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Crystallizing RNA has been an imperative and challenging task in the world of RNA research. Assistive methods such as chaperone-assisted RNA crystallography (CARC), employing monoclonal antibody fragments (Fabs) as crystallization chaperones have enabled us to obtain RNA crystal structures by...
Genome analysis has indicated that plants, like animals, possess a variety of protease genes. However, bulk of putative proteases has not been characterized at the enzyme level. In this article, a novel enzyme that hydrolyses phenylalanyl-4-methylcoumaryl 7-amide (phenylalanyl-MCA) was purified...
Dr Tsuiki made three major contributions during his illustrious career as a biochemist. First, he developed the procedure for mucin isolation from bovine submaxillary glands. His work became the basis for mucin biochemistry. Second, he identified four distinct molecular species of mammalian...
The interaction between a goose-type lysozyme from ostrich egg white (OEL) and chitin oligosaccharides ((GlcNAc) n ( n = 2, 4 and 6)) was studied by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. A stable isotope-labelled OEL was produced in Pichia pastoris , and backbone resonance assignments...
Recent reports have indicated that some low-molecular-weight compounds mimic neurotrophic factors inducing neurite outgrowth and neuroprotection. Carnosic acid (CA) promotes neurite outgrowth through the activation of Nrf2 in PC12 cells. CA also protects neurons via the keap/Nrf2 transcriptional...
Lectins are proteins that agglutinate cells and exhibit an antibody like, sugar-binding specificity. Professor Toshiaki Osawa has discovered, purified and characterized many plant lectins that display diverse biological activities. Using lectins as biochemical tools, he developed methods to...
Anti- Lactobacillus johnsonii (LJ) antisera generated by immunization of rabbits with LJ reacted with glyceroglycolipids in LJ, i.e. dihexaosyl diacylglycerol (DH-DG), trihexaosyl DG (TH-DG) and tetrahexaosyl DG (TetH-DG), whose reactivities with antisera increased proportionally with longer...
NF-kappaB repressing factor (NRF) is a nuclear transcription factor that binds to a specific DNA sequence in NF-kappaB target promoters. Previous reports suggested that NRF interferes with the transcriptional activity of NF-kappaB binding sites through a direct interaction with NF-kappaB...
Sialic acid represents a critical sugar component located at the outermost position of glycoconjugates, playing important roles in extensive biological processes. To date, however, there have been only few probes which show affinity to α(2,3)-linked sialic acid-containing glycoconjugates....
The present study reports a new type of skin mucus lectin found in catfish Silurus asotus . The lectin exhibited calcium-dependent mannose-binding activity. When mannose eluate from chromatography with mannose-conjugated agarose was analysed by SDS–PAGE, the lectin appeared as a single 35-kDa...
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