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Piscidin 4, a novel member of the piscidin family of antimicrobial peptides.
Piscidins are linear, amphipathic, antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) with broad, potent, activity spectrum. Piscidins and other members of the piscidin family appear to comprise the most common group ofExpand
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American Oyster, Crassostrea virginica, Expresses a Potent Antibacterial Histone H2B Protein
An antibacterial protein was purified from acidified gill extract of a bivalve mollusk, the American oyster (Crassostrea virginica). Protein isolation was best accomplished by briefly boiling theExpand
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Multiple antibacterial histone H2B proteins are expressed in tissues of American oyster.
We have previously identified a histone H2B isomer (cvH2B-1) from tissue extracts of the bivalve mollusk, the American oyster (Crassostrea virginica). In this paper, we isolate an additional threeExpand
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The effect of tricaine on use of the fluorescein test for detecting skin and corneal ulcers in fish.
Fluorescein has been used for rapid and sensitive detection of fish skin and corneal ulceration. Effective use of the fluorescein test requires knowledge of conditions that might cause misleadingExpand
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Aberystwyth University Analysis of Two New Arabinosyltransferases Belonging to the Carbohydrate-Active Enzyme ( CAZY ) Glycosyl Transferase Family 1 Provides Insights into Disease Resistance and
Citation for published version (APA): Louveau, T., Orme, A., Pfalzgraf, H., Stephenson, M. J., Melton, R., Saalbach, G., ... Osbourn, A. (2018). Analysis of Two New Arabinosyltransferases BelongingExpand