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  1. αLaboratorio de Biología Molecular y Bioquímica, Departamento de Ciencias Químico Biológicas, Instituto de Ciencias

    (Crotalus molossus molossus)

  2. Reviewed by:

    David Tomat; Leonel Migliore; Virginia Aquili; Andrea Quiberoni; Claudia Balagué; Nora L. Padola; Mohamed H. Abdulla; Adriana Bentancor; David Tomat; Área De Bacteriología; Facultad De Ciencias Bioquímicas Y
    doi: 10.3389/fcimb.2013.00020 Phage biocontrol of enteropathogenic and shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli in meat products

  3. 4Departamento de Bioquímica e Biologia Molecular, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Campus Samambaia, Instituto de Ciências Biológicas, CEP 74.090-900Conclusions: The present study is the first initiative to useanalysis in Trichoderma harzianum

    Andrei Stecca Steindorff; Marcelo Henrique; Soller Ramada; Re Siqueira Guedes Coelho; Robert Neil; Gerard Miller; Georgios Joannis; Cirano José Ulhoa; Eliane Ferreira Noronha
    against the phytopathogen Sclerotinia sclerotiorum d expression profile in T. harzianum strain TR274, in response to the phytopathogenic fungus S. sclerotiorum. It provides insights into the Steindorff et al. BMC Genomics 2014, 15:204

  4. Metabolically engineered Escherichia coli for efficient production of glycosylated natural products

    Salvador Peirú; Eduardo Rodríguez; Hugo G. Menzella; John R. Carney; Hugo Gramajo; Ciencias Bioquímicas Y Farmacéuticas
    Significant achievements in polyketide gene expres-sion have made Escherichia coli one of the most promising hosts for the heterologous production of pharmacologically important polyketides. However, attempts to produce glycosylated polyketides, by the expression of heterologous sugar pathways, have been hampered until now by the low levels of glyco-sylated compounds produced by the recombinant hosts. By carrying out metabolic engineering of three endogenous pathways that lead to the synthesis of TDP sugars in E. coli, we have greatly improved the intracellular levels of the common deoxysugar intermediate TDP-4-keto-6-deoxyglucose resulting in increased production of the heterologous sugars TDP-L-mycarose and TDP-D-desosamine, both com-ponents...

  5. 2Departamento de Bioquímica, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul,

    A. Witczak; G. Zanatta; M. Achaval; P. Pranke; C. A. Netto; Rio Gr; E Do Sul; Porto Alegre
    Transplantation of mononuclear cells from human umbilical cord blood promotes functional recovery after traumatic spinal cord injury in Wistar rats

  6. 3Departamento de Bioquímica y Medicina Molecular, Facultad de Medicina,

    Pablo Lapunzina; Rocío Ortiz López; Lara Rodríguez-laguna; Purificación García-miguel; Augusto Rojas Martínez; Víctor Martínez-glez; Nuevo León Monterrey; Nuevo León
    The increased speed and decreasing cost of sequencing, along with an understanding of the clinical relevance of emerging information for patient management, has led to an explosion of potential applications in healthcare. Cur-rently, SNP arrays and Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies are relatively new techniques used to scan genomes for gains and losses, losses of heterozygosity (LOH), SNPs, and indel variants as well as to perform com-plete sequencing of a panel of candidate genes, the entire exome (whole exome sequencing) or even the whole ge-nome. As a result, these new high-throughput technologies have facilitated progress in the understanding and diagnosis of...

  7. Original Article

    Relationship between two year PSA nadir and biochemical recurrence in prostate cancer patients treated with iodine-125 brachytherapy* A relação entre PSA nadir de dois anos e recidiva bioquímica no tratamento do câncer de próstata com braquiterapia de semente de iodo-125 Franca CAS, Vieira SL, Carvalho ACP, Bernabe AJS, Penna ABRC. Relationship between two year PSA nadir and biochemical recurrence in prostate cancer patients treated with iodine-125 brachytherapy. Radiol Bras. 2014 Mar/Abr;47(2):89–93. Resumo Objective: To evaluate the relationship between two year PSA nadir (PSAn) after brachytherapy and biochemical recurrence rates in prostate cancer patients. Materials and Methods: In the period from...

  8. Maria de Lourdes Teixeira de Moraes Polizeli2 1Departamento de Bioquímica e Imunologia, Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto,

    Vivian Machado Benassi; Rosymar Coutinho De Lucas; João Atílio Jorge; Ribeirão Preto
    Plant cell wall is mainly composed by cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin. The heterogeneous struc-ture and composition of the hemicellulose are key impediments to its depolymerization and subse-quent use in fermentation processes. Thus, this study aimed to perform a screening of thermophilic and thermotolerant filamentous fungi collected from different regions of the São Paulo state, and ana-lyze the production of -xylosidase and arabinanase at different temperatures. These enzymes are im-portant to cell wall degradation and synthesis of end products as xylose and arabinose, respectively, which are significant sugars to fermentation and ethanol production. A total of 12 fungal species were analyzed...

  9. Coordinación de Ciencia de los

    Sabine Lüthje; Harriet T. Parsons; Edmundo M. Mercado-silva; Facultad De Química; Cátedras Conacyt; Laboratorio De; Bioquímica De Proteínas Y Glicanos; Alimentación Y Desarrollo A. C; Rosa Ap; Mercado-silva Em
    Alimentos, Centro de Investigación en

  10. FGF21 and cardiac physiopathology

    Matthew J. Potthoff; Byn Owen; Francesc Villarroya; Departament De Bioquímica I; Biologia Molecular Facultat; Planavila A; Redondo-angulo I; Anna Planavila; Ibon Redondo-angulo; Francesc Villarroya
    This article was submitted to Cellular

  11. Review article

    Rev Paul Pediatr; A Oliva Gobato; Ana Carolina; J. Vasques; Roberto Massao Yamada; Mariana Porto Zambon; Antonio De Azevedo Barros-filho; Gabriel Hessel
    Biochemical, anthropometric and body composition indicators as predictors of hepatic steatosis in obese adolescents Indicadores bioquímicos, antropométricos e de composição corporal como preditores da esteatose hepática em adolescentes obesos Indicadores bioquímicos, antropométricos y de composición corporal como predictores de la esteatosis hepática en adolescentes obesos

  12. 4Instituto de Microbiología Bioquímica/Departamento de

    Juana Pérez; José Muñoz-dorado; Alfredo F. Braña; Lawrence J. Shimkets; Laura Sevillano; Ramón I. Santamaría; Edificio Departamental; Campus Miguel
    Myxococcus xanthus induces actinorhodin overproduction and aerial mycelium formation by

  13. *Correspondence:

    Mauro S. G. Pavão; Marcio Rodrigues; Oswaldo Cruz; Mauro S. G. Pavão; Programa De; Glicobiologia Laboratório De; Bioquímica Médica Leopoldo De; Meis Hospital Universitário; Clementino Fraga Filho
    doi: 10.3389/fcimb.2014.00123 Glycosaminoglycans analogs from marine invertebrates: structure, biological effects, and potential as new therapeutics

  14. Reviewed by:

    Paula Tucci; Gualberto González-sapienza; Monica Marin; Evangelos Giamarellos-bourboulis; Paula Tucci; Sección Bioquímica
    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2014.00549 Pathogen-derived biomarkers for active tuberculosis diagnosis

  15. 1Departamento de Bioquímica, Instituto de Química, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro,

    Rafael A. De Sá; Frederico A. V. De Castro; Elis C. A. Eleutherio; Raquel M. De Souza; Joaquim F. M. Da Silva; Marcos D. Pereira
    Propolis is a natural product widely used for humans. Due to its complex composition, a number of applications (antimicrobial, antiinflammatory, anesthetic, cytostatic and antioxidant) have been at-tributed to this substance. Using Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a eukaryotic model we investigated the mechanisms underlying the antioxidant effect of propolis from Guarapari against oxidative stress. Submitting a wild type (BY4741) and antioxidant deficient strains (ctt1, sod1, gsh1, gtt1 and gtt2) either to 15 mM menadione or to 2 mM hydrogen peroxide during 60 min, we observed that all strains, except the mutant sod1, acquired tolerance when previously treated with 25 g/mL of alco-holic...

  16. Eleazar Martínez-Barajas, Departamento de Bioquímica,

    Matthew Paul; Frederik Börnke; Pierre Crozet; Fundação Calouste; Facultad De Química
    doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00196 The activity of SnRK1 is increased in Phaseolus vulgaris seeds in response to a reduced nutrient supply Patricia Coello and Eleazar Martínez-Barajas*

  17. Atrazine biodegradation in the lab and in the field: enzymatic activities and gene regulation

    O Govantes; Odil Porrúa; Vicente García-gonzález; Eduardo Santero; Centro Andaluz; Biología Desarrollo; Pablo De Olavide-csic; Molecular E Ingeniería Bioquímica
    and gene regulation

  18. Técnica, ética y mejoramiento humano: acerca de la constitución tecno-lógica del ser

    Osorio García, Sergio Néstor; Macraigne ., Steve
    La comunicación presenta un avance de investigación del proyecto HUM 1517: la Bioética como ética de la responsabilidad planetaria, que indaga sobre un nuevo horizonte epistemológico para fundamentación de la Bioética tal y como fuera diseñada por el bioquímico norteamericana Van Rensselaer Potter. De allí se deriva un programa de fundamentación epistemológica que nos permite preguntarnos por el papel de la bioética en la perspectiva del mejoramiento técnico de la humanidad. El mejoramiento de la humanidad sólo se puede entender si tenemos en cuenta la esencia tecno-lógica del ser humano, y si aseguramos el objeto del mejoramiento: la supervivencia la...

  19. cereal seed development and germination

    O Domínguez; Francisco J. Cejudo; Paolo Sabelli; Francisco J. Cejudo; Bioquímica Vegetal Y Fotosíntesis
    The life cycle of cereal seeds can be divided into two phases, development and germination, separated by a quiescent period. Seed development and germination require the growth and differentiation of new tissues, but also the ordered disappearance of cells, which takes place by a process of programmed cell death (PCD). For this reason, cereal seeds have become excellent model systems for the study of developmental PCD in plants. At early stages of seed development, maternal tissues such as the nucellus, the pericarp, and the nucellar projections undergo a progressive degeneration by PCD, which allows the remobilization of their cellular contents...

  20. Reviewed by:

    Mainá Bitar; Mariana Boroni; Andréa M. Macedo; Carlos R. Machado; Glória R. Franco; Thiago M. Venancio; Lakshminarayan M. Iyer; Glória R. Franco; Bioquímica E Imunologia
    doi: 10.3389/fgene.2013.00199 The spliced leader trans-splicing mechanism in different organisms: molecular details and possible biological roles

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