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Type I restriction endonucleases are true catalytic enzymes

Type I restriction enzymes and their relatives

On the DNA cleavage mechanism of Type I restriction enzymes

Measured Haplotype Analysis of the Angiotensin-I Converting Enzyme Gene

Target site cleavage by the monomeric restriction enzyme BcnI requires translocation to a random DNA sequence and a switch in enzyme orientation

Atomic force microscopy of the EcoKI Type I DNA restriction enzyme bound to DNA shows enzyme dimerization and DNA looping

Phase I and phase II enzymes produced by Cunninghamella elegans for the metabolism of xenobiotics

Restriction enzyme BstZ17I is sensitive to cytosine methylation

Pancreatic lipase-related protein type I: a specialized lipase or an inactive enzyme.

DNA synapsis through transient tetramerization triggers cleavage by Ecl18kI restriction enzyme

Recycling of protein subunits during DNA translocation and cleavage by Type I restriction-modification enzymes

Novel protein fold discovered in the PabI family of restriction enzymes

Cloning and analysis of the four genes coding for Bpu10I restriction—modification enzymes

Template-directed addition of nucleosides to DNA by the BfiI restriction enzyme

Angiotensin I-converting enzyme gene polymorphism in non-diabetic renal disease

Molecular biology and genetics of the angiotensin-I-converting enzyme: potential implications in cardiovascular diseases

Modification of Topoisomerase I Activity by Glucose and by O-Glcnacylation of the Enzyme Protein

Structural and biological roles of glycosylations in pulmonary angiotensin I-converting enzyme

 

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EC 2.7.3.9; enzyme I of the phosphotransferase system; phosphoenolpyruvate‐protein phosphotransferase; systematic name: phosphoenolpyruvate:protein‐l‐histidine Nπ‐phosphotransferase. A soluble bacterial enzyme, part of a system for the transport of hexoses across the cell ...

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