Shape and DNA packaging activity of bacteriophage SPP1 procapsid: protein components and interactions during assembly.
Dröge, A; Santos, M A; Stiege, A C; Alonso, J C; Lurz, R; Trautner, T A; Tavares, P.
J Mol Biol
; 296(1): 117-32, 2000 Feb 11.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-10656821
The bacteriophage Ï29 tail possesses a pore-forming loop for cell membrane penetration.
For Want of a Template.
Deciphering the Molecular Mechanism Underpinning Phage Arbitrium Communication Systems.
The collagen-like protein gp12 is a temperature-dependent reversible binder of SPP1 viral capsids.
Acquisition of Phage Sensitivity by Bacteria through Exchange of Phage Receptors.
Kinetic mechanism at the branchpoint between the DNA synthesis and editing pathways in individual DNA polymerase complexes.
A viral packaging motor varies its DNA rotation and step size to preserve subunit coordination as the capsid fills.
Poly-Î³-(D)-glutamic acid capsule interferes with lytic infection of Bacillus anthracis by B. anthracis-specific bacteriophages.
Continuous allosteric regulation of a viral packaging motor by a sensor that detects the density and conformation of packaged DNA.
Improved artificial origins for phage Φ29 terminal protein-primed replication. Insights into early replication events.