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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25269394/the-origin-variability-of-the-iliolumbar-artery-and-iatrogenic-sciatica
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Waseem Al Talalwah, Shorok Ali Al Dorazi, Roger Soames
The iliolumbar artery (ILA) is a standard branch from the posterior trunk of the internal iliac artery. It is the only pelvic artery ascending from pelvic cavity. Current study comprises 171 cadavers dissection to assess the origin variability of ILA. The present study identified the incidence of the ILA origin variability in Caucasian population which also clarified the iliolumbar variability in males and females. The current study shows that the ILA arises from the common iliac artery in 2%, from the external iliac artery in 0...
July 2015: European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology: Orthopédie Traumatologie
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24247475/a-feasibility-study-of-cerebral-oximetry-during-in-hospital-mechanical-and-manual-cardiopulmonary-resuscitation
#2
Sam Parnia, Asad Nasir, Anna Ahn, Hanan Malik, Jie Yang, Jiawen Zhu, Francis Dorazi, Paul Richman
OBJECTIVE: A major hurdle limiting the ability to improve the quality of resuscitation has been the lack of a noninvasive real-time detection system capable of monitoring the quality of cerebral and other organ perfusion, as well as oxygen delivery during cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Here, we report on a novel system of cerebral perfusion targeted resuscitation. DESIGN: An observational study evaluating the role of cerebral oximetry (Equanox; Nonin, Plymouth, MI, and Invos; Covidien, Mansfield, MA) as a real-time marker of cerebral perfusion and oxygen delivery together with the impact of an automated mechanical chest compression system (Life Stat; Michigan Instruments, Grand Rapids, MI) on oxygen delivery and return of spontaneous circulation following in-hospital cardiac arrest...
April 2014: Critical Care Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17163966/equal-rates-of-repair-of-dna-photoproducts-in-transcribed-and-non-transcribed-strands-in-sulfolobus-solfataricus
#3
Robert Dorazi, Dorothee Götz, Stacey Munro, Rolf Bernander, Malcolm F White
The nucleotide excision repair (NER) pathway removes bulky lesions such as photoproducts from DNA. In both bacteria and eukarya, lesions located in transcribed strands are repaired significantly faster than those located in non-transcribed strands due to damage signalling by stalled RNA polymerase molecules: a phenomenon known as transcription-coupled repair (TCR). TCR requires a mechanism for coupling the detection of stalled RNA polymerase molecules to the NER pathway, provided in bacteria by the Mfd protein...
January 2007: Molecular Microbiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17011573/pcna-activates-the-holliday-junction-endonuclease-hjc
#4
Robert Dorazi, Joanne L Parker, Malcolm F White
The resolving enzyme Hjc, which cleaves Holliday junctions with a high degree of structural specificity, is conserved in all archaea. Like RuvC in Escherichia coli, Hjc functions in the related processes of homologous recombination and double-strand break repair. In bacteria, the RuvAB complex binds Holliday junctions and catalyses ATP-dependent branch migration, but the equivalent proteins in archaea and eukarya are unknown. Here, we demonstrate that Hjc from Sulfolobus solfataricus forms a physical interaction with the sliding clamp PCNA via a C-terminal PCNA-interacting peptide (PIP) motif in Hjc...
December 1, 2006: Journal of Molecular Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/14604591/can-trnas-act-as-antisense-rna-the-case-of-muta-and-dnaq
#5
Robert Dorazi
Many mutator genes have been characterized in E. coli, but the realization that mutA, the most recent mutator pathway described, encodes for a missense suppressor glycine tRNA caused a real surprise. The connection between expression of mutA and a 10 times increase in the spontaneous mutation rate is not readily explainable. The first attempt to describe the mechanism of action suggested a direct mistranslation of one subunit of polymerase III (PolIII) and the ideal candidate was the epsilon subunit carrying the 3'-->5' exonuclease activity...
December 7, 2003: Journal of Theoretical Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/11967074/expression-of-mutant-alanine-trnas-increases-spontaneous-mutagenesis-in-escherichia-coli
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Robert Dorazi, Josephine J Lingutla, M Zafri Humayun
The expression of mutA, an allele of the glycine tRNA gene glyV, can confer a novel mutator phenotype that correlates with its ability to promote Asp-->Gly mistranslation. Both activities are mediated by a single base change within the anticodon such that the mutant tRNA can decode aspartate codons (GAC/U) instead of the normal glycine codons (GCC/U). Here, we investigate whether specific Asp-->Gly mistranslation is required for the unexpected mutator phenotype. To address this question, we created and expressed 18 individual alleles of alaV, the gene encoding an alanine tRNA, in which the alanine anticodon was replaced with those specifying other amino acids such that the mutant (alaVX) tRNAs are expected to potentiate X-->Ala mistranslation, where X is one of the other amino acids...
April 2002: Molecular Microbiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/11065367/the-sos-promoter-dinh-is-essential-for-ftsk-transcription-during-cell-division
#7
R Dorazi, S J Dewar
The formation of the Escherichia coli division septum has been well characterized and the majority of the genes involved have been shown to map to the dcw cluster. One exception is ftsK, which lies at 20 minutes, immediately downstream of the global response regulatory gene, lrp. The promoter for ftsK has not yet been assigned. Here, it is reported that ftsK is transcribed from two promoters; the first is located within the lrp reading frame and is dispensable whilst the second is essential and corresponds to dinH, previously characterized as an SOS promoter regulated by LexA...
November 2000: Microbiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/10931284/proteolysis-of-spolvb-is-a-critical-determinant-in-signalling-of-pro-sigmak-processing-in-bacillus-subtilis
#8
P R Wakeley, R Dorazi, N T Hoa, J R Bowyer, S M Cutting
SpoIVB is essential for intercompartmental signalling in the sigma(K)-checkpoint of Bacillus subtilis. SpoIVB is synthesized in the spore chamber and is the signal which activates proteolytic processing of pro-sigma(K) to its mature and active form sigma(K). We show here that SpoIVB is a serine peptidase of the SA clan. Expression of SpoIVB in Escherichia coli has shown that SpoIVB is able to self-cleave into at least three discrete products, and in vitro studies have shown cleavage in trans. Autoproteolysis of SpoIVB is tightly linked to the initiation of the two developmental functions of this protein, signalling of pro-sigma(K) processing and a yet, uncharacterized, second function which is essential for the formation of heat-resistant spores...
June 2000: Molecular Microbiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/10922461/membrane-topology-of-the-n-terminus-of-the-escherichia-coli-ftsk-division-protein
#9
R Dorazi, S J Dewar
The Escherichia coli FtsK protein targets the septum, is essential for cell division and may play a role in DNA partitioning. Computer modelling suggests that the first 180 amino acids of the protein are embedded in the cytoplasmic membrane by up to six transmembrane domains. We demonstrate, using gene fusions, that the N-terminus contains four transmembrane helices that link two periplasmic domains. The first periplasmic domain contains an HEXXH amino acid sequence characteristic of zinc metalloproteases. We show by mutation analysis that the conserved glutamic acid of the HEXXH sequence is essential for FtsK function during septation...
July 28, 2000: FEBS Letters
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/10828391/control-of-division-gene-expression-in-escherichia-coli
#10
REVIEW
S J Dewar, R Dorazi
Duplication of the Escherichia coli bacterial cell culminates in the formation of a division septum that splits the progenitor cell into two identical daughter cells. Invagination of the cell envelope is brought about by the co-ordinated interplay of a family of septation-specific proteins that act locally at mid-cell at a specific time in the cell cycle. The majority of the genes known to be required for septum formation are found within the large mra cluster located at 2 min on the E. coli genetic map (nucleotides 89552-107474)...
June 1, 2000: FEMS Microbiology Letters
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