Gene Manipulation and Expression by Robert E. GlassGene Manipulation and Expression by Robert E. Glass

Gene Manipulation and Expression

EditorRobert E. Glass

Paperback | February 29, 2012

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Title:Gene Manipulation and ExpressionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:8.5 × 5.51 × 0.07 inPublished:February 29, 2012Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:940116567X

ISBN - 13:9789401165679

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One: Rearrangement of Prokaryotic Genetic Material and DNA Cloning Vectors.- 1 Genomic Structure and Evolution of Bacillus licheniformis ? and LP52 Phage Family.- 2 Expression of the Synthetic Proenkephalin Gene in E. coli.- 3 Cloning and Expression of Bacillus?-Glucanase Genes.- 4 Regulation of ?-Amylase Synthesis in Bacillus subtilis.- 5 New Variations on an Old Theme: Type I Restriction Enzymes and Their Recognition Sequences.- 6 The EcoDXX1 Restriction and Modification System of Escherichia coli ET7.- 7 Biological Function of Type I Restriction Enzymes.- 8 The Fosfomycin Resistance Transposon Tn2921.- 9 Transposition-like Events Mediated by Single-ended Derivatives of Transposon Tn21.- 10 Cloning and Expression of Determinants Encoding Toxigenicity in Enterobacteria.- 11 Extrachromosomal Replicons in Streptomyces lavendulaegrasserius.- Two: DNA-Dependent RNA Polymerase in Prokaryotes: Structure and Function, Promoter Selection.- 1 Genetic Dissection of E. coli RNA Polymerase.- 2 Non-essential Sequences in the ? Subunit of E. coli RNA Polymerase.- 3 Sequence Analysis of the ? Gene of E. coli RNA Polymerase: Correlation with Structure-Function Studies.- 4 DNA-Dependent RNA Polymerase from Streptomyces granaticolor.- 5 Transcriptional and Translational Signals in Phages PZA and ø29.- 6 Host-Vector System with the PR' Promoter of Phage Lambda.- 7 On the Difficulties of Defining and Measuring Promoter Strength1 The Case of the Promoters of Bacterial rRNA Genes.- Three: The Role of cAMP in Gene Expression.- 1 Cyclic AMP in Bacteria: Catabolite Repression and Related Effects.- 2 DNA Sequences Involved in Expression and Regulation of deoR-, cytR- and cAMP/CRP-Controlled Genes in Escherichia coli.- 3 Differential Cellular Distribution of Cyclic AMP-Dependent Protein Kinase during Development of Dictyostelium discoideum.- 4 Amplification of the Adenylate Cyclase Gene in Escherichia coli K12.- 5 Factors Regulating the Activity of Escherichia coli Adenylate Cyclase.- 6 Regulation of Carbohydrate Metabolism by the Bacterial PEP:Sugar Phosphotransferase System.- 7 ATP-Dependent HPr Kinase Involved in Regulation of Carbohydrate Uptake in Gram-positive Bacteria: Inducer Exclusion and Inducer Expulsion.- 8 Regulation of cAMP Synthesis in Streptomyces granaticolor.- 9 Differences in Regulation of a Bacillus megaterium Metalloproteinase during Growth and Sporulation.- Four: Translational Control of Gene Expression.- 1 Ribosomal Protein Sl: "The Messenger RNA-Catching Arm" of Escherichia coli Ribosome.- 2 Initiation of Translation of Genetic Information in Streptomyces aureofaciens.- 3 Bacilli as Hosts for Protein Production.- 4 Structure and Expression of a Chloramphenicol Resistance Gene, cat-86, Cloned from Bacillus pumilus.- 5 An Approach to Controlled Removal of the 3? End of Ribosomal 16S RNA.- 6 Three Ribosomal tRNA-Binding Sites Involved in the Elongation Process.- 7 Structure, Function and Evolution of the 3? Ends of Small Ribosomal Subunit RNA.- 8 Amino Acid Residues In Elongation Factor Tu from Escherichia coli Near the Binding Site for the 3? Terminus of Aminoacyl-tRNA.- 9 Structural and Functional Alterations of Protein-Synthesis Elongation Factor Tu Purified from Streptomyces aureofaciens in an Aggregated State.- 10 Excessive Translational Accuracy Can Inhibit Growth.- 11 Particulate Protein-Synthesis Factors Associated with Translatable mRNA in Mammalian Cells.