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Environmental estrogens are major cause of endocrine disruption in vertebrates, including aquatic organisms. Teleosts are valuable and popular models for studying the effects of endocrine disrupting(More)
The biologically active ecdysteroid hormone, 20-hydroxyecdysone (20E), regulates various processes like molting, metamorphosis and reproduction in insects. However, its role in expression of silk(More)
Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) crystal proteins (Cry) bind to aminopeptidase N (APN) receptors on insect midgut membrane leading to pore formation and subsequent death. However, evolution of insect(More)
In the present study, a riboflavin-binding hexamerin (RbHex) was cloned and characterized from the larval fat body of Corcyra cephalonica. The complete cDNA (2121bp) encodes a 706-amino acid protein(More)