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Rapid formation of a supramolecular polypeptide-DNA hydrogel for in situ three-dimensional multilayer bioprinting.
A rapidly formed supramolecular polypeptide-DNA hydrogel was prepared and used for in situ multilayer three-dimensional bioprinting for the first time. By alternative deposition of two complementaryExpand
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Responsive Double Network Hydrogels of Interpenetrating DNA and CB[8] Host-Guest Supramolecular Systems.
A supramolecular double network hydrogel is presented by physical interpenetration of DNA and cucurbit[8]uril networks. In addition to exhibiting an increase in strength and thermal stability, theExpand
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Total synthesis of wedelolactone.
The total synthesis of wedelolactone, a naturally occurring direct inhibitor of IKK complex that can suppress LPS-induced caspase-11 expression, using a convergent synthetic approach, is described.Expand
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Metabonomic Analysis of the Therapeutic Effects of Chinese Medicine Sanqi Oral Solution on Rats With Exhaustive Exercise
Exhaustive exercise has emerged as an important health issue nowadays. This study was designed to assess the metabolite abnormalities of rats after exhaustive exercise and the holistic efficacy ofExpand
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Cloning and expression profiling of the VLDLR gene associated with egg performance in duck (Anas platyrhynchos)
BackgroundThe very low density lipoprotein receptor gene (VLDLR), a member of the low density lipoprotein receptor (LDLR) gene family, plays a crucial role in the synthesis of yolk protein precursorsExpand
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Near-perfect kinetic resolution of racemic p-chlorostyrene oxide by SlEH1, a novel epoxide hydrolase from Solanum lycopersicum with extremely high enantioselectivity.
An open reading frame of sleh1, a gene encoding for a novel epoxide hydrolase from Solanum lycopersicum (SlEH1), was amplified by RT-PCR and expressed in E. coli BL21(DE3). The substrate spectrumExpand
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Substantially improving the enantioconvergence of PvEH1, a Phaseolus vulgaris epoxide hydrolase, towards m-chlorostyrene oxide by laboratory evolution
BackgroundEpoxide hydrolase can regioselectively catalyze the oxirane ring-opening hydrolysis of rac-epoxides producing the corresponding chiral diols. In our laboratory, a gene named pveh1 encodingExpand
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Manipulating regioselectivity of an epoxide hydrolase for single enzymatic synthesis of (R)-1,2-diols from racemic epoxides.
Both the activity and regioselectivity of Phaseolus vulgaris epoxide hydrolase were remarkably improved via reshaping two substrate tunnels based on rational design. The elegant one-stepExpand
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Greatly enhancing the enantioselectivity of PvEH2, a Phaseolus vulgaris epoxide hydrolase, towards racemic 1,2-epoxyhexane via replacing its partial cap-loop.
To achieve the kinetic resolution and enantioconvergent hydrolysis of rac-1,2-epoxyhexane, the E value of PvEH2 was enhanced by substituting its partial cap-loop. Based on the experimental resultsExpand
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Near-perfect kinetic resolution of o-methylphenyl glycidyl ether by RpEH, a novel epoxide hydrolase from Rhodotorula paludigena JNU001 with high stereoselectivity
In order to provide more alternative epoxide hydrolases for industrial production, a novel cDNA gene Rpeh-encoding epoxide hydrolase (RpEH) of Rhodotorula paludigena JNU001 identified by 26S rDNAExpand