Identification of the repressor and repressor bypass (antirepressor) polypeptides of bacteriophage P1 synthesized in infected minicells

Heilmann H, Reeve JN, Pühler A (1980)
Mol Gen Genet 178(1): 149-154.

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P1 infected minicells synthesize approximately 50 phage-encoded polypeptides. Phage expression is temporally controlled, demonstrating phage polypeptides synthesized both early and late after infection. The P1 repressor, gpcl1 (Mr = 33,000), repressor bypass polypeptide, gpreb A (Mr = 27,500) and cistron 10 product, (gp10) (Mr = 64,000), have been identified by infection of minicells with P1 amber mutants. The beta-lactamase gene product (gpbla) carried by the closely related P7 and the chloramphenicol acetyl-transferase gene product (gpcat) carried by P1 Cm (in Tn9) have been demonstrated. Infection of minicells by P1virs or P1c4 mutants results in increased synthesis of gpreb A and a second polypeptide designated gpreb B (Mr = 40,000). The P1vir11 mutation leads to increased synthesis of a small polypeptide (Mr = 3,500) but does not affect the amount of gpc1 synthesized.
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Heilmann H, Reeve JN, Pühler A. Identification of the repressor and repressor bypass (antirepressor) polypeptides of bacteriophage P1 synthesized in infected minicells. Mol Gen Genet. 1980;178(1):149-154.
Heilmann, H., Reeve, J. N., & Pühler, A. (1980). Identification of the repressor and repressor bypass (antirepressor) polypeptides of bacteriophage P1 synthesized in infected minicells. Mol Gen Genet, 178(1), 149-154.
Heilmann, H., Reeve, J. N., and Pühler, A. (1980). Identification of the repressor and repressor bypass (antirepressor) polypeptides of bacteriophage P1 synthesized in infected minicells. Mol Gen Genet 178, 149-154.
Heilmann, H., Reeve, J.N., & Pühler, A., 1980. Identification of the repressor and repressor bypass (antirepressor) polypeptides of bacteriophage P1 synthesized in infected minicells. Mol Gen Genet, 178(1), p 149-154.
H. Heilmann, J.N. Reeve, and A. Pühler, “Identification of the repressor and repressor bypass (antirepressor) polypeptides of bacteriophage P1 synthesized in infected minicells”, Mol Gen Genet, vol. 178, 1980, pp. 149-154.
Heilmann, H., Reeve, J.N., Pühler, A.: Identification of the repressor and repressor bypass (antirepressor) polypeptides of bacteriophage P1 synthesized in infected minicells. Mol Gen Genet. 178, 149-154 (1980).
Heilmann, Heidrun, Reeve, John N., and Pühler, Alfred. “Identification of the repressor and repressor bypass (antirepressor) polypeptides of bacteriophage P1 synthesized in infected minicells”. Mol Gen Genet 178.1 (1980): 149-154.
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