× خانه ژورنال ها پست ها ثبت نام ورود

نتایج جستجو برای WDR7

تعداد نتایج: 28  
2017
Jing Tian, Yong Wang, Xing Zhang, Qianyao Ren, Rong Li, Yue Huang, Huiling Lu, Jian Chen,

CORRECTION In the publication of this article [1], the molecule weight of GPR30 in figures was incorrectly, this should have been 55 kDa, and not 38 kDa. This has now been included in this erratum.

Journal: :Journal of bacteriology 2007
Joeli Marrero, Matthew K Waldor,

We report here functional and topological analyses of TraG and Eex, the donor and recipient cell inner membrane proteins that mediate entry exclusion in the SXT/R391 family of integrative conjugative elements. We found that the exclusion-determining regions of the Eex variants EexS (SXT) and EexR (R391) are located in distinct yet overlapping regions of the proteins. Unexpectedly, the carboxyl-...

Objective(s): Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in females. Understanding molecular mechanisms in cancer cells compared with normal cells is crucial for diagnostic and therapeutic strategies. Long intergenic non-protein coding RNA, a regulator of reprogramming (lincRNA-RoR) is a noncoding RNA which initially was detected in induced pluripotent s...

Journal: :Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 1981
P A Manning, G Morelli, M Achtman,

The traG protein of the F sex factor is an inner membrane protein with a molecular weight of 116,000. Mutants in traG (or in traN) are able to trigger conjugal DNA replication even though they cannot efficiently form stable mating aggregates with F(-) cells. The traG protein (and the traN protein) probably acts in the donor at the stabilization stage of conjugation.

Journal: :Journal of bacteriology 1999
K G Anthony, W A Klimke, J Manchak, L S Frost,

F and R100-1 are closely related, derepressed, conjugative plasmids from the IncFI and IncFII incompatibility groups, respectively. Heteroduplex mapping and genetic analyses have revealed that the transfer regions are extremely similar between the two plasmids. Plasmid specificity can occur at the level of relaxosome formation, regulation, and surface exclusion between the two transfer systems....

Journal: :Journal of bacteriology 1995
J W Vrijbloed, N M van der Put, L Dijkhuizen,

Amycolatopsis methanolica contains a 13.3-kb plasmid (pMEA300) that is present either as an integrated element or as an autonomously replicating plasmid. Conjugational transfer of pMEA300 results in pock formation, zones of growth inhibition that become apparent when plasmid-carrying donor cells develop in a confluent lawn of plasmid-lacking recipient cells. A 6.2-kb pMEA300 DNA region specifyi...

Journal: :Microbiology 1994
M Zatyka, G Jagura-Burdzy, C M Thomas,

The Tra1 region of broad host range IncP alpha plasmid RK2 encodes proteins essential for its promiscuous conjugative transfer and includes oriT, the site at which nicking occurs to initiate transfer replication. Unregulated expression of the Tra1 region genes would be likely to place a major burden on the host. To investigate the control of these genes the three transcriptional promoters from ...

Journal: :Molecular microbiology 2002
M Victoria Francia, Don B Clewell,

The Enterococcus faecalis conjugative plasmids pAD1 and pAM373 encode a mating response to the peptide sex pheromones cAD1 and cAM373 respectively. Sequence determination of both plasmids has recently been completed with strong similarity evident over many of the structural genes related to conjugation. pAD1 has two origins of transfer, with oriT1 being located within the repA determinant, wher...

Journal: :Journal of bacteriology 1972
N Willetts, M Achtman,

P1 transduction has been used to perform a complementation analysis of a series of transfer-deficient mutants of Flac. The results define ten cistrons and are consistent with the results of a conjugational analysis presented in an accompanying report. Both sets of results are summarized here. Between them, they define eleven cistrons, traA through traK, necessary for conjugational deoxyribonucl...

Journal: :Journal of bacteriology 1998
W A Klimke, L S Frost,

Mating pair stabilization occurs during conjugative DNA transfer whereby the donor and recipient cells form a tight junction which requires pili as well as TraN and TraG in the donor cell. The role of the outer membrane protein, TraN, during conjugative transfer was examined by introduction of a chloramphenicol resistance cassette into the traN gene on an F plasmid derivative, pOX38, to produce...