Fabiant Hennecke

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BACKGROUND Infection of male Escherichia coli cells by filamentous Ff bacteriophages (M13, fd, and f1) involves interaction of the phage minor coat gene 3 protein (g3p) with the bacterial F pilus (primary receptor), and subsequently with the integral membrane protein TolA (coreceptor). G3p consists of three domains (N1, N2, and CT). The N2 domain interacts(More)
The structure of the two N-terminal domains of the gene 3 protein of filamentous phages (residues 1-217) has been solved by multiwavelength anomalous diffraction and refined at 1.46 A resolution. Each domain consists of either five or eight beta-strands and a single alpha-helix. Despite missing sequence homology, their cores superimposed with a(More)
By using the selectively infective phage (SIP) technology, we selected non-repetitive linkers for a single-chain Fv fragment to have genes more robust against deletions in PCR-based gene assembly and directed evolution experiments than is the case for the classical (Gly4Ser)3 linker. We designed linkers encoding turns at both ends and random positions in(More)
The use of freehand gestures for interaction in automotive environments is an approach to improve security while driving. Since driving demands a person cognitively and visually, the goal is to reduce driver distraction through gestural input options to perform secondary tasks. This paper provides an introduction to fundamentals of gesture theory, as well(More)
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