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The current status of natural products from marine fungi and their potential as anti-infective agents
A growing number of marine fungi are the sources of novel and potentially life-saving bioactive secondary metabolites. Here, we have discussed some of these novel antibacterial, antiviral,Expand
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Exploitation of marine algae: biogenic compounds for potential antifouling applications
Marine algae are one of the largest producers of biomass in the marine environment. They produce a wide variety of chemically active metabolites in their surroundings, potentially as an aid toExpand
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Identification of the Missing Links in Prokaryotic Pentose Oxidation Pathways
The pentose metabolism of Archaea is largely unknown. Here, we have employed an integrated genomics approach including DNA microarray and proteomics analyses to elucidate the catabolic pathway forExpand
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iTRAQ underestimation in simple and complex mixtures: "the good, the bad and the ugly".
The increasing popularity of iTRAQ for quantitative proteomics applications makes it necessary to evaluate its relevance, accuracy, and precision for biological interpretation. Here, we have assessedExpand
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Alcohol dehydrogenases from thermophilic and hyperthermophilic archaea and bacteria.
Many studies have been undertaken to characterise alcohol dehydrogenases (ADHs) from thermophiles and hyperthermophiles, mainly to better understand their activities and thermostability. To date,Expand
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Technical, experimental, and biological variations in isobaric tags for relative and absolute quantitation (iTRAQ).
We assess the reliability of isobaric-tags for relative and absolute quantitation (iTRAQ), based on different types of replicate analyses taking into account technical, experimental, and biologicalExpand
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A quantitative proteomic analysis of biofilm adaptation by the periodontal pathogen Tannerella forsythia
Tannerella forsythia is a Gram‐negative anaerobe that is one of the most prominent inhabitants of the sub‐gingival plaque biofilm, which is crucial for causing periodontitis. We have used iTRAQExpand
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Maf-dependent bacterial flagellin glycosylation occurs before chaperone binding and flagellar T3SS export
Bacterial swimming is mediated by rotation of a filament that is assembled via polymerization of flagellin monomers after secretion via a dedicated flagellar Type III secretion system. SeveralExpand
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Fluidization regimes in a conventional fluidized bed characterized by means of electrical capacitance tomography
Abstract The purpose of the present study is to verify different analysis approaches and provide a quantitative and qualitative classification of fluidization regimes. The experimental study has beenExpand
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