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Salivary proteome signatures in the early and middle stages of human pregnancy with term birth outcome

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Present prospective study is designed to find changes in salivary protein expressions from early to middle phase of term pregnancy. To date, a comprehensive characterization of the longitudinal salivary proteome in pregnancy has not been performed, and here first time we establish an expressional trajectory for modulated proteins in pregnancy. The label free proteomics (SWATH-MS) […]

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Transgelin-2 and phosphoregulation of the LIC2 subunit of dynein regulate mitotic spindle orientation

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Most cells divide through a highly dynamic but tightly regulated process known as mitosis to help the body grow and develop properly. Mistake(s) during mitosis lead to aberrant growth and development, and often to deadly diseases like cancer. One key event early during mitosis is the proper positioning and orientation of the mitotic spindle within […]

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Carbonyl Cytotoxicity Affects Plant Cellular Processes and Detoxifying Enzymes Scavenge These Compounds to Improve Stress Tolerance

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Plants constantly exposed to stress and oxidative stress is ubiquitous. The downstream effect of oxidative stress in terms of generation of Reactive carbonyl compounds (RCC), glycation products were not explored well in plant biology. This review provides an insight that sequence of events happening in the plants and their influence on plant physiology and subsequent […]

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Mouse genetic models to understand human musculoskeletal disease

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Myosins are proteins which are present in all cell types, essential for fundamental cellular functions such as cell movement, cell division and transport of cargoes within cells. A specialized set of myosin proteins known as muscle myosins are expressed by the skeletal muscle, which are required for muscle contraction. While most muscle myosin proteins are […]

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Proteome Analyses Reveal Macrophomina phaseolina’s Survival Tools When Challenged by Burkholderia contaminans NZ

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 A phytopathogenic fungus, Macrophomina phaseolina, which infects a wide range of plants, is an important consideration in agronomy. Its management is made mostly through the use of fungicidal chemicals or by crop rotation. However, no such strategies have been successful in eliminating the fungus from the soil and therefore the risk of its infection remains inevitable. […]

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