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Protective Efficacy of CAP18106–138–Immunoglobulin G in Sepsis

DNA3′pp5′G de-capping activity of aprataxin: effect of cap nucleoside analogs and structural basis for guanosine recognition

A Novel Peptide-IgG Conjugate, CAP18106–138-IgG, that Binds and Neutralizes Endotoxin and Kills Gram-Negative Bacteria

A novel mechanism of eukaryotic translation initiation that is neither m7G-cap-, nor IRES-dependent

Cation-dependent folding of 3′ cap-independent translation elements facilitates interaction of a 17-nucleotide conserved sequence with eIF4G

Structural basis for nematode eIF4E binding an m2,2,7G-Cap and its implications for translation initiation

Structural basis for m7G-cap hypermethylation of small nuclear, small nucleolar and telomerase RNA by the dimethyltransferase TGS1

Differential contribution of the m7G-cap to the 5′ end-dependent translation initiation of mammalian mRNAs

The divergent eukaryote Trichomonas vaginalis has an m7G cap methyltransferase capable of a single N2 methylation

A synthetic snRNA m3G-CAP enhances nuclear delivery of exogenous proteins and nucleic acids

Selectin inhibition: synthesis and evaluation of novel sialylated, sulfated and fucosylated oligosaccharides, including the major capping group of GlyCAM-1

Influence of Mutations of the N-Cap Residue, Gly4, on Stability and Structure of Hen Lysozyme

Effects of DNA3′pp5′G capping on 3′ end repair reactions and of an embedded pyrophosphate-linked guanylate on ribonucleotide surveillance

Biochemical characterisation of cap–poly(A) synergy in rabbit reticulocyte lysates: the eIF4G–PABP interaction increases the functional affinity of eIF4E for the capped mRNA 5′-end

C. Kasimis and G. Stathakis (eds). The Reform of the CAP and Rural Development in Southern Europe. Ashgate, Aldershot, 2003. ISBN: 0-7546-3126-5, 191 pp., Price: £55 (hardback).

 

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One of the gelsolin family of proteins (macrophage capping protein, MCP, gCap39, 348 aa) that binds to the barbed ends of microfilaments. Has ~50% sequence homology with gelsolin, and like gelsolin responds to calcium and to phosphoinositides; unlike gelsolin it does not sever filaments. Originally isolated from macrophages but widely distributed and is the only gelsolin-related actin-binding protein found in both nucleus and cytoplasm. It is also secreted into plasma, though does not have a signal sequence. Not the same as capZ, though functionally similar.

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