lambdap25

Summary

Gene Symbol: lambdap25
Description: ea31
Species: Bacteriophage lambda

Top Publications

  1. ncbi Sequence organization of the origins of DNA replication in lambdoid coliphages
    D D Moore
    Gene 14:91-101. 1981
  2. ncbi Integrative recombination of bacteriophage lambda: extent of the DNA sequence involved in attachment site function
    M Mizuuchi
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 77:3220-4. 1980
  3. ncbi Generalized recombination: nucleotide sequence homology between Chi recombinational hotspots
    G R Smith
    Cell 19:785-93. 1980
  4. ncbi A cluster of leftward, rho-dependent t'J terminators in the J gene of coliphage lambda
    K C Luk
    Gene 21:175-91. 1983
  5. ncbi The tL2 cluster of transcription termination sites between genes bet and ral of coliphage lambda
    K C Luk
    Virology 125:403-18. 1983
  6. ncbi Mutations affecting two different steps in transcription initiation at the phage lambda PRM promoter
    M C Shih
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 80:496-500. 1983
  7. ncbi The cIII gene and protein of bacteriophage lambda
    D M Knight
    J Mol Biol 163:505-10. 1983
  8. ncbi The rex region of bacteriophage lambda: two genes under three-way control
    J Landsmann
    Gene 20:11-24. 1982
  9. ncbi Transcription terminates at lambda tR1 in three clusters
    L F Lau
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 79:6171-5. 1982
  10. ncbi Mechanism of activation of transcription initiation from the lambda PRM promoter
    D K Hawley
    J Mol Biol 157:493-525. 1982

Detail Information

Publications68

  1. ncbi Sequence organization of the origins of DNA replication in lambdoid coliphages
    D D Moore
    Gene 14:91-101. 1981
    ..1979). In lambda pk35 the drug resistance element Tn903 is inserted into the "inceptor" (ice) site, proposed to be crucial for lambda replication initiation (Hobom et al., 1979); yet this phage grows normally...
  2. ncbi Integrative recombination of bacteriophage lambda: extent of the DNA sequence involved in attachment site function
    M Mizuuchi
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 77:3220-4. 1980
    ..The results also suggest that the essential suquence of the bacterial attachment site consists only of the sequence common to the phage and bacterial attachment sites...
  3. ncbi Generalized recombination: nucleotide sequence homology between Chi recombinational hotspots
    G R Smith
    Cell 19:785-93. 1980
    ..We presume that some part of this common sequence is the recognition sequence for a protein which acts at a rate-limiting step of generalized recombination...
  4. ncbi A cluster of leftward, rho-dependent t'J terminators in the J gene of coliphage lambda
    K C Luk
    Gene 21:175-91. 1983
    ..J. Mol. Biol. 140 (1980) 57-75; Honigman, Gene 13 (1981) 299-309), is unknown...
  5. ncbi The tL2 cluster of transcription termination sites between genes bet and ral of coliphage lambda
    K C Luk
    Virology 125:403-18. 1983
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  6. ncbi Mutations affecting two different steps in transcription initiation at the phage lambda PRM promoter
    M C Shih
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 80:496-500. 1983
    ....
  7. ncbi The cIII gene and protein of bacteriophage lambda
    D M Knight
    J Mol Biol 163:505-10. 1983
  8. ncbi The rex region of bacteriophage lambda: two genes under three-way control
    J Landsmann
    Gene 20:11-24. 1982
    ..Studies of lambda early and late DNA replication implicate rexB as having auxiliary functions in both lysogenisation and lytic infection...
  9. ncbi Transcription terminates at lambda tR1 in three clusters
    L F Lau
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 79:6171-5. 1982
    ....
  10. ncbi Mechanism of activation of transcription initiation from the lambda PRM promoter
    D K Hawley
    J Mol Biol 157:493-525. 1982
  11. ncbi Transcription termination: sequence and function of the rho-independent tL3 terminator in the major leftward operon of bacteriophage lambda
    K C Luk
    Gene 17:247-58. 1982
    ..The termination point that follows the last U was determined by the S1 mapping technique...
  12. ncbi Antitermination and termination functions of the cloned nutL, N, and tL1 modules of coliphage lambda
    D Drahos
    Gene 16:261-74. 1981
    ..Termination by inverted nutL or N fragments is probably unrelated to their normal functions, but indicates a fortuitous presence of a terminator sequence in the inverted orientation...
  13. ncbi Sequence of lambda ric5b
    D D Moore
    J Mol Biol 154:81-3. 1982
  14. ncbi The leftward promoter of bacteriophage lambda. Isolation on a small restriction fragment and deletion of adjacent regions
    G T Horn
    J Biol Chem 256:1998-2002. 1981
    ..We have generated deletions in this region in order to study the influence of this sequence on promoter function...
  15. ncbi Nucleotide sequence of the chi recombinational hot spot chi +D in bacteriophage lambda
    G R Smith
    J Virol 37:336-42. 1981
    ..The mutations creating the active Chi site, designated chi +D, are transversions from CG to AT. This mutation, like the chi +B and chi +C mutations previously analyzed, leads to a nucleotide sequence common to all three active chi sites...
  16. ncbi IS5 increases recombination in adjacent regions as shown for the repressor gene of coliphage lambda
    M Lieb
    Gene 12:277-80. 1980
  17. ncbi DNA sequence analysis of prm-mutations of coliphage lambda
    E D Rosen
    Gene 11:197-205. 1980
    ..Class II mutations appear to owe their Prm-phenotype to a change in OR, which could prevent activation of prm by repressor. All three class II mutations are in OR 1...
  18. ncbi An unusual RNA polymerase binding site in the immunity region of phage lambda
    V Pirrotta
    Mol Gen Genet 180:369-76. 1980
    ..We have mapped the site protected by RNA polymerase against DNase and determined its sequence which is abnormal compared that of an average promoter...
  19. ncbi In vitro transcription from the b2 region of bacteriophage lambda
    E C Rosenvold
    Virology 107:476-87. 1980
  20. ncbi Characterization of a rho-dependent termination site within the cro gene of bacteriophage lambda
    E Calva
    J Biol Chem 255:11017-22. 1980
    ..The nucleotide sequence at the 3'-end of the 5 S RNA is similar to that of other rho-dependent transcripts and lacks the oligo(U) found at the terminus of rho-independent transcripts...
  21. ncbi Gene regulation at the right operator (OR) of bacteriophage lambda. II. OR1, OR2, and OR3: their roles in mediating the effects of repressor and cro
    B J Meyer
    J Mol Biol 139:163-94. 1980
  22. ncbi Control of transcription termination: a rho-dependent termination site in bacteriophage lambda
    D Court
    J Mol Biol 138:231-54. 1980
  23. ncbi Structure and function of the cy control region of bacteriophage lambda
    D L Wulff
    J Mol Biol 138:209-30. 1980
  24. ncbi Separate sites for binding and nicking of bacteriophage lambda DNA by terminase
    M Feiss
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 80:955-9. 1983
    ..The cos2 mutation abolishes nicking by terminase but does not affect terminase binding. We conclude that cos contains two sites that interact with terminase: cosN, the nicking site; and cosB, a binding site for terminase...
  25. ncbi Characterization of the cloned terminators tR1, tL3 and tI and the nut R antitermination site of coliphage lambda
    K C Luk
    Gene 20:127-34. 1982
  26. ncbi A systemic DNA sequencing strategy
    G F Hong
    J Mol Biol 158:539-49. 1982
  27. ncbi The use of the plasmid pHA10 in the isolation of lambda PL promoter mutations
    H C Hyman
    Mol Gen Genet 185:515-7. 1982
    ..This mutation (called dpl) may be useful to the study of the lambda OLPL regulation system. The effect of base changes within the PL promoter on the promoter activity are discussed...
  28. ncbi Plasmid vectors for high-efficiency expression controlled by the PL promoter of coliphage lambda
    E Remaut
    Gene 15:81-93. 1981
  29. ncbi Nucleotide sequence of a ribonucleic acid transcribed in vitro from lambda phage deoxyribonucleic acid
    P Lebowitz
    J Biol Chem 246:5120-39. 1971
  30. ncbi Nucleotide sequence analysis of DNA. II. Complete nucleotide sequence of the cohesive ends of bacteriophage lambda DNA
    R Wu
    J Mol Biol 57:491-511. 1971
  31. ncbi Determination of the endpoints of partial deletion mutants of the attachment site of bacteriophage lambda by DNA sequencing
    R W Davies
    Nucleic Acids Res 5:3209-18. 1978
    ..The consequences of these findings for current models of site-specific recombination are discussed...
  32. ncbi Functional analysis of the replicator structure of lambdoid bacteriophage DNAs
    G Hobom
    Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol 43:165-78. 1979
    ..1978; Crosa et al., this volume) or the F factor (Helinski et al., this volume), and they may be more common than presently expected...
  33. ncbi 178-Nucleotide sequence surrounding the cos site of bacteriophage lambda DNA
    B P Nichols
    J Virol 26:429-34. 1978
    ..DNA from another closely related lambda strain, lambdacI857prm116Sam7, has about 10% divergence in the sequence of the first 110 nucleotides at the right end and has a 17-member perfect inverted repeat sequence...
  34. ncbi Nucleotide-sequence analysis of a chi site
    G R Smith
    Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol 43:1067-8. 1979
  35. ncbi The relationship between function and DNA sequence in an intercistronic regulatory region in phage lambda
    M Rosenberg
    Nature 272:414-23. 1978
    ..The potential molecular interactions and structural overlaps of these control signals apparently couple the regulation of the decision between lytic and lysogenic growth patterns by phage lambda...
  36. ncbi Nucleotide sequence of the attachment site of coliphage lambda
    R W Davies
    Nature 270:757-60. 1977
  37. ncbi Sequence of Cro gene of bacteriophage lambda
    T M Roberts
    Nature 270:274-5. 1977
  38. ncbi Mutational analysis of the operators of bacteriophage lambda
    S M Flashman
    Mol Gen Genet 166:61-73. 1978
    ..The results obtained support a model for repression of the early lambda operons where repressor bound at binding sites 1 and 2 interferes with RNA polymerase binding to the promotor sites...
  39. ncbi Interaction of int protein with specific sites on lambda att DNA
    W Ross
    Cell 18:297-307. 1979
    ..No sequences from this region are protected by Int in the presence of heparin...
  40. ncbi Viral integration and excision: structure of the lambda att sites
    A Landy
    Science 197:1147-60. 1977
  41. ncbi The nucleotide sequence in the promoter region of the gene N in bacteriophage lambda
    D G Kleid
    J Biol Chem 250:5574-82. 1975
    ....
  42. ncbi Nucleotide sequence of cro, cII and part of the O gene in phage lambda DNA
    E Schwarz
    Nature 272:410-4. 1978
    ..The right-hand boundaries of the lambdaimm434 and lambdaimm21 substitutions and the cy42 mutation have been located...
  43. ncbi Dissection and comparative anatomy of the origins of replication of lambdoid phages
    D D Moore
    Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol 43:155-63. 1979
  44. ncbi DNA sequence of the bacteriophage gama cI gene
    R T Sauer
    Nature 276:301-2. 1978
  45. ncbi The N protein of bacteriophage lambda, defined by its DNA sequence, is highly basic
    N C Franklin
    Gene 8:107-19. 1979
    ..Reading is stopped at a single TAG codon. The protein coded is therefore 133 or, more probably, 107 amino acids long, rich in lysine, arginine and proline...
  46. ncbi Sequence of the promoter-operator proximal region of the major leftward RNA of bacteriophage lambda
    J E Dahlberg
    Nucleic Acids Res 2:1441-58. 1975
    ..The first potential translation initiation codon which is not followed by an in-phase termination codon is a GUG located 90 nucleotides from the transcription startpoint...
  47. ncbi The lambda phage att site: functional limits and interaction with Int protein
    P L Hsu
    Nature 285:85-91. 1980
    ..This 'donor site' recombines efficiently with a smaller 'recipient site' that lacks the extensive interactions with Int protein...
  48. ncbi Recognition sequences of repressor and polymerase in the operators of bacteriophage lambda
    T Maniatis
    Cell 5:109-13. 1975
    ..Superimposed on each operator is an E. coli RNA polymerase recognition site (promoter). Similarities in the sequences of the two lambda promoters, a lac promoter, and an E. coli RNA polymerase recognition site in SV40 DNA are noted...
  49. ncbi Deletions of lambda phage locating a prm mutation within the rightward operator
    G R Smith
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 73:712-6. 1976
    ..prm-116, which inactivates the promoter essential for the maintenance of lambda repressor synthesis, is located within OR between the endpoints of spi-113 and spi-274...
  50. ncbi Nucleotide sequence of the rightward operator of phage lambda
    T Maniatis
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 72:1184-8. 1975
    ..Previous experiments have shown that this operator contains multiple sites recognized by the lambda phage repressor. We believe we have identified three of these sites...
  51. ncbi Autoregulation and function of a repressor in bacteriophage lambda
    M Ptashne
    Science 194:156-61. 1976
  52. ncbi Lambda repressor regulates the switch between PR and Prm promoters
    V Pirrotta
    Nature 262:665-9. 1976
    ..Prm mRNA is unique in beginning immediately with the initiation of translation, without a preceding leader sequence...
  53. ncbi Physical structure of the replication origin of bacteriophage lambda
    K Denniston-Thompson
    Science 198:1051-6. 1977
    ..Three of the ori- mutations are small deletions, and one is a transversion. The sequence of the origin region, defined by these mutations, contains a number of unusual features...
  54. ncbi DNA sequence at the end of the cI gene in bacteriophage lambda
    Z Humayun
    Nucleic Acids Res 4:2137-43. 1977
    ..This GUG triplet is preceded by a sequence that could serve as a strong ribosome binding site for the rex message...
  55. ncbi Completed DNA sequences and organization of repressor-binding sites in the operators of phage lambda
    Z Humayun
    J Mol Biol 112:265-77. 1977
  56. ncbi DNA base sequence of the po promoter region of phage lamdba
    G Scherer
    Nature 265:117-21. 1977
    ..The remaining 58 nucleotide pairs preceding the start point of transcription show homologies to the lamdbaL and lamdbapR promoter regions, and are concluded to contain the lamdbapo promoter sequence...
  57. ncbi A single base-pair change creates a Chi recombinational hotspot in bacteriophage lambda
    K U Sprague
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 75:6182-6. 1978
    ..Presumably, this change creates a nucleotide sequence recognized by a protein involved in a rate-limiting step of recombination...
  58. ncbi Regulation of int gene transcription by bacteriophage lambda. Location of the RNA start generated by an int constitutive mutation
    J Abraham
    J Mol Biol 146:157-65. 1981
  59. ncbi Site-specific recombination functions of bacteriophage lambda: DNA sequence of regulatory regions and overlapping structural genes for Int and Xis
    R H Hoess
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 77:2482-6. 1980
    ..This result, in conjunction with comparisons with other promoter sequences and other sequences responding to cII/cIII action, leads to a tentative identification of the p(I) promoter and site of cII/cIII action...
  60. ncbi Lambda phage DNA sequences affecting the packaging process
    T Miwa
    Gene 24:199-206. 1983
    ..The enhancing region has 15-bp inverted repeats. These sequences are conserved in the corresponding region of bacteriophage phi 80, which has the same packaging specificity as lambda...
  61. ncbi Determination of genes, restriction sites, and DNA sequences surrounding the 6S RNA template of bacteriophage lambda
    J Sklar
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 72:1817-21. 1975
    ..This article reports the nucleotide sequence following a known site of transcription termination by RNA polymerase of Escherichia coli...
  62. ncbi DNA sequence of the int-xis-Pi region of the bacteriophage lambda; overlap of the int and xis genes
    R W Davies
    Nucleic Acids Res 8:1765-82. 1980
    ..The end of the xis gene in its turn overlaps the start of the int gene by 23 base pairs, in a different reading frame. This overlap may play a role in ensuring efficient excision of the prophage in response to natural induction signals...
  63. ncbi Nucleotide sequence of the O gene and of the origin of replication in bacteriophage lambda DNA
    G Scherer
    Nucleic Acids Res 5:3141-56. 1978
    ..The central part of the O gene contains a cluster of symmetrical sequences extending over 160 base pairs. The point mutation of the cis-dominant replication mutant ti12 is located in this region...
  64. ncbi Regulation of the integration-excision reaction by bacteriophage lambda
    H I Miller
    Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol 45:439-45. 1981
  65. ncbi Identification of sequences necessary for packaging DNA into lambda phage heads
    T Miwa
    Gene 20:267-79. 1982
    ..Plasmid ppBest 322, a derivative of pBR322 carrying this portable packager and both amp and tet genes, was constructed. This plasmid is useful for cloning of large DNA fragments...
  66. ncbi The integrase promoter and T'I terminator in bacteriophages lambda and 434
    M Benedik
    Virology 126:658-68. 1983
    ..When restriction fragments carrying the promoter-terminator segments from each of these phages were inserted into the trp operon, both responded identically to cII activation, and both caused termination...
  67. ncbi DNA sequence of regulatory region for integration gene of bacteriophage lambda
    J Abraham
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 77:2477-81. 1980
    ..Differential expression of the int and xis genes results because the p(I) transcript lacks the initiation codon for Xis protein synthesis...
  68. ncbi Complete nucleotide sequence of the bacteriophage lambda DNA region containing gene Q and promoter pR'
    N A Petrov
    FEBS Lett 133:316-20. 1981