Abigail J Williams

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Coupling the activities of normally disparate proteins into one functional unit has significant potential in terms of constructing novel switching components for synthetic biology or as biosensors. It also provides a means of investigating the basis behind transmission of conformation events between remote sites that is integral to many biological(More)
Mitochondrial DNA polymerase from Drosophila embryos has been characterized with regard to its mechanism of DNA synthesis under the influence of a variety of compounds in moderate salt (120 mM KCl), where the enzyme is most highly active and only moderately processive, and in low salt (30 mM KCl), where it is less active yet most highly processive.(More)
Mitochondrial DNA polymerase from Drosophila embryos has been characterized with regard to its mechanism of DNA synthesis in the presence of single-stranded DNA-binding protein from Escherichia coli. The rate of DNA synthesis by DNA polymerase gamma was increased nearly 40-fold upon addition of single-stranded DNA-binding protein. Processivity of(More)
Reddi, O. S. Threoninemia a new metabolic defect. J. Pediatr. 93 (1978) 814 816 Schirch, L. and Gross, T. Serine transhydroxymethylase identification as the threonine and allothreonine aldolases. J. Biol. Chem. 243 (1968) 5651-5655 Schwartz, M. K. and Bodansky, O. Lactate dehydrogenase (clinical aspects). Methods Enzymol. 9 (1960) 294 Tada, K., Narisawa,(More)
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