O. N. Makshakova

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Monoclonal antibodies that could not bind native tetramers of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) but could bind to dimeric, monomeric, or denatured forms of GAPDH were used to investigate its intracellular localization. These antibodies distinctly stained the nucleus in growing HeLa cells. In the cytoplasm, non-native GAPDH was colocalized(More)
Our interest in the modifying influence of low-molecular-weight organic compounds on the hydration shell of biopolymers is due to a well-known fact that the former can act as regulators of the enzymatic activity changing the hydration shell of the latter. Dioxane was chosen because of its wide application in non-aqueous biocatalysis. In the present study,(More)
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