F G Healy

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The modABC gene products constitute the molybdate-specific transport system in Escherichia coli. Another operon coding for two proteins which diverges from the modABCD operon has been identified. The first gene of this operon codes for a 262-amino-acid protein, designated ModE (28 kDa), and the second genes codes for a 490-amino-acid protein. ModF (54 kDa).(More)
We have previously found that a Tyr residue was critical for the interaction of peptides with the Kd molecule, and therefore may be acting as an anchor residue. In the present report we show that it is possible to convert a self peptide sequence into a Kd-restricted neo-antigen by a single Tyr substitution at position 2 of the peptide. This supports the(More)
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