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Characterization of the RNA-binding properties of the triple-gene-block protein 2 of Bamboo mosaic virus
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Respiratory Research cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Distinctive receptor binding properties of the surface glycoprotein of a natural Feline Leukemia Virus isolate with unusual disease spectrum...
[ Team LiB ] Recipe 7.3 Binding Data to a Web Forms DataList Problem You need to bind the result set from a query to a DataList control. Solution Set the DataList's advanced properties as demonstrated by this solution. The schema of table TBL0703 that is used in the solution is shown in Table 7-2. Table 7-2.
Concrete can be classified as composite material and that is a
combination of different components which improve their performance
In general case binder component which can be in hard crystalline or
amorphous state is considered as the matrix of composite material.
In concrete matrix phase the grains of aggregates (dispersed phase) are
[ Team LiB ] Recipe 7.2 Binding Complex Data to Web Forms Controls Problem You want to bind multiple columns in multiple records to an ASP.NET control. Solution Set the control's advanced properties (see Table 7-1) before calling DataBind( ).
[ Team LiB ] Recipe 7.4 Binding Data to a Web Forms DataGrid Problem You want to bind the result set from a query to a DataGrid control. Solution Set the advanced properties of the DataGrid as demonstrated in the code for the Web Forms page as shown
K-Ras is a small G-protein, localized mainly at the inner leaflet of the
plasma membrane. The membrane targeting signal of this protein consists
of a polybasic C-terminal sequence of six contiguous lysines and a farnesyl-ated cysteine. Results from biophysical studies in model systems suggest
that hydrophobic and electrostatic interactions are responsible for the
membrane binding properties of K-Ras.
Oxygen-binding globins occur in the nervous systems of both invertebrates
and vertebrates. While the function of invertebrate nerve haemoglobins as
oxygen stores that extend neural excitability under hypoxia has been con-vincingly demonstrated, the physiological role of vertebrate neuroglobins is
less well understood.
The secondary substrate binding site (SBS) ofBacillus subtilisandAspergil-lus niger glycoside hydrolase family 11 xylanases was studied by site-direc-ted mutagenesis and evaluation of activity and binding properties of
mutant enzymes on different substrates.
The crystal structure of the complex between human
immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) protease and a
peptidomimetic inhibitor of ethyleneamine type has been
refined toRfactor of 0.178 with diffraction limit 2.5 A
peptidomimetic inhibitor Boc-Phe-Y[CH2CH2
(denoted here as OE) contains the ethylene-amine replacement of the scissilepeptidebond.
In our attempt to obtain further information on the replication mechanism
of the hepatitis C virus (HCV), we have studied the role of sequences at
the 3¢-end of HCV minus-strand RNA in the initiation of synthesis of the
viral genome by viral RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp). In this
report, we investigated the template and binding properties of mutated and
deleted RNA fragments of the 3¢-end of the minus-strand HCV RNA in
the presence of viral polymerase.
Previous structural andmutagenesis studies indicate that the
invariant a-amino and a-carboxyl groups of glutamate
receptor agonists are engaged in polar interactions with
oppositely charged, conserved arginine and glutamate resi-dues in the ligand-binding domain ofa-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid receptor.To examine
the role of these residues (R507 and E727 in the GluR-D
subunit) in the discrimination between agonists and anta-gonists, we analyzed the ligand-binding properties of
homomeric GluR-D and its soluble ligand-binding domain
withmutations at thesepositions....
This work is concerned with the development of instruments for GB parsing. An alternative to the well known indexation system of (Chomsky, 1981) will be proposed and then used to formalize the view of Binding Theory in terms of the generation of constraints on the referential properties of the NPs of a sentence. Finally the problems of verification and satisfiability of BT will be addressed within the proposed framework.
Replicative helicases are major motor proteins essential for chromosomal DNA replication in prokaryotes. Usually hexameric in solution, their DNA binding property must have different roles at stages ranging from the load-ing onto a branched structure at initiation from the origin to the highly pro-cessive translocation during elongation.
CopA, a P-type ATPase transporter involved in copper detoxification in Bacillus subtilis, contains two soluble Atx1-like domains separated by a short linker at its N-terminus, an arrangement that occurs widely in copper
transporters from both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Both domains were
previously found to bind Cu(I) with very high affinity.
The mannose 6-phosphate⁄insulin-like growth factor II receptor has diverse
ligand-binding properties contributing to its roles in lysosome biogenesis
and growth suppression. Optimal receptor binding and internalization of
mannose 6-phosphate (Man-6-P)-bearing ligands requires a dimeric struc-ture leading to bivalent high-affinity binding, presumably mediated by
cooperation between sites on both subunits.
Human serum albumin (HSA) is known for its exceptional ligand-binding
capacity; indeed, its modular domain organization provides a variety of
ligand-binding sites. Its flexible modular structure involves more than the
immediate vicinity of the binding site(s), affecting the ligand-binding prop-erties of the whole protein.
Calnuc is a novel, highly modular, EF-hand containing, Ca
Golgi resident protein whose functions are not clear. Using amino acid
sequences, we demonstrate that Calnuc is a highly conserved protein
among various organisms, from Ciona intestinalisto humans. Maximum
homology among all sequences is found in the region that binds to G-pro-teins.
Crystallins are the major proteins of a mammalian eye lens. The topologic-ally similar eye lens proteins,b- and c-crystallins, are the prototype and
founding members of the bc-crystallin superfamily. bc-Crystallins have
until recently been regarded as structural proteins. However, the calcium-binding properties of a few members and the potential role ofbc-crystallins
in fertility are being investigated.