protein Z

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protein Z

Z-line proteins: implications for additional functions

New role of zCRY and zPER2 as regulators of sub‐cellular distributions of zCLOCK and zBMAL proteins

Distinct Z-DNA binding mode of a PKR-like protein kinase containing a Z-DNA binding domain (PKZ)

Structural basis for Z-DNA binding and stabilization by the zebrafish Z-DNA dependent protein kinase PKZ

Ranking models of transmembrane β-barrel proteins using Z-coordinate predictions

Fundamentals of massive automatic pairwise alignments of protein sequences: theoretical significance of Z-value statistics

PilZ domain is part of the bacterial c-di-GMP binding protein

Mutations in the Z-band protein myopalladin gene and idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy

Complex regulation of the human gene for the Z-DNA binding protein DLM-1

Conservation, localization and expression of HopZ, a protein involved in adhesion of Helicobacter pylori

Proteins that contain a functional Z-DNA-binding domain localize to cytoplasmic stress granules

Identification of novel splicing variants of protein tyrosine phosphatase receptor type Z

Expression of mycobacterial cell division protein, FtsZ, and dormancy proteins, DevR and Acr, within lung granulomas throughout guinea pig infection

Solution structure of the Z-DNA binding domain of PKR-like protein kinase from Carassius auratus and quantitative analyses of the intermediate complex during B–Z transition

Accumulation, Activity and Localization of Cell Cycle Regulatory Proteins and the Chloroplast Division Protein FtsZ in the Alga Scenedesmus quadricauda under Inhibition of Nuclear DNA Replication

Construction and characterization of transposon TnphoZ for the identification of genes encoding exported proteins in Streptococcus agalactiae

Genetic evidence that mycobacterial FtsZ and FtsW proteins interact, and colocalize to the division site in Mycobacterium smegmatis

Mutational analysis of YgfZ, a folate-dependent protein implicated in iron/sulphur cluster metabolism


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A major protein of barley endosperm albumin. It is structurally similar to a serpin, but its main role is as a storage protein, being especially rich in lysine.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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