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Environmental and binding dependence of protein terahertz dielectric response
Terahertz (THz) generation and detection techniques have been developed widely and improved in the last few decades. THz techniques have been applied to many fields, such as medical support (THz imaging for breast cancer ...
The response of proteasome activator 200kD to DNA damage
Upon exposure to DNA damaging agents, eukaryotic cells employ a complex cellular response, which includes cell signaling and protein recruitment events, in order to sense and repair DNA damage. The correction of DNA ...
Recycling acetate for improving flavanones production from Escherichia coli
Acetate is a toxic by-product of glucose metabolism in Escherichia coli. In the present work, endogenous metabolic networks of E. coli were re-designed to improve the autonomous recycling of acetate into acetyl-CoA. In ...
Characterization ofhsp110 andgrp170 interactions with scavenger receptors
Hsp110 is a cytosolic chaperone protein and grp170 is a related endoplasmic reticulum chaperone protein. Both can induce immune responses against tumors when complexed to tumor antigens and injected into mice. Mechanisms ...
Differential gene expression of a anthox-like gene in the gorgonian, Pseudopterogorgia elisabethae
Phenotypic plasticity, the ability of an organism to alter its phenotype in response to environmental change, is a fundamental component in the development of many organisms. Gorgonian coral branching provides an excellent ...
Protein arginine methylation. The guardian of cell survival: The role of PRMT1 in cell viability
Protein arginine methylation is a common posttranslational modification in eukaryotes that can affect many cellular functions such as transcription, cell differentiation and lymphocyte signaling. In my study, I demonstrate ...