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Studies On Phosphorylation And Oligomerization Of Rotavirus Nonstructural Protein 5 (NSP5) And Cellular Pathways That Regulate Virus Replication
Rotavirus is one of the leading etiological agents of gastroenteritis in young of many species including humans worldwide and is responsible for about 600,000 infant deaths per annum. Rotavirus belongs to the Reoviridae ...
Structural And Functional Characterization Of Calcium-Dependent Protein Kinase (CaCDPK1) From Cicer Arietinum : Effects Of Autophosphorylation And Membrane Phospholipids
In plants, calcium is a ubiquitous signaling molecule and changes in cytosolic calcium levels reported in response to various abiotic and biotic stresses like salt stress, drought, pathogen attack and phytohormone signaling. ...
Targeting The CD4 Biniding Site In HIV-1 Immunogen Design
Over three decades have passed since the discovery of HIV-1, yet an AIDS vaccine remains elusive. The envelope glycoprotein of HIV-1 gp120, is the most exposed protein on the viral surface and thus serves as an important ...
Molecular Characterisation Of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Fic Protein And Its Gene And Identification And Characterisation Of A Novel Functional Interaction Between FtsZ And NDK in Mycobacteria
Living organisms employ different kinds of mechanisms, to regulate the functions of genes or their products, which may help in maintaining homeostasis inside the cell or may help in fighting hostile environment in the case ...
Insights Into The Mechanism Of Actions Of Luteinizing Hormone And Prostaglandin F2α In The Regulation Of Corpus Luteum Function Of Monoovulatory Species
Corpus luteum (CL), a transient endocrine structure formed from the ruptured ovarian follicle after ovulation, secretes progesterone (P4) that is essential for establishment and maintenance of pregnancy in mammals. The ...
Insights Into Cytostatic Mechanisms Regulated By Receptor Guanylyl Cyclase C
All cells are equipped to sense changes in their environment and make adaptive responses according to the stimuli. Signal recognition usually occurs at the cell membrane (with the exception of steroid signalling) where the ...