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  • What is barnase?


Barnase has no disulfide bonds, nor does it require divalent cations or non-peptide components to fold. This simplicity, in combination with its reversible ...
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Positive: 44 %
Barnase and Barstar (Molecular Biology) Barnase is a ribonuclease secreted by the bacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciens. It is a small protein of 110 amino ...
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Barnase is the extracellular ribonuclease of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens, and barstar its specific intracellular inhibitor [PMID: 2696173, PMID: 3050134].
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*Barnase Ribonuclease is toxic to Humans and other Mammals* Barnase ribonuclease is an enzyme toxic to cells, it is produced in nature by the bacterium ...
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Positive: 39 %
Backbone dynamics of free barnase and its complex with barstar determined by 15N NMR relaxation study Sarata C. Sahua, Abani K. Bhuyanb, ...
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Positive: 25 %
Expression of Barstar as a selectable marker in yeast mitochondria. ... Barnase can be specifically inhibited by the protein Barstar, ...
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