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 **This pre-published dataset has been approved for submission to BioGRID ORCS and will be available in our resource after publication.** **This pre-published dataset has been approved for submission to BioGRID ORCS and will be available in our resource after publication.**
  
-**Title:** Genome-wide CRISPR synthetic lethality screen identifies a role for the ADP-ribosyltransferase PARP14 in DNA replication dynamics controlled by ATR - Nucleic Acids Research (2020)+**Title:** Genome-wide CRISPR synthetic lethality screen identifies a role for the ADP-ribosyltransferase PARP14 in DNA replication dynamics controlled by ATR - Nucleic Acids Research (2020) (**[[https://​doi.org/​10.1101/​2020.04.08.032847|10.1101/​2020.04.08.032847]]**)
  
 **Authors:​** Ashna Dhoonmoon, Emily M. Schleicher, Kristen E. Clements, Claudia M. Nicolae & George-Lucian Moldovan **Authors:​** Ashna Dhoonmoon, Emily M. Schleicher, Kristen E. Clements, Claudia M. Nicolae & George-Lucian Moldovan
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 **Abstract:​** The DNA damage response is essential to maintain genomic stability, suppress replication stress, and protect against carcinogenesis. The ATR-CHK1 pathway is an essential component of this response, which regulates cell cycle progression in the face of replication stress. PARP14 is an ADPribosyltransferase with multiple roles in transcription,​ signaling, and DNA repair. To understand the biological functions of PARP14, we catalogued the genetic components that impact cellular viability upon loss of PARP14 by performing an unbiased, comprehensive,​ genome-wide CRISPR knockout genetic screen in PARP14-deficient cells. We uncovered the ATR-CHK1 pathway as essential for viability of PARP14-deficient cells, and identified regulation of DNA replication dynamics as an important mechanistic contributor to the synthetic lethality observed. Our work shows that PARP14 is an important modulator of the response to ATR-CHK1 pathway inhibitors. **Abstract:​** The DNA damage response is essential to maintain genomic stability, suppress replication stress, and protect against carcinogenesis. The ATR-CHK1 pathway is an essential component of this response, which regulates cell cycle progression in the face of replication stress. PARP14 is an ADPribosyltransferase with multiple roles in transcription,​ signaling, and DNA repair. To understand the biological functions of PARP14, we catalogued the genetic components that impact cellular viability upon loss of PARP14 by performing an unbiased, comprehensive,​ genome-wide CRISPR knockout genetic screen in PARP14-deficient cells. We uncovered the ATR-CHK1 pathway as essential for viability of PARP14-deficient cells, and identified regulation of DNA replication dynamics as an important mechanistic contributor to the synthetic lethality observed. Our work shows that PARP14 is an important modulator of the response to ATR-CHK1 pathway inhibitors.
  
-**Downloads ​(1 Screen):** <FILE LINK HERE>+**Downloads:​** ​ 
 +  * **[[https://​downloads.thebiogrid.org/​Download/​BioGRID-ORCS/​Pre-Publication-Datasets/​dhoonmoon2020/​Supplementary_Table_S1.xlsx|Supplementary_Table_S1.xlsx]]** - List of all genes and gRNAs in the PARP14 synthetic lethality CRISPR screen ranked by RSA. The “Gene Rank RSA” tab lists all genes ranked by p-value as obtained from the RSA analyses. The “gRNA List” tab lists all gRNA sequences and indicates the read count for each of them.
  
  
 
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