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H-NS mediated compaction of DNA visualised by atomic force microscopy

H-NS binds with high affinity to the Tn10 transpososome and promotes transpososome stabilization

An H-NS-like protein involved in the negative regulation of hrp genes in Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae

Molecular aspects of the E. coli nucleoid protein, H-NS: a central controller of gene regulatory networks

The H-NS protein silences the pyp regulatory network of Yersinia enterocolitica and is involved in controlling biofilm formation

Affinity selection of a camelized V(H) domain antibody inhibitor of hepatitis C virus NS3 protease.

The global bacterial regulator H-NS promotes transpososome formation and transposition in the Tn5 system

Direct and indirect effects of H-NS and Fis on global gene expression control in Escherichia coli

H-NS mediates the dissociation of a refractory protein–DNA complex during Tn10/IS10 transposition

Higher order oligomerization is required for H-NS family member MvaT to form gene-silencing nucleoprotein filament

Gene silencing H-NS paralogue StpA forms a rigid protein filament along DNA that blocks DNA accessibility

High-affinity DNA binding sites for H-NS provide a molecular basis for selective silencing within proteobacterial genomes

Enhanced nucleic acid binding to ATP-bound hepatitis C virus NS3 helicase at low pH activates RNA unwinding

Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae requires H-NS-family protein XrvC to regulate virulence during rice infection

Escherichia coli Histone-Like Protein H-NS Preferentially Binds to Horizontally Acquired DNA in Association with RNA Polymerase

Effect on Virulence and Pathogenicity of H5N1 Influenza A Virus through Truncations of NS1 eIF4GI Binding Domain

Antiviral activity of baicalin against influenza virus H1N1-pdm09 is due to modulation of NS1-mediated cellular innate immune responses

Single-molecule studies on the mechanical interplay between DNA supercoiling and H-NS DNA architectural properties

 

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Basic DNA‐binding proteins of several bacterial families, characterized by an N‐terminal tetrapeptide, consensus Ser‐Glu‐Xaa‐Leu. Although their precise role remains unclear, they may be the prokaryotic counterparts of histones in eukaryotic ...

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