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The nuclear protein SETMAR has been reported to be involved in many processes such as non-homologous end joining (NHEJ), di-methylation (arguably) of K36 of histone H3, restart of stalled replication forks, chromosome decatenation, enhancing of TOPII inhibitors which results in resistance to chemotherapeutics in cancer patients, etc. All these purported functions are impossible to execute without interaction with other proteins. It is established that SETMAR binds specifically to DNA atdoi:10.7912/c2/2887 fatcat:mrb7wltkhbhj3kwkkunivblk6e