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High efficiency regeneration of grapevine plants transformed with the GFLV coat protein gene
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Genetically transformed grapevines were obtained through co-cultivation of embryogenic cell suspensions with an engineered A. tumefaciens strain in order to protect grapevine against grapevine fanleaf virus (GFLV) infection. Expand
Genetic variation and ecotypic differentiation in the wild rice species Oryza rufipogon.
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It was found that the mating system influenced mainly the level of variation within population; asexual populations and population with a mixed reproductive system differed mainly in their fine-scale intra-population structure. Expand
The Glutamine-rich Region of the HIV-1 Tat Protein Is Involved in T-cell Apoptosis*
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It is shown that Tat Ug05RP is more efficient than Tat Ug11LTS in its trans-activational role and in inducing apoptosis in binding tubulin via the mitochondrial pathway and the glutamine-rich region of Tat appears to be involved in the Tat-mediated apoptosis of T-cells. Expand
Genetic variation and ecotypic differentiation in the wild rice species Oryza rufipogon. I. Population differentiation in life-history traits and isozymic loci
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To examine the genetic differentiation between two ecotypes in the wild rice species O. rufipogon, seeds and juveniles were collected from eight populations in Thailand, and no appreciable differentiation was found at the enzyme level, which suggests either that gene flow occurs between the two ecotypic differentiation is maintained by selection, or that the annual-perennial differentiation is recent compared to the geographic differentiation between wild rice strains. Expand
Mating System and Genetic Structure of Natural Populations in Wild Rice Oryza rufipogon
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Isozyme study showed that both mating system and reproductive system jointly influence genetic structure of populations such as the level of intrapopulational variability and the extent of interpopulational differentiation. Expand
Binding of ATP to Heat Shock Protein 90
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Results clearly demonstrate that hsp90 possesses a second ATP-binding site located on the C-terminal part of the protein and suggest allosteric interaction between N- and C-Terminal domains of hSp90. Expand
Alzheimer disease specific phosphoepitopes of Tau interfere with assembly of tubulin but not binding to microtubules
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The results indicate that the sole phosphorylation at the AT8/AT180 epitopes, although leading to a functional defect for Tau, is not sufficient for its dissociation from the MT surface and subsequent aggregation as observed in AD. Expand
The type I/type II cytochrome c3 complex: an electron transfer link in the hydrogen-sulfate reduction pathway.
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The authors' thermodynamic results reveal that the net increase in enthalpy and entropy is dominantly produced by proton release in combination with water molecule exclusion, and Electrostatic forces play an important role in stabilizing the complex between the two proteins. Expand
Molecular mechanisms of Tau binding to microtubules and its role in microtubule dynamics in live cells
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A discrete Tau–MT interaction is identified, by FRET and FRAP, in which Tau could induce conformational changes of MTs, favoring recovery of MT self-assembly. Expand
HIV-1 Tat protein enhances Microtubule polymerization
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It is demonstrated that Tat could also directly trigger the mitochondrial pathway to induce T cell apoptosis, as shown in vitro by the release of cytochrome c from isolated mitochondria. Expand
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