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The Arabidopsis Cell Cycle F-Box Protein SKP2A Binds to Auxin[C][W]
This work shows that auxin binds to the cell cycle F-box SKP2A to regulate its proteolysis and DPPB and E2FC degradation. Auxin seems to regulate the interaction between SKP2A and DPB. Mutant SKP2AExpand
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Site-directed mutagenesis of active site residues in a class I endochitinase from chestnut seeds.
Despite the intensive research on plant chitinases, largely bolstered by their antifungal properties, little is known at present about the structure-activity relationships of these enzymes. Here weExpand
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Wheat lipid transfer protein is a major allergen associated with baker's asthma.
BACKGROUND Baker's asthma is a frequent occupational allergic disorder mainly caused by inhalation of cereal flours. Lipid transfer proteins (LTPs) constitute a family of plant food panallergens, butExpand
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Identification of IgE-binding epitopes of the major peach allergen Pru p 3.
BACKGROUND Lipid transfer proteins (LTPs) are clinically relevant plant food panallergens and have been proposed as ideal tools to study true food allergy. Pru p 3, the major peach allergen in theExpand
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Mimotope mapping as a complementary strategy to define allergen IgE-epitopes: peach Pru p 3 allergen as a model.
Lipid transfer proteins (LTPs) are the major allergens of Rosaceae fruits in the Mediterranean area. Pru p 3, the LTP and major allergen of peach, is a suitable model for studying food allergy andExpand
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Variation with the intermolecular distance of properties dependent on the electron density in hydrogen bond dimers
The variation with the intermolecular distance of features in hydrogen bond (HB) dimers dependent on the electron density ρ(r) are studied in four complexes representative of weak/medium HBExpand
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Ab initio relativistic effective potentials with spin‐orbit operators. I. Li through Ar
A refined version of the ‘‘shape consistent’’ effective potential procedure of Christiansen, Lee, and Pitzer was used to compute averaged relativistic effective potentials (AREP) and spin‐orbitExpand
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Characterization of IgE epitopes of Cuc m 2, the major melon allergen, and their role in cross‐reactivity with pollen profilins
Background Plant profilins are described as minor allergens, although with some exceptions in foods such as melon, watermelon or orange. In fact, they could be responsible for many cross‐reactionsExpand
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Conformational changes of the electrostatic potential of biphenyl: A theoretical study
Changes of the electrostatic potential (EP) of biphenyl upon internal rotation are studied by using B3LYP/6-311G(d,p) and MP2/6-311G(d,p) quantum calculations. The conformational variation of EPExpand
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Atomic charges in conformers of gaseous glycine
Abstract The potential energy surface of gaseous glycine determined years ago in ab initio MP2/6-311++G ∗∗ calculations (A.Csaszar, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 114 (1992) 9568) is composed of 13 stableExpand
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