Backbone 1H, 13C and 15N chemical shift assignment of full-length human uracil DNA glycosylase UNG2
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Human uracil N-glycosylase isoform 2—UNG2 consists of an N-terminal intrinsically disordered regulatory domain (UNG2 residues 1–92, 9.3 kDa) and a C-terminal structured catalytic domain (UNG2 residues 93–313, 25.1 kDa). Here, we report the backbone 1H, 13C, and 15N chemical shift assignment as well as secondary structure analysis of the N-and C-terminal domains of UNG2 representing the full-length UNG2 protein.
KeywordsUracil-DNA glycosylase Uracil N-glycosylase isoform 2 UNG2 DNA repair Intrinsically disordered domain
Sequence- and ligation independent cloning
Uracil N-glycosylase isoform 2
Residues 1–92 of UNG2
Proliferating cell nuclear antigen
Replication protein A
Chitin binding domain
Residues 93–313 of UNG2-G93C
This work was financed by the MARPOL project, the Norwegian NMR Platform and a FRINAT project, all from the Research Council of Norway (Grant Numbers 221576, 226244, and 221538, respectively).
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The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.
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