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The Ribonucleotide Reductase Family: Genetics and Genomics
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Authors: Eduard Torrents, Margareta Sahlin and Britt-Marie Sjöberg (Stockholm University and others) 
Book Description:
Ribonucleotide reductase (RNR), a universal enzyme present in essentially all living cells and organisms, has a central role in DNA replication and repair by catalyzing production of deoxyribonucleotides from the corresponding ribonucleotides. Three major classes of RNRs are known, differing in their cofactor requirements: class I RNRs (with subclasses Ia and Ib) carry a stable tyrosyl radical and are oxygen-dependent, class II RNRs require the vitamin B12 cofactor 5’-deoxyadenosylcobalamin and are oxygen-independent, and class III RNRs carry a stable glycyl radical and are oxygen-sensitive. Despite these differences, all classes have a similar reaction mechanism and the same highly specific catalytic core structure, indicating that they evolved from a common ancestor. Biochemical studies of RNRs from selected model organisms in combination with the vast number of deduced RNR sequences from publicly available complete genomic sequences show that whereas eukaryotes and their viruses with few exceptions contain only class Ia RNRs, all three major RNR classes are found among prokaryotes and bacteriophages and quite often one organism encodes more than one class of RNR. They are compiled in an open access database, called RNRdb for Ribonucleotide Reductase database that is available at http://rnrdb.molbio.su.se. RNRs are produced in a strictly controlled way depending upon growth phase and environmental cues. The authors describe a comprehensive summary of how the expression of RNR genes is regulated in several eubacterial organisms and in yeast. Due to RNR’s importance for the realization of DNA replication, it has been recognized as a possible target for antiproliferative therapy. The authors present a comprehensive summary of RNR-specific inhibitors that have reached clinical trials and/or are currently used in clinical therapy.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Introduction

RNR Classification and Occurrence

RNR Diversification

Regulation of RNRs

Mutational Studies in RNRs

RNR as an Antiproliferative Target for Disease Control

Future Antiproliferative Regimes

Acknowledgments

Index

   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2009 1st Quarter
   ISBN: 978-1-60692-419-8
   Status: AV
  
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