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Optimization of Process Parameters for Cellulase Production by Bacillus licheniformis MTCC 429 using RSM and Molecular Characterization of Cellulase Gene
World is threaten to energy crisis which has advances research in bioenergy and specifically development of biofuels to replace petroleum products have increased the use of microbial enzyme likeExpand
Characterization of a Recombinant Glutaminase-Free l-Asparaginase (ansA3) Enzyme with High Catalytic Activity from Bacillus licheniformis
Two genes coding for l-asparaginase from Bacillus licheniformis MTCC 429 were cloned and overexpressed in Escherichia coli BL21 (DE3) cells and recombinant proteins were purified to homogeneity by one-step purification process and further characterized for various biochemical parameters. Expand
Transcriptomic analysis to affirm the regulatory role of long non-coding RNA in horn cancer of Indian zebu cattle breed Kankrej (Bos indicus)
The role of lncRNAs in manipulating cell cycle regulation during horn squamous cell carcinomas is shown through differential expression analysis on cancer-related coding genes in Indian zebu cattle. Expand
Synthesis of racemic palladacycles from 2-ferrocenylphenylphosphines
Abstract Transformation of 2-bromophenylferrocene into 2-(diphenylphosphino)-, 2-(dicyclohexylphosphino)-, or 2-(diisopropylphosphino)phenylferrocene is followed by facile room-temperatureExpand
Effects of substrate binding site residue substitutions of xynA from Bacillus amyloliquefaciens on substrate specificity
The site-specific single mutation, led to alteration in substrate specificity from xylan to CMC while in case of double mutant the substrate specificity was altered fromxylan toCMC, FP and avicel, indicating the role of aromatic residues on substrate binding, catalytic process and overall catalytic efficiency. Expand
Identification of a SSR marker (TOM-144) linked to Fusarium wilt resistance in Solanum lycopersicum
The present study is a step to introduce a new SSR marker (TOM-144) which was deduced after evaluation of eight microsatellite loci amongst the twenty-one different tomato cultivars. Expand
Expression profiling revealed keratins and interleukins as potential biomarkers in squamous cell carcinoma of horn in Indian bullocks (Bos indicus)
Functional analysis showed that the upregulated keratins support metastasis of tumor via cell proliferation, migration, and affecting cell stability, while downregulated interleukins deprive the immune response to tumor posing clear path for metastases of horn cancer. Expand
A Journey From Heavy Metal To Metallothionein: A Critical Review of Heavy Metal Remediation By Plants
The ruling idea of the present review is that plants are naturally capable of absorbing metals and ions from the land for their outgrowth.During evolutionas soil is the lone source of nutrition forExpand
Molecular portrait of squamous cell carcinoma of the bovine horn evaluated by high-throughput targeted exome sequencing: a preliminary report
Several genes involved in various apoptotic pathways were found to contain non-synonymous mutations in horn cancer and Keratin8 coding for Keratin, a chief constituent of horn was observed to have the highest number of mutations. Expand
Physiological, Biochemical and Molecular Response of Plants Against
Heavy metals pollution to water and soils due to anthropogenic activities are threats to living organisms which needs to be tackled with a new emerging technology, referred as phytoremidiation,Expand