László Sallai

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The sigma(54)-dependent transcription in bacteria is associated with various stress and growth conditions. Activators of the sigma(54) protein contain a central domain belonging to the AAA+ superfamily of ATPases, members of which function in diverse cellular processes in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. We describe the X-ray structure of an(More)
ATPases associated with various cellular activities are aptly named. They are the engines that drive processes such as protein degradation, protein refolding, sigma(54)-dependent transcriptional activation, DNA helicase activity, DNA replication initiation, and cellular cargo transport. Recent structural information derived from biochemical studies,(More)
Several hydrazone, oxime, carbazone and semicarbazone derivatives of 14-alkoxycodeinones and 14-alkoxydihydrocodeinones were synthesised [1] and characterised in in vitro radioligand binding assays in rat brain membrane preparations. The tested compounds show the highest affinity for the mu opioid binding sites and most of them have agonist character.(More)
OBJECTIVE The role of biochemical and functional markers of microvascular dysfunction to predict cardiovascular outcomes in nondialyzed chronic kidney disease (CKD) remains unclear. In this prospective cohort study, we assessed whether biochemical [serum level of angiopoietin-2 (Ang-2), asymmetric and symmetric dimethylarginin] and functional (laser Doppler(More)
The ZraR (HydG) protein is a 441-amino-acid protein with three functional domains and is homologous to the general nitrogen-regulatory protein NtrC that regulates nitrogen assimilation in many bacteria. The AAA and DNA-binding domains (residues 141-441) of the ZraR protein from Salmonella typhimurium were crystallized using the sitting-drop vapour-diffusion(More)
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