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2011

Cortázar, Daniel and Kunz, Christophe and Selfridge, Jim and Lettieri, Teresa and Saito, Yusuke and MacDougall, Eilidh and Wirz, Annika and Schuermann, David and Jacobs, Angelika L. and Siegrist, Fredy and Steinacher, Roland and Jiricny, Josef and Bird, Adrian and Schär, Primo. (2011) Embryonic lethal phenotype reveals a function of TDG in maintaining epigenetic stability. Nature, Vol. 470, H. 7334. pp. 419-423.

Filges, Isabel and Kunz, Christophe and Miny, Peter and Boesch, Nemya and Szinnai, Gabor and Wenzel, Friedel and Tschudin, Sibil and Zumsteg, Urs and Heinimann, Karl. (2011) A novel missense mutation in the high mobility group domain of SRY drastically reduces its DNA-binding capacity and causes paternally transmitted 46,XY complete gonadal dysgenesis. Fertility and sterility, 96 (4). pp. 851-855.

2009

Kunz, Christophe and Focke, Frauke and Saito, Yusuke and Schuermann, David and Lettieri, Teresa and Selfridge, Jim and Schär, Primo. (2009) Base excision by thymine DNA glycosylase mediates DNA-directed cytotoxicity of 5-fluorouracil. PLoS Biology, Vol. 7, H. 4 , e91.

Kunz, C. and Saito, Y. and Schär, P.. (2009) DNA Repair in mammalian cells: mismatched repair : variations on a theme. Cellular and molecular life sciences, Vol. 66, no. 6. pp. 1021-1038.

2007

Hardeland, Ulrike and Kunz, Christophe and Focke, Frauke and Szadkowski, Marta and Schär, Primo. (2007) Cell cycle regulation as a mechanism for functional separation of the apparently redundant uracil DNA glycosylases TDG and UNG2. Nucleic Acids Research, 35 (11). pp. 3859-3867.

Cortázar, Daniel and Kunz, Christophe and Saito, Yusuke and Steinacher, Roland and Schär, Primo. (2007) The enigmatic thymine DNA glycosylase. DNA repair, 6 (4). pp. 489-504.

2004

Kunz, Christophe and Schär, Primo. (2004) Meiotic recombination: sealing the partnership at the junction. Current Biology, 14 (22). R962-R964.