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Differential Induction of Glioblastoma Migration and Growth by Two Forms of Pleiotrophin*
Glioblastoma is the most common malignant brain tumor of adults and one of the most lethal cancers. The secreted growth factor pleiotrophin (PTN) promotes glioblastoma migration and proliferation,Expand
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Interaction of rat testis protein, TP, with nucleosome core particle.
Circular dichroism studies have revealed that addition of testis specific protein, TP in vitro, to rat testes nucleosome core particle resulted in a decrease in the compaction of the core particleExpand
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Mitogenic and anti-proliferative activity of a lectin from the tubers of Voodoo lily (Sauromatum venosum).
A new lectin with the potent mitogenic and in vitro anti-proliferative activity was isolated from the tubers of a wild monocotyledonous plant Sauromatum venosum (Schott), from the family Araceae, byExpand
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Interaction of rat testis protein, TP, with nucleic acids in vitro. Fluorescence quenching, UV absorption, and thermal denaturation studies.
  • J. Singh, M. Rao
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of biological chemistry
  • 15 January 1987
The nucleic acid binding properties of the testis protein, TP, were studied with the help of physical techniques, namely, fluorescence quenching, UV difference absorption spectroscopy, and thermalExpand
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Transcriptional activation of the Escherichia coli bgl operon: negative regulation by DNA structural elements near the promoter
The bgl operon of Escherichia coli is transcriptionally inactive in wild‐type cells. DNA insertion sequences (IS) constitute a major class of spontaneous mutations that activate the cryptic bglExpand
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A novel mitogenic and antiproliferative lectin from a wild cobra lily, Arisaema flavum.
A novel lectin having specificity towards a complex glycoprotein asialofetuin was purified from tubers of Arisaema flavum (Schott.) by affinity chromatography on asialofetuin-linked amino-activatedExpand
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Evaluation of hydro-alcoholic extract of Eclipta alba for its anticancer potential: an in vitro study.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Eclipta alba is traditionally used as hepatoprotective agent. The study was designed to explore its antiproliferative activity on liver and other related cancer. AIMExpand
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Effect of deprivation of vitamin A on the basic proteins of the nuclei of rat testes.
Summary The relative concentrations of the major histones, namely, H1, TH1, H 2 A, H 2 B, H3 and H4 are not significantly changed in the testes of the vitamin A-deficient rats, as compared to thoseExpand
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Anti-biofilm Properties of the Fecal Probiotic Lactobacilli Against Vibrio spp.
Diarrheal disease caused by Vibrio cholerae is endemic in developing countries including India and is associated with high rate of mortality especially in children. V. cholerae is known to formExpand
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Two novel lectins from Parkia biglandulosa and Parkia roxburghii: isolation, physicochemical characterization, mitogenicity and anti-proliferative activity.
Two mannose/glucose specific seed lectins were isolated from Parkia biglandulosa and Parkia roxburghii and were characterized w.r.t various physicochemical properties. Unlike other Parkia lectins aExpand
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