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Survey of the transcriptome of Aspergillus oryzae via massively parallel mRNA sequencing
Aspergillus oryzae, an important filamentous fungus used in food fermentation and the enzyme industry, has been shown through genome sequencing and various other tools to have prominent features inExpand
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Comprehensive structural annotation of Pichia pastoris transcriptome and the response to various carbon sources using deep paired-end RNA sequencing
BackgroundThe methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris is widely used as a bioengineering platform for producing industrial and biopharmaceutical proteins, studying protein expression and secretionExpand
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Bioactive constituents of Helianthus tuberosus (Jerusalem artichoke)
Abstract In a cytotoxicity-guided study using the MCF-7 human breast cancer cell line, nine known compounds, ent-17-oxokaur-15(16)-en-19-oic acid (1), ent-17-hydroxykaur-15(16)-en-19-oic acid (2),Expand
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Caterpillar saliva interferes with induced Arabidopsis thaliana defence responses via the systemic acquired resistance pathway
Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. genotypes limited in their ability to mount either octadecanoid-dependent induced resistance (IR–) or systemic acquired resistance (SAR–) were used to characterizeExpand
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Analysis of Extracellular Proteins of Aspergillus oryzae Grown on Soy Sauce Koji
Aspergillus oryzae AS 3.951 is widely used in Chinese soy sauce manufacture, but little is known about the profiles of the extracellular proteins from the culture of soybean koji. In this study, weExpand
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Genomic analysis of the aconidial and high-performance protein producer, industrially relevant Aspergillus niger SH2 strain.
Aspergillus niger is usually regarded as a beneficial species widely used in biotechnological industry. Obtaining the genome sequence of the widely used aconidial A. niger SH2 strain is of greatExpand
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The contribution of mobile genetic elements to the evolution and ecology of Vibrios.
An increase in the frequency of seafood-borne gastroenteritis in humans and Vibrio-related disease of fish and invertebrates has generated interest in the ecology of disease-causing Vibrios and theExpand
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ERIC-PCR fingerprinting-based community DNA hybridization to pinpoint genome-specific fragments as molecular markers to identify and track populations common to healthy human guts.
Bacterial populations common to healthy human guts may play important roles in human health. A new strategy for discovering genomic sequences as markers for these bacteria was developed usingExpand
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High incidence of plasmids in marine Vibrio species isolated from Mai Po Nature Reserve of Hong Kong
Mai Po Nature Reserve is the largest mangrove ecosystem and the most polluted coastal water body in Hong Kong. Plasmids screening of 100 Vibrio isolates randomly showed 45 % of them contained 1–3Expand
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Foliar extracts from transgenic tomato plants expressing the structural polyprotein, P1-2A, and protease, 3C, from foot-and-mouth disease virus elicit a protective response in guinea pigs.
  • L. Pan, Y. Zhang, +8 authors Q. Xie
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Veterinary immunology and immunopathology
  • 15 January 2008
The expression of recombinant antigens in transgenic plants is increasingly used as an alternative method of producing experimental immunogens. In this report, we describe the production ofExpand
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