Verbesserte in vitro und in planta DNA-Reparatur durch CPD-Photolyasen.

CPD-Photolyasen sind Enzyme, die lichtabhängig Cyclobutanpyrimidindimer (CPD), eines der Hauptprodukte der UV-abhängigen DNA-Schädigung, reparieren. Sie können bei fast allen Lebewesen gefunden werden und spielen eine zentrale Rolle bei der UV-Resistenz dieser Organismen. Als monomeres, fehlerfrei u...

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