Xiang-jun Sun

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Bin1b is a beta-defensins-like molecule originally isolated from the rat epididymis. Owing to its bactericidal activity, Bin1b may have therapeutic properties suitable for the treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. The amino terminus of the mature Bin1b peptide contains a conserved myristoylated Gly residue. We studied the requirement of the terminal(More)
Mucin 2 (MUC2) is a mucin molecule aberrantly expressed by ovarian cancer cells. Previous in vitro studies have indicated that MUC2 promotes cancer growth and metastasis through a tumor-associated macrophage (TAM)-dependent mechanism. However, this mechanism has never been linked to clinical oncology, and its prognostic significance needed to be clarified.(More)
The expression of cDNA encoding Tachyleus auti-lipoposaccharide (LPS) factor, which is of interest for use as a potential inhibitor of the common core subunit of Gram-negative bacterial endotoxin. First, the TALF gene was inserted into expression vectors pGEX-4T-2, pET22b and pET28a to construct recombinant expression plasmids. The recombinant plasmids were(More)
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