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  1. NMR STRUCTURE OF THE N-TERMINAL DOMAIN WITH A LINKER PORTION OF ANTARCTIC EEL POUT ANTIFREEZE PROTEIN RD3, 40 STRUCTURES PDB

    ID: PDB:3NLA

    Description: ANTIFREEZE PROTEIN RD3 TYPE III

  2. NMR STRUCTURE OF THE N-TERMINAL DOMAIN WITH A LINKER PORTION OF ANTARCTIC EEL POUT ANTIFREEZE PROTEIN RD3, MINIMIZED AVERAGE STRUCTURE PDB

    ID: PDB:3RDN

    Description: ANTIFREEZE PROTEIN RD3 TYPE III

  3. ANP3_LYCDA UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: P35753

    Description: Ice-structuring protein RD3 AFP-like 1 AFP-like 2 Linker Important for ice-binding Important for ice-binding Important for ice-binding Important for ice-bi...

  4. NMR STRUCTURE OF INTRAMOLECULAR DIMER ANTIFREEZE PROTEIN RD3, 40 SA STRUCTURES PDB

    ID: PDB:1C89

    Description: ANTIFREEZE PROTEIN TYPE III

  5. NMR STRUCTURE OF INTRAMOLECULAR DIMER ANTIFREEZE PROTEIN RD3, 40 SA STRUCTURES PDB

    ID: PDB:1C8A

    Description: ANTIFREEZE PROTEIN TYPE III

  6. Differences in the genomic content of Bordetella pertussis strains before and after vaccine introduction in European countries ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-29579

    Description: yzed have lost three major regions of difference (RD3, 5 and 29). However, difference in frequency of the absent RDs 3, 5 or 29 was observed among the four countries. Of the strains with absent RD5, half had also a duplicated region in the genome. All four RDs (RD22, 23, 24 and 26) absent in Tohama I were present in majority of the tested strains. Results obtained from PFGE analysis correlated well with those of CGH. Recently a novel pertussis toxin promoter allele (ptxP3) was described. Strains with ptxP3 have replaced resident ptxP1 strains. When the recent strains (N=22) selected from the four countries were examined, the ptxP3 allele was found in all countries except Poland. Our result indicates that at least three clusters of B. pertussis circulated in Europe in pre-vaccine era and their genomes were distinct from that of the reference strain Tohama I. Although progressive gene loss occurs in B. pertussis population with time, difference in frequenc...

  7. RD3L_HUMAN UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: P0DJH9

    Description: Protein RD3-like

  8. Differences in the genomic content of Bordetella pertussis strains before and after vaccine introduction in European countries BioProject

    ID: PRJNA141409

    Keywords: Variation

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: yzed have lost three major regions of difference (RD3, 5 and 29). However, difference in frequency of the absent RDs 3, 5 or 29 was observed among the four countries. Of the strains with absent RD5, half had also a duplicated region in the genome. All four RDs (RD22, 23, 24 and 26) absent in Tohama I were present in majority of the tested strains. Results obtained from PFGE analysis correlated well with those of CGH. Recently a novel pertussis toxin promoter allele (ptxP3) was described. Strains with ptxP3 have replaced resident ptxP1 strains. When the recent strains (N=22) selected from the four countries were examined, the ptxP3 allele was found in all countries except Poland. Our result indicates that at least three clusters of B. pertussis circulated in Europe in pre-vaccine era and their genomes were distinct from that of the reference strain Tohama I. Although progressive gene loss occurs in B. pertussis population with time, difference in frequenc...
  9. Differences in the genomic content of Bordetella pertussis strains before and after vaccine introduction in European countries OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-29579

    Date Released: 05-03-2014

    Description: yzed have lost three major regions of difference (RD3, 5 and 29). However, difference in frequency of the absent RDs 3, 5 or 29 was observed among the four countries. Of the strains with absent RD5, half had also a duplicated region in the genome. All four RDs (RD22, 23, 24 and 26) absent in Tohama I were present in majority of the tested strains. Results obtained from PFGE analysis correlated well with those of CGH. Recently a novel pertussis toxin promoter allele (ptxP3) was described. Strains with ptxP3 have replaced resident ptxP1 strains. When the recent strains (N=22) selected from the four countries were examined, the ptxP3 allele was found in all countries except Poland. Our result indicates that at least three clusters of B. pertussis circulated in Europe in pre-vaccine era and their genomes were distinct from that of the reference strain Tohama I. Although progressive gene loss occurs in B. pertussis population with time, difference in frequenc...


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