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Association of the 17-kDa extrinsic protein with photosystem II in higher plants.
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The structural association of the spinach 17-kDa extrinsic protein of photosystem II with other extrinsics and membrane-bound components of the photosystem was investigated and four lysyl residues appear to identify a protein domain involved in the interaction of the 17- kDa protein with the other components ofThe photosystem.
Matrix metalloproteinase-14 mediates a phenotypic shift in the airways to increase mucin production.
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Taken together, these findings implicate acrolein-induced MMP14 expression and activity in mucin production in COPD.
Sequence organisation in nuclear DNA from Physarum polycephalum: methylation of repetitive sequences.
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Comparisons of the 'fingerprint' patterns of total Physarum DNA and isolated M+ DNA after digestion using different restriction endonucleases and probing for the presence of specific repetitive sequences in Southern blots of M+ and M- DNA indicate that many repetitive sequences are shared by both compartments, though some repetitive sequences appear to be considerably enriched, or are present exclusively, either in M+.
Distribution of inverted repeat sequences in nuclear DNA from Physarum polycephalum.
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Observations suggest that the different segments of Physarum DNA from which foldback structures are derived contain nucleotide sequences that share a highly ordered and unform pattern of structural organisation.
Characterisation of ribosomal satellite in total nuclear DNA from Physarum polycephalum.
The distinctive properties of satellite DNA molecules containing the genes for ribosomal RNA in Physarum polycephalum permits their identification in total, unfractionated nuclear DNA in the foldback
Analysis of foldback sequences and repetitive sequences in cloned segments of nuclear DNA from Physarum polycephalum.
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The properties of DNA segments containing foldback elements were studied after their selection from a "random" recombinant library of Physarum polycephalum nuclear DNA sequences, cloned using the plasmid vector pBR322 to show that most contain different arrangements of repetitive elements derived from different sequence families.
Organisation of inverted repeat sequences in hamster cell nuclear DNA.
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Evidence is presented that the distribution of fold back sequences in hamster cell DNA is highly ordered and gives rise to a localised periodic pattern of organisation that is believed to be a consequence of regular alternating arrangements of foldback and non-foldback sequences in the segments of DNA from which foldback structures are derived.
Characterizing the reproducibility of a protein profiling method for the analysis of mouse bronchoalveolar lavage fluid.
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The results demonstrate that the number of peaks detected reproducibly decreases significantly as sample size increases, which motivates the need for technical replicates to be explicitly included in the analysis of MALDI-TOF-based protein profiling studies.
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