Bernard Salles.
Nucleic Acids Research (2010)
TRF2 and Apollo Cooperate with Topoisomerase 2α to Protect Human Telomeres from Replicative Damage
Jing Ye;Christelle Lenain;Serge Bauwens;Angela Rizzo.
DNA-dependent protein kinase and XRCC4-DNA ligase IV mobilization in the cell in response to DNA double strand breaks.
Jérôme Drouet;Christine Delteil;Jacques Lefrançois;Patrick Concannon.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2005)
Coordinated assembly of Ku and p460 subunits of the DNA-dependent protein kinase on DNA ends is necessary for XRCC4-ligase IV recruitment.
Patrick Calsou;Christine Delteil;Philippe Frit;Jérôme Drouet.
Journal of Molecular Biology (2003)
The Loss of γH2AX Signal is a Marker of DNA Double Strand Breaks Repair Only at Low Levels of DNA Damage
Fanny Bouquet;Catherine Muller;Bernard Salles.
Cell Cycle (2006)
DNA damage triggers SAF-A and RNA biogenesis factors exclusion from chromatin coupled to R-loops removal
Sébastien Britton;Emma Dernoncourt;Christine Delteil;Carine Froment.
Nucleic Acids Research (2014)
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