The 26S proteasome negatively regulates the level of overall genomic nucleotide excision repair.

@article{Lommel2000The2P,
  title={The 26S proteasome negatively regulates the level of overall genomic nucleotide excision repair.},
  author={Lori Lommel and Li Chen and Kiran Madura and Kevin S. Sweder},
  journal={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2000},
  volume={28 24},
  pages={4839-45}
}
Regulation of protein expression can be achieved through destruction of proteins by the 26S: proteasome. Cellular processes that are regulated by proteolysis include cell cycle progression, stress responses and differentiation. Several nucleotide excision repair proteins in yeast and humans, such as Rad23, Rad4 and XPB, have been shown to co-purify with Cim3 and Cim5, AAA ATPases of the 19S: proteasome regulatory subunit. However, it has not been determined if nucleotide excision repair is… CONTINUE READING

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