Unprecedented sculpting of DNA at abasic sites by DNA glycosylase homolog Mag2
DOI:10.2210/pdb4b24/pdb   NDB ID: NA2171
4B24
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  •   Molecular Description Hide
    Classification: Hydrolase/dna
    Structure Weight: 32671.49
    Molecule: PROBABLE DNA-3-METHYLADENINE GLYCOSYLASE 2
    Polymer: 1 Type: protein Length: 232
    Chains: A
    EC#: 3.2.2.21   
    Organism: Schizosaccharomyces pombe
    Gene Names: mag2 SPBC23G7.11
    UniProtKB: Protein Feature View | Search PDB | O94468  
    Molecule: 5'-D(*GP*CP*TP*AP*CP*3DRP*TP*AP*TP*CP*GP)-3'
    Polymer: 2 Type: dna Length: 11
    Chains: X
    Organism: synthetic construct
    Molecule: 5'-D(*CP*GP*AP*TP*AP*GP*GP*TP*AP*GP)-3'
    Polymer: 3 Type: dna Length: 10
    Chains: Y
    Organism: synthetic construct
     
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  •   Source Hide
    Polymer: 1
    Scientific Name: Schizosaccharomyces pombe   Taxonomy   Expression System: Escherichia coli  
    Polymer: 2
    Scientific Name: Synthetic construct (synthetic construct)   Taxonomy    
    Polymer: 3
    Scientific Name: Synthetic construct (synthetic construct)   Taxonomy    
     
  •   Related PDB Entries Hide
    Identifier Details
    4B21   UNPRECEDENTED SCULPTING OF DNA AT ABASIC SITES BY DNA GLYCOSYLASE HOMOLOG MAG2 
    4B22   UNPRECEDENTED SCULPTING OF DNA AT ABASIC SITES BY DNA GLYCOSYLASE HOMOLOG MAG2 
    4B23   UNPRECEDENTED SCULPTING OF DNA AT ABASIC SITES BY DNA GLYCOSYLASE HOMOLOG MAG2 
     
  •   Modified Residues Hide
    Identifier Formula Parent Type
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    3DR C5 H11 O6 P dnaLinking
     
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  • Nucleic Acid Database Hide
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  Biological Assembly       
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