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DNA gyrase, often referred to simply as gyrase, is an enzyme that supercoils DNA. Many antibiotics work by attacking bacterial DNA gyrase.
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Along with gyrase, most prokaryotes also contain a second type IIA topoisomerase, ... Type I topoisomerase - Type II topoisomerase ( gyrase, topoisomerase IV) ...
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gyrase One of the type II topoisomerases involved in the supercoiling of double-stranded circular DNA ... What is the function of bacterial DNA gyrase? ...
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Gyrase - Definition of Gyrase at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary with ... gyrase - 2 dictionary results. gyrase ... or see gyrase on Thesaurus ...
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High purity DNA gyrase holoenzyme 2000 units -Assay buffer -Dilution buffer for enzyme ... NOTE: Do not confuse this kit with the DNA Gyrase Assay kit (cat. ...
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High purity DNA gyrase holoenzyme 1000 units -Assay buffer -Dilution buffer for enzyme ... NOTE: Do not confuse this kit with the DNA Gyrase Assay kit (cat. ...
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What is gyrase? Meaning of gyrase medical term. What does gyrase mean? ... gyrase ... Resistance requires only a single mutation in the code for DNA gyrase. ...
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... the mutations are in the gyrase structural genes or in nearby regulatory ... DNA gyrase introduces negative supercoiling into circular DNA by catalyzing the ...
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By representing the gyrase inhibition as a true pleiotropic phenomenon, we were ... These cellular processes are dependent on the supercoiling activity of gyrase. ...
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Reverse gyrase is a peculiar DNA topoisomerase, specific of hyperthermophilic ... MMS-induced reverse gyrase degradation is highly specific, since (i) neither ...
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Information about DNA gyrase in the free online English dictionary and ... DNA gyrase. DNA helicase. DNA helicase. Dna helicases. Dna helicases. DNA helix ...
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DNA gyrase is a molecular machine that uses the energy of ATP ... Here we observe the activity of gyrase in real time ... gyrase activity consists almost ...
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DNA gyrase is therefore a highly validated target for anti-tubercular drug discovery. Compounds that inhibit DNA gyrase are also active against non-replicating, ...
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For DNA gyrase, this topoisomerization reaction results in introduction (or ... Streptococcus pneumoniae DNA gyrase and topoisomerase IV: overexpression, ...
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The reverse gyrase N-terminal domain contains the tandem RecA-like folds ... Reverse gyrase has an insertion, termed subdomain H3, that is structurally ...
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Yet full-length reverse gyrase differs from topoisomerase I in two fundamental ways. ... Reverse gyrase, however, appears to perform strand passage exclusively in the ...
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In addition to gyrase, many bacteria contain another Topo IIA named Topo IV. ... The CTD of gyrase is indeed responsible for the positive wrapping of the DNA ...
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Clinical Implications of Resistance Mechanisms: A topoisomerase was identified ... DNA gyrase and topoisomerase IV: biochemical activities, physiological roles ...
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