SMART: Secondary literature for RICIN domainSMART: Secondary literature for RICIN domain

Pokeweed antiviral proteins enzymatically inactivate the 60 S subunit of eucaryotic ribosomes in cell-free preparations. Three ... The study of the lectin binding sites of ricin B chain and of other homologous members of the small gene family that make up ... Ricin A chain was modified by the addition of the heptapeptide LRRASLG (Kemptide) and a histidine tag for bacterial expression ... Protein synthesis by wheat germ ribosomes was not inhibited under the conditions which inhibit reticulocyte ribosomes ...
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TIGR01029TIGR01029

GenProp0175: ribosome, bacterial, small subunit (HMM). GenProp0799: bacterial core gene set, exactly 1 per genome (HMM). ... GO:0000314: organellar small ribosomal subunit cellular_component. GO:0003735: structural constituent of ribosome molecular_ ... This model describes the bacterial and organellar branch of the ribosomal protein S7 family (includes prokaroytic S7 and ...
more infohttp://www.jcvi.org/cgi-bin/tigrfams/HmmReportPage.cgi?acc=TIGR01029

Database of articles cited by EMDB/PDB/SASBDB data - Yorodumi PapersDatabase of articles cited by EMDB/PDB/SASBDB data - Yorodumi Papers

Ribosome Subunits, Small, Bacterial / RsgA protein, E coli / RIBOSOME/Hydrolase / Ribosome assembly / 30S subunit / YjeQ ... The cryo-EM structure of YjeQ bound to the 30S subunit suggests a fidelity checkpoint function for this protein in ribosome ... The cryo-EM structure of YjeQ bound to the 30S subunit suggests a fidelity checkpoint function for this protein in ribosome ... The cryo-EM structure of YjeQ bound to the 30S subunit suggests a fidelity checkpoint function for this protein in ribosome ...
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Visualization of protein S1 within the 30S ribosomal subunit and its interaction with messenger RNA | PNASVisualization of protein S1 within the 30S ribosomal subunit and its interaction with messenger RNA | PNAS

... present in the small subunit of the bacterial ribosome. It has a pivotal role in stabilizing the mRNA on the ribosome. Thus far ... Protein S1 is the largest ribosomal protein, 68 kDa (1), present in the small subunit of the Escherichia coli 70S ribosome. It ... allowing a direct connection between the cleft of the 30S subunit and the 50S subunit. The small hole (Fig. 2c), in contrast, ... Isolation and Identification of S1 Volume from 30S Subunit.. The 11.5-√Ö cryo-EM map (29) of the E. coli 70S ribosome was used ...
more infohttps://www.pnas.org/content/98/21/11991?ijkey=deb3e808ddb115dc27115678a39b7f3d2d13a10c&keytype2=tf_ipsecsha

Accuracy of TransferRNA Selection in Protein synthesisAccuracy of TransferRNA Selection in Protein synthesis

The 70S bacterial ribosome comprises twosubunits, 30S and 50S. The 30S small subunit of the bacterial ribosome contains a ... RNA, ribosome, Protein Nationell ämneskategori Biokemi och molekylärbiologi Identifikatorer. URN: urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-162811OAI ... The ribosome is a rapid magnificent molecular machine that plays an important role in proteinsynthesis and it consists of RNA ... The function of this S12 protein is to help arrange the mRNAcorrectly to the ribosome and to interact with transfer RNA (tRNA) ...
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TIGR01049TIGR01049

GenProp0175: ribosome, bacterial, small subunit (HMM). GenProp0799: bacterial core gene set, exactly 1 per genome (HMM). ... GO:0000314: organellar small ribosomal subunit cellular_component. GO:0003735: structural constituent of ribosome molecular_ ... This HMM describes bacterial 30S ribosomal protein S10. In species that have a transcription antitermination complex, or N ...
more infohttp://tigrfams.jcvi.org/cgi-bin/HmmReportPage.cgi?acc=TIGR01049

GenProp0259GenProp0259

ribosome, bacterial, large subunit. GenProp0175. ribosome, bacterial, small subunit. GenProp0188. GatABC aspartyl/glutamyl-tRNA ...
more infohttp://genome-properties.jcvi.org/cgi-bin/GenomePropDefinition.cgi?prop_acc=GenProp0259

GenProp0312GenProp0312

ribosome, bacterial, large subunit. GenProp0175. ribosome, bacterial, small subunit. GenProp0188. GatABC aspartyl/glutamyl-tRNA ...
more infohttp://genome-properties.jcvi.org/cgi-bin/GenomePropDefinition.cgi?prop_acc=GenProp0312

Effects of Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) Essential Oil and the Major Monoterpene Component Terpinen-4-ol on the Development...Effects of Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) Essential Oil and the Major Monoterpene Component Terpinen-4-ol on the Development...

... action primarily by interfering with protein synthesis by binding to rRNA in the small subunit of the bacterial ribosome. ... or decreasing the survival of a small proportion of resistant mutants (no change in mutation rate). There is little evidence to ... Little evidence was found to support the concern that the increased use of tea tree oil in both domestic and health care ... The bacterial multiple antibiotic resistant (Mar) phenotype leads to increased tolerance to tea tree oil. Pathology 33: 211-215 ...
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Prokaryotic Cell Structure: A Visual Guide | OwlcationProkaryotic Cell Structure: A Visual Guide | Owlcation

They bind to the smaller bacterial ribosome subunit, thus preventing protein synthesis. These do not work well against ... and the ribosomes are no exception. At its most simple, the ribosomes of bacteria are smaller, made of different subunits than ... Prevent proper production of bacterial cell walls. *Tetracyclins: interfere with bacterial ribosomes, preventing protein ... The second method of transmission is through bacterial conjugation (bacterial sex) where a modified pilus will be used for ...
more infohttps://owlcation.com/stem/What-Are-Cells-Made-Of-Prokaryotic-Cell-Structure-Part-3-of-3

Assessment of Molecular Markers for Classification of Bacterial Phyla using Topological Dissimilarity of Phylogenetic TreesAssessment of Molecular Markers for Classification of Bacterial Phyla using Topological Dissimilarity of Phylogenetic Trees

... genes are important molecular markers for placement of a new bacterial species into phyla. However, accuracy and c.. ... and it is one of two protein components responsible for assembly initiation of the bacterial small subunit ribosome [22]. S7 is ... However, only a small fraction of the bacterial genomes in the NCBI contained all of these COGs and full-length rRNA genes ... L14 is located at the interface of the small and large subunits, together with L2 [27]. Binding of translation silencing factor ...
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ASMscience | Revenge of the MicrobesASMscience | Revenge of the Microbes

Tetracycline, like streptomycin, binds to the small subunit of the bacterial ribosome. The tetracycline family, which includes ... This chapter takes a look at antibiotics that have targets other than the bacterial cell wall and bacterial ribosomes. ... bacterial targets such as the enzymes that assemble the bacterial cell wall or components of ribosomes that make bacterial ... A second bacterial strategy is to take advantage of the fact that any compound that binds to a bacterial target, with a view to ...
more infohttp://www.asmscience.org/content/book/10.1128/9781555817602

Comparative genomic analysis of novel Acinetobacter symbionts: A combined systems biology and genomics approachComparative genomic analysis of novel Acinetobacter symbionts: A combined systems biology and genomics approach

The genes rpsB, rpsI, rpsL, rpsE and rpsC encode the bacterial ribosome protein 30S subunit (small ribosomal subunit of ... 6A) with one large ribosomal rplM, which is largest of all subunits (L13) along with the three smaller ribosomal subunits rpsI ... 6B) with large subunit, rplM (L13) along with the smaller subunits rpsI, rpsE and rpsC. Their close interaction indicates the ... of large and small subunits of ribosomal assembly along with trmD. The insect gut isolate, strain HA comprised of two smaller ...
more infohttp://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/pmcc/articles/PMC4932630/

essays for final - Microbiology@Morningsideessays for final - [email protected]

1. Tetracycline targets ribosomes bacteria. First it binds to the small subunit of the bacterial ribosome. Next it distorts ... A protein located in the cytoplasmic membrane of the bacteria actively pumps tetracycline out of the bacterial cell through an ... Through this mechanism, the cytoplasmic membrane contains a protein that protects the ribosome by changing it to no longer bind ... The second type of resistance is called ribosome protection-type tetracycline resistance. ...
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Card reviewCard review

Some antibiotics such as azithromycin act to inhibit the small subunit of bacterial ribosomes. If a person is receiving ... A small weight is suspended from the free end of the Achilles tendon. The entire preparation is rinsed in one of the five ... B. The abundance of one of the bacterial species increased in response to change in diet. C. The change in the diversity of ... B) The kidneys of reptiles and birds are highly efficient because little water is needed to excrete uric acid. (C) Birds ...
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Bacterial ribosome, molecular model - Stock Image C014/6596 - Science Photo LibraryBacterial ribosome, molecular model - Stock Image C014/6596 - Science Photo Library

Molecular model of a 30S (small) ribosomal sub-unit from the bacteria Thermus thermophilus. Ribosomes are composed of protein ... Bacterial ribosome. Molecular model of a 30S (small) ribosomal sub-unit from the bacteria Thermus thermophilus. Ribosomes are ... ribosome, rna, rnp, small sub-unit, structure, sub-unit, thermus thermophilus, translation ... Keywords: 30s, artwork, bacterial, biochemical, biochemistry, biological, biology, black background, compound, compounds, ...
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Regulation of the mammalian elongation cycle by subunit rolling: a eukaryotic-specific ribosome rearrangement.  - PubMed - NCBIRegulation of the mammalian elongation cycle by subunit rolling: a eukaryotic-specific ribosome rearrangement. - PubMed - NCBI

Surprisingly, and in contrast to bacterial ribosomes, a rotation of the small subunit around its long axis and orthogonal to ... The extent to which bacterial ribosomes and the significantly larger eukaryotic ribosomes share the same mechanisms of ... Movements of the small ribosomal subunit shared with the prokaryotic system are noted in black, while eukaryotic specific ... Regulation of the mammalian elongation cycle by subunit rolling: a eukaryotic-specific ribosome rearrangement.. Budkevich TV1, ...
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Bacterial ribosome - Stock Image A617/0208 - Science Photo LibraryBacterial ribosome - Stock Image A617/0208 - Science Photo Library

Computer model showing the secondary structure of a 30S (small) ribosomal sub-unit from the bacteria Thermus thermophilus. ... Ribosomes are composed of protein and RNA (ribonucleic acid). They are the site of translation, the process of protein ... Caption: Bacterial ribosome. Computer model showing the secondary structure of a 30S (small) ribosomal sub-unit from the ... ribosome, rna, rnp, secondary structure, sheets, single, small sub-unit, sub-unit, thermus thermophilus, translation ...
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Streptomycin - WikipediaStreptomycin - Wikipedia

It binds to the small 16S rRNA of the 30S subunit of the bacterial ribosome, interfering with the binding of formyl-methionyl- ... It works by blocking the ability of 30S ribosomal subunits to make proteins which results in bacterial death. Streptomycin was ... Speculation on this mechanism indicates that the binding of the molecule to the 30S subunit interferes with 50S subunit ... Humans have ribosomes which are structurally different from those in bacteria, so the drug does not have this effect in human ...
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lecture 1.6 Flashcards by Hannah Stewart | Brainscapelecture 1.6 Flashcards by Hannah Stewart | Brainscape

bacterial/archaeal ribosome = 70S 16S small subunit, 23S and 5S in large subunit and 5.8S more similar to eukarya than bacteria ... pili formed have a central lumen similar to bacterial flagella, but not bacterial pili ... Bacterial have fatty acids and ester linkages. Achaeal contain hydrocarbons derived from isoprene and ether linkages ... Small, acid-soluble, DNA-binding proteins (SASPs). Dehydrated core. Spore coat and exosporium protect ...
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High-Res Bacterial Ribosome Images Captured | MedgadgetHigh-Res Bacterial Ribosome Images Captured | Medgadget

... the small subunit ratchets with respect to the large subunit. Then the head of the small subunit swivels in preparation for ... The "small" subunit of the ribosome first recognizes and latches onto the messenger RNA (mRNA), which contains a copy of part ... Some of the magnesium ions form a salty liquid at the interface between the large and small subunits of the ribosome, perhaps ... They have changed so little through evolution that a bacterial ribosome can often translate human genes into protein. Some ...
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Mitochondrial Translation in Health and DiseaseMitochondrial Translation in Health and Disease

MRPS22 has no bacterial homolog, but likewise MRPS16 it is located in the ribosome small subunit and affects 12S rRNA stability ... 3.2.1. Ribosome Biogenesis and Proteins. Altogether the mitochondrial ribosome subunits are constituted with 80 proteins [46,47 ... The small 28S subunit is constituted of 12S rRNA and 30 proteins while the large 39S subunit constitutes of 16S rRNA and 48 ... even with a 55S sedimentation coefficient they are bigger than 70S bacterial ribosomes. The small and large subribosomal ...
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Fluorination Ready Pharma-Developed Compounds - Bioactive Small Molecules | Sigma-AldrichFluorination Ready Pharma-Developed Compounds - Bioactive Small Molecules | Sigma-Aldrich

A select offering of Pharma-Developed bioactive small molecules, both approved therapeutics/drug candidates and tool compounds ... It binds to the 50S subunit of the 70S bacterial ribosomes and inhibits RNA-dependent protein synthesis in bacterial cells. ... USA Home > Product Directory > Cell Biology > Bioactive Small Molecules > Fluorination Ready Pharma-Developed Compounds ... binding to the 30S ribosomal subunit of bacteria and thereby blocking entry of Aminoacyl-tRNA into the A site of the ribosome ...
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Major Classes of AntibioticsMajor Classes of Antibiotics

Antibiotics are divided into classes depending on their mode of action and what type of bacterial infections they treat. The ... All of these antibiotics bind to the smaller subunit of the bacterial ribosome, preventing the bacterium making new proteins. ... The tetracyclins also act on the bacterial ribosome to prevent the bacterial cell making vital proteins. As well as the drug ... Quinolone antibiotics interfere with the bacterial enzymes bacterial DNA gyrase or the bacterial topoisomerase enzyme that help ...
more infohttp://www.typesofbacteria.co.uk/major-classes-antibiotics.html

The rice white green leaf 2 gene causes defects in chloroplast development and affects the plastid ribosomal protein S9 |...The rice white green leaf 2 gene causes defects in chloroplast development and affects the plastid ribosomal protein S9 |...

... ribosomal subunit; these have bacterial orthologs (Subramanian 1985). The small subunit consists of the 16S rRNA and 24 PRPs, ... Plastid proteins are translated by the 70S ribosome, which consists of one small (30S) and one large (50S) ... Due to the lack of the plastid small subunit protein 17 (PRPS17), the maize high chlorophyll fluorescent 60 (hcf60) mutant has ... WLP1 encodes the plastid ribosomal protein L13 and TCD11 encodes the small ribosomal subunit protein S6 (RPS6). The rice white ...
more infohttps://rd.springer.com/article/10.1186%2Fs12284-018-0233-2