Hydroxyapatite Elution Behavior of Human Nucleotide Excision Repair Protein XPA and Fragments of XPA
The hydroxyapatite elution behavior of 3 fragments of human XPA (M98-F219 = XPA-MBD M59-F219 = XPA-EM M59-M273 = XPA-deltaN58) and full-length human XPA containing a 6-residue, N-terminal histidine tag (h6-XPA) are described. With increasing concentration of potassium phosphate the proteins elute in the order: XPA-EM, XPA-MBD, XPA-deltaN58, and h6-XPA. If hydroxyapatite affinity is related to DNA-binding affinity, then h6-XPA and XPA-deltaN58 may bind DNA more tightly than XPA-MBD and XPA-EM.
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Document Type: Review Article
Affiliations: Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA 99352.
Publication date: 2001-10-01
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