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H(+)-translocating pyrophosphatases (H(+)-PPases) are active proton transporters that establish a proton gradient across the endomembrane by means of pyrophosphate (PP(i)) hydrolysis. H(+)-PPases are found primarily as homodimers in the vacuolar membrane of plants and the plasma membrane of several protozoa and prokaryotes. The three-dimensional structure(More)
H+-translocating pyrophosphatase (H+-PPase, EC 3.6.1.1) plays an important role in acidifying vacuoles by transporting protons across membranes at the expense of pyrophosphate (PPi) hydrolysis. Vigna radiata H+-PPase (VrH+-PPase) contains 16 transmembrane helices (TMs). The hydrophobicity of TM3 is relatively lower than that of most other TMs, and the amino(More)
With the trend of cloud computing, cloud services are aggressively launched. Along with the evolution of smart terminal and broadband technology, the demand about personal services built on cloud is aware. In 2011 April, Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) launch the Hami<sup>+</sup> Personal Cloud Service which is the leading product among the domestic industry about(More)
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