Category: Recombinant Proteins

Bacterial triacylglycerol lipase is a potential cholesterol esterase: Identification of a key determinant for sterol-binding specificity

Ldl cholesterol esterase (Che) from Burkholderia stabilis (BsChe) is a homolog of well-characterized and industrially related bacterial triacylglycerol lipases (Lips). BsChe is a uncommon bacterial Lip enzyme that displays sensible… Read more »

A microfluidic analysis of thrombus formation in reconstituted whole blood samples comparing spray-dried plasma versus fresh frozen plasma

Background: Immediate resuscitation with plasma and different blood merchandise reduces trauma-related morbidity and mortality. Commonplace storage and preparation methods for frozen plasma restrict its utility within the pre-hospital setting. Plasma may be dehydrated… Read more »

Innovative utilization of molecular imprinting technology for selective adsorption and (photo)catalytic eradication of organic pollutants

The fast growth of industrialization and urbanization ends in a quite a few manufacturing of varied natural chemical substances to satisfy the growing demand in high-quality life. Through the synthesis… Read more »

Molecular identification and performance evaluation of wild yeasts from different Ethiopian

Molecular identification and performance evaluation of wild yeasts from different Ethiopian fermented products Different types of yeasts and lactic acid bacteria dominate in spontaneously fermented products (food, beverages, and condiments) that are… Read more »

Molecular Structures and Conversion to Pharmacologically Important Skeletons

Pure Product-Derived Chiral Pyrrolidine-2,5-diones, Their Molecular Constructions and Conversion to Pharmacologically Essential Skeletons The flexibility of the pure merchandise (2<i>S</i>,3<i>S</i>)- and (2<i>S</i>,3<i>R</i>)-3-hydroxy-5-oxotetrahydrofuran-2,3-dicarboxylic acids (<b>1</b> and <b>2</b>), remoted in giant quantities from tropical plant… Read more »

Unveiling the molecular mechanisms underpinning biorecognition

Unveiling the molecular mechanisms underpinning biorecognition of early-glycated human serum albumin and receptor for advanced glycation end products. Serum levels of early-glycated albumin are significantly increased in patients with diabetes mellitus and may… Read more »

Molecular epidemiology of Usher syndrome in Italy.

OBJECTIVEUsher syndrome is an autosomal recessive disorder characterized by hearing and vision loss. Usher syndrome is clinically divided into three subclasses (type 1, type 2 and type 3), which differ… Read more »