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Type-II Ribosome Inactivating Proteins From Abrus Precatorius : Cytotoxicity And Mechanism Of Cell Death
Type-II Ribosome Inactivating Proteins from Abrus precatorius: Cytotoxicity and Mechanism of Cell Death A/B toxins produced by bacteria and plants are among the deadliest molecules known. The plant type-II ribosome ...
A Comparative Study On The Sensitivity Of Cells Of Different Lineages To Plant Ribosome Inactivating Protein - Abrin
Proteins with selective toxicity have been investigated for use in many ways. One class of proteins, ribosome-inactivating proteins (RIPs), is found throughout the plant kingdom as well as in lower organisms like certain ...
Glycodelin A : A Novel Immunoregulatory Lectin Of The Female Reproductive Tract : Molecular Mechanism Of GdA-Induced Apoptosis In Activated T Cells
Glycodelin is a 162 amino acid secreted glycoprotein classified as a member of the lipocalin (carriers of small hydrophobic molecules) superfamily based on the presence of lipocalin signature motifs in its primary sequence. ...
Production Of Anticancer Drug Taxol And Its Precursor Baccatin III By Fusarium Solani And Their Apoptotic Activity On Human Cancer Cell Lines
Taxol (generic name paclitaxel), a plant‐derived antineoplastic agent, was originally isolated from the bark of the Pacific yew, Taxus brevifolia. Obtaining taxol from this source requires destruction of trees. It has been ...
Mechanism of Abrin-Induced Apoptosis and Insights into the Neutralizing Activity of mAb D6F10
Abrin is a potent toxin obtained from the seeds of Abrus precatorius. It is a heterodimeric glycoprotein consisting of an A and a B subunit linked together by a disulfide bond. The toxicity of the protein comes from the A ...