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Experiments on the Binding Sites and the Action of Some Antibiotics which Inhibit Ribosomal Functions

  • R. Werner
  • A. Kollak
  • D. Nierhaus
  • G. Schreiner
  • K. H. Nierhaus
Part of the Topics in Infectious Diseases book series (TIDIS, volume 1)

Abstract

We describe experiments (A) on an antibiotic which binds to the 50S subunit of procaryotic ribosomes (chloramphenicol), (B) on an antibiotic which binds specifically to the 30S subunit (streptomycin), and (C) on a group of antibiotics whose binding sites are not yet well known (tetracycline and some of its derivatives).

Keywords

Ribosomal Subunit Equilibrium Dialysis Peptidyltransferase Center Dependent Binding Ribosomal Activity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Werner
  • A. Kollak
  • D. Nierhaus
  • G. Schreiner
  • K. H. Nierhaus

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