P domain

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P domain

P domain

Cleavage mediated by the P15 domain of bacterial RNase P RNA

Functional redundancy between the transcriptional activation domains of E2A is mediated by binding to the KIX domain of CBP/p300

p160/SRC/NCoA coactivators form complexes via specific interaction of their PAS-B domain with the CID/AD1 domain

The amino terminal domain from Mrt4 protein can functionally replace the RNA binding domain of the ribosomal P0 protein

Trans-Activation of the Tetrahymena Ribozyme by Its P2-2.1 Domains

Streptomyces aminopeptidase P: biochemical characterization and insight into the roles of its N-terminal domain

Stabilising the DNA-binding domain of p53 by rational design of its hydrophobic core

Unique domain functions of p63 isotypes that differentially regulate distinct aspects of epidermal homeostasis

Domain decomposition algorithms for indefinite weakly singular integral equations: the h and p versions

Two Novel Genes in the Center of the 11p15 Imprinted Domain Escape Genomic Imprinting

Brr2p carboxy-terminal Sec63 domain modulates Prp16 splicing RNA helicase

Nuclear protein LEDGF/p75 recognizes supercoiled DNA by a novel DNA-binding domain

A small molecule directly inhibits the p53 transactivation domain from binding to replication protein A

Role of tumor suppressor p53 domains in selective binding to supercoiled DNA

Rap1p and other transcriptional regulators can function in defining distinct domains of gene expression

Mutational analysis on the S-domain of bacterial ribonuclease P ribozyme

Mutational analyses of neighboring domains of active center of RNase P ribozyme


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a domain of highly conserved cysteine residues, disulfide‐bonded in the pattern 1–5, 2–4, 3–6, associated with highly conserved alanine, glycine, and tryptophan residues. Such domains are found in secretory polypeptides from animals.


Subjects: Chemistry.

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