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The variable genes and gene families of the mouse immunoglobulin κ locus
In this report 118 mouse Vκ genes are described which, together with the 22 Vκ genes reported previously (T. Kirschbaum et al., Eur. J. Immunol. 1998. 28: 1458 – 1466) amount to 140 genes that hadExpand
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Clonal characterization of the human IgG antibody repertoire to Haemophilus influenzae type b polysaccharide. III. A single VKII gene and one of several JK genes are joined by an invariant arginine
To characterize the L chain V region repertoire of IgG anti-Haemophilus influenzae type b capsular polysaccharide (Hib-PS) antibodies, clonal antibodies were purified from immune serum and internalExpand
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The variable genes and gene families of the mouse immunoglobulin kappa locus.
In this report 118 mouse Vkappa genes are described which, together with the 22 Vkappa genes reported previously (T. Kirschbaum et al., Eur. J. Immunol. 1998. 28: 1458-1466) amount to 140 genes thatExpand
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A specific modification next to the anticodon of phenylalanine transfer ribonucleic acid.
By mild treatment of tRNAPheyeast with acid (pH 2.9, 37°, 3–4 hours) the base Y+, which according to RajBhandary, Khorana et al. is located right next to the anticodon, can be excised withoutExpand
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Aminoacylation of fragment combinations from yeast tRNA phe .
1 The aminoacylation of 15 fragments from yeast tRNAPhe and of various mixtures of these fragments was studied in detail. The aminoacylation conditions were systematically varied in order to obtainExpand
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Study on the properties and structure of the modified base Y+ of yeast tRNA Phe .
Abstract The crystallization, solubility properties, and some physical data of Y + are reported. Mass spectrometric and NMR data are in agreement with the formula of Y + proposed by Nakanishi et al.Expand
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Cooperative helix‐coil transitions in half molecules of phenylalanine specific tRNA from yeast
The mechanism of helix-coil transitions in synthetic homo-oligonucleotides has been elucidated by recent kinetic studies [l] . It was demonstrated that the rate dete rmining step in the formation ofExpand
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The human immunoglobulin x locus. Characterization of the duplicated O regions
Two large regions of the human immunoglobulin x locus, the so‐called O regions, have been characterized on cosmid and phage λ clones. The two regions are very similar but not identical duplicatesExpand
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Clonal characterization of the human IgG antibody repertoire to Haemophilus influenzae type b polysaccharide. IV. The less frequently expressed VL are heterogeneous.
We previously demonstrated that the human anti-Haemophilus influenzae type b polysaccharide (Hib-PS) VL repertoire is dominated by a product of the V kappa II gene, A2, and that V kappa II-A2Expand
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