Advances in Enzymology and Related Areas of Molecular by Alton Meister

By Alton Meister

Site visitors ATPases: A Superfamily of shipping Proteins working from Escherichia coli to people (G. Ames, et al.).

The breathing Burst Oxidase (B. Babior).

seasoned- and Antioxidant services of Quinones and Quinone Reductase in Mammalian Cells (E. Cadenas & P. Hochstein).

The Redox facilities of Ribonucleotide Reductase of Escherichia coli (M. Fontecave, et al.).

lengthy diversity Intramolecular associated features within the Calcium shipping ATPase (G. Inesi, et al.).

Hydrogen-Bonding in Carbohydrates and Hydrate Inclusion Compounds (G. Jeffrey).

Methylation of mRNA (P. Narayan & F. Rottman).

Mammalian Nitric Oxide Synthases (D. Stuehr & O. Griffith).


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Mutants of the histidine periplasmic permease of Salrnonel/u tvphimuvirtrn that allow transport in the absence of histidinebinding proteins, J . , 173, 1444-1451. Treptow, N. A. and Shuman, H. A. (1985). Genetic evidence for substrate and periplasmic-binding-protein recognition by the MalF and MalG proteins, cytoplasmic membrane components of the Escherichiu c,o/i maltose transport system, J . , 163, 654-660. Treptow, N. A. and Shuman, H. A. (1988). Allele specific mnlE mutations that restore interactions between maltose-binding protein and the inner-membrane components of the maltose transport system, J .

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