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MICROORGANISMS, ISSN 2076-2607, 03/2019, Volume 7, Issue 3, p. 81
Prokaryotes have an essential gene-gyrase-that catalyzes negative supercoiling of plasmid and chromosomal DNA. Negative supercoils influence DNA replication,... 
the first type is right-handed coils that Watson | the GyrA C-terminal domain (CTD) includes a long DNA binding section that has 6 pinwheel elements plus a short 35-38 amino acid terminus called the tail | the E | HOMEOSTATIC CONTROL | ESCHERICHIA-COLI | TOPOISOMERASE-I | MICROBIOLOGY | gyrase processivity refers to the number of reaction cycles one enzyme carries out in a single DNA binding event | BACTERIOPHAGE-MU | Crick DNA strands adopt by winding around each other every 10 | DNA topology is investigated that involves two types of DNA coiling | GENE-EXPRESSION | BINDING-SITE | MukB | RNA polymerase (RNAP) | coli and Salmonella condensin is a multi-protein complex composed of three proteins | MukE | CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE | the Q10 rule states that reaction rates double for every 10 degrees C increase in temperature | MOSAIC ELEMENTS BIMES | DNA gyrase is an enzyme with two protein subunits | MukF that compacts chromosomal DNA | the second type involves coiling of the double strands around each other in either a left handed (-) or right handed (+) direction | DNA GYRASE | SPECIES-DIFFERENCES | gamma delta (gamma delta) resolvase is a site-specific recombinase from the gamma delta transposon the that utilizes (-) supercoils to delete a DNA sequence that is flanked by 100 bp Res sites | 6 base pairs | GyrA and GyrB that catalyzes (-) supercoiling at the expense of ATP hydrolysis | GyrA and GyrB that catalyzes (−) supercoiling at the expense of ATP hydrolysis | the E. coli and Salmonella condensin is a multi-protein complex composed of three proteins, MukB, MukE, and MukF that compacts chromosomal DNA | the Q10 rule states that reaction rates double for every 10° C increase in temperature | the first type is right-handed coils that Watson/Crick DNA strands adopt by winding around each other every 10.6 base pairs, the second type involves coiling of the double strands around each other in either a left handed (−) or right handed (+) direction | gamma delta (γδ) resolvase is a site-specific recombinase from the γδ transposon the that utilizes (−) supercoils to delete a DNA sequence that is flanked by 100 bp Res sites | the GyrA C-terminal domain (CTD) includes a long DNA binding section that has 6 pinwheel elements plus a short 35–38 amino acid terminus called the tail
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