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The lysine residues implicated in the gene 5 protein association sites

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Abstract

Gene 5 protein, a DNA unwinding protein encoded by the bacteriophage fd, is self-associative in presence of DNA or oligonucleotides. The lysine residues implicated in the protein-protein binding domains have been identified after modification with acetimidate by means of peptide and amino acid analyses. These residues are Lys-7 and Lys-69.

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Bayne, S., Rasched, I. The lysine residues implicated in the gene 5 protein association sites. Biosci Rep 3, 469–474 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01121958

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Keywords

  • Peptide
  • Lysine
  • Binding Domain
  • Lysine Residue
  • Amino Acid Analysis