Published in Telemedicine Law Weekly, January 13th, 2007
Study 1: Data detailed in "Structure of a hyper-cleavable monomeric fragment of phage lambda repressor containing the cleavage site region" have been presented. According to a study from the United States, "The key event in the switch from lysogenic to lytic growth of phage lambda is the self-cleavage of lambda repressor, which is induced by the formation of a RecA-ssDNA-ATP filament at a site of DNA damage. Lambda repressor cleaves itself at the peptide bond between Ala111 and Gly112, but only when bound as a monomer to the RecA-ssDNA-ATP filament."
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