DNAK

AcronymDefinition
DNAKDen Norske Atlanterhavskomité (Norway)
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The crystal structure of the Dnak peptide binding domain has confirmed that hydrophobic polypeptide of at least seven residues are optimal binding partners.
GrpE has been found to undergo a reversible thermal transition within the physiologically relevant temperature range while in DnaK and DnaJ no conformational transitions have been observed in this temperature range.
Under permissive conditions, [sigma] 32 is present in a complex with the HSP70 protein DnaK and its cofactor DnaJ.
Identification and characterization of a new Escherichia coli gene that is a dosage-dependent suppressor of a dnaK deletion mutation.
Heat-shock regulation of sigmaS turnover: a role for DnaK and relationship between stress responses mediated by sigmaS and sigma32 in Escherichia coli.
Eight induced proteins were identified as DnaK protein, fabG4 protein, DNA-binding protein, hypothetical protein, two 14 kDa antigen and two 10 kDa chaperonin.
Spot 6 with accession number Rv0350 was identified as chaperone protein DnaK (hsp70) and is involved in induction by stress conditions.
85 dnaK (Heat shock protein 70) 7 Probable fabG4 98 46916 6.
PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 29, 1997--A class action has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Central District of California by plaintiffs Rodney Janowski and Tracey Remark on behalf of purchasers of The Diana Corporation (NASD: DNAK, formerly NYSE: DNA) ("Diana") common stock during the period Dec.
8%100% pairwise nt sequence identity to reference strain Malish 7 (AE006914) atpA, dnaK, ompA, ompB, gltA, and 17-kDa protein, respectively.
slovaca atpA (AY124734), dnaK (DQ821824), ompA (HM149286), ompB (HQ232242), gltA (AY129301), and R.
We identified rickettsial sequences by using PCR primers that amplify fragments of 16S rRNA, ompB, atpA, dnaA, dnaK, and recA genes (Table).