Target Molecular Simulations of RecA Family Protein Filaments
AbstractModeling of the RadA family mechanism is crucial to understanding the DNA SOS repair process. In a 2007 report, the archaeal RadA proteins function as rotary motors (linker region: I71-K88) such as shown in Figure 1. Molecular simulations approaches help to shed further light onto this phenomenon. We find 11 rotary residues (R72, T75-K81, M84, V86 and K87) and five zero rotary residues (I71, K74, E82, R83 and K88) in the simulations. Inclusion of our simulations may help to understand the RadA family mechanism.
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Su, Z.-Y.; Lee, W.-J.; Su, W.-S.; Wang, Y.-T. Target Molecular Simulations of RecA Family Protein Filaments. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2012, 13, 7138-7148.
Su Z-Y, Lee W-J, Su W-S, Wang Y-T. Target Molecular Simulations of RecA Family Protein Filaments. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2012; 13(6):7138-7148.Chicago/Turabian Style
Su, Zhi-Yuan; Lee, Wen-Jay; Su, Wan-Sheng; Wang, Yeng-Tseng. 2012. "Target Molecular Simulations of RecA Family Protein Filaments." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 13, no. 6: 7138-7148.