phage T4

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phage T4

deoxyribonuclease IV (phage T4‐induced)

deoxyribonuclease IV (phage T4-induced)

Mobile Regulatory Cassettes Mediate Modular Shuffling in T4-Type Phage Genomes

Visualizing the phage T4 activated transcription complex of DNA and E. coli RNA polymerase

An apyrimidinic site kinks DNA and triggers incision by endonuclease VII of phage T4

The gp38 Adhesins of the T4 Superfamily: A Complex Modular Determinant of the Phage’s Host Specificity

Phage T4 SegB protein is a homing endonuclease required for the preferred inheritance of T4 tRNA gene region occurring in co-infection with a related phage

Isolation of recombinant phage clones expressing mycobacterial T cell antigens by screening a recombinant DNA library with human CD4+ Th1 clones

An E. coli B mutation, rpoB5081, that prevents growth of phage T4 strains defective in host DNA degradation

RegA proteins from phage T4 and RB69 have conserved helix–loop groove RNA binding motifs but different RNA binding specificities

The phage T4 restriction endoribonuclease RegB: a cyclizing enzyme that requires two histidines to be fully active

Interaction of the phage T4 Dam DNA-[N 6-adenine] methyltransferase with oligonucleotides containing native or modified (defective) recognition sites

Phage T4 mobE promotes trans homing of the defunct homing endonuclease I-TevIII

The Capsid of the T4 Phage Superfamily: The Evolution, Diversity, and Structure of Some of the Most Prevalent Proteins in the Biosphere

Gene Network Visualization and Quantitative Synteny Analysis of more than 300 Marine T4-Like Phage Scaffolds from the GOS Metagenome

SegH and Hef: two novel homing endonucleases whose genes replace the mobC and mobE genes in several T4-related phages


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An icosahedral DNA‐containing bacteriophage that infects Escherichia coli. Its single molecule of double‐stranded DNA is 174 kb in length. Various enzymes prepared from this phage are commonly used in genetic engineering; these include ligase, polymerase, and polynucleotide kinase.


Subjects: Chemistry.

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