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RecA protein


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RecA protein

RecA protein

Characterization of RecA424 and RecA670 Proteins from Deinococcus radiodurans

recA gene expression in a streptomycete is mediated by the unusual C-terminus of RecA protein

Characterization of two Streptomyces ambofaciens recA mutants: identification of the RecA protein by immunoblotting

RecA Protein Has Extremely High Cooperativity for Substrate in Its ATPase Activity

Use of RecA fusion proteins to induce genomic modifications in zebrafish

Topological testing of the mechanism of homology search promoted by RecA protein

Interaction of the RecA Protein of Escherichia coli with Single-stranded Oligodeoxyribonucleotides

Suramin is a potent and selective inhibitor of Mycobacterium tuberculosis RecA protein and the SOS response: RecA as a potential target for antibacterial drug discovery

Polynucleotide phosphorylase exonuclease and polymerase activities on single-stranded DNA ends are modulated by RecN, SsbA and RecA proteins

p53 protein interacts specifically with the meiosis-specific mammalian RecA-like protein DMC1 in meiosis

recA-Like Genes From Three Archaean Species with Putative Protein Products Similar to Rad51 and Dmcl Proteins of the Yeast Saccharomyces Cerevisiae

LexA Analog (dra0074) Is a Regulatory Protein That Is Irrelevant to recA Induction

Binding of double-stranded DNA by Escherichia coli RecA protein monitored by a fluorescent dye displacement assay

Selective inhibition of RecA functions by the Hc1 nucleoid condensation protein from Chlamydia trachomatis

Homologous Recognition by RecA Protein Using Non-Equivalent Three DNA-Strand-Binding Sites

Multiplex PCR: use of heat-stable Thermus thermophilus RecA protein to minimize non-specific PCR products

Force and ATP hydrolysis dependent regulation of RecA nucleoprotein filament by single-stranded DNA binding protein

 

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The product of the RecA locus of E. coli. The protein is of great antiquity, since it occurs in virtually all bacteria. The RecA monomer contains 352 amino acids. The monomers are packed to form a continuous right-handed spiral with six monomers per turn of the helix. The spiral filament contains a deep groove that can accommodate up to three strands of DNA. The RecA protein is a DNA-dependent ATPase, and ATP is hydrolyzed during genetic recombination processes. See Chronology, 1965, Clark; 1992, Story, Weber, and Steitz.

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