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Thermal unfolding parameters of the different studied FNRsa.

aParameters were calculated as described in the Materials and Methods section.bTm: melting temperatures for the folding-unfolding transitions.cTx: temperature of maximal stability that corresponds to the temperature in which the internal free energy is maximal.dΔG(Tx): value of the internal free energy at the temperature of maximal stability.

Beta-Carotene Reduces Body Adiposity of Mice via BCMO1

Evidence from cell culture studies indicates that β-carotene-(BC)-derived apocarotenoid signaling molecules can modulate the activities of nuclear receptors that regulate many aspects of adipocyte physiology. Two BC metabolizing enzymes, the BC-15,15′-oxygenase (Bcmo1) and the BC-9′,10′-oxygenase (Bcdo2) are expressed in adipocytes. Bcmo1 catalyzes the conversion of BC into retinaldehyde and Bcdo2 into β-10′-apocarotenal and β-ionone. Here we analyzed the impact of BC on body adiposity of mic...

Parameters for transiently divergent and asymptotically divergent GRNs.

I. Joh, Richard; S. Weitz, Joshua (2011)
Publisher: Figshare
Parameters for transiently divergent and asymptotically divergent GRNs.

Summary of genetic findings in AML patients.

*Not previously reported (per LOVD Tuberous sclerosis database for TSC2, chromium.liacs.nl/LOVD2/TSC).†Amplif. denotes amplification, with three copies detected for exon 1.ND, not done. Not all studies were performed on all samples due to limitations in amounts of material.

Multifunctionalized 3-Hydroxypyrroles in a Three-Step, One-Pot Cascade Process from Methyl 3-TBSO-2-diazo-3-butenoate and Nitrones

The synthesis of N-aryl-2-carboxyl-3-hydroxy-5-arylpyrroles has been achieved in high yield by the combination of a TBSO-substituted vinyldiazoacetate and nitrones in a one-pot cascade process involving copper-catalyzed Mannich addition, dirhodium-catalyzed dinitrogen extrusion and N-OTBS insertion, and acid-promoted aromatization (elimination).

Poly(m-Phenylenediamine) Nanospheres and Nanorods: Selective Synthesis and Their Application for Multiplex Nucleic Acid Detection

In this paper, we demonstrate for the first time that poly(m-phenylenediamine) (PMPD) nanospheres and nanorods can be selectively synthesized via chemical oxidation polymerization of m-phenylenediamine (MPD) monomers using ammonium persulfate (APS) as an oxidant at room temperature. It suggests that the pH value plays a critical role in controlling the the morphology of the nanostructures and fast polymerization rate favors the anisotropic growth of PMPD under homogeneous nucleation condition...

Coe Genes Are Expressed in Differentiating Neurons in the Central Nervous System of Protostomes

Genes of the coe (collier/olfactory/early B-cell factor) family encode Helix-Loop-Helix transcription factors that are widely conserved in metazoans and involved in many developmental processes, neurogenesis in particular. Whereas their functions during vertebrate neural tube formation have been well documented, very little is known about their expression and role during central nervous system (CNS) development in protostomes. Here we characterized the CNS expression of coe genes in the insec...