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Title: Structure and Function of Methyltransferases from antibiotic resistance Bacteroides of human intestine and a study on Nm/Ng with CaM
Authors: VEERENDRA KUMAR
Keywords: Methyltransferase, BT_2972, BVU_3255, Calmodulin(CaM), Neurogranin, Neuromodulin
Issue Date: 19-Aug-2011
Source: VEERENDRA KUMAR (2011-08-19). Structure and Function of Methyltransferases from antibiotic resistance Bacteroides of human intestine and a study on Nm/Ng with CaM. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis consists of two parts ¿ Part I (Chapter 1-5): structural and functional analysis of two methyltransferases from two different species of the genus Bacteroides. Part II (Chapter 6-7) consist of the biophysical characterization of two neuron specific protein kinase C (PKC) substrate proteins Neuromodulin (Nm) and Neurogranin (Ng), and its structure of the IQ domain in complex with Calmodulin (CaM).
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/34485
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