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A Holliday junction is a mobile junction between four strands of DNA. The structure is named after Robin Holliday, who proposed it in 1964 to account for a particular type of exchange of genetic information he observed in yeast known as homologous recombination....
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(e) Resolution of the Holliday structure. ... The Holliday structure is resolved by the protein RuvC. ... suggests that the Holliday structure could also be ...
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Genetic Recombination and the 'Holliday structure' ... in the diagram are known as the 'Holliday structure' or 'Holliday junction. ...
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BIOGRAPHY. AUTOBIOGRAPHY. GENETICS. HOLLIDAY STRUCTURE. AGEING. CELLULAR AGEING. EPIGENETICS ... by Eva Chant. Robin Holliday, Ph.D., F.R.S., F.A.A.. Scientist, ...
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The structure of the Holliday junction, and its resolution. Cell. 1988 Oct 7;55(1):79–89. ... protein is an endonuclease that resolves the Holliday structure. ...
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Escherichia coli RuvC protein is an endonuclease that resolves the Holliday structure. ... synthetic Holliday junction analogs and related branched DNA structures by ...
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... mediated Holliday junction resolution: structure-specific recognition, ... T4 endonuclease VII cleaves Holliday structures in vitro by cutting two strands ...
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Crystal Structure of an Octameric RuvA–Holliday Junction Complex ... Atomic structure of the RuvC resolvase: A holliday junction-specific endonuclease from E. coli ...
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This first structure of a eukaryotic Holliday junction resolvase confirms a ... Keywords: crystal structure, Holliday junction, mitochondrial DNA, resolvase, ...
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This is a precondition for precise resolution of Holliday structures. ... The Holliday structure-resolving activity of endo VII is dissectable into three ...
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... may see here the structure of a four-way Holliday-junction formed by homologous ... Eichman, The crystal structures of DNA Holliday junctions, Curr. Opin. ...
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... Holliday is a famous English biologist. Learn more about Robin Holliday ... which is a configuration of paired DNA molecules known as the Holliday structure. ...
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