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Bacteriophage AR9 and its close relative PBS1 have been extensively used to construct early Bacillus subtilis genetic maps. Here, we present the 251,042bp AR9 genome, a linear, terminally redundant double-stranded DNA containing deoxyuridine instead of thymine. Multiple AR9 genes are interrupted by non-coding sequences or sequences encoding putative(More)
Bacteriophage AR9 is a recently sequenced jumbo phage that encodes two multisubunit RNA polymerases. Here we investigated the AR9 transcription strategy and the effect of AR9 infection on the transcription of its host, Bacillus subtilis Analysis of whole-genome transcription revealed early, late, and continuously expressed AR9 genes. Alignment of sequences(More)
The dynamics of distribution of potassium and sodium among the blood plasma and the tissues (muscle and liver) was studied in Wistar rats at an artificial increase of the potassium content in the blood. After administration of 1.25% solution of potassium chloride into the stomach (5 ml/100 g), into the liver portal vein (0.5 ml/100 g), and into femoral vein(More)
  • M M Sokolova
  • 1975
In rats, per os i.v. administration of 1.25 per cent KCl solution (840 mcEq/100 g.b.w.) increased concentration of potassium in the blood and tissues, as well as the urine excretion of potassium. The excretion rate depended on the amount of potassium load. After adrenalectomy and aldactone injection, the potassium excretion decreased. This, apparently,(More)
Morpho-functional changes in scorpionfish pinealocytes have been observed during an increase in potassium sodium or magnesium content of the sea water. These changes include the increase in the height and the diameter of the nuclei of pinealocytes, the increase being followed by apocrynic secretion in the cells. It is suggested that the pineal organ of the(More)