Initiation of phage phi 29 DNA replication by mutants with deletions at the carboxyl end of the terminal protein.

Gene (1986), Volume 43, Page 103

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Series of deletions at the C end of p3, the phage phi 29 DNA terminal protein (TP), have been constructed and characterized. Measurements of the activity of those deletion mutants in the formation of the p3-dAMP initiation complex in vitro indicate the need of an intact C-end for the normal TP primer function in DNA replication. It appears that the region at the C-end between aa 240 and 262 of p3, or part of it, might be essential for the normal TP function.

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