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Replication initiator protein of plasmid R6K autoregulates its own synthesis at the transcriptional step Kelley, William; Bastia, D 1985
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Replication of plasmid R6K origin gamma in vitro. Dependence on dual initiator proteins and inhibition by transcription MacAllister, T W; Kelley, William; Miron, A; Stenzel, T T; Bastia, D 1991
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Conformational changes induced by integration host factor at origin gamma of R6K and copy number control Kelley, William; Bastia, D 1991
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Replication terminator protein of Escherichia coli is a transcriptional repressor of its own synthesis Natarajan, S; Kelley, William; Bastia, D 1991
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Chaperones and protein folding Kelley, William; Georgopoulos, C. 1992
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Activation in vivo of the minimal replication origin beta of plasmid R6K requires a small target sequence essential for DNA looping Kelley, William; Bastia, D 1992
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Structural and functional analysis of a replication enhancer: separation of the enhancer activity from origin function by mutational dissection of the replication origin gamma of plasmid R6K. Kelley, William; Patel, I; Bastia, D 1992
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Chaperone power in a virus? Kelley, William; Landry, S. J. 1994
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The T/t common exon of simian virus 40, JC, and BK polyomavirus T antigens can functionally replace the J-domain of the Escherichia coli DnaJ molecular chaperone Kelley, William; Georgopoulos, C. 1997
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Positive control of the two-component RcsC/B signal transduction network by DjlA: a member of the DnaJ family of molecular chaperones in Escherichia coli Kelley, William; Georgopoulos, C. 1997
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Structure-function analyses of the Ssc1p, Mdj1p, and Mge1p Saccharomyces cerevisiae mitochondrial proteins in Escherichia coli Deloche, Olivier; Kelley, William; Georgopoulos, C. 1997
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The J-domain family and the recruitment of chaperone power Kelley, William 1998
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Cysteine-string proteins regulate exocytosis of insulin independent from transmembrane ion fluxes Zhang, H.; Kelley, William; Chamberlain, L. H.; Burgoyne, R. D.; ... Lang, Jochen 1998
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Molecular chaperones: How J domains turn on Hsp70s Kelley, William 1999
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Recognition, targeting, and hydrolysis of the lambda O replication protein by the ClpP/ClpX protease Gonciarz-Swiatek, M.; Wawrzynow, Alicja; Um, S. J.; Learn, B. A.; ... Zylicz, M. 1999
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Mutational analysis of cysteine-string protein function in insulin exocytosis Zhang, H.; Kelley, William; Chamberlain, L. H.; Burgoyne, R. D.; Lang, Jochen 1999
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Bcl-2 decreases the free Ca2+ concentration within the endoplasmic reticulum Foyouzi-Youssefi, Reyhaneh; Arnaudeau, Serge; Borner, C.; Kelley, William; ... Krause, Karl-Heinz 2000
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Selective inhibition of nuclear steroid receptor function by a protein from a human tumorigenic poxvirus Chen, N.; Baudino, T.; MacDonald, P. N.; Green, M.; ... Buller, R. M. 2000
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The djlA gene acts synergistically with dnaJ in promoting Escherichia coli growth Genevaux, P.; Schwager, Françoise; Georgopoulos, C.; Kelley, William 2001
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DjlA is a third DnaK co-chaperone of Escherichia coli, and DjlA-mediated induction of colanic acid capsule requires DjlA-DnaK interaction Genevaux, P.; Wawrzynow, Alicja; Zylicz, M.; Georgopoulos, C.; Kelley, William 2001
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