Tatiana Gromova

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A novel trypsin-like protease (PSP) from the psychrotolerant gram-negative microorganism Serratia proteamaculans was purified by ion-exchange chromatography on Q-Sepharose and affinity chromatography on immobilized basic pancreatic trypsin inhibitor (BPTI-Sepharose). PSP formed a tight complex with GroEL chaperonin. A method for dissociating the GroEL-PSP(More)
A site-directed modification at position P1 of the processing site of Bacillus intermedius glutamyl endopeptidase was carried out. Variants of the protease gene were obtained that correspond to the protein with an Ala, Asn, Ser, or Glu residue at this position substituted for the Lys residue. The residue in the P1 position of the processing site was shown(More)
ALS-8112 is the parent molecule of ALS-8176, a first-in-class nucleoside analog prodrug effective in the clinic against respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection. The antiviral activity of ALS-8112 is mediated by its 5'-triphosphate metabolite (ALS-8112-TP, or 2'F-4'ClCH2-cytidine triphosphate) inhibiting the RNA polymerase activity of the RSV L-P protein(More)
The Bacillus intermedius gene for glutamyl endopeptidase, a secretory serine proteinase belonging to the structural family of chymotrypsin, was previously cloned and sequenced; the three-dimensional structure of the protein has also been established. It was shown in this work that removal of the 3′-noncoding region of the glutamyl endopeptidase gene leads(More)
Enzymatic properties of a novel oligopeptidase B from psychrotolerant gram-negative microorganism Serratia proteamaculans (PSP) were studied. The substrate specificity of PSP was analyzed using p-nitroanilide substrates, and the influence of calcium ions on the enzyme activity was studied. Hydrolysis of oligopeptides by PSP was studied using melittin as the(More)
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