Schlacher K (2019) Sense and sensibility: ATM oxygen stress signaling manages brain cell energetics, JCB , Published online: 19 February 2019

Schlacher K (2018) A new road to cancer-drug resistance, Nature , Published online: 31 October 2018

Roy S, Tomaszowski KH, Luzwick JW, Park S, Li J, Murphy M, Schlacher K (2018) p53 suppresses mutagenic RAD52 and POLθ pathways by orchestrating DNA replication restart homeostasis. eLife

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“Insight” preview in eLife (2018)

Roy, S.,J.W. Luzwick, K. Schlacher (2018). SIRF: Quantitative in situ analysis of protein interactions at DNA replication forks. JCB

Spotlight in JCB (2018)

Schlacher, K.(2017).PARPi focuses the spotlight on replication fork protection in cancer. Nature Cell Biology


Tian, Y., Shen, X., Wang, R., Klages-Mundt, N., Lynn, E.J., Martin, S.K., Ye, Y., Gao, M., Chen, J., Schlacher, K.,Li, L.(2017).Constitutive role of the Fanconi anemia D2 gene in the replication stress response. Journal of Biological Chemistry,

Schlacher, K., Wu, H. and *Jasin M. (2012). A Novel Replication Fork Protection Pathway connects Fanconi Anemia Tumor Suppressor to RAD51-BRCA1/2. Cancer Cell

Siaud, N., Barbera M, Egashira, A., Lam I., Christ, N. Schlacher, K. Xia B., and Jasin, M. (2011). Plasticity of BRCA2 Function in Homologous Recombination. PLOS Genet.

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Schlacher, K., Christ, N., Siaud, N., Egashira, A., Wu, H., and *Jasin, M. (2011). Double-Strand Break Repair-Independent Role for BRCA2 in Blocking Stalled Replication Fork Degradation by MRE11. Cell,                                  

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Research Highlight in Nature Revs. Mol. Cell Biol.

Schlacher, K., and Goodman, M.F. (2007). Lessons from 50 years of SOS DNA-damage-induced mutagenesis. Nature Revs. Mol. Cell Biol.

Schlacher, K., Cox, M.M., Woodgate, R., Goodman, M.F. (2006). RecA acts in trans to allow replication of damaged DNA. Nature

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Schlacher, K., Jiang, Q., Woodgate, R., Goodman, M.F. (2006). Purification and Characterization of Escherichia Coli DNA Polymerase V. Meth. of Enz.

Schlacher, K., Pham, P., Cox, M. M., Goodman, M. F. (2006). Roles of DNA Polymerase V and RecA Protein in SOS Damage-Induced Mutation. Chemical Rev.

Schlacher, K., Leslie, K., Wyman, C., Woodgate, R., Cox, M. M., Goodman, M. F. (2005). DNA polymerase V and RecA protein, a minimal mutasome. Mol. Cell

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Collaborative publications:

Gadhikar MA, Zhang J, Shen L., Schlacher K, Frederick MJ, Myers JN. (2018).  CDKN2A/p16 Deletion in Head and Neck Cancer Cells Is Associated with CDK2 Activation, Replication Stress, and Vulnerability to CHK1 Inhibition. Cancer Research

Xu S., Wu X., Wu L., Castillo A., Liu J., Atkinson E., Paul A., Su D., Schlacher K.,Komatsu Y., You MJ., Wang B.(2017).Abro1 maintains genome stability and limits replication stress by protecting replication fork stability. Genes & Development,

Liu, W., Zhou, M., Li, Z., Li, H., Polaczek, P., Dai, H., Wu, Q., Liu, C., Karanja, K., Popuri, V., Shan., S., Schlacher., K., Zheng, L., Campbell, J., Shen, B. (2016). Selective Small Molecule DNA2 Inhibitor for Sensitization of Human Cancer Cells to Chemotherapy. EbioMedicine,

Guo, C., Kumagai, A., Schlacher, K., Shevchenko, A., Shevchenko, A. and Dunphy, W.G. (2015). Interaction of Chk1 with Treslin Negatively Regulates the Initiation of Chromosomal DNA Replication. Mol. Cell

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