Marie-Louise Andersson

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Finegoldia magna is an anaerobic Gram-positive bacterium and commensal, which is also associated with clinically important conditions such as skin and soft tissue infections. This study describes a novel subtilisin-like extracellular serine proteinase of F. magna, denoted SufA (subtilase of Finegoldia magna), which is believed to be the first subtilase(More)
Finegoldia magna is a member of the normal human bacterial flora on the skin and other non-sterile body surfaces, but this anaerobic coccus is also an important opportunistic pathogen. SufA was the first F. magna proteinase to be isolated and characterized. Many bacterial pathogens interfere with different steps of blood coagulation, and here we describe(More)
Interactions between the cyclin-dependent kinases (CDKs), CDK inhibitory proteins, the p53 tumor suppressor gene product, and the protein product of the retinoblastoma susceptability gene, pRbl, facilitate key cell cycle transitions or checkpoints at the Go/G1 and G1/S boundaries. The p53 protein plays a key role in controlling the G1/S checkpoint through(More)
HERV-H ENDOGENOUS RETROVIRUSES: ANALYSIS OF CHIMERIC RETROVIRAL/CELLULAR TRANSCRIPTS AND DEFINITION OF LTR REGULATORY REGIONS. D. L. Mager, D. T. Nelson, P. E. Kowalski, S. Baban and J. D. Freeman HERV-H (formerly RTVL-H) human endogenous retroviral sequences are the most numerous HERV family known, being present in -1000 copies per haploid genome in humans(More)
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