Barbara J Terry

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The potential for processive EcoRI endonuclease hydrolysis has been examined on several DNA substrates containing two EcoRI sites which were embedded in identical sequence environments. With a 388-base pair circular DNA, in which the two recognition sites are separated by 51 base pairs (shorter distance) or 337 base pairs (longer distance), 77 and 34% of(More)
Equilibrium binding of EcoRI endonuclease to DNA has been analyzed by nitrocellulose filter and preferential DNA cleavage methods. Association constants for pBR322 and a 34-base pair molecule containing the EcoRI site of this plasmid in a central position were determined to be 1.9 X 10(11) M-1 and 1.0 X 10(11) M-1 at 37 degrees C, respectively, with the(More)
This article presents the results of a pilot implementation of an evaluation process designed to help community health collaboratives obtain relevant information for planning and evaluation. The Value Template Process assists collaboratives to identify performance and impact indicators that are meaningful and measurable with accessible data. The process(More)
We have examined the properties of microtubules formed in the presence of GTP, 5'-guanylyl imidodiphosphate (GMPP(NH)P), and 5'-guanylyl methylenediphosphate (GMPP(CH2)P) to identify features of the assembly or disassembly reactions uniquely related to hydrolysis. The assembly of microtubules with GTP or GMPP(NH)P was similar in terms of rates and extents(More)
We have examined the kinetics of the interaction between endodeoxyribonuclease EcoRI (EC 3.1.23.13) and nine linear DNA fragments that range in size between 34 and 6,200 base pairs and contain the EcoRI site of plasmid pBR322 in a central location. The kinetic parameters governing both formation and decay of specific endonuclease . DNA complexes increase(More)
ATP and UTP support microtubule assembly through the action of brain nucleoside-5'-diphosphate kinase on GDP. Penningroth and Kirschner (1977) J. Mol. Biol. 115, 643-673) have proposed that microtubule assembly may occur by either of two mechanisms: indirectly, through nucleoside-5'-diphosphate kinase-catalyzed phosphorylation of uncomplexed GDP and(More)
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