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Sod2 is the major salt tolerance plasma membrane protein of Schizosaccharomyces pombe. It functions to remove excess intracellular sodium (or lithium) in exchange for protons. We investigated the role of cysteine residues and created a cysteine-free Sod2 protein. Each cysteine residue of the ten present was individually mutated to serine and the different(More)
Two important biologically active compounds were isolated from Mallotus philippensis. The isolated compounds were characterized using spectroanalytical techniques and found to be bergenin (1) and 11-O-galloylbergenin (2). The in vitro antioxidant and antiplasmodial activities of the isolated compounds were determined. For the antioxidant potential, three(More)
A new simple, rapid and accurate reverse phase high Performance liquid chromatography assay has been developed for the estimation of Streptomycin. The estimation of streptomycin was done by Hitachi D-2000 Elite HPLC system manager using gradient pump system. From two pumps (L-2130) A containing mobile phase Methanol was adjusted on 40% flow while the pump B(More)
SOS1 is the plasma membrane Na+/H+ antiporter of Arabidopsis thaliana. It is responsible for the removal of intracellular sodium in exchange for an extracellular proton. SOS1 is composed of 1146 amino acids. Approximately 450 make the membrane domain, while the protein contains and a very large regulatory cytosolic domain of about 696 amino acids.(More)
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