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Quantitative Ethnobotany of Medicinal Plants Used by Indigenous Communities in the Bandarban District of Bangladesh
The present study showed that traditional treatment using medicinal plants is still widespread in the study area and may promote further phytochemical and pharmacological investigations and possibly, lead to the development of new drugs.
Rice black streaked dwarf virus P9-1, an alpha-helical protein, self-interacts and forms viroplasms in vivo.
Results suggest that P9-1 is the minimal viral component required for viroplasm formation and that it plays an important role in the early stages of the virus life cycle by forming intracellular viroPLasms that serve as the sites of virus replication and assembly.
Ethanol and Methanol Can Improve Huperzine A Production from Endophytic Colletotrichum gloeosporioides ES026
Light is shed on the importance of optimizing the fermentation process, which, combined with effective inducers, maximizes production of chemicals of important economic interest from endophytic fungi.
Camelid single domain antibodies (VHHs) as neuronal cell intrabody binding agents and inhibitors of Clostridium botulinum neurotoxin (BoNT) proteases.
Molecular characterization and expression analysis of a rice protein phosphatase 2C gene, OsBIPP2C1, and overexpression in transgenic tobacco conferred enhanced disease resistance and abiotic…
Transgenic tobacco plants overexpressing OsBIPP2C1 gene showed enhanced disease resistance against tobacco mosaic virus and Phytophthora paratisca and increased tolerance against salt and osmotic stresses, suggesting thatOsBIPP1C1 may play important roles in responses to biotic and abiotic stresses.
Yeast Surface Two-hybrid for Quantitative in Vivo Detection of Protein-Protein Interactions via the Secretory Pathway*
- Xuebo Hu, Sungkwon Kang, Xiaoyue Chen, C. Shoemaker, M. Jin
- BiologyThe Journal of Biological Chemistry
- 15 April 2009
The use of YS2H is demonstrated in exploring the nature of antigen recognition by antibodies and activation allostery in integrins and in isolating heavy chain-only antibodies against botulinum neurotoxin.
Qualitative and quantitative ethnobotanical study of the Pangkhua community in Bilaichari Upazilla, Rangamati District, Bangladesh
It is shown that the Pangkhua community still depends substantially on ethnomedicinal plants for the treatment of various ailments and diseases and that several of these plants are used in novel ways or represented their first instances of use for medicinal applications.
Combinatorial libraries against libraries for selecting neoepitope activation-specific antibodies
- Xuebo Hu, Sungkwon Kang, C. Lefort, Minsoo Kim, M. Jin
- Biology, ChemistryProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 22 March 2010
The isolation of antibody antagonists that preferentially bind activated integrin Mac-1 (αMβ2) and are potent in blocking neutrophil adhesion and migration are reported.
Ectopic expression of a rice protein phosphatase 2C gene OsBIPP2C2 in tobacco improves disease resistance
- Xuebo Hu, Huijuan Zhang, Guojun Li, Yuxia Yang, Zhong Zheng, F. Song
- BiologyPlant Cell Reports
- 19 April 2009
Overexpression of OsBIPP2C2a in transgenic tobacco plants resulted in increased disease resistance against tobacco mosaic virus and Phytophthora parasitica var.
Expert Consensus for Treating Cancer Patients During the Pandemic of SARS-CoV-2
An expert consensus was developed by all contributors from different disciplines after fully discussion based on the understanding and analysis of limited information of COVID-19, which highlighted a multidisciplinary team diagnostic model with assessment of the balance between risks and benefits prior to treatment.