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Image of Color Plate 1 (chapter 2). Schematic representation of pressure and cold disassembly of icosahedral viruses. The degree of unfolding of coat proteins is represented by a color code (scale at right). The results indicate that the coat proteins can exist in at least four states: (i) the native conformation in the virus capsid; (ii) bound to RNA when the virus is dissociated by pressure at room temperature, assuming a conformation that retains the information for reassembly; (iii) free subunits in a molten-globule conformation when the virus is dissociated by low temperature under pressure; and (iv) free subunits completely unfolded by high concentrations of urea. Empty capsids of single-stranded RNA viruses dissociate into partially unfolded coat proteins with characteristics of a molten globule, different from the completely unfolded state obtained at high concentrations of urea (bottom panel). Particles containing RNA disassemble reversibly into a ribonucleoprotein complex. At subzero temperatures under pressure, coat proteins release the RNA and also achieve a molten globule-like conformation (top panel) (from reference 15).

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Color Plate 1 (chapter 2). Schematic representation of pressure and cold disassembly of icosahedral viruses. The degree of unfolding of coat proteins is represented by a color code (scale at right). The results indicate that the coat proteins can exist in at least four states: (i) the native conformation in the virus capsid; (ii) bound to RNA when the virus is dissociated by pressure at room temperature, assuming a conformation that retains the information for reassembly; (iii) free subunits in a molten-globule conformation when the virus is dissociated by low temperature under pressure; and (iv) free subunits completely unfolded by high concentrations of urea. Empty capsids of single-stranded RNA viruses dissociate into partially unfolded coat proteins with characteristics of a molten globule, different from the completely unfolded state obtained at high concentrations of urea (bottom panel). Particles containing RNA disassemble reversibly into a ribonucleoprotein complex. At subzero temperatures under pressure, coat proteins release the RNA and also achieve a molten globule-like conformation (top panel) (from reference 15).

Schematic representation of pressure and cold disassembly of icosahedral viruses. The degree of unfolding of coat proteins is represented by a color code (scale at right). The results indicate that the coat proteins can exist in at least four states: (i) the native conformation in the virus capsid; (ii) bound to RNA when the virus is dissociated by pressure at room temperature, assuming a conformation that retains the information for reassembly; (iii) free subunits in a molten-globule conformation when the virus is dissociated by low temperature under pressure; and (iv) free subunits completely unfolded by high concentrations of urea. Empty capsids of single-stranded RNA viruses dissociate into partially unfolded coat proteins with characteristics of a molten globule, different from the completely unfolded state obtained at high concentrations of urea (bottom panel). Particles containing RNA disassemble reversibly into a ribonucleoprotein complex. At subzero temperatures under pressure, coat proteins release the RNA and also achieve a molten globule-like conformation (top panel) (from reference 15).

Citation: Michiels C, Bartlett D, Aersten A. 2008. Color Plates, In High-Pressure Microbiology. ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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Image of Color Plate 2 (chapter 13).Cold-seep environments around Japan, studied by JAMSTEC.

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Color Plate 2 (chapter 13).Cold-seep environments around Japan, studied by JAMSTEC.

Cold-seep environments around Japan, studied by JAMSTEC.

Citation: Michiels C, Bartlett D, Aersten A. 2008. Color Plates, In High-Pressure Microbiology. ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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Image of Color Plate 3 (chapter 18). Fluorescent image of an SS9 microarray prepared and examined as previously described (23).

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Color Plate 3 (chapter 18). Fluorescent image of an SS9 microarray prepared and examined as previously described (23).

Fluorescent image of an SS9 microarray prepared and examined as previously described (23).

Citation: Michiels C, Bartlett D, Aersten A. 2008. Color Plates, In High-Pressure Microbiology. ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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