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The present study determines the regulatory mechanisms that operate on Rhizobium etli glutaminase A. glsA gene expression levels were evaluated under several metabolic conditions by fusions of the glsA gene promoter and the transcriptional reporter cassette uidA2-aad . glsA expression was...
In organ transplantation, preservation injury is an important factor which could influence short-term and long-term graft outcome. The renal medulla is particularly sensitive to oxidant stress and ischemia–reperfusion injury (IRI). Using an autotransplant pig kidney model, we investigated renal...
Many insects display non-homeostatic regulation over blood sugar level. The concentration of trehalose varies dramatically depending on physiological and nutritional state. In the absence of dietary carbohydrate, blood trehalose in larvae of the lepidopteran insect Manduca sexta is maintained by...
Preservation of the native protein structure and biological activity in dry protein/excipient mixtures has been previously attributed to either the glass forming properties of the additives or to their ability to hydrogen bond to the protein. There is evidence that both processes are important...
In invertebrates, lectins play relevant roles in innate immunity; however, their regulatory mechanisms have not been identified yet. In this work, we purified, by gel filtration and affinity chromatography, lectin aggregates circulating in the hemolymph of the freshwater prawn Macrobrachium...
Peptides binding to a Gb3 mimic were selected from 12-mer peptide library. The self-assembled monolayer (SAM) of a Gb3 mimic was formed on the gold surface, and biopanning was carried out with the phage display peptide library. After three rounds of biopanning, four individual sequences were...
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