G Rapp

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Crystals of Ha-Ras p21 with caged GTP at the active site have been used to investigate the conformational changes of p21 on GTP hydrolysis. The structure of the short-lived p21.GTP complex was determined by Laue diffraction methods. After GTP hydrolysis, substantial structural changes occur in the parts of the molecule implicated in the interaction with(More)
The lipid bilayer thickness d(L), the transbilayer distance of lipid phosphate groups d(pp/inf> and the lipid surface area A(L) of fluid hydrated bilayers of lamellar phases of egg phosphatidylcholine or dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine containing N-alkyl-N,N-dimethylamine N-oxides (CnNO), 1,4-butanedi-ammonium-N,N'-dialkyl-N,N,N',N'-tetramethyl dibromides(More)
Bundles of intact, tetanized skeletal muscle fibers from Rana temporaria were subjected to sinusoidal length oscillations in the frequency domain 100 Hz to 3 kHz while measuring force and sarcomere length. Simultaneously, intensity of the third-order x-ray reflection of the axial myosin unit cell (I(M3)) was measured using synchrotron radiation. At(More)
A plasmid pUChEF-2 containing the coding sequence as well as the complete 3'-untranslated region (3'UTR) of human EF-2 mRNA was constructed. The plasmid construct was assembled from a cDNA insert of pHGR81 (Rapp et al., (1988) Biol. Chem. Hoppe-Seyler 369, 247-250) comprising the C-terminal portion of the coding region and the 3'UTR, as well as a polymer(More)
Many studies have been made of ancient Greek topography, some of the more recent ones based on modern techniques. However, most still ignore the subsurface dimension of coastal and other environments and hence fail to fully explain coastal and alluvial-colluvial processes, rates of change of geomorphology, and the effects of coastal change on humans. In(More)
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