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Posttranscriptional regulation of cspE in Escherichia coli: involvement of the short 5'-untranslated region.
- S. Uppal, Venkata S N Rao Akkipeddi, N. Jawali
- Biology, Medicine
- FEMS microbiology letters
- 1 February 2008
Escherichia coli K-12 contains nine paralogs of CspA, namely CspA-CspI. In spite of considerable sequence similarity among these genes, the individual members of this family show significant… Expand
Cyclic AMP receptor protein regulates cspD, a bacterial toxin gene, in Escherichia coli.
cspD, a member of cspA family of cold shock genes in Escherichia coli, is not induced during cold shock. Its expression is induced during stationary phase. CspD inhibits DNA replication, and a high… Expand
Cyclic AMP receptor protein regulates cspE, an early cold-inducible gene, in Escherichia coli.
cspE, a member of the cspA family of cold shock proteins in Escherichia coli, is an early cold-inducible protein. The nucleic acid melting ability and transcription antiterminator activity of CspE… Expand
The dual roles of RPE65 S-palmitoylation in membrane association and visual cycle function
- S. Uppal, Tingting Liu, E. Poliakov, S. Gentleman, T Michael Redmond
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Scientific Reports
- 26 March 2019
Association with the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) membrane is a critical requirement for the catalytic function of RPE65. Several studies have investigated the nature of the RPE65-membrane interaction;… Expand
Cyclic AMP receptor protein (CRP) regulates the expression of cspA, cspB, cspG and cspI, members of cspA family, in Escherichia coli
AbstractEscherichia coli K-12 contains nine paralogs of CspA, CspA–CspI, collectively known as CspA family of cold-shock proteins (CSPs). In spite of the high degree of similarity among themselves,… Expand
The cyclic AMP receptor protein (CRP) regulates mqsRA, coding for the bacterial toxin-antitoxin gene pair, in Escherichia coli.
Bacterial persisters represent a small number of slow-growing antibiotic-tolerant cells among populations of rapidly growing cells, and are the main cause of frequent recurrent infections. MqsR-MqsA,… Expand
Evolutionary aspects and enzymology of metazoan carotenoid cleavage oxygenases.
- E. Poliakov, S. Uppal, I. Rogozin, S. Gentleman, T Michael Redmond
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular and cell…
- 12 February 2020
The carotenoids are terpenoid fat-soluble pigments produced by plants, algae, and several bacteria and fungi. They are ubiquitous components of animal diets. Carotenoid cleavage oxygenase (CCO)… Expand
The Bromodomain Protein 4 Contributes to the Regulation of Alternative Splicing.
The bromodomain protein 4 (BRD4) is an atypical kinase and histone acetyl transferase (HAT) that binds to acetylated histones and contributes to chromatin remodeling and early transcriptional… Expand
AN EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL INTRINSICALLY DISORDERED AND AMYLOIDOGENIC REGIONS IN HEMOGLOBINS
Discovery of intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) has challenged the traditional protein structure- function paradigm. IDPs lack stable tertiary and/or secondary structures and are highly… Expand
Palmitoylation of Metazoan Carotenoid Oxygenases
Abundant in nature, carotenoids are a class of fat-soluble pigments with a polyene tetraterpenoid structure. They possess antioxidant properties and their consumption leads to certain health benefits… Expand