Catalogo Articoli (Spogli Riviste)

HELP
ATTENZIONE: attualmente gli articoli Current Contents (fonte ISI) a partire dall'anno 2002 sono consultabili sulla Risorsa On-Line

Le informazioni sugli articoli di fonte ISI sono coperte da copyright

La ricerca find articoli where soggetti phrase all words 'TN3' sort by level,fasc_key/DESCEND, pagina_ini_num/ASCEND ha restituito 79 riferimenti
Selezionare un intervallo

Per ulteriori informazioni selezionare i riferimenti di interesse.

    1. Sarkis, GJ; Murley, LL; Leschziner, AE; Boocock, MR; Stark, WM; Grindley, NDF
      A model for the gamma delta resolvase synaptic complex

      MOLECULAR CELL
    2. Kholodii, G
      The shuffling function of resolvases

      GENE
    3. Pan, B; Maciejewski, MW; Marintchev, A; Mullen, GP
      Solution structure of the catalytic domain of gamma delta resolvase. Implications for the mechanism of catalysis

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Jiang, H; Harshey, RM
      The Mu enhancer is functionally asymmetric both in cis and in trans - Topological selectivity of Mu transposition is enhancer-independent

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. Nanassy, OZ; Hughes, KT
      Hin recombinase mutants functionally disrupted in interactions with Fis

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    6. Schwikardi, M; Droge, P
      Use of site-specific recombination as a probe of nucleoprotein complex formation in chromatin

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Thorpe, HM; Wilson, SE; Smith, MCM
      Control of directionality in the site-specific recombination system of theStreptomyces phage phi C31

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Avison, MB; von Heldreich, CJ; Higgins, CS; Bennett, PM; Walsh, TR
      A TEM-2 beta-lactamase encoded on an active Tn1-like transposon in the genome of a clinical isolate of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia

      Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
    9. Grainge, I; Buck, D; Jayaram, M
      Geometry of site alignment during int family recombination: Antiparallel synapsis by the Flp recombinase

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Shlyakhtenko, LS; Hsieh, P; Grigoriev, M; Potaman, VN; Sinden, RR; Lyubchenko, YL
      A cruciform structural transition provides a molecular switch for chromosome structure and dynamics

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    11. Arnold, PH; Blake, DG; Grindley, NDF; Boocock, MR; Stark, WM
      Mutants of Tn3 resolvase which do not require accessory binding sites for recombination activity

      EMBO JOURNAL
    12. Morita, M; Umemoto, A; Watanabe, H; Nakazono, N; Sugino, Y
      Generation of new transposons in vivo: an evolutionary role for the "staggered" head-to-head dimer and one-ended transposition

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    13. Crisona, NJ; Weinberg, RL; Peter, BJ; Sumners, DW; Cozzarelli, NR
      The topological mechanism of phage lambda integrase

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    14. Bath, J; Sherratt, DJ; Colloms, SD
      Topology of Xer recombination on catenanes produced by lambda integrase

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    15. Huffman, KE; Levene, SD
      DNA-sequence asymmetry directs the alignment of recombination sites in theFLP synaptic complex

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    16. KREBS JE; DUNAWAY M
      THE SCS AND SCS' INSULATOR ELEMENTS IMPART A CIS REQUIREMENT ON ENHANCER-PROMOTER INTERACTIONS

      MOLECULAR CELL
    17. JUNG JS; LEE HY; CHUNG JH
      INCREASED EXPRESSION OF THE GENTAMICIN RESISTANCE GENE BY A TN3 SEQUENCE LOCATED AT THE UPSTREAM REGION

      Molecules and cells
    18. STACZEK P; HIGGINS NP
      GYRASE AND TOPO-IV MODULATE CHROMOSOME DOMAIN SIZE IN-VIVO

      Molecular microbiology
    19. HODGMAN TC; GRIFFITHS H; SUMMERS DK
      NUCLEOPROTEIN ARCHITECTURE AND COLE1 DIMER RESOLUTION - A HYPOTHESIS

      Molecular microbiology
    20. HOFFMANN B; STRAUCH E; GEWINNER C; NATTERMANN H; APPEL B
      CHARACTERIZATION OF PLASMID REGIONS OF FOODBORNE YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA BIOGROUP 1A STRAINS HYBRIDIZING TO THE YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA VIRULENCE PLASMID

      Systematic and applied microbiology
    21. NEUVEGLISE C; NICAUD JM; ROSSMACDONALD P; GAILLARDIN C
      A SHUTTLE MUTAGENESIS SYSTEM FOR TAGGING GENES IN THE YEAST YARROWIA-LIPOLYTICA

      Gene
    22. YEO CC; THAM JM; KWONG SM; YIIN S; POH CL
      TN5563, A TRANSPOSON ENCODING PUTATIVE MERCURIC ION-TRANSPORT PROTEINS LOCATED ON PLASMID PRA2 OF PSEUDOMONAS-ALCALIGENES

      FEMS microbiology letters
    23. KULIC IM
      EVALUATING POLYNOMIALS ON THE MOLECULAR-LEVEL - A NOVEL-APPROACH TO MOLECULAR COMPUTERS

      Biosystems
    24. MURLEY LL; GRINDLEY NDF
      ARCHITECTURE OF THE GAMMA-DELTA RESOLVASE SYNAPTOSOME - ORIENTED HETERODIMERS IDENTIFY INTERACTIONS ESSENTIAL FOR SYNAPSIS AND RECOMBINATION

      Cell (Cambridge)
    25. THORPE HM; SMITH MCM
      IN-VITRO SITE-SPECIFIC INTEGRATION OF BACTERIOPHAGE DNA CATALYZED BY A RECOMBINASE OF THE RESOLVASE INVERTASE FAMILY/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    26. CANOSA I; LURZ R; ROJO F; ALONSO JC
      BETA-RECOMBINASE CATALYZES INVERSION AND RESOLUTION BETWEEN 2 INVERSELY ORIENTED 6 SITES ON A SUPERCOILED DNA SUBSTRATE AND ONLY INVERSION ON RELAXED OR LINEAR SUBSTRATES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    27. KHOLODII GY; YURIEVA OV; GORLENKO ZM; MINDLIN SZ; BASS IA; LOMOVSKAYA OL; KOPTEVA AV; NIKIFOROV VG
      TN5041 - A CHIMERIC MERCURY RESISTANCE TRANSPOSON CLOSELY-RELATED TO THE TOLUENE DEGRADATIVE TRANSPOSON TN4651

      Microbiology
    28. ZECHIEDRICH EL; KHODURSKY AB; COZZARELLI NR
      TOPOISOMERASE-IV, NOT GYRASE, DECATENATES PRODUCTS OF SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINATION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Genes & development
    29. EICHENBAUM Z; SCOTT JR
      USE OF TN917 TO GENERATE INSERTION MUTATIONS IN THE GROUP-A STREPTOCOCCUS

      Gene
    30. COLLOMS SD; BATH J; SHERRATT DJ
      TOPOLOGICAL SELECTIVITY IN XER SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINATION

      Cell
    31. ELICK TA; LOBO N; FRASER MJ
      ANALYSIS OF THE CIS-ACTING DNA ELEMENTS REQUIRED FOR PIGGYBAC TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENT EXCISION

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    32. WANG ZY; DROGE P
      LONG-RANGE EFFECTS IN A SUPERCOILED DNA DOMAIN GENERATED BY TRANSCRIPTION IN-VITRO

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    33. ORAM M; MARKO JF; HALFORD SE
      COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN DISTANT SITES ON SUPERCOILED DNA FROM NONEXPONENTIAL KINETICS FOR DNA SYNAPSIS BY RESOLVASE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    34. SESSIONS RB; ORAM M; SZCZELKUN MD; HALFORD SE
      RANDOM-WALK MODELS FOR DNA SYNAPSIS BY RESOLVASE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    35. MCILWRAITH MJ; BOOCOCK MR; STARK WM
      TN3 RESOLVASE CATALYZES MULTIPLE RECOMBINATION EVENTS WITHOUT INTERMEDIATE REJOINING OF DNA ENDS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    36. LIM HM; LEE HJ; JAXEL C; NADAL M
      HIN-MEDIATED INVERSION ON POSITIVELY SUPERCOILED DNA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    37. YURIEVA O; NIKIFOROV V
      CATALYTIC CENTER QUEST - COMPARISON OF TRANSPOSASES BELONGING TO THE TN3 FAMILY REVEALS AN INVARIANT TRIAD OF ACIDIC AMINO-ACID-RESIDUES

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    38. PATO ML; BANERJEE M
      THE MU-STRONG GYRASE-BINDING SITE PROMOTES EFFICIENT SYNAPSIS OF THE PROPHAGE TERMINI

      Molecular microbiology
    39. JANNIERE L; MCGOVERN S; PUJOL C; PETIT MA; EHRLICH SD
      IN-VIVO ANALYSIS OF THE PLASMID PAM-BETA-1 RESOLUTION SYSTEM

      Nucleic acids research
    40. SZCZELKUN MD; HALFORD SE
      RECOMBINATION BY RESOLVASE TO ANALYZE DNA COMMUNICATIONS BY THE SFII RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE

      EMBO journal
    41. WANG ZY; DROGE P
      DIFFERENTIAL CONTROL OF TRANSCRIPTION-INDUCED AND OVERALL DNA SUPERCOILING BY EUKARYOTIC TOPOISOMERASES IN-VITRO

      EMBO journal
    42. SZCZELKUN MD; DILLINGHAM MS; JANSCAK P; FIRMAN K; HALFORD SE
      REPERCUSSIONS OF DNA TRACKING BY THE TYPE IC RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASEECOR124I ON LINEAR, CIRCULAR AND CATENATED SUBSTRATES

      EMBO journal
    43. WATSON MA; BOOCOCK MR; STARK WM
      RATE AND SELECTIVITY OF SYNAPSIS OF RES RECOMBINATION SITES BY TN3 RESOLVASE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    44. ULLSPERGER C; COZZARELLI NR
      CONTRASTING ENZYMATIC-ACTIVITIES OF TOPOISOMERASE-IV AND DNA GYRASE FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    45. HIGGINS NP; YANG XL; FU QQ; ROTH JR
      SURVEYING A SUPERCOIL DOMAIN BY USING THE GAMMA-DELTA RESOLUTION SYSTEM IN SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM

      Journal of bacteriology
    46. ZGURBERTOK D; AMBROZIC J; GRABNAR M
      TN5431 AROSE BY TRANSPOSITION OF TN3 INTO TN1721

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    47. GOTTLIEB GS; FENNEWALD MA
      UV PHOTOAFFINITY-LABELING OF TN3 TRANSPOSASE DNA COMPLEXES - IDENTIFICATION OF DNA-BINDING DOMAINS

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    48. VOLOGODSKII A; COZZARELLI NR
      EFFECT OF SUPERCOILING ON THE JUXTAPOSITION AND RELATIVE ORIENTATION OF DNA SITES

      Biophysical journal
    49. CRAIGIE R
      RESOLVING A RESOLVASE

      Nature structural biology
    50. BROOM JE; HILL DF; HUGHES G; JONES WA; MCNAUGHTON JC; STOCKWELL PA; PETERSEN GB
      SEQUENCE OF A TRANSPOSON IDENTIFIED AS TN1000 (GAMMA-DELTA)

      DNA sequence
    51. SHERRATT DJ; ARCISZEWSKA LK; BLAKELY G; COLLOMS S; GRANT K; LESLIE N; MCCULLOCH R
      SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINATION AND CIRCULAR CHROMOSOME SEGREGATION

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    52. PETIT MA; EHRLICH D; JANNIERE L
      PAM-BETA-1 RESOLVASE HAS AN ATYPICAL RECOMBINATION SITE AND REQUIRES A HISTONE-LIKE PROTEIN HU

      Molecular microbiology
    53. CAMERON RK; ULYCZNYJ PI; DUBOW MS
      MU TRANSPOSASE-STIMULATED ILLEGITIMATE RECOMBINATION OF TN3KAN-CONTAINING AND IS101-CONTAINING PLASMIDS

      Research in microbiology
    54. ROJO F; ALONSO JC
      THE BETA-RECOMBINASE OF PLASMID PSM19035 BINDS TO 2 ADJACENT SITES, MAKING DIFFERENT CONTACTS AT EACH OF THEM

      Nucleic acids research
    55. SCHMITT B; REISS C
      KINETIC-STUDY IN-VITRO OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI PROMOTER CLOSURE DURING TRANSCRIPTION INITIATION

      Biochemical journal
    56. LESLIE NR; SHERRATT DJ
      SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINATION IN THE REPLICATION TERMINUS REGION OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI - FUNCTIONAL REPLACEMENT OF DIF

      EMBO journal
    57. BOOCOCK MR; ZHU XW; GRINDLEY NDF
      CATALYTIC RESIDUES OF GAMMA-DELTA RESOLVASE ACT IN CIS

      EMBO journal
    58. YANG W; STEITZ TA
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINASE GAMMA-DELTA RESOLVASE COMPLEXED WITH A 34 BP CLEAVAGE SITE

      Cell
    59. SUMNERS DW; ERNST C; SPENGLER SJ; COZZARELLI NR
      ANALYSIS OF THE MECHANISM OF DNA RECOMBINATION USING TANGLES

      Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics
    60. HAND BJ
      THE USE OF REGULAR ISOTOPY IN THE TOPOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF SITE-SPECIFIC DNA RECOMBINATION PROCESSES

      Journal of theoretical biology
    61. NOBBS TJ; HALFORD SE
      DNA CLEAVAGE AT 2 RECOGNITION SITES BY THE SFII RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE - SALT DEPENDENCE OF CIS AND TRANS INTERACTIONS BETWEEN DISTANT DNA SITES

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    62. MAY EW; GRINDLEY NDF
      A FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE INVERTED REPEAT OF THE GAMMA-DELTA TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENT

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    63. SOULTANAS P; HALFORD SE
      SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINATION AT RES SITES CONTAINING DNA-BINDING SEQUENCES FOR BOTH TN21 RESOLVASE AND CAP

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    64. ALONSO JC; WEISE F; ROJO F
      THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS HISTONE-LIKE PROTEIN HBSU IS REQUIRED FOR DNA RESOLUTION AND DNA INVERSION MEDIATED BY THE BETA-RECOMBINASE OF PLASMID PSM19035

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    65. LEVENE SD; DONAHUE C; BOLES TC; COZZARELLI NR
      ANALYSIS OF THE STRUCTURE OF DIMERIC DNA CATENANES BY ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Biophysical journal
    66. SUGINO Y; MORITA M
      COLD-SENSITIVE PHENOTYPE OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI-CELLS HARBORING A PLASMID CARRYING THE KIL GENE OF PHAGE-LAMBDA BROUGHT UNDER CONTROL OF CI857GENE PROMOTERS

      Gene
    67. RICE PA; STEITZ TA
      MODEL FOR A DNA-MEDIATED SYNAPTIC COMPLEX SUGGESTED BY CRYSTAL PACKING OF GAMMA-DELTA RESOLVASE SUBUNITS

      EMBO journal
    68. RINKEL M; HUBERT JC; ROUX B; LETT MC
      TRANSPOSON TN5403, A MOBILIZATION-HELPER ELEMENT - COMPLETE NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE AND DISTRIBUTION IN AQUATIC STRAINS

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    69. STARK WM; PARKER CN; BOOCOCK MR; HALFORD SE
      STEREOSELECTIVITY OF DNA CATENANE FUSION BY RESOLVASE

      Nature
    70. ULRICH A; PUHLER A
      THE NEW CLASS-II TRANSPOSON TN163 IS PLASMID-BORNE IN 2 UNRELATED RHIZOBIUM-LEGUMINOSARUM BIOVAR VICIAE STRAINS

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    71. STARK WM; BOOCOCK MR
      THE LINKAGE CHANGE OF A KNOTTING REACTION CATALYZED BY TN3 RESOLVASE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    72. ROJO F; ALONSO JC
      A NOVEL SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINASE ENCODED BY THE STREPTOCOCCUS-PYOGENES PLASMID PSM19035

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    73. ELHAI J; CAI YP; WOLK CP
      CONDUCTION OF PEC22, A PLASMID CODING FOR MR-CENTER-DOT-ECOT22I, MEDIATED BY A RESIDENT TN3-LIKE TRANSPOSON, TN5396

      Journal of bacteriology
    74. MAEKAWA T; OHTSUBO E
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE REGION THAT DETERMINES THE SPECIFICITY OF BINDING OF THE TRANSPOSASES ENCODED BY TN3 AND GAMMA-DELTA TO THE TERMINAL INVERTED REPEAT SEQUENCES

      Idengaku Zasshi
    75. MAHAN MJ; SLAUCH JM; HANNA PC; CAMILLI A; TOBIAS JW; WALDOR MK; MEKALANOS JJ
      SELECTION FOR BACTERIAL GENES THAT ARE SPECIFICALLY INDUCED IN HOST TISSUES - THE HUNT FOR VIRULENCE FACTORS

      Infectious agents and disease
    76. SADOWSKI PD
      SITE-SPECIFIC GENETIC-RECOMBINATION - HOPS, FLIPS, AND FLOPS

      The FASEB journal
    77. HALL SC; HALFORD SE
      SPECIFICITY OF DNA RECOGNITION IN THE NUCLEOPROTEIN COMPLEX FOR SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINATION BY TN21 RESOLVASE

      Nucleic acids research
    78. GRINDLEY NDF
      ANALYSIS OF A NUCLEOPROTEIN COMPLEX - THE SYNAPTOSOME OF GAMMA-DELTA RESOLVASE

      Science
    79. ABAD P; CERUTTI M; PAURON D; QUILES C; PALIN B; DEVAUCHELLE G; DALMASSO A
      EXPRESSION AND BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DNA-BINDING ACTIVITY OF TCA, THE PUTATIVE TRANSPOSASE OF CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENT TC1

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications


ASDD Area Sistemi Dipartimentali e Documentali, Università di Bologna, Catalogo delle riviste ed altri periodici
Documento generato il 03/08/20 alle ore 17:32:54