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This article is about the yeast gene. For other uses, see SAE2 (disambiguation).

SAE2 is a gene of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, encoding for the a protein involved in the repair of DNA double strand breaks. While the aminoacid sequence of Sae2 diverged during evolution, the genome of higher eukaryotes encodes for a protein with similar function named CtIP