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Effects of germination on nutritional composition of waxy wheat.
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Germinated waxy wheat had a better nutritional composition, such as higher dietary fibre, free amino acid and total phenolic compound contents, than ungerminatedWaxy wheat, and should be used to improve the nutritional quality of cereal-based products. Expand
Relaxin Modulates Proinflammatory Cytokine Secretion from Human Decidual Macrophages1
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It is shown that RLN targeting DMs may modulate proinflammatory cytokine secretion at the maternal-fetal interface and contribute to the localized inflammatory response associated with parturition in women. Expand
β-Galactosidase treatment is a common first-stage modification of the three major subtypes of Gc protein to GcMAF.
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The effects of the β-galactosidase-treated 1s1s and 22 subtypes of Gc protein (preGc(1s 1s)MAF and preGc ₂₂MAF) on the phagocytic activation of mouse peritoneal macrophages are investigated to demonstrate that these proteins can be used as effective macrophage activators. Expand
Effect of the Gc-derived macrophage-activating factor precursor (preGcMAF) on phagocytic activation of mouse peritoneal macrophages.
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PreGc(1f1f)MAF can be used as an effective macrophage activator in vivo because sialic acid is cleaved by residual sialidase, and is significantly enhanced in mouse peritoneal macrophages. Expand
2-Aminobenzenesulfonamide-Containing Cyclononyne as Adjustable Click Reagent for Strain-Promoted Azide-Alkyne Cycloaddition.
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The synthesis of 2-aminobenzenesulfonamide-containing cyclononyne (ABSACN) is described for the development of an adjustable alkyne reagent in click reactions. Expand
Synthesis of Tetracyclic Molecules Containing Medium-Sized Heterocycles: Scope Expansion of Cascade Nicholas and Pauson–Khand Methodology
Unique tetracyclic molecules containing heteroatom-embedded, medium-sized rings were synthesized by employing cascade Nicholas and Pauson–Khand cyclization reactions. We successfully established aExpand
Preparation of Thermoresponsive Grafted Polysilsesquioxane from Polyacrylamides Having Methoxysilyl End Group
Preparation of Thermoresponsive Grafted Polysilsesquioxane from Polyacrylamides Having Methoxysilyl End Group