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MutS homologue hMSH4: interaction with eIF3f and a role in NHEJ-mediated DSB repair

Yen-Lin Chu, Xiling Wu, Yang Xu and Chengtao Her*

Molecular Cancer 2013, 12:51  doi:10.1186/1476-4598-12-51

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Marco Aurelio Pardo-Galvan   (2013-06-27 04:42)  Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo

In your article you found an interesting interaction of hMSH4 with eIF3f that is related to specific cell cycle phases, namely G1/S and G2/M. It would have been adequate if you related and supported your work with our report, where we show, for the first time, that eIF3f is naturally expressed during G1/S and G2/M (biphasic expression profile) in A549 cells, that it is essential for cell viability, and where we stated that ��It remains to be elucidated if eIF3f has the same function in both cell cycle phases�� (Higareda-Mendoza and Pardo-Galvan, Cell Division 2010, 5:10).

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Just that we work with eIF3f.

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