Genome Property Definition Page

NameDNA ligase/helicase system
DescriptionA set of four proteins occurs in about 12 % of prokaryotic reference genomes (mostly Proteobacteria) and consists of an ATP-dependent DNA ligase, a DEXH-box helicase, a putative exonuclease, and putative metallohydrolase. This system may play a role in DNA repair.
JCVI RoleDNA replication, recombination, and repair
Parent PropertyGenProp0116: DNA metabolism

Step NameStep NumRequiredEvidence (Method)Evidence Go Terms
metallophosphoesterase, DNA ligase-associatedDNA_estYESTIGR04123 (HMM): metallophosphoesterase, DNA ligase-associated
exonuclease, DNA ligase-associatedDNA_exoYESTIGR04122 (HMM): putative exonuclease, DNA ligase-associated
DEXH box helicase, DNA ligase-associatedDNA_helYESTIGR04121 (HMM): DEXH box helicase, DNA ligase-associated
DNA ligase, PP_1105 familyDNA_ligYESTIGR04120 (HMM): DNA ligase, ATP-dependent, PP_1105 family

Parent Properties
GenProp0116DNA metabolism

Sibling Properties
GenProp0115DNA repair
GenProp0198ruvABC Holliday junction complex
GenProp0263DNA polymerase III, bacterial
GenProp0455restriction enzyme system, type I
GenProp0487repABC-type alpha-proteobacterial replicon(s)
GenProp0650type II restriction system, Alw26I/Eco31I/Esp3I family
GenProp0701DNA sulfur modification system dnd
GenProp0806replication initiation, bacterial
GenProp1081replication restart, PriA/PriB primosome pathway
GenProp1095exodeoxyribonuclease VII