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Posttranscriptional regulation of cspE in Escherichia coli: involvement of the short 5'-untranslated region.
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 significantExpand
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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 highExpand
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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 CspEExpand
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The dual roles of RPE65 S-palmitoylation in membrane association and visual cycle function
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
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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
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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
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Evolutionary aspects and enzymology of metazoan carotenoid cleavage oxygenases.
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
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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 transcriptionalExpand
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Discovery of intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) has challenged the traditional protein structure- function paradigm. IDPs lack stable tertiary and/or secondary structures and are highlyExpand
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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 benefitsExpand
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