Keng-Boon Lee

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The high-mobility group protein HMGB1 contains two tandem DNA-binding HMG box domains, A and B, linked by a short flexible linker that allows the two domains to behave independently in the free protein. There is no structural information on how the linked domains and linker behave when bound to DNA, mainly due to the lack of any DNA-sequence preference of(More)
Transcription-coupled repair (TCR) is essential for the rapid, preferential removal of DNA damage in active genes. The large subunit of RNA polymerase (Pol) II is ubiquitinated in cells after UV-irradiation or cisplatin treatment, which induces DNA damage preferentially repaired by TCR. Several human mutations, such as Cockayne syndrome complementation(More)
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