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DNA reverse gyrase

Known as: reverse gyrase 
National Institutes of Health

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2019
2019
Abstract Reverse gyrase (RG) is the only protein found ubiquitously in hyperthermophilic organisms, but absent from mesophiles… 
2018
2018
Diverse DNA repair mechanisms are essential to all living organisms. Some of the most widespread repair systems allow recovery of… 
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2017
2017
Reverse gyrase introduces positive supercoils to circular DNA and is implicated in genome stability maintenance in thermophiles… 
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2017
2017
Reverse gyrase is an enzyme that induces positive supercoiling in closed circular DNA in vitro. It is unique to thermophilic… 
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2016
2016
Here we report the complete genome sequence of the chemoorganotrophic, extremely thermophilic bacterium, Dictyoglomus turgidum… 
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2015
2015
Significance Reverse gyrase resides in bacteria that live in hot conditions. The enzyme further intertwines the double helix of… 
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2015
2015
Enteric fever is a major cause of morbidity in several parts of the Indian subcontinent. The treatment for typhoid fever majorly… 
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2011
2011
Reverse gyrase (RG) is an ATP-dependent type I DNA topoisomerase that introduces positive supercoils into DNA in thermophiles… 
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2002
2002
For DNA to be used as an informational molecule it must exist in the cell on the edge of stability because all genomic processes…