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... No abstract available Synopsis  Protein 
Obtaining Crystals
Obtaining Crystals
Ranatunga, Wasantha K.; Su, Dan; Romero, Michael F.
structure determination is one of the ...
... responsible for phosphorylation processes.  Protein 
Phosphatases
Phosphatases
Khalife, Jamal; Fréville, Aline; Vandomme, Audrey; Pierrot, Christine
phosphorylation is the most common and the ...
... be aldolase but now probably another unknown  protein 
Merozoite Proteins and Their Putative Roles
Merozoite Proteins and Their Putative Roles
Gilson, Paul R.; Taechalertpaisarn, Tana
. ...
... including glycosylation, sulfation, and  protein 
Golgi Apparatus
Golgi Apparatus
Sato, Keisuke; Lowe, Martin
cleavage. ...
... No abstract available Synonyms  Protein 
Translation and Its Control
Translation and Its Control
Mair, Gunnar R.
translation ; Stress granules ; Translational ...
... abstract available Definition The viral Rev  protein 
HIV-1 Rev Expression and Functions
HIV-1 Rev Expression and Functions
Grewe, Bastian; Überla, Klaus
is essential for HIV replication, since it ...
... that they are producing. These changes in  protein 
Regulation of Cytoplasmic mRNA
Regulation of Cytoplasmic mRNA
Hilliker, Angela K.
production allow cells to change their ...
... to obtain three-dimensional structures of  protein 
X-Ray Crystallography of Sugar Related Proteins
X-Ray Crystallography of Sugar Related Proteins
Makyio, Hisayoshi; Kato, Ryuichi
-saccharide complexes. ...
... to unwind RNA duplexes and to remodel RNA  protein 
Helicases
Helicases
Tuteja, Renu
complexes. ...
... motifs may be combined to form stably folding  protein 
Tertiary Structure Domains, Folds, and Motifs
Tertiary Structure Domains, Folds, and Motifs
Novak, Walter R. P.
domains. ...
... ; Phosphorylation ; Phosphosite Definition  Protein 
Protein Kinases and Phosphoproteome
Protein Kinases and Phosphoproteome
Tobin, Andrew B.; Doerig, Christian
phosphorylation mediated by ...
... mitochondrial matrix (Fig. 1). Mitochondrial  protein 
Mitochondrial Protein Import in Malaria Parasites
Mitochondrial Protein Import in Malaria Parasites
Deponte, Marcel
import therefore requires a kind of cellular ...
... in the regulation of gene expression or  protein 
Prokaryotic Gene Regulation by Small RNAs
Prokaryotic Gene Regulation by Small RNAs
Murphy, Erin; Broach, William; Kouse, Andrew B.
activity…regardless of its mechanism of ...
... as well as mitochondrial, each specifying  protein 
Mitochondrial Genomes
Mitochondrial Genomes
Gray, Michael W.
components (and sometimes RNAs) required for ...
... proteins. (A) Transmembrane  protein 
Glycosylphosphatidylinositols in Malaria: GPI Biosynthesis and GPI-Derived Proteins
Glycosylphosphatidylinositols in Malaria: GPI Biosynthesis and GPI-Derived Proteins
Kurucz, Reka; Seeberger, Peter H.; Varón Silva, Daniel
: using hydrophobic amino acid domains, the ...
... onto affinity supports and a high nonspecific  protein 
Affinity Chromatographic Materials
Affinity Chromatographic Materials
Gupta, Vipul; Thamamongood, Thiprampai; Sakamoto, Satoshi; Handa, Hiroshi; Yamaguchi, Yuki
binding, affinity chromatography was not ...
... LEDGF/p75 is a chromatin-associated cellular  protein 
Role of LEDGF/p75 in Cell Biology and Disease Pathogenesis
Role of LEDGF/p75 in Cell Biology and Disease Pathogenesis
Schrijvers, Rik; Debyser, Zeger
with roles in embryonic development, ...
... No abstract available Synonyms  Protein 
Translation Initiation and Termination in the Human Malaria Parasite Plasmodium falciparum
Translation Initiation and Termination in the Human Malaria Parasite Plasmodium falciparum
Patankar, Swati; Narayan, Aishwarya; Chaudhari, Rahul; Chakrabarti, Rimi
synthesis ; Start ; Stop Definition The cell ...
... available Synonyms Host cell modifications ;  Protein 
Protein Export
Protein Export
Spielmann, Tobias; Marti, Matthias; Gilberger, Tim Wolf
transport ; Virulence factors Definition Due ...
... function. Patients with AKI often develop  protein 
Critically Ill Patient on Renal Replacement Therapy: Nutritional Support by Enteral and Parenteral Routes
Critically Ill Patient on Renal Replacement Therapy: Nutritional Support by Enteral and Parenteral Routes
Sabatino, Alice; Fiaccadori, Enrico
-energy wasting (PEW), which by itself ...
... to regulate gene expression and expand their  protein 
mRNA Splicing and Alternative Splicing
mRNA Splicing and Alternative Splicing
Mehrotra, Sonali; Chugh, Monika; Singh, Prashant Kumar; Gupta, Dinesh; Malhotra, Pawan
repertoire. ...
... mobility. (a) In transposition, a transposase  protein 
Mobile DNA: Mechanisms, Utility, and Consequences
Mobile DNA: Mechanisms, Utility, and Consequences
Parks, Adam R.; Peters, Joseph E.
(tan circles) binds to the ends of the ...
... encoded transactivator of transcription (Tat)  protein 
Tat Expression and Function
Tat Expression and Function
Conrad, Ryan J.; Jeng, Mark Y.; Ott, Melanie
. ...
... covalently linked to an immunogenic carrier  protein 
Major Advances in the Development of Synthetic Oligosaccharide -Based Vaccines
Major Advances in the Development of Synthetic Oligosaccharide -Based Vaccines
Cancogni, Damiano; Fusari, Matteo; Poggi, Niccolò; Lay, Luigi
have gained a prominent role. ...
... No abstract available Synopsis Understanding  protein 
Protein Domain Structure Evolution
Protein Domain Structure Evolution
Vandergon, Thomas L.
structure and function requires understanding ...