regulatory protein repA, E coli
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In Pseudomonas aeruginosa , bla VIM-2 has been mostly associated with a chromosomal location and rarely with a plasmid… Expand Protein amyloids arise from the conformational conversion and assembly of a soluble protein into fibrilar aggregates with a… Expand ABSTRACT The presence of a pXO1- and/or pXO2-like plasmid(s) in clinical isolates of Bacillus cereus sensu stricto and in strains… Expand ABSTRACT Plasmid-encoded quinolone resistance was previously reported for different bacteria isolated from patients not only in… Expand The P1 plasmid origin has an array of five binding sites (iterons) for the plasmid‐encoded initiator protein RepA. Saturation of… Expand DNA replication of plasmid P1 requires a plasmid-encoded origin DNA-binding protein, RepA. RepA is an inactive dimer and is… Expand Antisense RNAs in prokaryotic systems often inhibit translation of mRNAs. In some cases, this involves sequestration of Shine… Expand RepA protein of plasmid P1 binds to arrays of 19 bp repeat sequences (iterons) and mediates initiation of replication and its… Expand The replication frequency of IncFII plasmids is regulated through the availability of a rate‐limiting protein, RepA. The… Expand The genetic determinants for replication and incompatibility of plasmid R1 were investigated by gene cloning methods, and three… Expand