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Cells from Cockayne syndrome patients are characterized by a deficiency in transcription-coupled repair (TCR) of UV-induced lesions. These cells have also been shown to be sensitive to oxidative stress and defective in TCR of some oxidative lesions. Because some discrepancies about this pathway have been recently reported in the literature, we describe here a system that allows us to analyze the effect of a unique 8-oxoguanine (8-oxoG) lesion on gene transcription in vivo. We have constructeddoi:10.1093/mutage/gem024 pmid:17630408 fatcat:jla3oq5zz5brxozgbeam3kawoy