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Defining a novel domain that provides an essential contribution to site-specific interaction of Rep protein with DNAPublication
An essential feature of replication initiation proteins is their ability to bind to DNA. In this work, we describe a new domain that contributes to a replication initiator sequence-specific interaction with DNA. Applying biochemical assays and structure prediction methods coupled with DNA–protein crosslinking, mass spectrometry, and construction and analysis of mutant proteins, we identified that the replication initiator of the...
How proteins bind to DNA: target discrimination and dynamic sequence search by the telomeric protein TRF1Publication
Target search as performed by DNA-binding proteins is a complex process, in which multiple factors contribute to both thermodynamic discrimination of the target sequence from overwhelmingly abundant off-target sites and kinetic acceleration of dynamic sequence interrogation. TRF1, the protein that binds to telomeric tandem repeats, faces an intriguing variant of the search problem where target sites are clustered within short fragments...
Molecular dynamics simulations reveal the balance of forces governing the formation of a guanine tetrad—a common structural unit of G-quadruplex DNAPublication
G-quadruplexes (G4) are nucleic acid conformations of guanine-rich sequences, in which guanines are arranged in the square-planar G-tetrads, stacked on one another. G4 motifs form in vivo and are implicated in regulation of such processes as gene expression and chromosome maintenance. The structure and stability of various G4 topologies were determined experimentally; however, the driving forces for their formation are not fully...
A new Thermus sp. class-IIS enzyme subfamily: isolation of a ''twin'' endo nuclease TspDTI with a novel specificity 5´-ATGAA(N11/9)-3´, related to TspGWI, Taqll and Tth111II. 5´-ATGAA(N11/9)-3´, spokrewnionej z TspGWI, TaqII i Tth111II.Publication
Odkryto i scharakteryzowano nową subrodzinę enzymów klasy IIS z Thermus sp.
TspGWI, a thermophilic class-IIS restriction endonuclease from Thermus sp.,recognizes novel asymmetric sequence 5´-ACGGA(N11/9)-3Publication
A novel prototype class-IIS restriction endonuclease, TspGWI, was isolated from the thermophilic bacterium Thermus sp. GW. The recognition sequence and cleavage positions have been established: TspGWI recognizes the non-palindromic 5-bp sequence 5′-ACGGA-3′ and cleaves the DNA 11 and 9 nt downstream in the top and bottom strand, respectively. In addition, an accompanying endonuclease, TspGWII, an isoschizomer of Pst I, was found...
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