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Acriflavine‐Mediated Apoptosis and Necrosis in Yeast Candida utilis
Acriflavine is an antiseptic, fungicide, and effective agent against parasitic infections, inducing petite mutation in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and kinetoplast loss in Trypanosomidae. HereExpand
Growth and some physiological parameters of four sugar beet (Beta vulgaris l.) cultivars as affected by salinity.
The comparative responses of certain biochemical and physiological characteristics to salinity were studied in 4 cultivars of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) plants. Eight weeks old plants were treatedExpand
Structural and Functional Alterations of Catalase Induced by Acriflavine, a Compound Causing Apoptosis and Necrosis
Acriflavine is an antiseptic agent causing both apoptosis and necrosis in yeast. In this work, its effect on the structure and function of catalase, a vital enzyme actively involved in protectionExpand
In Vitro Study of Acriflavine Interaction with Horseradish Peroxidase C
Acriflavine (3,6-diaminoacridine) is an anticeptic drug developed in 1912. Previous research has focused on investigation of the intercalating features of acriflavine, but little is known about itsExpand
Doxorubicin-Induced Alterations in Anti-ROS Enzymes Activity and Cytochromes Content in Candida utilis
DOXO (doxorubicin), an anthracycline antibiotic with the multidirectional cytotoxic effects that have been attributed to its capability to generate free radicals (ROS), induces apoptosis inExpand
A review on plant peroxidases
Plant peroxidases (EC: 1.11.1.7) are heme-containing proteins widely found in plants, microorganisms and animals. This two-substrate enzyme catalyzes the hydrogen peroxide into water by oxidation ofExpand
In vitro study of drug-protein interaction using electronic absorption, fluorescence, and circular dichroism spectroscopy
In the near future, design of a new generation of drugs targeting proteins will be required. Considering the complex bond between the drug and protein, the structure and stability of the targetExpand