Homologous Superfamily

RecG, N-terminal domain superfamily (IPR036845)

Short name: RecG_N_sf

Overlapping entries


ATP-dependent DNA helicase RecG is involved in the processing of stalled replication forks. It acts by reversing the fork past the damage to create a four-way junction that allows template switching and lesion bypass [PMID: 11595187]. RecG comprises three structural domains: N-terminal domain 1 (residues 1-350) and C-terminal domain 2 (residues 351-549) and domain3 (residues 550-780). This entry represents an antiparallel four helix bundle motif of the domain 1 [PMID: 11595187].

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