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'''Description of ENS2:''' Mitochondrially encoded sequence-specific endonuclease
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'''Description of ENS2:''' 50-kD mitochondrially-encoded subunit of Endo.SceI, a dimeric multi-site-specific endonuclease that introduces double-stranded breaks at a number of well-defined sites on the mitochondrial DNA, inducing homologous recombination<ref name='S000050537'>Shibata T, et al. (1995) Multi-site-specific endonucleases and the initiation of homologous genetic recombination in yeast. Adv Biophys 31():77-91 {{SGDpaper|S000050537}} PMID 7625280</ref><ref name='S000043023'>Nakagawa K, et al. (1992) An endonuclease with multiple cutting sites, Endo.SceI, initiates genetic recombination at its cutting site in yeast mitochondria. EMBO J 11(7):2707-15
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Revision as of 13:05, 1 June 2007

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Systematic name ENS2
Gene name ENS2
Aliases Endo.SceI, RF3
Feature type not in systematic sequence of S288C
Coordinates not mapped
Primary SGDID S000029698


Description of ENS2: 50-kD mitochondrially-encoded subunit of Endo.SceI, a dimeric multi-site-specific endonuclease that introduces double-stranded breaks at a number of well-defined sites on the mitochondrial DNA, inducing homologous recombination[1][2]




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  1. Shibata T, et al. (1995) Multi-site-specific endonucleases and the initiation of homologous genetic recombination in yeast. Adv Biophys 31():77-91 SGD PMID 7625280
  2. Nakagawa K, et al. (1992) An endonuclease with multiple cutting sites, Endo.SceI, initiates genetic recombination at its cutting site in yeast mitochondria. EMBO J 11(7):2707-15 SGD PMID 1628629

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