Identification of global suppressors for temperature-sensitive folding mutations of the P22 tailspike protein.

@article{Fane1991IdentificationOG,
  title={Identification of global suppressors for temperature-sensitive folding mutations of the P22 tailspike protein.},
  author={B. Fane and R. Villafane and A. Mitraki and J. King},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1991},
  volume={266 18},
  pages={
          11640-8
        }
}
Suppressor mutations which alleviate the defects in folding mutants of the P22 gene 9 tailspike protein have recently been isolated (Fane, B. and King, J. (1991) Genetics 127, 263-277). The starting folding defects were in missense polypeptide chains generated by host amino acid insertions at different amber mutant sites. Fragments of genes carrying the amber mutations with and without their independently isolated suppressor mutations were cloned and sequenced. The parental nonsense mutations… Expand
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