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Human glycosylases

  1. Sep 26, 2008 #1
    Hi I was wondering, if there were any human glycosylases,
    other than these, I got this list from DNA repair and mutagenesis, Friedberg EC, Walker GC, Siede W, Wood RD, Schultz RA, Ellenberger T (2006) ASM Press, Washington, DC.

    UNG
    SMUG1
    MBD4
    TDG
    OGG1
    MYH
    NTHL1
    MPG
    NEIL1
    NEIL2
    NEIL3
    UDG2

    But others may have been discovered since the list so I was wondering if they have been and if so which ones were, thanks
     
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  3. Sep 26, 2008 #2
    For known, up-to-date annotated protein sequences, I would suggest checking the SwissProt databases. The EMBL databases may also be useful in keeping one's self up to date on the latest sequence information, especially if there are putative proteins that have been identified in the nucleotide sequence.

    Happy searching!
     
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