Genome Property Definition Page

NameSOS response
DescriptionThe SOS response controls both accurate and potentially mutagenic DNA repair functions, and requires the recA and lexA gene products. LexA is a repressor protein that binds to a site (the SOS box) located near the promoters of the SOS response genes and interferes with the binding of RNA polymerase. The recA gene product is required not only for the regulation of the SOS response but also for homologous recombination and for various other DNA repair and damage tolerance pathways.
JCVI RoleDNA replication, recombination, and repair
Parent PropertyGenProp0115: DNA repair

Step NameStep NumRequiredEvidence (Method)Evidence Go Terms
LexA repressorlexAYESTIGR00498 (HMM): repressor LexA
recA proteinrecAYESTIGR02012 (HMM): protein RecA

Parent Properties
GenProp0115DNA repair

Sibling Properties
GenProp0114nucleotide excision repair
GenProp0198ruvABC Holliday junction complex
GenProp0216recBCD pathway
GenProp0224nucleotide excision repair, alternative pathway
GenProp0225mismatch repair
GenProp0227excision repair
GenProp0228direct repair
GenProp0491recFOR recombination pathway
GenProp0492nonhomologous end-joining, bacterial type
GenProp0493addAB pathway
GenProp0767very short patch repair
GenProp10998-oxoguanine DNA repair