Three separate classes of bacterial ice nucleation structures
Studies of the properties of the ice nucleation structure exposed on the surfaces of various bacteria such as Pseudomonas syringae, Erwinia herbicola, or various strains of Ice+ recombinant…
A method for the efficient blotting of strongly basic proteins from sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gels to nitrocellulose.
Formation of bacterial membrane ice-nucleating lipoglycoprotein complexes
Evidence is presented that sugars attached to the asparagine residues may play a role in aggregating the ice gene lipoglycoprotein compound into larger aggregates, which are the most effective ice nucleation structures.
Components of ice nucleation structures of bacteria
Nonprotein components attached to the known protein product of the inaZ gene of Pseudomonas syringae have been identified and shown to be necessary for the most efficient ice nucleation of…
Phosphatidylinositol, a phospholipid of ice-nucleating bacteria
- L. Kozloff, M. A. Turner, F. Arellano, M. Lute
- Biology, Environmental ScienceJournal of Bacteriology
- 1 March 1991
Results indicate that PI plays an important role in ice nucleation at warm temperatures and is a likely precursor or component of the class A structure.
Biophysical properties of bacteriophage T2.
TAIL COMPONENTS OF T2 BACTERIOPHAGE. I. PROPERTIES OF THE ISOLATED CONTRACTILE TAIL SHEATH.
Bacteriophage Tail Components
A pteroylpolyglutamate has been found to be a constituent of all Escherichia coli T-even bacteriophages and has been characterized with regard to its oxidation state, molecular weight, origin, and…
Biochemical Studies of Virus Reproduction: IV. The fate of the Infecting Virus Particle
Ice nucleating activity of Pseudomonas syringae and Erwinia herbicola
The kinetics of inactivation with N-ethylmaleimide suggested that E. herbicola cells have at least two separate ice nucleating sites, whereas P. syringae cells have possibly four or more separate sites, and sulfhydryl reagents were potent inhibitors of the INA of both bacteria.