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Seminalplasmin—an antimicrobial protein from bovine seminal plasma which acts in E. coli by specific inhibition of rRNA synthesis
SEMINAL PLASMA—the fluid in which spermatozoa are ejaculated—has been known to inhibit reversibly both RNA and protein synthesis in sperm cells1–3. Here we report the isolation from seminal plasma,Expand
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Seminalplasmin is a potent inhibitor of E. coli RNA polymerase in vitro
SEMINALPLASMIN, a protein isolated from bovine seminal plasma, specifically and almost completely inhibits synthesis of rRNA in whole Escherichia coli cells at extracellular concentrations lower thanExpand
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Inhibition of reverse transcriptases by seminalplasmin.
Seminalplasmin, an antibacterial protein present in bovine seminal plasma, is shown to be a potent inhibitor of reverse transcriptases (RNA-dependent DNA nucleotidyltransferases). SeminalplasminExpand
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A new pyrimidine-specific ribonuclease from bovine seminal plasma that is active on both single and double-stranded polyribonucleotides and that can distinguish between Mg2+-containing and
The purification to homogeneity of a new ribonuclease, named RNAase SPL, from bovine seminal plasma is described. This nuclease, like the bovine pancreatic RNAase A, is pyrimidine specific. ItsExpand
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Seminalplasmin inhibits transcription and translation of φ80 DNA in vitro
Seminalplasmin, an antimicrobial protein from bovine seminal plasma that has been earlier shown to inhibit transcription in whole cells and by purified RNA polymerase in vitro, but not translation inExpand
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Antipyretic activity of Pterolobium hexapetalum (Roth.) Sant. and Wagh. Stem bark extracts
Pyrexia or fever is defined as an elevation of body temperature. It is a response due to tissue damage, inflammation, malignancy, or graft rejection.[1] Fever is associated with symptoms of sicknessExpand