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Term:
UV-damage excision repair (GO:0070914)
Annotations: Rat: (13) Mouse: (14) Human: (14) Chinchilla: (10) Bonobo: (10) Dog: (14) Squirrel: (11) Pig: (13)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
DNA repair +     
base-excision repair +   
cellular response to UV-A  
cellular response to UV-B  
cellular response to UV-C  
DNA dealkylation involved in DNA repair  
DNA ligation involved in DNA repair +   
DNA replication proofreading  
DNA synthesis involved in DNA repair +   
double-strand break repair +   
interstrand cross-link repair +   
mismatch repair +   
mitochondrial DNA repair  
negative regulation of DNA repair +   
non-photoreactive DNA repair 
non-recombinational repair +   
nucleotide phosphorylation involved in DNA repair 
nucleotide-excision repair +   
phototransduction, UV  
positive regulation of DNA repair +   
postreplication repair +   
protein-DNA covalent cross-linking repair 
pyrimidine dimer repair +   
recombinational repair +   
regulation of DNA repair +   
regulation of mRNA stability involved in cellular response to UV  
regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter in response to UV-induced DNA damage +   
regulation of translation involved in cellular response to UV  
single strand break repair +   
UV-damage excision repair +   
A DNA repair process that is initiated by an endonuclease that introduces a single-strand incision immediately 5' of a UV-induced damage site. UV-damage excision repair acts on both cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers (CPDs) and pyrimidine-pyrimidone 6-4 photoproducts (6-4PPs).
viral DNA repair +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: UV-damaged DNA endonuclease-dependent excision repair ;   UVDE-dependent excision repair ;   UVER
Related Synonyms: AER ;   alternative excision repair
Definition Sources: GOC:mah, PMID:9619100

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