Protein function: As part of the heterotrimeric replication protein A complex (RPA/RP-A), binds and stabilizes single-stranded DNA intermediates, that form during DNA replication or upon DNA stress. It prevents their reannealing and in parallel, recruits and activates different proteins and complexes involved in DNA metabolism. Thereby, it plays an essential role both in DNA replication and the cellular response to DNA damage. In the cellular response to DNA damage, the RPA complex controls DNA repair and DNA damage checkpoint activation. Through recruitment of ATRIP activates the ATR kinase a master regulator of the DNA damage response. It is required for the recruitment of the DNA double-strand break repair factors RAD51 and RAD52 to chromatin in response to DNA damage. Also recruits to sites of DNA damage proteins like XPA and XPG that are involved in nucleotide excision repair and is required for this mechanism of DNA repair. Plays also a role in base excision repair (BER) probably through interaction with UNG. Also recruits SMARCAL1/HARP, which is involved in replication fork restart, to sites of DNA damage. May also play a role in telomere maintenance. [The UniProt Consortium]
Anti-RPA2, Anti-REPA2, Anti-RP-A p34, Anti-RP-A p32, Anti-RF-A protein 2, Anti-Replication factor A protein 2, Anti-Replication protein A 32 kDa subunit, Anti-Replication protein A 34 kDa subunit
Human, Mouse (Expected: Horse, Rabbit, Pig, Rhesus Monkey, Gorilla, Chimpanzee, White-tufted-ear Marmoset, African Elephant, Small-eared Galago, Thirteen-lined Ground Squirrel, Little Brown Bat, Northern White-cheeked Gibbon)
synthetic peptide. The epitope recognized by A300-244A-T maps to a region between residue 225 and the C-terminus (residue 270) of human Replication Protein A2 (32kD) using the numbering given in entry NP_002937.1 (GeneID 6118).