UV-induced damage to DNA: effect of cytosine methylation on pyrimidine dimerization(50 visite) Martinez-fernandez L, Banyasz A, Esposito L, Markovitsi D, Improta R
Signal Transduction And Targeted Therapy, 2017 Jun; N/D: N/D-N/D.
Tipo di articolo: Journal Article,
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Methylation/demethylation of cytosine plays an important role in <br>epigenetic signaling, the reversibility of epigenetic modifications <br>offering important opportunities for targeted therapies. Actually, <br>methylated sites have been correlated with mutational hotspots detected <br>in skin cancers. The present brief review discusses the physicochemical <br>parameters underlying the specific ultraviolet-induced reactivity of <br>methylated cytosine. It focuses on dimerization reactions giving rise to<br> cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers and pyrimidine (6–4) pyrimidone adducts. <br>According to recent studies, four conformational and electronic factors <br>that are affected by cytosine methylation may control these reactions: <br>the red-shift of the absorption spectrum, the lengthening of the excited<br> state lifetime, changes in the sugar puckering modifying the stacking <br>between reactive pyrimidines and an increase in the rigidity of duplexes<br> favoring excitation energy transfer toward methylated pyrimidines.
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