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Solution structure of the M13 major coat protein in detergent micelles: a basis for a model of phage assembly involving specific residues.
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A model is constructed that addresses the role of specific residues in the assembly process of the major coat protein of bacteriophage M13, solubilized in detergent micelles, and suggests this arrangement of residues is important for the interactions of the protein with the membrane, for correct protein-DNA and protein-protein interactions in the phage. Expand
New and remarkable records of microfungi from Turkey.
During a botanical excursion of the University of Essen in the year 2002 to North-, Central- and South-Anatolia we have collected representatives of about 100 genera of microfungi as parasites orExpand
New, rare or remarkable microfungi in the Italian Alps (Carnic Alps)--part I--ascomycotina.
During our observations in the SE part of the Carnic Alps in the year 2003 we were able to collect and identify 35 ascomycetes on trees and dead wood. Among these one can find numerous ascomycetes ofExpand
New and remarkable microfungi in North Rhine Westphalia, Germany.
During our investigation on microfungi in North Rhine Westphalia in the years 2002 and 2003 we were able to collect and identify some new and rare species of microfungi as parasites and saprophytesExpand
New, rare and remarkable microfungi from Macedonia (Greece).
TLDR
The Botanical Institute of the University of Essen was able to collect about 250 species of parasitic and saprophytic microfungi in eastern Greece, which contain rare and to a great extend unknown species for the area of investigation. Expand
New, rare or remarkable microfungi in the Italian Alps (Carnic Alps)--part II--other microfungi.
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The Herbarium ESS Mycotheca Parva was able to treasure about 300 species of parasitic and saprophytic microfungi, among them Basidiomycetes, AscomyCetes and Deuteromycets like Bostrichonema polygoni (UNGER) SCHROT. Expand
New, rare and remarkable records of microfungi from the Slovakian Republic.
During an excursion to the Slovakian Republic (lower and upper Tatra) of the Botanical Institute of the University of Essen in 2004 we were able to collect about 150 species of microfungi asExpand
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