Seminalplasmin: an antimicrobial protein from bovine semial plasma which acts in E.coli by specific inhibition of rRNA synthesis

E S P REDDY & P M BHARGAVA

Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology, Regional Research Laboratory, Hyderabad 500 009, India.

Published in: Nature, 1979, 279, 725-728.

Abstract:

Seminal plasma-the fluid in which spermatozoa are ejaculated has been known to inhibit reversibly both RNA and protein synthesis in sperm cells1-3 Here we report the isolation from seminal plasma, purification to homogeneity, and characterisation of a protein which we have called ‘seminalplasmin ‘, that specifically inhibits rRNA synthesis in Escherichia coli and is highly antimicrobial.

PMID: 377100 | DOI: doi:10.1038/279725a0

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Seminalplasmin: an antimicrobial protein from bovine semial plasma which acts in E.coli by specific inhibition of rRNA synthesis. E S P REDDY & P M BHARGAVA. Nature, 1979, 279, 725-728.

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