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High chilling-susceptibility is becoming the bottleneck for cultivation and commercialization of Jatropha curcas L. For insights to chilling resistance ability of this plant species, a cold response transcription factor, JcCBF2, was cloned and studied. It codes a 26 kDa protein, which contains all conserved motifs unique to the C-repeat binding factor (CBF)(More)
A novel type I ribosome-inactivating protein (RIP), designated as curcin C, was purified from Jatropha curcas, an important feedback source of bio-fuel. Molecular mass and isoelectric point of curcin C were 31.398 kDa and 7.12 as detected by MALTI-TOF assay and capillary electrophoresis assay, respectively. N-terminal sequence and LC–MS/MS analyses(More)
This paper describes a new class of chiral oxazolidinone ketone catalyst for asymmetric epoxidation. High ee values have been obtained for a number of cyclic and acyclic cis-olefins. The epoxidation was stereospecific with no isomerization observed in the epoxidation of acyclic systems. Encouragingly high ee values have also been obtained for a number of(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the clinical effective differences between pricking blood combined with moxibustion and west medication for acute gouty arthritis. METHODS Forty patients with acute gouty arthritis were randomly divided into a pricking blood combined with moxibustion group (a combination group) and a western medication group, 20 cases in each one. In(More)
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