“The Arabidopsis ATRIP ortholog is required for programmed response to replication inhibitors P. R. Sweeny, A. B. Britt, and K. M. Culligan, Plant Journal 60 518-526 (2009).

“Suppressor of gamma response 1 (SOG1) encodes a putative transcription factor governing multiple responses to DNA damage” K. Yoshiyama, P. A. Conklin, N. D. Huefner, and A. B. Britt, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 106 12843-12848 (2009). This is a faculty of 1000 cited publication.

“Both ATM and ATR promote the efficient and accurate processing of programmed meiotic double-strand breaks” K. M. Culligan and A. B. Britt, Plant Journal, 55 629-639 (2008).

ATR and ATM play distinct roles in response to ionizing radiation” K. M. Culligan, C. E. Robertson, J. Foreman, P. Doerner, and A. B. Britt, Plant Journal, 48 947-961 (2006). This is a faculty of 1000 cited publication.

Tissue-specific regulation of cell-cycle responses to DNA damage in Arabidopsis seedlings” E. Hefner, N. Huefner, and A. B. Britt, DNA Repair, 5 102-110 (2006).

“Ionizing radiation-dependent γ-H2AX focus formation requires ATM and ATR”. J. D. Friesner, B. Liu, K. M. Culligan, and A. B. Britt, Molecular Biology of the Cell, 16 2566-2576 (2005).

“ATR regulates a G2-phase cell cycle checkpoint in Arabidopsis thaliana” K. M. Culligan and A. B. Britt, Plant Cell, 16 1091-1104 (2004).

“A DNA damage-induced checkpoint in plants” S. B. Preuss and A. B. Britt Genetics, 164:323-334 (2003).

“Ku80 and DNA Ligase IV deficient plants are sensitive to ionizing radiation and defective in T-DNA integration” J. D. Friesner and A. B. Britt, Plant Journal, 34 427-440 (2003).

“Arabidopsis mutants sensitive to gamma radiation include the homolog of the human repair gene ERCC1” E. A. Hefner, S. B. Preuss, and A. B. Britt, J. Exp. Bot., 54669-680 (2003).

“Response of Arabidopsis DNA repair defective mutants to solar radiation”, A. B. Britt and E. Fiscus, Physiologia Plantarum,118 183-192 (2003).

“The Arabidopsis UVH1 gene is a homolog of the yeast repair endonuclease RAD1” A. L. Fidantsef, D. L. Mitchell, and A. B. Britt, Plant Physiol.124 579-586 (2000).

“Radiation-sensitive Arabidopsis mutants are proficient for T-DNA transformation” S. B. Preuss, C-Z. Jiang, H-K Baik, C. I. Kado, and A. B. Britt, Molec. Gen. Genet.261 623-626 (1999).

“Growth of Arabidopsis flavonoid mutants under solar radiation and UV filters” E. L. Fiscus, R. Philbeck, A. B. Britt, and F. L. Booker, Environmental and Experimental Botany41 231-245 (1999).