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Antimicrobial Properties and Membrane-Active Mechanism of a Potential α-Helical Antimicrobial Derived from Cathelicidin PMAP-36
Antimicrobial peptides (AMPs), which present in the non-specific immune system of organism, are amongst the most promising candidates for the development of novel antimicrobials. The modification ofExpand
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Molecular cloning and stress-dependent regulation of potassium channel gene in Chinese cabbage (Brassica rapa ssp. Pekinensis).
Potassium channels are important for many physiological functions in plants, one of which is to regulate plant adaption to stress conditions. In this study, KCT2, the gene encoding a membrane-boundExpand
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In vitro micropropagation of juvenile selfroot-clones of Hevea brasiliensis
Anther plantlets of Hevea brasiliensis were cut into segments each with one bud at least, and were inoculated on the MS medium supplemented with 6-BA 2mg/L. The buds grew into shoots of 3 to 5 cmExpand
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Synergistic interaction of PMAP-36 and PRW4 with aminoglycoside antibiotics and their antibacterial mechanism
The antimicrobial peptide PMAP-36 is a highly cationic and amphipathic α-helical peptide. PRW4 is a truncated analog that replaces paired lysine residues with tryptophan along the N-terminal andExpand
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New Insight into the Toughening Mechanisms of Seashell
A seashell is a closed three-dimensional curved surface formed by two symmetrical open shells. Three-point bending is performed on a pure aragonite straight beam (PASB) model and a multilayerExpand
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Preparation and tribological properties of attapulgite – bentonite clay base grease
Purpose – The mixture of attapulgite and bentonite was used as a thickener, and polyalphaolefin was used as the base oil to prepare the new lubricating grease. Some solid particles such asExpand
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