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Academic Article Cloning, expression, and characterization of a DNA binding domain of gpNu1, a phage lambda DNA packaging protein.
Academic Article Domain structure of gpNu1, a phage lambda DNA packaging protein.
Academic Article Biophysical characterization of the DNA binding domain of gpNu1, a viral DNA packaging protein.
Academic Article Insights into specific DNA recognition during the assembly of a viral genome packaging machine.
Academic Article Biochemical characterization of bacteriophage lambda genome packaging in vitro.
Academic Article Assembly of a nucleoprotein complex required for DNA packaging by bacteriophage lambda.
Academic Article A minimal kinetic model for a viral DNA packaging machine.
Academic Article Building a virus from scratch: assembly of an infectious virus using purified components in a rigorously defined biochemical assay system.
Academic Article Packaging of a unit-length viral genome: the role of nucleotides and the gpD decoration protein in stable nucleocapsid assembly in bacteriophage lambda.
Concept Virus Assembly
Academic Article A pseudo-atomic model for the capsid shell of bacteriophage lambda using chemical cross-linking/mass spectrometry and molecular modeling.
Academic Article Cloning, expression, and biochemical characterization of hexahistidine-tagged terminase proteins.
Academic Article Mutations altering a structurally conserved loop-helix-loop region of a viral packaging motor change DNA translocation velocity and processivity.
Academic Article Integration host factor assembly at the cohesive end site of the bacteriophage lambda genome: implications for viral DNA packaging and bacterial gene regulation.
Academic Article The DNA maturation domain of gpA, the DNA packaging motor protein of bacteriophage lambda, contains an ATPase site associated with endonuclease activity.
Academic Article Virus DNA packaging: the strategy used by phage lambda.
Academic Article The bacteriophage lambda gpNu3 scaffolding protein is an intrinsically disordered and biologically functional procapsid assembly catalyst.
Academic Article The terminase enzyme from bacteriophage lambda: a DNA-packaging machine.
Academic Article Challenging packaging limits and infectivity of phage ?.
Academic Article Mutations in Nu1, the gene encoding the small subunit of bacteriophage lambda terminase, suppress the postcleavage DNA packaging defect of cosB mutations.
Academic Article Assignment of the 1H, 13C, and 15N resonances of the DNA binding domain of gpNu1, a genome packaging protein from bacteriophage lambda.
Academic Article Energy-independent helicase activity of a viral genome packaging motor.
Academic Article Biophysics of viral infectivity: matching genome length with capsid size.
Academic Article Assembly of bacteriophage lambda terminase into a viral DNA maturation and packaging machine.
Academic Article Thermodynamic characterization of viral procapsid expansion into a functional capsid shell.
Academic Article Strong subunit coordination drives a powerful viral DNA packaging motor.
Academic Article Nucleotides regulate the conformational state of the small terminase subunit from bacteriophage lambda: implications for the assembly of a viral genome-packaging motor.
Academic Article Major capsid reinforcement by a minor protein in herpesviruses and phage.
Academic Article Walker-A Motif Acts to Coordinate ATP Hydrolysis with Motor Output in Viral DNA Packaging.
Academic Article Molecular Dissection of the Forces Responsible for Viral Capsid Assembly and Stabilization by Decoration Proteins.
Grant Mechanistic Studies on a Viral DNA Packaging Machine
Grant MECHANISTIC STUDIES ON VIRAL ASSEMBLY
Academic Article Physical and Functional Characterization of a Viral Genome Maturation Complex.
Academic Article Evidence that a catalytic glutamate and an 'Arginine Toggle' act in concert to mediate ATP hydrolysis and mechanochemical coupling in a viral DNA packaging motor.
Academic Article Functional Dissection of a Viral DNA Packaging Machine's Walker B Motif.
Academic Article ATP serves as a nucleotide switch coupling the genome maturation and packaging motor complexes of a virus assembly machine.

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