Menaga Subramaniam

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The mycobacterial Rv1625c gene product is an adenylyl cyclase with sequence similarity to the mammalian enzymes. The catalytic domain of the enzyme forms a homodimer and residues specifying adenosine triphosphate (ATP) specificity lie at the dimer interface. Mutation of these residues to those present in guanylyl cyclases failed to convert the enzyme to a(More)
Mycobacterium indicus pranii (MIP) is a non-pathogenic mycobacterium, which has been tested on several cancer types like lung and bladder where tumour regression and complete recovery was observed. In discovering the potential cytotoxic elements, a preliminary test was carried out using four different fractions consisting of live bacteria, culture(More)
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