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Table 1 Proteins involved in interactions with cruciform structures

From: Cruciform structures are a common DNA feature important for regulating biological processes

Protein Source Reference
Junction-resolving enzymes
   Integrase family
RuvC E.coli [133135]
Cce1 yeast [136]
Ydc2 S.pombe [134]
A22 Coccinia virus [137]
Integrases all [119, 138]
   Restriction nuclease family
Endonuclease I Phage T7 [139141]
RecU G+ bacteria [134, 142]
Hjc, Hje archea [134, 143]
MutH Eukaryotes [25, 144]
   Other
Endonuclease VII phage T4 [25, 145]
RusA E.coli [146]
MSH2 S. cerevisiae [147, 148]
Mus81-Eme1 Eukaryotes [42, 149151]
TRF2 H. sapiens [52, 152]
XPF, XPG protein families Eukaryotes [56, 153, 154]
Transcription, Transcription factors and DNA repair
PARP-1 H. sapiens and others [51, 63]
BRCA1 H. sapiens and others [49, 50, 91, 93]
P53 H. sapiens and others [69, 73, 75, 76, 132, 155, 156]
Bmh1 S.cerevisiae [35]
14-3-3 H. sapiens, S.cerevisiae [34, 110]
Rmi-1 Yeast [157]
Crp-1 S. cerevisiae [158]
HMG protein family all [47, 159161]
Smc S. cerevisiae [118, 162]
Hop1 S. cerevisiae [163, 164]
ER estrogen receptor mammals [58]
Chromatin-associated proteins
DEK mammals [84, 85]
BRCA1 mammals [49, 50, 91, 93]
HMG protein family Eukaryotes [47, 159161]
Rad54 Eukaryotes [48]
Rad51ap Eukaryotes [81]
Topoisomerase I Eukaryotes [101, 165]
Replication
S16 E.coli [113]
GF14, homolog of 14-3-3 plants [35]
MLL (leukemia) H. sapiens [125, 126]
WRN (Werner syndrome) H. sapiens [129]
AF10 H. sapiens [114]
14-3-3 Eukaryotes [34, 110]
DEK mammals [84, 85]
DNA-PK Eukaryotes [166]
Vlf-1 Baculovirises [119]
HU E. coli [105, 167, 168]
Helicases (59, 44, and others) all [55]