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MutH


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MutH

N‐terminus of hMLH1 confers interaction of hMutLα and hMutLβ with hMutSα

hMutSα forms an ATP-dependent complex with hMutLα and hMutLβ on DNA

Site‐specific protein modification to identify the MutL interface of MutH

Haemophilus influenzae and Vibrio cholerae genes for mutH are able to fully complement a mutH defect in Escherichia coli

Identifying an interaction site between MutH and the C-terminal domain of MutL by crosslinking, affinity purification, chemical coding and mass spectrometry

Differential DNA recognition and glycosylase activity of the native human MutY homolog (hMYH) and recombinant hMYH expressed in bacteria

Ectopic Expression of the Human MutT-Type Nudix Hydrolase, hMTH1, Confers Enhanced Tolerance to Oxidative Stress in Arabidopsis

Site- and strand-specific nicking of DNA by fusion proteins derived from MutH and I-SceI or TALE repeats

The function of Asp70, Glu77 and Lys79 in the Escherichia coli MutH protein

Differential subcellular localization of human MutY homolog (hMYH) and the functional activity of adenine:8-oxoguanine DNA glycosylase

The interacting domains of three MutL heterodimers in man: hMLH1 interacts with 36 homologous amino acid residues within hMLH3, hPMS1 and hPMS2

Functional characterization of two human MutY homolog (hMYH) missense mutations (R227W and V232F) that lie within the putative hMSH6 binding domain and are associated with hMYH polyposis

Identification of human MutY homolog (hMYH) as a repair enzyme for 2-hydroxyadenine in DNA and detection of multiple forms of hMYH located in nuclei and mitochondria

Identification of human MutY homolog (hMYH) as a repair enzyme for 2-hydroxyadenine in DNA and detection of multiple forms of hMYH located in nuclei and mitochondria

 

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A protein of E. coli that is involved, with MutS and MutL, in DNA mismatch repair. No homologue appears to have been found in eukaryotic cells. It functions as a site‐specific endonuclease.

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