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IMPACT-CN System from New England Biolabs

Description:...ow fusion of a bifunctional tag, consisting of the intein and the chitin binding domain (5), to either the C...ols such as DTT, -mercaptoethanol or cysteine, the intein undergoes specific self-cleavage which releases the target protein from the chitin-bound intein tag. Both pTYB1 and pTYB11 contain a Sap I cl...
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Intein in Biological Definition

Biotechnology

...ility of biotechnological inventions Expression vector Genetic engineering genetically modified food Industrial biotechnology intein List of publications in biology#biotechnology Molecular biology Compare with Biomimetics ...

Intron

...t a similar intron pattern may arise in two different species by a form of convergent evolution . See also selfish DNA noncoding DNA intein Reference Walter Gilbert (1978 Feb 9) "Why Genes In Pieces?" Nature 271 (5645):501. ...

Protein

...first signs of this, at the time, unknown class of organic compounds. See also Biochemistry Crystallography Denatured protein intein Peptide Prion Proteinoid Protein structure prediction Protein targeting Proteome Proteomics Ribosome Struc...
Intein in Biological Dictionary

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. Inteins have also been called "protein introns". Overview of protein splicing, exteins and the intein database at New England Biolabs, Inc....

Splicing

...cts and expression patterns. ... Alternative pre-mRNA splicing is an important mechanism ... Overview of protein splicing , exteins and the intein database at New England Biolabs, Inc. ... B. Animation of The Protein Splicing Pathway. ... ...

C-terminus

...a-pheromone receptor mediates an adaptive ... C-terminus . Mxe GyrA. intein (28) NdeI-SapI (or SpeI) M, Y, F, LEM ... C-terminus (Intein 2) Ssp DnaB. mini-intein (27) Mth RIR1. intein (22) SapI-SapI ... ...
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