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Vinelandii research community are actively involved in this project, which should result in a ‘finished’ and ‘annotated’ analysis of the genome for publication in 2004. The genome of A. 3 Mb of DNA; the GC content is ~65%. , 1990). , 1994). The mechanistic basis for and significance of this plasticity in chromosome content is not well-understood. A. vinelandii strain AvOP is not known to contain endogenous plasmids, whereas other species and strains of Azotobacter may contain up to five or six native plasmids, as occurs in A.
Pneumoniae. , 13, 4539-4555. Cannon, F. , Dixon, R. , Postgate, J. , and Primrose, S. B. (1974a). Chromosomal integration of Klebsiella nitrogen fixation genes in Escherichia coli. J. Gen. , 80, 227-239. Cannon, F. , Dixon, R. , Postgate, J. , and Primrose, S. B. (1974b). Plasmids formed in nitrogenfixing Escherichia coli-Klebsiella pneumoniae hybrids. J. Gen. , 80, 241-251. Cannon, F. , Reidel, G. , and Ausubel, F. (1977). Recombinant plasmid that carries part of the nitrogen fixation (nif) gene cluster of Klebsiella pneumoniae.
1999). , 2002). The poor solubility of the K. pneumoniae NifL protein also hampered analysis of its role in regulating the activity of NifA. , 1996, 1998). , 1990). NifL isolated from inclusion bodies by denaturation and subsequent refolding was competent to inhibit transcriptional activation either by an MBP-NifA fusion or by the isolated catalytic domain of NifA. The renatured NifL did not inhibit transcription by NtrC, implying that the inhibition was specific to the interaction with NifA.