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bryodin protein, Bryonia dioica
National Institutes of Health
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Bryodin, a single-chain ribosome-inactivating protein, selectively inhibits the growth of HIV-1-infected cells and reduces HIV-1 production
Research in experimental medicine. Zeitschrift…
Corpus ID: 6848557
SummaryBryodin, a single-chain ribosome-inactivating protein (RIP) isolated fromBryonia cretica sspdioica (cucurbitaceae), was…
Bryodin, a ribosome-inactivating protein from the roots of Bryonia dioica L. (white bryony).
W. A. Stevens
The Biochemical journal
Corpus ID: 42450163
Bryodin is a strongly basic (pI greater than or equal to 9.5) glycoprotein (neutral sugar content 6.3%) with Mr 30,000, purified…
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