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Bacteriophages inhibit degradation of abnormal proteins in E. coli

Nature

Oct 5, 1978

L D SimonA C St John

PMID: 357993

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Abstract

On infection of Escherichia coli cells by bacteriophages T4, T5 or T7, the degradation of E. coli protein fragments and abnormal proteins is inhibited. Normal E. coli proteins, however, continue to be degraded at their usual rates. T4 early proteins (s) is needed to inhibit the turnover...read more

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Bacterial Proteins
Alkalescens-Dispar Group
Abnormal protein
Canavanine
Viral Proteins
Bacteriophages
Polypeptides
Biochemical Turnover
Fragments
Catabolism
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Bacteriophages inhibit degradation of abnormal proteins in E. coli

Nature

Oct 5, 1978

L D SimonA C St John

PMID: 357993

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Abstract

On infection of Escherichia coli cells by bacteriophages T4, T5 or T7, the degradation of E. coli protein fragments and abnormal proteins is inhibited. Normal E. coli proteins, however, continue to be degraded at their usual rates. T4 early proteins (s) is needed to inhibit the turnover...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Bacterial Proteins
Alkalescens-Dispar Group
Abnormal protein
Canavanine
Viral Proteins
Bacteriophages
Polypeptides
Biochemical Turnover
Fragments
Catabolism

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  • References11
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