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The procedure relied on a protocol in which shoot organogenesis was induced on cotyledons of mung bean genotypes selected for susceptibility to agrobacterium seems to work reproducibly if not efficiently. Approximately 4-5% of the shoots produced on the kanamycin selected cotyledons are transgenic based on assays on kanamycin resistance and GUS activity.(More)
From Mimosa pudica fresh leaves and pulvinar callus cells, we have purified tubulin protein using an anion-exchange resin, DEAE-Sephadex A-50, followed by ammonium sulfate fractionation and Sephadex G-200 gel filtration. The purified protein consisted of alpha and beta subunits and trace quantities of other proteins. When analysed by sodium dodecyl(More)
A comprehensive in silico analysis of 71 species representing the different taxonomic classes and physiological genre of the domain Archaea was performed. These organisms differed in their physiological attributes, particularly oxygen tolerance and energy metabolism. We explored the diversity and similarity in the codon usage pattern in the genes and(More)
A comparative genomic analysis of three species of the soil bacterium Arthrobacter was undertaken with specific emphasis on genes involved in important and core energy metabolism pathways like glycolysis and amino acid metabolism. During the course of this study, it was revealed that codon bias of a particular species, namely Arthrobacter aurescens TC1, is(More)
Comparative analysis of metabolic pathways among widely diverse species provides an excellent opportunity to extract information about the functional relation of organisms and pentose phosphate pathway exemplifies one such pathway. A comparative codon usage analysis of the pentose phosphate pathway genes of a diverse group of organisms representing(More)
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