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The aspartic protease inhibitory efficiency of rBm-33, an aspin from a filarial parasite Brugia malayi was investigated. rBm-33 was found to be thermostable up to 90°C and it forms a stable(More)
The traditional knowledge of medicinal plants that are in use by the indigenous Jaintia tribes residing in few isolated pockets of North-East India is documented here. The present study was carried(More)
Bm-33 (pepsin inhibitor homolog) produced by the human filarial parasite Brugia malayi, was expressed in Escherichia coli. Expression of rBm33 in BL21 (DE3), Rosetta-2 gami (DE3) pLysS and GJ1158(More)
Preliminary cytotoxic analysis of sulphur containing isosteric analogues of calothrixin B identified the useful anti-tumour activity of thia/isothiacalothrixin B which necessitated it's biological(More)
The conversion of starch to maltose is catalysed in plants by β-amylase. The enzymatic mechanism has been well-characterized for the soybean and barley enzymes, which utilise a glutamic(More)