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Protein aggregation and inclusion body formation in Escherichia coli rpoH mutant defective in heat shock protein induction
Data suggest that the heat shock proteins are involved in acquisition of the soluble state (i.e. correct conformation) of the bulk of intracellular proteins after their translation. Expand
[Homology of plasmids with a wide range of hosts].
According to blotting hybridization and heteroduplex analysis, plasmids R751, R906 and RP4 of Inc Pi group have continuous regions of homology and the plasmid pRP401 retains the broad host range property and has two regions of intensive homology with other Inc P-1 plasmID DNAs. Expand
[The plasmid heterogeneity of Shigella sonnei phase-I and -II strains].
The suggestion has been made that the transition of S. sonnei from phase I to phase II is linked with the loss of fragments of the genetic material, limited by inverted DNA repetitions, which makes the conclusion on the intrastrain heterogeneity of these classes of plasmids. Expand
[Distribution, homology and cloning of cryptic Bacillus thuringiensis plasmids].
The 69-6 strain of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. galleriae harbours at least 7 cryptic plasmids (pBTG1 - pBTG7) with molecular lengths 8,4 to 15,7 kb. According to hybridization analysis, the plasmidExpand
[Molecular genetic studies of the DNA promotor regions in Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. galleriae 69-6. I. Structural and functional analysis].
Three recombinant plasmids pPBT9, pPBT10 and pPBT74 carrying promoter-containing regions of DNA of Bacillus thuringiensis which are responsible for the expression of the promoterless tet gene, wereExpand
[Control of plasmid incompatibility: characteristics of the bireplicon hybrid pAS8 and its deletion mutants].
The data suggest the existence of incompatibility functions control mechanism which does not seem to include replication genes, and ways of realization of the inc genes functions are discussed. Expand
[Comparative analysis of the P-1-group plasmids of incompatibility].
Wide host range plasmids (IncP-1) R906, R751 and R702 have several cleavage sites for BamHI, HindIII and EcoRI enzymes, in contrast to RP4 plasmid, which is suggested to have a similarity in structural and functional organization. Expand
[Molecular organization of plasmid R906 (Inc P-1)].
Genetic and restriction maps of the relatively broad host range plasmid R906 are constructed and data evidence that IncP-1 group plasmids irrespective to their original bacterial source and range of coded antibiotic resistance have very similar molecular organization is shown. Expand