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Expression of Nrf2 in Neurodegenerative Diseases
In response to oxidative stress, the nuclear factor E2-related factor 2 (Nrf2) transcription factor translocates from the cytoplasm into the nucleus and transactivates expression of genes withExpand
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Denitrification of high-nitrate, high-salinity wastewater
Abstract Denitrification of a wastewater containing 36,000 mg/L NO 3 − (8,200 mg/L NO 3 –N) with ionic strength of 3.0 has been achieved using activated sludge in bench-scale sequencing batchExpand
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The Pharmacological and Functional Characteristics of the Serotonin 5-HT3A Receptor Are Specifically Modified by a 5-HT3B Receptor Subunit*
While homomers containing 5-HT3A subunits form functional ligand-gated serotonin (5-HT) receptors in heterologous expression systems (Jackson, M. B., and Yakel, J. L. (1995) Annu. Rev. Physiol. 57,Expand
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Inhibition of denitrification in activated sludge by nitrite
Nitrite inhibition of denitrification was investigated using activated sludge that had been adapted to a wastewater containing moderately high levels of nitrate (1350 mg/L a/N) and salinity (40000Expand
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Surfen, a small molecule antagonist of heparan sulfate
In a search for small molecule antagonists of heparan sulfate, we examined the activity of bis-2-methyl-4-amino-quinolyl-6-carbamide, also known as surfen. Fluorescence-based titrations indicatedExpand
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The alpha‐helical rod domain of human lamins A and C contains a chromatin binding site.
We examined regions of human lamins A and C involved in binding to surfaces of mitotic chromosomes. An Escherichia coli expression system was used to produce full‐length lamin A and lamin C, andExpand
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Application of an artificial neural network to predict specific class I MHC binding peptide sequences
Computational methods were used to predict the sequences of peptides that bind to the MHC class I molecule, Kb. The rules for predicting binding sequences, which are limited, are based on preferencesExpand
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Metabolic engineering of Chinese hamster ovary cells: towards a bioengineered heparin.
Heparin is the most widely used pharmaceutical to control blood coagulation in modern medicine. A health crisis that took place in 2008 led to a demand for production of heparin from non-animalExpand
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In vitro posttranslational modification of lamin B cloned from a human T-cell line.
Autoimmune diseases are characterized by spontaneously occurring autoantibodies which have proven to be useful reagents for the characterization of specific nuclear proteins. Using a monoclonalExpand
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CENP-B is a highly conserved mammalian centromere protein with homology to the helix-loop-helix family of proteins
CENP-B is a centromere associated protein originally identified in human cells as an 80 kDa autoantigen recognized by sera from patients with anti-centromere antibodies (ACA). Recent evidenceExpand
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