Search results for: MMR - MOST Wiedzy

Search

Search results for: MMR

Search results for: MMR

  • Białka prokariotycznego systemu MMR: rola oraz interakcje

    Uszkodzenia komórkowego DNA w postaci błędnie sparowanych lub niesparowanych zasad azotowych są wynikiem niewłaściwie zachodzących procesów metabolizmu DNA, takich jak replikacja, rekombinacja oraz naprawa DNA. Utrwalenie tego rodzaju zmian prowadzi do powstania mutacji. System MMR (ang. DNA mismatch repair) usuwa te uszkodzenia przyczyniając się do zwiększenia wierności replikacji DNA oraz utrzymania stabilności genomu komórki....

  • MutL protein as a constituent of vsp, ner and mmr repair systems

    Publication

    - Year 2013

    MutS and MutL proteins are renowned mostly for their functions in well-characterized, post-DNA replication mis- match repair system (MMR). However, there is growing evidence that MMR system is not the only field of action for these pro- teins. Moreover, the participation in MMR does not even have to be their primary function. There are some reports indicat- ing involvement of MutL in BER, NER and VSP (very short patch repair)....

    Full text to download in external service

  • MUTL PROTEIN AS A COMMON CONSTITUENT OF VSP, BER, NER AND MMR REPAIR SYSTEMS

    Publication

    - Year 2013

    MutS and MutL proteins are renowned mostly for their functions in well-characterized, post-DNA replication mismatch repair system (MMR). However, there is growing evidence that MMR system is not the only field of action of these proteins. Moreover, involvement in MMR does not even have to be their primary function. There are some reports indicating involvement of MutL in BER, NER and VSP (very short patch repair). MutL protein...

    Full text to download in external service

  • Conserved motifs of MutL proteins

    tThe MutL protein is best known for its function in DNA mismatch repair (MMR). However, there isevidence to suggest that MutL is not only the linker connecting the functions of MutS and MutH in MMR,but that it also participates in other repair systems, such as Very Short Patch (VSP), Base Excision (BER)and Nucleotide Excision Repair (NER). This study set out to identify the most highly conserved aminoacid sequence motifs in MutL...

    Full text to download in external service

  • MutS3: a MutS homologue of unknown biological function

    Publication

    The homologues of MutS proteins are widespread among both Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. MutS designated as MutS1 is a part of MMR (mismatch repair) system which is responsible for removal of mispaired bases and small insertion/deletion loops in DNA. Initially, the only MutS homologues known were those engaged in mismatch repair and these were later designated as MutS1. Subsequently, the MutS2 homologue was distinguished. MutS2 does...

    Full text to download in external service