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The original version of this Article contained an error in the spelling of the author Laurence Faivre, which was incorrectly given as Laurence Faive. This has now been corrected in both the PDF and HTML versions of the Article.
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Name: Nature communications
Zika virus is a positive single-strand RNA virus whose replication involved RNA unwinding and synthesis. ZIKV NS3 contains a helicase domain, but its enzymatic activity is not fully characterized. Her...
The committed step in DNA replication initiation is the activation of the Mcm2-7 replicative DNA helicase. Two activators, Cdc45 and GINS, associate with Mcm2-7 at origins of replication to form the C...
Since the publication of this paper, it has been noted that the author Denise Marcon had been missed out of the author list. The correct author list is shown above.
Rothmund-Thomson syndrome (RTS) is a rare autosomal recessive disorder characterized by skin rash (poikiloderma), skeletal dysplasia, small stature, juvenile cataracts, sparse or absent hair, and pred...
The article was originally published with one author missing. The name of the co-author Roman Moravcik was inadvertently omitted. His name and affiliation have now been added to the author list. The o...
The main task of this study includes analyses of the BCR-ABL1 (breakpoint cluster region/Abelson) gene and mutations in the BCR-ABL1 tyrosine kinase domain within flow-sorted stem cells fr...
Approximately 400 Congenital heart disease patients will participate in the research study which will include one or more research visits for neurodevelopmental testing, brain MRI, and col...
The presence of a nonsense mutation leads to the rapid degradation of the carrier mRNA mutation by a mechanism called NMD (nonsense-mediated mRNA decay) [6, 13]. There are currently 3 main...
A Phase III, multicenter, open-label, randomized trial of Erlotinib (TarcevaÃÂ®) versus chemotherapy in patients with advanced NSCLC with mutations in the Tyrosine Kinase (TK) domain ...
ADNP, also known as Activity Dependent Neuroprotective Protein, is a rare neurodevelopmental disorder caused by mutations encompassing the ADNP gene on chromosome 20. Clinically, ADNP synd...
A DEAD-box RNA helicase that contains an N-terminal DEATH-LIKE DOMAIN, AAA+ ATPase domain, and C-terminal RNA HELICASE activity. It functions as an innate immune receptor through its recognition of viral nucleic acids. It also induces the expression of INTERFERON TYPE I and proinflammatory CYTOKINES. Its ligands include: 5'-triphosphorylated SINGLE-STRANDED RNA, DOUBLE-STRANDED RNA (dsRNA), and short dsRNA (less than 1 kb in length).
A DNA-dependent helicase and 3'-5' exonuclease. It has 3'->5' exonuclease activity towards double-stranded DNA with a 5'-overhang and binds preferentially to DNA substrates containing alternate secondary structures, such as replication forks and HOLLIDAY JUNCTIONS. Mutations in the WRN gene are associated with WERNER SYNDROME.
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ATP-dependent DNA helicase that contains two N-terminal ZINC FINGERS and C-terminal ATP-binding and helicase domains. It functions in the regulation of gene transcription and CHROMATIN REMODELING. ATRX undergoes cell-cycle dependent phosphorylation, which causes it to translocate from the NUCLEAR MATRIX to CHROMATIN; thus, it may change its role from gene regulation during INTERPHASE to ensuring proper chromosome segregation at MITOSIS. Mutations in the ATRX gene are associated with cases of X-LINKED MENTAL RETARDATION co-morbid with ALPHA-THALASSEMIA (ATRX syndrome).
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