A spectrofluorimetric study of the interaction between virginiamycin S and bacterial ribosomes

@article{Parfait1978ASS,
  title={A spectrofluorimetric study of the interaction between virginiamycin S and bacterial ribosomes},
  author={Raymond Parfait and Marie-Pierre de B{\'e}thune and Carlo G. Cocito},
  journal={Molecular and General Genetics MGG},
  year={1978},
  volume={166},
  pages={45-51}
}
SummaryVirginiamycin S (VS, a type B component of the synergistin group of antibiotics) is fluorescent in solution: the fluorescence intensity is proportional to VS concentration. The intensity of VS fluorescence was found to increase upon addition of 50S ribosomal subunits, and this variation (ΔI416nm) to be proportional to the concentration of 50S subunits. This new technique was, then, used to measure the binding reaction of VS to ribosomes. Similar patterns of link age were obtained for… CONTINUE READING
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