"DNA Ligase ATP" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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ATP-dependent cellular enzyme which catalyzes DNA replication, repair and recombination through formation of internucleotide ester bonds between phosphate and deoxyribose moieties. Vertebrate cells encode three well-characterized DNA ligases, DNA ligase I, III and IV, all of which are related in structure and sequence. DNA ligases either require ATP or NAD. However, archaebacterial, viral, and some eubacterial DNA ligases are ATP-dependent.
|DNA Ligase ATP
- DNA Ligase ATP
- ATP, DNA Ligase
- Ligase ATP, DNA
- Polydeoxyribonucleotide Synthase ATP
- ATP, Polydeoxyribonucleotide Synthase
- Synthase ATP, Polydeoxyribonucleotide
- DNA Ligases, ATP-Dependent
- ATP-Dependent DNA Ligases
- DNA Ligases, ATP Dependent
- Ligases, ATP-Dependent DNA
DNA Ligase IIIalpha
- DNA Ligase IIIalpha
- IIIalpha, DNA Ligase
- Ligase IIIalpha, DNA
- LIGIIIalpha Protein
DNA Ligase III
- DNA Ligase III
- Ligase III, DNA
- DNA Ligase II
- Ligase II, DNA
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Below are the most recent publications written about "DNA Ligase ATP" by people in Profiles.
1HN, 13C, and 15N backbone resonance assignments of the human DNA ligase 3 DNA-binding domain (residues 257-477). Biomol NMR Assign. 2019 10; 13(2):305-308.
Akt promotes tumorigenesis in part through modulating genomic instability via phosphorylating XLF. Nucleus. 2015; 6(4):261-5.
Akt-mediated phosphorylation of XLF impairs non-homologous end-joining DNA repair. Mol Cell. 2015 Feb 19; 57(4):648-661.