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Bacteriophage T4-coded dihydrofolate reductase

Sarla Purohit

Bacteriophage T4-coded dihydrofolate reductase

cloning and structural analysis of its gene and organization of flanking regions

by Sarla Purohit

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Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesDihydrofolate reductase.
Statementby Sarla Purohit.
The Physical Object
Pagination[5], vi, 165 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages165
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17910715M


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Bacteriophage T4-coded dihydrofolate reductase: synthesis, turnover, and location of the virion protein. Mosher RA, Mathews CK. Dihydrofolate reductase plays a dual role in bacteriophage T4, first, as an enzyme of thymidylate metabolism, and second, as a protein component of the tail by: 9.

Request PDF | Atomic force microscopy analysis of bacteriophages {Phi}KZ and T4 | Bacteriophage phiKZ was investigated by atomic force microscopy (AFM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Bacteriophage T4 DNA Replication. The semi-conservative, semi-discontinuous process of DNA replication is conserved in all life forms.

The parental anti-parallel DNA strands are separated and copied following hydrogen bonding rules for the keto form of each base as proposed by Watson and Crick [].Progeny cells therefore inherit one parental strand and one newly synthesized strand comprising a Cited by:   One primase (gp61) and six helicase (gp41) subunits interact to form the bacteriophage T4-coded primosome at the DNA replication fork.

In order to map some of the detailed interactions of the primase within the primosome, we have constructed and characterized variants of the gp61 primase that carry kinase tags at either the N or the C terminus.

Interactions of Bacteriophage T4-coded Gene 32 Protein with Nucleic Acids Specificity of Binding to DNA and RNA Institute of Molecular Biology and Department of Chemistry University of Oregon Eugene, Ore. U.S.A. (Received 8 Apriland in revised form 2 August ) In this paper we examine the specificity of the Bacteriophage T4-coded dihydrofolate reductase book.

The introduction of the use of T-even bacteriophages as genetic and biochemical experimental systems by Max Delbrück in the late s has led to the intense study of many aspects of bacteriophage Cited by: J.

Mol. Biol. ()Interactions of Bacteriophage T4-coded Gene 32 Protein with Nucleic Acids III. Binding Properties of Two Specific Proteolytic Digestion Products of the Protein (G32P*I and G32P*III) NILS LONBERGf, STEPHEN C.

KOVVALCZYKOWSKI, LELAND S. PAI'L AND PETEK H. VON HlI'I'EL Institute of Molecular Biology and Department of Chemistry University of Oregon Cited by: Volumenumber 2, FEB January Interaction between bacteriophage T4 coded gene 32 protein and poly(rA) Fumiyuki Watanabe Department of Biophysical Chemistry, Biocenter, University of Basel, Klingelbergstra CH - Basel, Switzerland Received 13 October The cooperative binding of T4 gene 32 protein with polynucleotides, of which the quantitative aspects in Cited by: 4.

In this paper we examine molecular details of the interaction of bacteriophage T4- coded gene 32 protein with oligo and polynucleotides. It is shown that the binding affinity (KO,) of oligonucleotides of length (I) from two to eight nucleotide residues for gene 32 protein is essentially independent of.

In this paper we examine molecular details of the interaction of bacteriophage T4-coded gene 32 protein with oligo- and polynucleotides.

dihydrofolate reductase, dCTPase-dUTPase. Purification and characterization of recombinant mouse and herpes simplex virus ribonucleotide reductase R2 subunit.

Biochemistry Mann, V., U B. Rao, and L. Black. A bacteriophage T4 DNA packaging related DNA-dependent ATPase-endonuclease. Biol. Chem. T4-coded polynucleotide kinase (1) and RNA ligase (2) have been thoroughly char­ acterized in vitro () but their roles in phage physiology still need to be deter­ mined.

We have previously proposed that both enzymes participate in reactions of host tRNA breakage and reunion, required for phage development in certain host strains (6, 7).

The primer was reannealed to the template by heating at 90 °C for 2 min and then slow cooling in buffer A (30 m m Hepes (pH ), m m KOAc, m m EDTA). A version of the 16–20 p-t construct that contained a dideoxyguanine (ddG) residue at the 3′-end of the mer primer was made by extending the 3′-end of the mer of a purified 15–mer construct of the same sequence by one.

The intracellular environment represents an extremely crowded milieu, with a limited amount of free water and an almost complete lack of unoccupied space. Obviously, slightly salted aqueous solutions containing low concentrations of a biomolecule of interest are too simplistic to mimic the “real life” situation, where the biomolecule of interest scrambles and wades through the tightly Cited by: Abdul Jabbar, M., and L Snyder.

Genetic and physiological studies of an Escherichia coli locus that restricts polynucleotide Chinese and RNA ligase-deficient mutants of bact. Horizontal Gene Transfer in the Evolution of Pathogenesis (Advances in Molecular and Cellular Microbiology) P1: JZP manual cuus 0 4 Top Margin: in Gutter Margin: in This page.

Methods in Enzymology Vol Cumulative Subject Index, VolumesPreface The idea for a cumulative index was recognized by the founding editors who prepared one for Volumes I. Scribd es el sitio social de lectura y editoriales más grande del mundo.