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10.1002/jcb.240220104.abs Transcription of Euglena gracilis chloroplast genes has been investigated by using in vitro transcription systems. A DNA‐dependent RNA polymerase responsible for the transcription of rRNA genes has been isolated as a nucleoprotein complex (transcriptionally active...
10.1002/jcb.240220102.abs The tricylindrical core of Synechocystis 6701 phycobilisomes is made up of four types of allophycocyanin‐containing complexes: A, (αAP βAP)3; B, (αAP βAP)3 .10K; C, (α 1APBα 2APβ 3AP).10K; D, (αAP βAP)2.18.5K.99K; where AP is allophycocyanin, APB is...
10.1002/jcb.240220105.abs The syncytiotrophoblastic brush border of the human placenta forms the maternal‐fetal interface and is an important determinant of placental function. Electron micrographs of fresh brush border preparations isolated from first‐trimester human placentas showed...
10.1002/jcb.240220106.abs In order to study the influence of electrostatic forces on the disposition of proteins in membranes, we have examined the interaction of a receptor protein and of a membrane‐active peptide with black lipid membranes. In the first study we show that the hepatic...
10.1002/jcb.240220103.abs The steady‐state biosynthesis of the photosynthetic membrane (ICM) of Rhodopseudomonas sphaeroides has been reviewed. At moderate light intensities, 500 ft‐c, preexisting ICM serves as the insertion matrix for newly synthesized membrane components. Whereas the bulk...
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