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Long Term Transcript Accumulation during the Development of Dehydration Adaptation in Cicer arietinum1
A correlation between the longer period of abundance of those transcripts in the recovery period and improved adaptation of the plants to subsequent dehydration stress is indicated and suggested that both ABA-dependent and -independent mechanisms are involved in the maintenance of the messages from the previous stress experience.
Efficacy of E. officinalis on the Cariogenic Properties of Streptococcus mutans: A Novel and Alternative Approach to Suppress Quorum-Sensing Mechanism
- S. Hasan, M. Danishuddin, M. Adil, Kunal Singh, P. Verma, Asad U. Khan
- Biology, MedicinePloS one
- 5 July 2012
The potential of E. officinalis fruit extracts as an alternative and complementary medicine for dental caries by inhibiting the virulence factors of Streptococcus mutans is revealed.
Inhibition of Major Virulence Pathways of Streptococcus mutans by Quercitrin and Deoxynojirimycin: A Synergistic Approach of Infection Control
- S. Hasan, Kunal Singh, Mohd Danisuddin, P. Verma, Asad U. Khan
- Medicine, BiologyPloS one
- 12 March 2014
The synergistic combination consistently showed best activity against all the virulence factors as compared to Quercitrin and DNJ individually, reflecting a prospective role of Quercitsin and D NJ in combination as a potent anticariogenic agent against S. mutans.
Validation of ethnomedicinal potential of Tinospora cordifolia for anticancer and immunomodulatory activities and quantification of bioactive molecules by HPTLC.
Transcription Factor Repertoire of Necrotrophic Fungal Phytopathogen Ascochyta rabiei: Predominance of MYB Transcription Factors As Potential Regulators of Secretome
This study illustrates the first genome-wide identification and analysis of TF repertoire of A. rabiei and would provide the basis for further studies to dissect role of TFs in the molecular mechanisms during A. Rabiei–chickpea interactions.
Fatty acid composition of wild growing rose species
These accessions can further be exploited for the development of new hybrid with improved seed oil quality and quantity through inter specific hybridization.
Molecular cloning and characterization of pentachlorophenol-degrading monooxygenase genes of Pseudomonas sp. from the chemostat.
- I. Thakur, P. Verma, K. Upadhayaya
- Biology, EngineeringBiochemical and biophysical research…
- 18 January 2002
The recombinant clones having higher potentiality to degrade PCP were selected by utilization of a carbon source and release of intermediary metabolites during degradation of PCP as the sole source of carbon and energy.
WRKY domain-encoding genes of a crop legume chickpea (Cicer arietinum): comparative analysis with Medicago truncatula WRKY family and characterization of group-III gene(s)
- K. Kumar, V. Srivastava, Savithri Purayannur, V. C. Kaladhar, Purnima Jaiswal Cheruvu, P. Verma
- Medicine, BiologyDNA research : an international journal for rapid…
- 8 April 2016
The in-depth comparative account presented here for two legumes WRKY genes will be of great utility in hastening functional characterization of crop legume WRKYs and will also help in characterization of Exo70Js.
Comprehensive genome-wide analysis reveals different classes of enigmatic old yellow enzyme in fungi
- Shadab Nizam, S. Verma, N. Borah, Rajesh Kumar Gazara, P. Verma
- BiologyScientific reports
- 6 February 2014
This study systematically identifies Old Yellow Enzymes from a diverse range of economically important fungi representing different ecology and lifestyle, and presents a classification for these proteins into three distinct classes including a novel class (Class III) and assigns names to sequences.
Predicting Irrigated and Rainfed Rice Yield Under Projected Climate Change Scenarios in the Eastern Region of India
Numerous estimates for the coming decades project changes in precipitation resulting in more frequent droughts and floods, rise in atmospheric CO2 and temperature, extensive runoff leading to…