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Modulation of glutathione and its related enzymes in plants’ responses to toxic metals and metalloids—A review
Are nitrate concentrations in leafy vegetables within safe limits
Estimation of nitrate concentration in samples of leafy vegetables collected from the local markets of Delhi has revealed that a significant number of spinach and chenopodium samples contained nitrate in concentrations higher than the Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI) limit.
Nitrogen availability regulates proline and ethylene production and alleviates salinity stress in mustard (Brassica juncea).
Honokiol in Combination with Radiation Targets Notch Signaling to Inhibit Colon Cancer Stem Cells
- Sivapriya Ponnurangam, Joshua M. V. Mammen, S. Anant
- Biology, ChemistryMolecular Cancer Therapeutics
- 8 February 2012
Data suggest that honokiol is a potent inhibitor of colon cancer growth that targets the stem cells by inhibiting the γ-secretase complex and the Notch signaling pathway.
A new perspective of phytohormones in salinity tolerance: Regulation of proline metabolism
Hepatitis C Virus-Induced Cancer Stem Cell-Like Signatures in Cell Culture and Murine Tumor Xenografts
Chronic HCV infection appears to predispose cells toward the path of acquiring cancer stem cell-like traits by inducing DCAMKL-1 and hepatic progenitor and stemcell-related factors.
Improving Growth and Productivity of Oleiferous Brassicas under Changing Environment: Significance of Nitrogen and Sulphur Nutrition, and Underlying Mechanisms
- N. Anjum, S. Gill, S. Umar, I. Ahmad, A. Duarte, E. Pereira
- Biology, MedicineTheScientificWorldJournal
- 1 May 2012
Balancing S-N fertilization, optimization of nutrient replenishment, minimization of nutrient losses to the environment, and the concept of coordination in action between S and N could be a significant strategy for improvement of growth and productivity of oleiferous brassicas.
Salicylic acid supplementation improves photosynthesis and growth in mustard through changes in proline accumulation and ethylene formation under drought stress
Exogenous salicylic acid improves photosynthesis and growth through increase in ascorbate-glutathione metabolism and S assimilation in mustard under salt stress
Treatment of salicylic acid (SA) alleviated the negative effects of salt stress and improved photosynthesis and growth through increase in enzymes of ascorbate-glutathione pathway which suggest that SA may participate in the redox balance under salt stress.
Dclk1 facilitates intestinal tumor growth via enhancing pluripotency and epithelial mesenchymal transition
It is demonstrated that Dclk1 is critically involved in facilitating intestinal tumorigenesis by enhancing pluripotency and EMT factors in Apc mutant intestinal tumors and it also provides a potential therapeutic target for the treatment of colorectal cancer.