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rad1 protein (Zea mays) - STRING interaction network
"rad1" - Hypothetical protein LOC100192883 in Zea mays
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rad1Hypothetical protein LOC100192883 (1851 aa)    
Predicted Functional Partners:
GRMZM2G073510_P01
Hypothetical protein LOC100192592 (397 aa)
     
  0.999
Zm.31766
Putative uncharacterized protein (186 aa)
     
  0.962
Zm.37432
Uncharacterized protein (450 aa)
     
  0.962
GRMZM2G306348_P01
ATP-dependent DNA helicase Q-like 5 (1256 aa)
     
  0.956
GRMZM2G451856_P02
Hypothetical protein LOC100382802 (368 aa)
     
  0.954
Zm.50682
Hypothetical protein LOC100274706 (750 aa)
     
  0.954
Zm.84807
Werner syndrome ATP-dependent helicase homolog (898 aa)
     
  0.954
umc1959
Hypothetical protein LOC100382628 (868 aa)
     
  0.954
Zm.26686
Uncharacterized protein (618 aa)
     
  0.954
NTH1
Endonuclease III-like protein 1 ; Bifunctional DNA N-glycosylase with associated apurinic/apyrimidinic (AP) lyase function that catalyzes the first step in base excision repair (BER), the primary repair pathway for the repair of oxidative DNA damage. The DNA N-glycosylase activity releases the damaged DNA base from DNA by cleaving the N- glycosidic bond, leaving an AP site. The AP lyase activity cleaves the phosphodiester bond 3’ to the AP site by a beta-elimination. Primarily recognizes and repairs oxidative base damage of pyrimidines (291 aa)
     
 
  0.926
Your Current Organism:
Zea mays
NCBI taxonomy Id: 4577
Other names: Euchlaena, Z. mays, Zea, Zea L., Zea mays, Zea mays L., Zea mays var. japonica, maize
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