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Structural and enzymatic analyses of a glucosyltransferase Alr3699/HepE involved in Anabaena heterocyst envelop polysaccharide biosynthesis

01.05.2016 | Xue-Ping Wang; Yong-Liang Jiang; Ya-Nan Dai; Wang Cheng; Yuxing Chen; Cong-Zhao Zhou, Glycobiology , 2016

Formation of the heterocyst envelope polysaccharide (HEP) is a key process for cyanobacterial heterocyst differentiation. The maturation of HEP in Anabaena sp. strain PCC 7120 is controlled by a gene cluster termed HEP island in addition to an operon alr3698-alr3699, which encodes two putative ...


Nutritional and Digestive Properties of Protein Isolates Extracted from the Muscle of the Common Carp Using pH‐Shift Processing

29.04.2016 | Yuanyong Tian, Wei Wang, Chunhong Yuan, Long Zhang, Jinyang Liu, Junrong Liu, Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, 2016

Abstract This study details the nutritional and digestive properties of protein isolates that are extracted from carp (Cyprinus Carpio L.) muscle using pH shifting methods. Alkaline (ALPI) and acid (ACPI) protein isolates exhibit higher protein yields (87.6%, 76.3%, respectively). In addition ...


Solid‐State Fermented Flaxseed Oil Cake of Improved Antioxidant Capacity as Potential Food Additive

28.04.2016 | Bożena Stodolak, Anna Starzyńska‐Janiszewska, Anna Wywrocka‐Gurgul, Agnieszka Wikiera, Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, 2016

Abstract The influence of fermentation with Rhizopus oligosporus tempe mold (DSM 1964 or ATCC 64063 strain) on the antioxidant potential of flaxseed oil cake was studied. Solid‐state fermentation (SSF) process resulted in the slight increase in proteins and the significant loss of lipids. ...


Podosome dynamics and location in vascular smooth muscle cells require CLASP‐dependent microtubule bending

23.04.2016 | Xiaodong Zhu, Nadia Efimova, Christopher Arnette, Steven K. Hanks, Irina Kaverina, Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton, 2016

Abstract Extracellular matrix (ECM) remodeling during physiological processes is mediated by invasive protrusions called podosomes. Positioning and dynamics of podosomes define the extent of ECM degradation. Microtubules are known to be involved in podosome regulation, but the role of ...


A HOPS protein, CmVps39, is required for vacuolar morphology, autophagy, growth, conidiogenesis and mycoparasitistic functions of Coniothyrium minitans

22.04.2016 | Xiaoxiang Yang, Hui Cui, Jiasen Cheng, Jiatao Xie, Daohong Jiang, Tom Hsiang, Yanping Fu, Environmental Microbiology, 2016

Abstract Coniothyrium minitans is an important sclerotial and hyphal parasite of the plant pathogen Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. Previously, a conidiation‐deficient mutant, ZS‐1N22225, was screened from a T‐DNA insertional library of C. minitans. CmVps39, a homologue of Vam6p/Vps39p that plays a ...


Changes in Organoleptic, Physicochemical and Nutritional Qualities of Shoots of an Edible Bamboo Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Nees and Arn. Ex Munro During Processing

22.04.2016 | Harjit Kaur Bajwa, C. Nirmala, Ashwani Koul, M.S. Bisht, Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, 2016

Abstract Bamboo shoot has attracted significant attention worldwide due to its nutritive value and health promoting properties. But, a limitation is the short shelf life of the shoots which requires the shoots to be processed for long‐term usage. Processing brings about changes in ...


Lactobacillus reuteri increases mucus thickness and ameliorates DSS‐induced colitis in mice

20.04.2016 | David Ahl, Haoyu Liu, Olof Schreiber, Stefan Roos, Mia Phillipson, Lena Holm, Acta Physiologica, 2016

Abstract Aim The aim of this study was to investigate if two Lactobacillus.reuteri strains (rat‐derived R2LC and human‐derived ATCC PTA 4659 (4659)) could protect mice against DSS induced colitis, as well as delineate the mechanisms behind this protection. Methods Mice were given ...


Suppression of gyrase-mediated resistance by C7 aryl fluoroquinolones

20.04.2016 | Muhammad Malik; Arkady Mustaev; Heidi A. Schwanz; Gan Luan; Nirali Shah; Lisa M. Oppegard; Ernane C. de Souza; Hiros ..., Nucleic Acids Research, 2016

Fluoroquinolones form drug-topoisomerase-DNA complexes that rapidly block transcription and replication. Crystallographic and biochemical studies show that quinolone binding involves a water/metal-ion bridge between the quinolone C3-C4 keto-acid and amino acids in helix-4 of the target proteins, ...


Directing an artificial zinc finger protein to new targets by fusion to a non-DNA-binding domain

20.04.2016 | Wooi F. Lim; Jon Burdach; Alister P.W. Funnell; Richard C.M. Pearson; Kate G.R. Quinlan; Merlin Crossley, Nucleic Acids Research, 2016

Transcription factors are often regarded as having two separable components: a DNA-binding domain (DBD) and a functional domain (FD), with the DBD thought to determine target gene recognition. While this holds true for DNA binding in vitro, it appears that in vivo FDs can also influence genomic ...


Application of wide selected‐ion monitoring (WiSIM)‐data independent acquisition (DIA) to identify tomato fruit proteins regulated by the CUTIN DEFICIENT2 transcription factor

19.04.2016 | Laetitia B.B. Martin, Robert W. Sherwood, Joshua J. Nicklay, Yong Yang, Tara L. Muratore‐Schroeder, Elizabeth T. And ..., PROTEOMICS, 2016

Abstract We describe here the use of label‐free wide selected‐ion monitoring‐data independent acquisition (WiSIM‐DIA) to identify proteins that are involved in the formation of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) fruit cuticles and that are regulated by the transcription factor CUTIN DEFICIENT2 ...


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