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We have previously reported the identification of a G4-DNA-dependent nuclease from S. cerevisiae that recognizes a tetrastranded G4-DNA structure and cuts in a single-stranded region 5' to the G4 structure. We purify this activity to homogeneity and show it to be the product of the S. cerevisiae KEM1 gene, which is also known as SEP1, DST2, XRN1, and RAR5.(More)
Most biological nitrogen fixation is catalyzed by molybdenum-dependent nitrogenase, an enzyme complex comprising two component proteins that contains three different metalloclusters. Diazotrophs contain a common core of nitrogen fixation nif genes that encode the structural subunits of the enzyme and components required to synthesize the metalloclusters.(More)
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