Narendra Duhita

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The utility of plants as biofactories has progressed in recent years. Some recombinant plant-derived pharmaceutical products have already reached the marketplace. However, with the exception of drugs and vaccines, a strong effort has not yet been made to bring recombinant products to market, as cost-effectiveness is critically important for(More)
High-level accumulation of the target recombinant protein is a significant issue in heterologous protein expression using transgenic plants. Miraculin, a taste-modifying protein, was accumulated in transgenic tomatoes using an expression cassette in which the miraculin gene was expressed by the cauliflower mosaic virus (CaMV) 35S promoter and the heat shock(More)
Enhancing the flavor of fruits plays a fundamental role in improving fruit quality, and volatile compositions as well as acid and sugar accumulation are significant factors that have an impact on the acceptability of sensory responses by human beings. Vacuoles in plants not only function as cell compartments that store amino acids, sugars and other(More)
The peroxisome is an organelle found in most eukaryotes that is crucial for lipid metabolism. The ability of peroxisomes to divide themselves and transport post-translational proteins suggests that the peroxisome may have had an endosymbiotic origin. However, the localization of peroxisomal proteins to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and the similarity of(More)
Miraculin is a taste-modifying protein that can be isolated from miracle fruit ( Richadella dulcifica ), a shrub native to West Africa. It is able to turn a sour taste into a sweet taste. The commercial exploitation of this sweetness-modifying protein is underway, and a fast and efficient purification method to extract the protein is needed. We succeeded in(More)
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