DNA annealing

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DNA annealing

Sld2 binds to origin single-stranded DNA and stimulates DNA annealing

RecO-mediated DNA homology search and annealing is facilitated by SsbA

DNA strand displacement, strand annealing and strand swapping by the Drosophila Bloom's syndrome helicase

The Bloom's syndrome helicase promotes the annealing of complementary single-stranded DNA

A SRS2 homolog from Arabidopsis thaliana disrupts recombinogenic DNA intermediates and facilitates single strand annealing

Microhomology-mediated DNA strand annealing and elongation by human DNA polymerases λ and β on normal and repetitive DNA sequences

The Borrelia burgdorferi telomere resolvase, ResT, anneals ssDNA complexed with its cognate ssDNA-binding protein

Details of ssDNA annealing revealed by an HSV-1 ICP8–ssDNA binary complex

DNA-binding and strand-annealing activities of human Mre11: implications for its roles in DNA double-strand break repair pathways

A kinetic model of single-strand annealing for the repair of DNA double-strand breaks

Molecular modeling of the conformational complexity of (+)-anti-B[a]PDE-adducted DNA using simulated annealing.

Human RECQ5 helicase promotes repair of DNA double-strand breaks by synthesis-dependent strand annealing

Structural determinants of TAR RNA-DNA annealing in the absence and presence of HIV-1 nucleocapsid protein

Hierarchy of nonhomologous end-joining, single-strand annealing and gene conversion at site-directed DNA double-strand breaks

The telomere resolvase of the Lyme disease spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi, promotes DNA single-strand annealing and strand exchange

The intrinsically disordered amino-terminal region of human RecQL4: multiple DNA-binding domains confer annealing, strand exchange and G4 DNA binding

Preferential binding to branched DNA strands and strand‐annealing activity of the human Rad51B, Rad51C, Rad51D and Xrcc2 protein complex


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The reassociation of single strands of DNA, that have been separated by heating, to form double-stranded DNA in which there is complementary pairing of bases. The rate at which double strands re-form depends upon the degree of repetition, and is slowest for unique sequences (see C0t curve).

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