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High light stimulates Deg1-dependent cleavage of the minor LHCII antenna proteins CP26 and CP29 and the PsbS protein in Arabidopsis thaliana
The chloroplast Deg1 protein performs proteolytic cleavage of the photodamaged D1 protein of the photosystem II (PSII) reaction center, PSII extrinsic subunit PsbO and the soluble electron carrierExpand
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Complete Nucleotide Sequence of the pCTX-M3 Plasmid and Its Involvement in Spread of the Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase Gene blaCTX-M-3
ABSTRACT Here we report the nucleotide sequence of pCTX-M3, a highly conjugative plasmid that is responsible for the extensive spread of the gene coding for the CTX-M-3 extended-spectrum β-lactamaseExpand
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Differential turnover of the photosystem II reaction centre D1 protein in mesophyll and bundle sheath chloroplasts of maize.
Photoinhibition is caused by an imbalance between the rates of the damage and repair cycle of photosystem II D1 protein in thylakoid membranes. The PSII repair processes include (i) disassembly ofExpand
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Mosaic Structure of p1658/97, a 125-Kilobase Plasmid Harboring an Active Amplicon with the Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase Gene blaSHV-5
ABSTRACT Escherichia coli isolates recovered from patients during a clonal outbreak in a Warsaw, Poland, hospital in 1997 produced different levels of an extended-spectrum β-lactamase (ESBL) of theExpand
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Complete Nucleotide Sequence of the pCTX-M 3 Plasmid and Its Involvement in Spread of the Extended-Spectrum-Lactamase Gene bla CTX-M-3
Complete Nucleotide Sequence of the pCTX-M3 Plasmid and Its Involvement in Spread of the Extended-Spectrum -Lactamase Gene blaCTX-M-3 M. Gołębiewski,† I. Kern-Zdanowicz,* M. Zienkiewicz,‡ M.Expand
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Phosphorylation of PSII proteins in maize thylakoids in the presence of Pb ions.
Lead is potentially toxic to all organisms including plants. Many physiological studies suggest that plants have developed various mechanisms to contend with heavy metals, however the molecularExpand
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Transformation of the Cyanidioschyzon merolae chloroplast genome: prospects for understanding chloroplast function in extreme environments
Key messageWe have successfully transformed an exthemophilic red alga with the chloramphenicol acetyltransferase gene, rendering this organism insensitive to its toxicity. Our work paves the way toExpand
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Chloramphenicol acetyltransferase—a new selectable marker in stable nuclear transformation of the red alga Cyanidioschyzon merolae
In this study, we have shown the applicability of chloramphenicol acetyltransferase as a new and convenient selectable marker for stable nuclear transformation as well as potential chloroplastExpand
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Tandem multiplication of the IS26-flanked amplicon with the bla(SHV-5) gene within plasmid p1658/97.
The IncF plasmid p1658/97 (c. 125 kb) from Escherichia coli isolates recovered during a clonal outbreak in a hospital in Warsaw, Poland, in 1997 contains the extended-spectrum β-lactamase (ESBL) geneExpand
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