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DNA encoding a DNA repair protein

United States Patent

August 15, 2006
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An isolated and purified DNA molecule encoding a DNA repair protein, p95, is provided, as is isolated and purified p95. Also provided are methods of detecting p95 and DNA encoding p95. The invention further provides p95 knock-out mice.
Petrini; John H. J. (Madison, WI), Morgan; William Francis (Mill Valley, CA), Maser; Richard Scott (Madison, WI), Carney; James Patrick (El Cerrito, CA)
WARF Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (Madison, WI)
09/ 837,602
April 18, 2001
STATEMENT OF GOVERNMENT RIGHTS This invention was made with grants from the Government of the United States of America (grants GM07133, GM52095, GM56888, RR11823, CA09215 and CA40046 from the National Institutes of Health, contract number 4459-011502 from the United States Department of Energy, and grant BIR9214821 from the National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center). The Government may have certain rights in the invention.