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A high-density cell culture method to produce human angiostatin has been successfully established by constitutive expression of the protein in Pichia pastoris. The fermentation was carried out in a 20 l bioreactor with a 10 l working volume, using a high-density cell culture method by continuously feeding with 50% glycerol−0.8% PTM4 to the growing culture… (More)
LSN862 is a novel peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor (PPAR)alpha/gamma dual agonist with a unique in vitro profile that shows improvements on glucose and lipid levels in rodent models of type 2 diabetes and dyslipidemia. Data from in vitro binding, cotransfection, and cofactor recruitment assays characterize LSN862 as a high-affinity PPARgamma… (More)
In order to improve the overall efficiency of building energy usage, a grey water energy-recovery system, which adopted a multiple-function heat pump system, was proposed for domestic water heating, and space heating and cooling of buildings. A numerical model has been developed for investigation of annual energy and water consumptions of the proposed… (More)
α-amy gene amplified from barley genome was cloned into MCS of pGAP9K to generate pGAP9K-α-amy which was then transformed into Pichia pastoris GS115 by electroporation. Transformants with multi-copies and high expression for the foreign gene were selected on G418 containing plate and expression analysis. The fermentation was carried out in a 50 l bioreactor… (More)
Calreticulin-N58 (CRT-N58), an active fragment of calreticulin with anti-angiogenesis activity, was expressed in P. pastoris by high density cell culture. Calreticulin-N58 DNA was synthesized by PCR and cloned to plasmid pPIC9 K resulting in the plasmid pPIC9 K-crt-N58 which was then transformed into P. pastoris GS115. The fermentation was carried out in a… (More)
BACKGROUND Ethnic minority groups in the United States are at increased risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, experiencing adverse outcomes, and receiving suboptimal treatment. Such discrepancies may be related to a difference in race-specific outcomes in the management of cardiovascular diseases. However, little is known about the reporting and… (More)
Cryptophycins-1 and 52 (epoxides) were discovered to have in-vitro and in-vivo antitumor activity in the early 1990s. The chlorohydrins of these, Cryptophycins-8 and 55 (also discovered in the early 1990s) were markedly more active, but could not be formulated as stable solutions. With no method to adequately stabilize the chlorohydrins at the time,… (More)
[reaction: see text] Oxidation of alkynes to alpha-dicarbonyl derivatives through a convenient one-pot procedure via a Brønsted acid-promoted "hydration" and a DMSO-based oxidation sequence has been achieved in high yields. The scope and limitations of the reaction have also been investigated.
The addition of nitroalkanes to alpha,beta-unsaturated aldehydes under the catalysis of (S)-2-(diphenyl(trimethylsilyloxy)methyl)pyrrolidine and lithium acetate as additive afforded gamma-nitroaldehydes in good yield and up to 97% ee.
Assistance and acceleration of the environment's self-remediation of pollutants represent an important and long-standing goal for environmental chemistry communities. Here, a degradation route using a combination of a nitrite and a ferric salt as the photocatalyst is presented for catalytically removing 17beta-estradiol (E2), estriol (E3), and… (More)