MLH1:PMS2 makes single strand incision near insertion/deletion loop of 2 bases or more

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R-HSA-5358512
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Homo sapiens
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The latent endonuclease activity of MLH1:PMS2 (MutLalpha) is activated by interaction with MSH2:MSH3 (MutSbeta) (Zhang et al. 2005, and inferred from activation of MLH1:PMS2 by MSH2:MSH6). MLH1:PMS2 makes a nick in the strand of DNA that will be repaired (Kadyrov et al. 2006).

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
16143102 Reconstitution of 5'-directed human mismatch repair in a purified system

Gao, Y, Zhang, Y, Li, GM, Yuan, F, Tian, K, Presnell, SR, Gu, L, Tomkinson, AE

Cell 2005
16873062 Endonucleolytic function of MutLalpha in human mismatch repair

Dzantiev, L, Modrich, P, Kadyrov, FA, Constantin, N

Cell 2006
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endonuclease activity of MLH1:PMS2:MSH2:MSH3:ATP:PCNA:DNA containing IDL of 2 bases or more [nucleoplasm]

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