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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Replication protein A: directing traffic at the intersection of replication and repair.

Sequence alignment of identified and putative peptide sequences that bind to the N-terminal domain of RPA1.

Greg G. Oakley, et al. Front Biosci. ;15:883-900.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Replication protein A: directing traffic at the intersection of replication and repair.

RPA2 phosphorylation sites. N-terminal residues 1-34 are shown. Indicated above the sequence are sites for which phospho-specific antibodies are available. The putative kinases responsible for phosphorylation of specific residues are shown below the sequence.

Greg G. Oakley, et al. Front Biosci. ;15:883-900.

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