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Ultraviolet light can form crosslinks between adjacent bases in DNA, leading to mutations when the DNA is replicated. This structure includes an enzyme that recognizes thymine dimers and breaks the crosslink.

PDB ID: 1TEZ
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Length: 11
Type:
dna
Length: 9
Type:
dna
Length: 4
Type:
dna
Length: 5
Type:
dna
Length: 474
Type:
protein
 
 
 
 

Ligand and Interaction

  
C
C : CYTIDINE-5'-MONOPHOSPHATE
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C:1tez

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FAD
FAD : FLAVIN-ADENINE DINUCLEOTIDE
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FAD:1tez

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G
G : GUANOSINE-5'-MONOPHOSPHATE
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G:1tez

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HDF
HDF : 8-HYDROXY-10-(D-RIBO-2,3,4,5-TETRAHYDROXYPENTYL)-5-DEAZAISOALLOXAZINE
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HDF:1tez

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TCP
TCP : 5'-METHYLTHYMIDINE
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TCP:1tez

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Reference

PDB ID: 1TEZ , Pubmed

Crystal structure of a photolyase bound to a CPD-like DNA lesion after in situ repair

Mees, A., Klar, T., Gnau, P., Hennecke, U., Eker, A.P.M., Carell, T., Essen, L.-O.

Journal: (2004) Science 306: 1789-1793


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