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An intein is a segment of a protein that is able to excise itself and rejoin the remaining portions (the exteins) with a peptide bond. Inteins have also been called "protein introns".
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Overview of protein splicing, exteins and the intein database at New England Biolabs, Inc. Includes links to publications at the NCBI, National Library of Medicine, ...
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IMPACT (Intein Mediated Purification with an Affinity Chitin-binding Tag) ... pTXB1 and pTXB3 contain a mini-intein with alternative preferred residues at the ...
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Intein An intein is a segment of a protein that is able to excise itself and rejoin the remaining portions (the exteins) with a peptide bond
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The European Bioinformatics Institute ... IPR006142 Intein 1203 - 1215. IPR006142 Intein 1310 - 1327 ... intein hint, N-terminal 96 - 197. IPR006141 Intein ...
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An intein is a segment of a protein that is able to excise itself and rejoin the remaining portions (the exteins) with a peptide bond. Inteins have also been called
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Intein Class. Experimental. Organism Name. Saccharomyces cerevisiae (nucleus) ... An identical intein aa sequence is present in strain Out7163, (BAC66646.1) ...
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A. The standard intein-mediated splicing pathway. B. Animation of The Protein Splicing Pathway. ... The intein penultimate His in Block G assists in Asn ...
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Sce VMA - a multi-domain intein ... Relation between the intein sequences- as trees - radial and square branched. ... Bacterial intein-like (BIL) domains ...
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Thus, this intein is likely to have lost its endonuclease domain at ... CADs have a pair of motifs similar to the intein N2 and N4 motifs and to each other. ...
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Intein information including symptoms, causes, diseases, symptoms, treatments, and other medical and health issues. ... Intein: The internal fragments of ...
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An intein-specific BLAST server is now available to assist in identifying new inteins. ... first crystal structure of an intein precursor shed light onto the ...
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We recently described a mini-intein in the PRP8 gene of a strain of the ... An intein is a specific insertion within a host protein that is excised during ...
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The Intein Database is a comprehensive on-line resource that includes the ... The Intein Database presents general information's as well as detailed data for ...
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The homing endonuclease domain of the HaV intein alleles is mostly deleted. ... The organisms' scientific names, with intein names in parentheses, and database ...
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We identified seven intein coding sequences within nuclear genes coding for the ... The remaining intein coding sequence is in a viral relic embedded within the ...
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four intein coding sequences are in RNA polymerase II genes (RPB2), one each ... The remaining intein coding sequence ... An intein (internal protein) is a ...
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An intein is a protein intervening sequence that can self-excise and ... The intein clearly has sequence motifs (A, B, F, and G) ... strain PCC6803 DnaB intein. ...
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Intein Prediction: ... Two models for intein prediction has been provided. ... Intein's Splice site Prediction: ...
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An intein-based positive genetic selection system ... Homing endonuclease activity can mobilize an intein ... for loss of intein function, since cells that express ...
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