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Tetraplex structure of fission yeast telomeric DNA and unfolding of the tetraplex on the interaction with telomeric DNA binding protein Pot1.
To understand the regulation mechanism of fission yeast telomeric DNA, we analysed the structural properties of Gn: d(GnTTAC) (n=2-6) and 4Gn: d(GnTTAC)4 (n=3 and 4), and their interaction with theExpand
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Syntheses of Four Methyl-branched Secondary Acetates and a Methyl-branched Ketone as Possible Candidates for the Female Pheromone of the Screwworm Fly, Cochliomyia hominivorax
6-Acetoxy-19-methylnonacosane (1), 7-acetoxy-19-methylnonacosane (2), 8-acetoxy-19-methylnonacosane (3), 7-acetoxy-15-methylnonacosane (4), and 21-methyl-7-hentriacontanone (5) were synthesized asExpand
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Tetraplex structure of fission yeast telomeric DNA and its unfolding by the interaction with telomeric DNA binding protein Pot1.
We compared the structure of fission yeast telomeric DNA, 4G4: d(GGGGTTAC)4, and nontelomeric DNA, 4T4: d(TTTTTTAC)4, and examined their interaction with telomeric DNA binding domain of telomeric DNAExpand
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Mutational Analyses of a Single-Stranded Telomeric DNA Binding Domain of Fission Yeast Pot1: Conflict with X-Ray Crystallographic Structure
To understand the telomere regulation mechanism in relation to cell aging and cancer, we examined the single-stranded telomeric DNA binding domain (ssDBD) of fission yeast telomere-binding proteinExpand
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Syntheses of Racemic and Diastereomeric Mixtures of 3,7,11,15- Tetramethylhentriacontane and 4,8,12,16-Tetramethyldotriacontane, the Cuticular Tetramethylalkanes of the Tsetse Fly,…
Cuticular hydrocarbons of the tsetse fly, Glossina brevipalpis, contain 3,7,11,15-tetramethylhentriacontane and 4,8,12,16-tetramethyldotriacontane as possible candidates for its contact sexExpand
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Quantitative analysis of the location-and sequence-dependent deamination by APOBEC 3 G using real-time NMR * *
Human APOBEC3G (A3G) deaminates the newly synthesized minus strand of human immunodeficiency virus-1 (HIV-1), resulting in the abolition of the HIV-1 infectivity against virus infectivity factorExpand