H G Schweiger

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Seven cytosolic phosphoproteins with relative molecular masses of 110, 58, 52, 46, 38, 36 and 34kDa and isoelectric points between 4.2 and 5.0 are identified from the rodent malaria parasite Plasmodium berghei. Similar patterns of phosphorylated proteins are obtained from parasite cytosol after incubation of intact infected erythrocytes with(More)
Nuclei from Acetabularia mediterranea were isolated, microinjected with simian virus 40 (SV40) DNA and fused with cytoplasts from the same species. Various times after fusion of the injected nuclei the fusion products were screened for expression of the T-antigen by indirect immunofluorescence. One and two days after injection a bright fluorescence could be(More)
SV40 DNA and pSV2neo were microinjected into isolated nuclei of Acetabularia mediterranea. The injected nuclei were implanted into anucleate cell fragments of the same species. Such combinations not only survived but also formed progeny. The F(1), F(2) and F(3) generations of these combinations were analyzed. In the case of SV40-treated cells T-antigen was(More)
The translation products induced by poly(A)+ RNA from Acetabularia mediterranea, A. cliftonii and A. ryukyuensis in a modified, highly efficient wheat germ cell-free in vitro system were separated by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. A comparison of the translation products on the basis of their molecular weight and their isoelectric point revealed only(More)