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A divergent external loop confers antagonistic activity on floral regulators FT and TFL1
The Arabidopsis genes FT and TERMINAL FLOWER1 (TFL1) encode related proteins with similarity to human Raf kinase inhibitor protein. FT, and likely also TFL1, is recruited to the promoters of floralExpand
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In vitro unfolding and refolding of the small multidrug transporter EmrE.
The composition of the lipid bilayer is increasingly being recognised as important for the regulation of integral membrane protein folding and function, both in vivo and in vitro. The folding of onlyExpand
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Dimethylthetin can substitute for glycine betaine as an osmoprotectant molecule for Escherichia coli.
Glycine betaine is believed to be the most active naturally occurring osmoprotectant molecule for Escherichia coli and other bacteria. It is a dipolar ion possessing a quaternary ammonimum group andExpand
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Abstract 5655: AP26113 possesses pan-inhibitory activity versus crizotinib-resistant ALK mutants and oncogenic ROS1 fusions.
AP26113 is a potent, reversible inhibitor of ALK fusions and mutant (but not native) EGFR. To overcome mutation-based resistance, AP26113 was designed to maintain activity againstExpand
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A novel environmentally-regulated 33 kDa protein from tropical and temperate cnidarian zooxanthellae
Abstract 1. 1. A new technique was developed to extract soluble proteins from the intracellular dinoflagellate symbionts (zooxanthellae) of cnidarians, suitable for analysis by denaturing gelExpand
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Lipid bilayer composition influences small multidrug transporters
BackgroundMembrane proteins are influenced by their surrounding lipids. We investigate the effect of bilayer composition on the membrane transport activity of two members of the small multidrugExpand
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Transition from Micelles to Vesicles in Aqueous Mixtures of Anionic and Cationic Surfactants
Vesicles form spontaneously in a variety of aqueous mixtures of oppositely charged surfactants. Here we report the morphological transition from spherical micelles to vesicles observed in mixtures ofExpand
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Expression of low molecular weight HSP 70 related polypeptides from the symbiotic sea anemone Anemonia viridis forskall in response to heat shock
Monoclonal antibodies raised against the highly conserved heat shock protein (hsp) 70 failed to detect an equivalent molecular mass homologue in the temperate sea anemone Anemonia viridis and itsExpand
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Imidacloprid as a Potential Agent for the Systemic Control of Sand Flies
ABSTRACT: Our goal was to study the effectiveness of the insecticide imidacloprid as a systemic control agent. First, to evaluate the blood-feeding effect, we fed adult female Phlebotomus papatasiExpand
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Ensuring continuity of the paternal genome: potential roles for spermatozoal RNA in mammalian embryogenesis.
  • D. Miller
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Society of Reproduction and Fertility supplement
  • 2007
The mammalian male gamete is traditionally considered to be a less complex cell than its female counterpart, primarily because all development (bar oocyte activation) is thought to be initiated byExpand
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