# Browse Dept. of Biochemistry by Title

• (2013-02-03)
Nature has given nucleic acids irreplaceable roles for all living creatures. It plays important roles in genetic information storage and transfer, as well as regulating various aspects of biology. The discovery of in vitro ...

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• (1985)
The aerobic electron transport chain of Escherichia coli contains a terminal oxidase, cytochrome d, which is part of a two subunit protein complex that is composed of two additional cytochromes, b(,595) and b(,558). The ...

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• (1988)
Small RNAs of defined length and sequence can be synthesized enzymatically using T7 RNA polymerase and synthetic DNA templates which contain the T7 promoter. The templates are base paired from $-17$ to +1 and contain a ...

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• (1992)
The presequence of CCP, an intermembrane space heme protein, has been proposed to be composed of an amino-terminal basic domain, a stretch of hydrophobic residues and a basic, carboxy-terminal domain (Kaput et al, 1982). ...

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• (1990)
Plasmodium falciparum is the most lethal of four species of protozoa that cause malaria in humans. Since the blood stage of the parasite life cycle is responsible for the clinical manifestations of the disease, studies of ...

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• (1984)
Investigations were carried out on the cytochrome components of the E. coli aerobic electron transport system. This system involves two parallel electron transport chains: (UNFORMATTED TABLE FOLLOWS)

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• (1993)
Signal recognition particle (SRP), the ribonucleoprotein responsible for the recognition and targeting of nascent secretory proteins to the endoplasmic reticulum, is composed of 7SL RNA, along with six polypeptides. Earlier ...

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• (2011-01-14)
The focus of this research is the role of conformational flexibility in catalysis by a TIM-barrel enzyme in pyrimidine biosynthesis, orotidine 5’-monophosphate decarboxylase (OMPDC). OMPDC catalyzes the decarboxylation ...

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• (1994)
EcoRI and RsrI endonucleases present rare opportunities to study the mechanisms by which site-specific DNA-binding proteins identify their substrate sequences among an overwhelming number of other sequences to which they ...

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• (2015-01-21)
Since the discovery of nucleic acid enzymes and aptamers that can perform functional roles other than storing genetic information; a new paradigm in nucleic acid chemistry has been opened. In 1990 the first artificially ...

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• (1975)

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• (1988)
The initiation of translation of eukaryotic mRNA is believed to proceed by a "scanning mechanism" where the ribosome recognizes a 5$\sp\prime$ terminal cap structure (m$\sp7$GpppN ...) and then scans down the ...

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• (1992)
Several features of the initiation of translation of CcTMV-SRNA were investigated. First, the site of initiation of translation was found to be the first AUG in the 5$\sp\prime$-terminal sequence m$\sp7$GpppGUAUUUGAUGAUGGCA ...

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• (1993)
The $\beta\sb1$ integrins are a family of $\alpha\beta$ heterodimeric cell surface receptors which mediate cell adhesion to molecules of the extracellular matrix (ECM), and also span the membrane and associate with the ...

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