DNA polymerase epsilon subunit B, N-terminal (IPR024639)

Short name: DNA_pol_e_bsu_N

Overlapping homologous superfamilies


Domain relationships



This domain is found in the N-terminal of DNA polymerase epsilon subunit B proteins. It contains a single completely conserved phenylalanine residue that may be functionally important. It forms a primarily alpha helical structure in which four helices are arranged in two hairpins with connecting loops containing beta strands which form a short parallel sheet.

DNA polymerase epsilon is required in DNA replication for synthesis of the leading strand. The N-terminal domain has close structural relation to AAA+ protein C-terminal domains [PMID: 18676977].

Contributing signatures

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