Inactivating pentapeptide insertions in the fission yeast replication factor C subunit Rfc2 cluster near the ATP-binding site and arginine finger motif.

Abstract

Replication factor C (RFC) plays a key role in eukaryotic chromosome replication by acting as a loading factor for the essential sliding clamp and polymerase processivity factor, proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA). RFC is a pentamer comprising a large subunit, Rfc1, and four small subunits, Rfc2-Rfc5. Each RFC subunit is a member of the AAA+ family… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1742-4658.2009.07181.x

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@article{Gray2009InactivatingPI, title={Inactivating pentapeptide insertions in the fission yeast replication factor C subunit Rfc2 cluster near the ATP-binding site and arginine finger motif.}, author={Fiona C. Gray and Kathryn A. Whitehead and S. Macneill}, journal={The FEBS journal}, year={2009}, volume={276 17}, pages={4803-13} }