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Purified EcoP15 and a crude extract from a res- mod+ deletion mutant of EcoP15 were electrophoresed in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate, and the gel was then reacted with the EcoP15 antibody. Although the two subunits were detected in EcoP15, only the smaller one was found in the mutant extract. The same experiment was repeated with EcoPI and a res-mod+ mutant of PI. Two bands were seen when EcoP15 was reacted with the EcoPl5 antibody, but only the smaller subunit was detected in the mutant extract.

Hadi SM, Yuan R: Complementation in vitro by mutant restriction enzymes from Escherichia coli K. J Bioi Chem 1974;249:4580-4586. Type I and Type III Restriction-Modification Enzymes 35 Hadi SM, Bachi B, Shepherd JCW, Yuan R, Ineichen K, Bickle TA: DNA recognition and cleavage by the EcoP15 restriction endonuclease. J Mol Bioi 1979; 134:655-666. Hadi SM, Bachi B, Iida S, Bickle TA: DNA restriction-modification enzymes of phage PI and plasmid p15B: subunit functions and structural homologies. J Mol Bioi 1983; 165:19-34.

Actinomycin D and heparin inhibit both endonuclease and methylase activities. methylated recognition complexes were incubated with either inhibitor before ATP addition, no DNA methylation was detected. When unmodified complexes were used in the same experiment, no inhibition of DNA cleavage took place. Therefore, EeaK bound to hemimethylated sites was susceptible to inhibition by Actinomycin D and heparin, whereas EeaK bound to un methylated sites was resistant. The Effect of ATP on Recognition Complexes The interaction of ATP with the recognition complexes commits each one to its final course of action.

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