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The essential GTPase YphC displays a major domain rearrangement associated with nucleotide binding
Modeling studies suggest that this motion represents transitions between the “on” and “off” states of the GTPase, the effect of which is to alternately expose and bury a positively charged face of the central domain that is involved in RNA recognition as part of the possible role of this enzyme in ribosome binding. Expand
Postharvest Disease of Grape Caused by Pestalotiopsis Species
It is revealed that P. menezesiana, P. uvicola is pregnant with a second child. Expand
Potential impact of the herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid on human and ecosystems.
The findings demonstrate that 2,4-D is present in a low concentration in surface water of regions where its usage is high and indicates the urgent need to further explore fate, accumulation and its continuous low level exposure impacts on the environment to generate reliable database which is key in drafting new regulation and policies to protect the population from further exposure. Expand
Silicon and water-deficit stress differentially modulate physiology and ultrastructure in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
It is suggested that exogenous Si improves the plant growth by modulating the nutrient (Na, Mg and Si) uptake and phytohormone levels in wheat under water-deficit stress. Expand
Health-Care Data Collecting, Sharing, and Using in Thailand, China Mainland, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, and Malaysia
The primary objective of collecting health-care data in six selected economies in the Asia-Pacific region is to aid the policymakers and researchers in policy decision making as well as create an awareness onhealth-care issues for the general public. Expand
Effects of Hydrogen Sulfide on Growth, Antioxidative Capacity, and Ultrastructural Changes in Oilseed Rape Seedlings Under Aluminum Toxicity
H2S has a promotive effect which could improve plant survival under Al stress, and results showed that Al stress decreased the seedling growth by reducing the shoot and root length, biomass, and antioxidant enzymes. Expand
Nanoparticles for Colorectal Cancer Targeted Drug Delivery and MR Imaging: Current Situation and Perspectives.
This review focuses on recent advances of NP technology for the targeted diagnosis and treatment of CRC and aims to unveil the emerging possibilities of using nanocarriers to enhance therapeutic applications. Expand
5-Aminolevolinic acid mitigates the cadmium-induced changes in Brassica napus as revealed by the biochemical and ultra-structural evaluation of roots.
  • B. Ali, Q. Tao, +5 authors W. Zhou
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
  • 1 June 2013
Application of ALA helped the plants to improve root growth, root antioxidant enzymes, and ultra-structural changes in root tip cells under fifteen days Cd-induced stress. Expand
Comparison with adsorption of Re (VII) by two different γ-radiation synthesized silica-grafting of vinylimidazole/4-vinylpyridine adsorbents.
This study paves a way to the synthesis and application of a novel silica base adsorbent for Re (VII) with better adsorption properties of acid resistance and anti-interference than SS-MPTS-VIMH. Expand
Ionothermal syntheses of six three-dimensional zinc metal-organic frameworks with 1-alkyl-3-methylimidazolium bromide ionic liquids as solvents.
Six 3-D metal-organic frameworks, including two isomeric compounds, have been synthesized and structurally characterized and their crystal structures show various features including various coordination geometries of Zn2+ and various bridging modes of the BTC3- ligands. Expand