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A molecular switch in the capsid protein controls the particle polymorphism in an icosahedral virus.
- G. L. Lokesh, T. Gowri, P. S. Satheshkumar, M. Murthy, H. Savithri
- Biology, ChemistryVirology
- 20 January 2002
Results reveal that N-ARM acts as a molecular switch in regulating T = 3 assembly and shows that pentamers of AB dimers could nucleate assembly at icosahedral-5-folds.
The role of arginine-rich motif and beta-annulus in the assembly and stability of Sesbania mosaic virus capsids.
Evidence for recombination among the tomato leaf curl virus strains/species from Bangalore, India
The results indicate that there are potential sites of recombination in AV1, AV2, AC1 and intergenic regions of the viral genome and this accounts for the observed variability in these strains/species.
Crystal structure of Salmonella typhimurium 2-methylisocitrate lyase (PrpB) and its complex with pyruvate and Mg(2+).
Triosephosphate isomerase from Plasmodium falciparum: the crystal structure provides insights into antimalarial drug design.
Determination of serum neuron-specific enolase by differential immunocapture.
Nucleotide sequence of the 3′ terminal region of belladonna mottle virus-Iowa (renamed Physalis mottle virus) RNA and an analysis of the relationships of tymoviral coat proteins
A phylogenetic tree constructed after aligning separately the sequence of the CP, the replicase protein (RP) and the tRNA-like structure determined in this study with the corresponding sequences of other tymoviruses shows that PhMV wrongly named belladonna mottle virus is a separate tymvirus and not another strain of BDMV(E) as originally envisaged.
Possible mechanisms of epinephrine actions in quin-2-loaded platelets refractory to arachidonic acid.
- G. Rao, J. Gerrard, M. Murthy, J. White
- BiologyBiochemical medicine and metabolic biology
- 1 December 1993
The effect of epinephrine in restoring the aggregation response of refractory platelets is coupled to a calcium-mediated alpha-adrenergic receptor, and it may serve as a critical salvage pathway in platelets with compromised functions.
Structure of Sesbania mosaic virus at 3 A resolution.
Cavity-creating mutation at the dimer interface of Plasmodium falciparum triosephosphate isomerase: restoration of stability by disulfide cross-linking of subunits.
- B. Gopal, S. Ray, R. Gokhale, H. Balaram, M. Murthy, P. Balaram
- Biology, ChemistryBiochemistry
- 5 January 1999
The crystal structure of the Y74C mutant offers insights into the destabilization effects of the interfacial cavities and the role of disulfide tethering in restoring protein stability.