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Identification of leaf proteins differentially accumulated during cold acclimation between Festuca pratensis plants with distinct levels of frost tolerance.
It was shown that significant differences in profiles of protein accumulation between the analysed plants appeared relatively early during cold acclimation, most often after 26 h (on the 2nd day) of CA and one-half of the differentially accumulated proteins were all parts of the photosynthetic apparatus. Expand
Two-dimensional patterns of soluble proteins including three hydrolytic enzymes of mature pollen of tristylous Lythrum salicaria
Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis (2-DE) was performed to analyze fractions of soluble proteins derived from the pollen coat and protoplast including three hydrolytic enzymes from the six different stamen types, revealing significant differences between pollen from the same flower and between the same type of pollen from two different flowers. Expand
The cobalt(II) complex of a new tridentate Schiff-base ligand as a catalyst for hydrosilylation of olefins
Abstract Condensation of 1-methyl-2-imidazolecarboxaldehyde with 2-(1-methylhydrazinyl)pyridine results in the synthesis of new, tridentate Schiff-base ligand L , which readily reacts with CoCl 2 toExpand
Differences in leaf proteome response to cold acclimation between Lolium perenne plants with distinct levels of frost tolerance.
It was shown that significant differences in profiles of protein accumulation between the analyzed plants appeared most often on the 5th and the 7th day of CA, and proteins derived from 35 (83.3%) spots were successfully identified by the use of MS and chloroplast proteins were shown to be the major group selected as differentially accumulated during CA. Expand
Metabolite profiling during cold acclimation of Lolium perenne genotypes distinct in the level of frost tolerance
The observed differences in the level of frost tolerance between the analysed genotypes could be partially due to the time point of cold acclimation at which the accumulation level of crucial metabolite started to increase. Expand
New benzothiazole based copper(II) hydrazone Schiff base complexes for selective and environmentally friendly oxidation of benzylic alcohols: The importance of the bimetallic species tuned by the
Abstract Green and sustainable chemistry approaches necessitate an ongoing investigation towards new, environmentally benign and selective catalysts. We have thus prepared a newExpand
Proteome and Peptidome of Vipera berus berus Venom
An attempt was made to identify proteins and peptides derived from this species venom by using high resolution two-dimensional electrophoresis and MALDI ToF/ToF mass spectrometry, and all successfully identified peptides belong to the bradykinin-potentiating peptides family. Expand
The effect of Schiff base ligands on the structure and catalytic activity of cobalt complexes in hydrosilylation of olefins
Abstract Environmental and economic aspects render the search for new nonprecious metal hydrosilylation catalysts an up-to-date challenge. Cobalt stands as an interesting alternative to the benchmarkExpand
New Artificial Biomimetic Enzyme Analogues Based on Iron(II/III) Schiff Base Complexes: An Effect of (Benz)imidazole Organic Moieties on Phenoxazinone Synthase and DNA Recognition ‡
A small library of six tridentate N-heterocyclic coordinating agents (L1–L6), which, upon complexation, form two groups of artificial, monometallic non-heme iron species. Expand
Comparison of Methods for Measuring Protein Concentration in Venom Samples
Five methods used to measure protein content in venoms of two snake species: the Viperids representative, Agkistrodon contortrix, and the Elapid representative, Naja ashei are compared to help draw attention to the problem of measuring protein concentration, especially in such a complex mixture as animal venoms. Expand