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Exchange of protein molecules through connections between higher plant plastids.
Individual plastids of vascular plants have generally been considered to be discrete autonomous entities that do not directly communicate with each other. However, in transgenic plants in which theExpand
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Development and Characterization of Diamondback Moth Resistance to Transgenic Broccoli Expressing High Levels of Cry1C
ABSTRACT A field-collected colony of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella, had 31-fold resistance to Cry1C protoxin ofBacillus thuringiensis. After 24 generations of selection with Cry1CExpand
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The 1.8 Å Crystal Structure of PA2412, an MbtH-like Protein from the Pyoverdine Cluster of Pseudomonas aeruginosa*
Many bacteria use nonribosomal peptide synthetase (NRPS) proteins to produce peptide antibiotics and siderophores. The catalytic domains of the NRPS proteins are usually linked in large multidomainExpand
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Identification and characterization of the canine multidrug resistance-associated protein.
Human multidrug resistance protein 1 (MRP1) confers resistance to the Vinca alkaloids, the anthracyclines, and the epipodophyllotoxins. It is also capable of binding to and transporting theExpand
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Neurotransmitters, neuroregulators and neurotoxins in the life of plants
Recent evidence has shown that neurologically active compounds play an important role in the physiology of higher plants. The human neurotransmitter melatonin (N-acetyl-5-methoxytryptamine) has beenExpand
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Conservation of the three-dimensional structure in non-homologous or unrelated proteins
In this review, we examine examples of conservation of protein structural motifs in unrelated or non-homologous proteins. For this, we have selected three DNA-binding motifs: the histone fold, theExpand
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TOPOISOMERASE 6B is involved in chromatin remodelling associated with control of carbon partitioning into secondary metabolites and cell walls, and epidermal morphogenesis in Arabidopsis
Summary The harlequin mutant encodes subunit B of plant-specific topoisomerase VI. Transcriptomics showed synergistic effects on expression of adjacent genes, suggesting a broader role in chromatinExpand
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Membre de la famille des hormones glycoproteiques
Un nouveau membre de type alpha ('alpha 2') de la famille des hormones glycoproteiques humaines et des molecules d'acide nucleique le codant ont ete decouverts. Des vecteurs, des cellules hotes ainsiExpand