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- logiciel frilog 4 0 rapidshareSequence of triosephosphate isomerase gene from an extremely thermoacidophilic eubacterium Alicyclobacillus acidophilus MK10. The complete nucleotide sequence of the gene encoding triosephosphate isomerase from Alicyclobacillus acidophilus MK10 was determined. The gene consists of 1,720 nucleotides encoding a polypeptide with 557 amino acid residues. The protein contains a molecular mass of 61,977 Da, which corresponds to its theoretical molecular mass of 61,986 Da deduced from the nucleotide sequence. The overall amino acid sequence of the triosephosphate isomerase showed a high degree of similarity with that of known eubacterial triosephosphate isomerases. The molecular mass of the enzyme was determined to be 62,001 Da by mass spectrometry, indicating that the C-terminal one-third of the polypeptide is glycosylated. The triosephosphate isomerase gene showed high similarity with the gene encoding this enzyme in extremely thermoacidophilic archaea in all regions except the C-terminal region.June's SCOTTISH REACH RD&A This June's SCOTTISH REACH RD&A is dedicated to celebrating Scotland’s role in the history of the world through our incredible heritage. You can explore 100 years of heritage today by visiting our website with over 30 features, where we can trace the history of the nation, from our roots to the present day, as well as learning about the contributions our ancestors have made to the world. With our calendar of events throughout the year, you can stay connected to some of the most incredible heritage in Scotland today. Find out more about the site’s history and heritage and see what makes our incredible country a remarkable place to visit. All month, you can view amazing images from the national collection, such as the image of Queen Victoria wearing a tartan coat, taken in Edinburgh Castle in 1887 and view images from the Scottish Museum and Museums. To celebrate the role of Scotland in creating history, you can help raise awareness of the government’s work to promote the nation’s role in the past and present. To learn more about Scottish heritage, visit www.scottishreach.gov.uk. See what is happening in your area.