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Exploiting microbial enzymes for augmenting crop production
Enzymes in Food Biotechnology, 503-519 (2019)
Gbemisola J Fadimu et al.
Foods (Basel, Switzerland), 11(21) (2022-11-12)
The use of natural ingredients for managing diabetes is becoming more popular in recent times due to the several adverse effects associated with synthetic antidiabetic medications. In this study, we investigated the in vitro antidiabetic potential (through inhibition of α-glucosidase
Kentaro Kato et al.
Biochemical and biophysical research communications, 436(2), 252-258 (2013-06-04)
Mouse strain-specific differences in the carbohydrate composition of intestinal mucins were hypothesized to account for strain-dependent susceptibility to Entamoeba histolytica. To test this hypothesis, intestinal mucins from susceptible and resistant inbred strains of mice were analyzed for their O-glycan content
Priyanka Singh Rao et al.
Journal of food science and technology, 57(12), 4562-4575 (2020-10-23)
This paper shows the potential of dual enzyme approach on antioxidant activity of casein hydrolysates. Casein was hydrolysed using the proteolytic enzymes alcalase, flavourzyme in isolation and in sequential order. Casein hydrolysates were evaluated for the degree of hydrolysis, antioxidant
Yun Hee Kim et al.
Toxicology, 378, 86-94 (2017-01-15)
Epidemiological studies have shown that fungal infections are a main cause of respiratory tract diseases, such as asthma, bronchopneumonia, intoxication, and invasive fungal disease. Fungi such as Aspergillus and Candida species have become increasingly important pathogens as the global climate
Joey S Lockhart et al.
Biofilm, 4, 100095-100095 (2022-12-09)
Host immune cells and clinical interventions often fail to eradicate biofilm-mediated infections, resulting in chronic inflammation. The role of the biofilm three-dimensional structure in this tolerant phenotype has been studied extensively; however, the impact of small molecules released from biofilm-bacteria
Chuanfen Pu et al.
Food & function, 8(11), 4159-4169 (2017-10-13)
With the aim of exploring a natural antilisterial peptide from food-derived origin, an antibacterial peptide named as Alpep7 was purified from the bromelain hydrolysate of rice bran protein (RBP) in this study. The resulting amino acid consequence was identified as
A preliminary study on using enzymes in cleaning archaeological wood
Hamed S
Journal of Archaeological Science, 39(7), 2515-2520 (2012)
Yun Hee Kim et al.
Mediators of inflammation, 2018, 6461032-6461032 (2018-06-05)
Airway epithelial cells secrete diverse inflammatory mediators in response to various stimuli. Thus, early regulation of immune responses in the airway epithelium is likely critical for the control of chronic inflammatory diseases. The purpose of the present study was to
B Bijina et al.
Saudi journal of biological sciences, 18(3), 273-281 (2011-07-01)
Protease inhibitors are well known to have several applications in medicine and biotechnology. Several plant sources are known to return potential protease inhibitors. In this study plants belonging to different families of Leguminosae, Malvaceae, Rutaceae, Graminae and Moringaceae were screened
Mycoremediation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Abatement of Environmental Pollutants, 127-149 (2020)
Hydrolases of Halophilic Origin With Importance for the Food Industry
Enzymes in Food Biotechnology, 197-219 (2019)
Refined methodology to purify mucins from pig colonic mucosa
Libao-Mercado AJ and De Lange CFM
Livestock Science, 109(1-3), 141-144 (2007)
Jinju Lee et al.
Clinical and translational medicine, 12(8), e1021-e1021 (2022-08-22)
Eosinophilic inflammation is a hallmark of refractory chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) and considered a major therapeutic target. Autophagy deficiency in myeloid cells plays a causal role in eosinophilic CRS (ECRS) via macrophage IL-1β overproduction, thereby suggesting autophagy regulation as a potential
J Morgan Knight et al.
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), 1799, 1-9 (2018-06-30)
Allergic airway diseases (asthma and chronic rhinosinusitis) are among the most common of all human diseases in heavily industrialized societies. Animal models of asthma have provided remarkable insight into allergic disease pathogenesis and will continue to drive the discovery of
Jelena Patrnogic et al.
PloS one, 12(12), e0188339-e0188339 (2017-12-07)
In Drosophila, recognition of pathogens such as Gram-positive bacteria and fungi triggers the activation of proteolytic cascades and the subsequent activation of the Toll pathway. This response can be achieved by either detection of pathogen associated molecular patterns or by
Nicolas Buchon et al.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106(30), 12442-12447 (2009-07-11)
The Drosophila Toll receptor does not interact directly with microbial determinants, but is instead activated by a cleaved form of the cytokine-like molecule Spätzle. During the immune response, Spätzle is processed by complex cascades of serine proteases, which are activated
Sunantha Ketnawa et al.
Chemistry Central journal, 7(1), 79-79 (2013-05-02)
Too many different protein and enzyme purification techniques have been reported, especially, chromatographic techniques. Apart from low recovery, these multi-step methods are complicated, time consuming, high operating cost. So, alternative beneficially methods are still required. Since, the outstanding advantages of
David S Domozych et al.
The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology, 56(4), 314-322 (2009-07-16)
Cosmarium reniforme (Zygnematophyceae, Streptophyta) is a green alga that is commonly found in biofilms of wetlands of the Adirondack region, NY (USA). Two distinctive characteristics that are critical to this alga's survival in a benthic biofilm are its elaborate cell
Hydrolases of Halophilic Origin With Importance for the Food Industry
Enzymes in Food Biotechnology, 93-109 (2019)
Davin Rautiola et al.
Journal of controlled release : official journal of the Controlled Release Society, 289, 1-9 (2018-09-19)
The low aqueous solubility of diazepam (DZP) presents a challenge in formulating nasal sprays without the use of organic solvents. One approach to overcome this challenge involves co-administration of a soluble prodrug, avizafone (AVF), with a converting enzyme to produce
P P Manzur Ali et al.
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology, 173(1), 167-178 (2014-03-13)
Protease inhibitors can be versatile tools mainly in the fields of medicine, agriculture and food preservative applications. Fungi have been recognized as sources of protease inhibitors, although there are only few such reports on mushrooms. This work reports the purification
Aida Karray et al.
Molecules (Basel, Switzerland), 25(22) (2020-11-26)
The main objective of the current study was the extraction, purification, and biochemical characterization of a protein protease inhibitor from Conyzadioscoridis. Antimicrobial potential and cytotoxic effects were also examined. The protease inhibitor was extracted in 0.1 M phosphate buffer (pH
Christopher M Evans et al.
Nature communications, 6, 6281-6281 (2015-02-18)
In asthma, airflow obstruction is thought to result primarily from inflammation-triggered airway smooth muscle (ASM) contraction. However, anti-inflammatory and smooth muscle-relaxing treatments are often temporary or ineffective. Overproduction of the mucin MUC5AC is an additional disease feature that, while strongly
Laure El Chamy et al.
Nature immunology, 9(10), 1165-1170 (2008-08-30)
In drosophila, molecular determinants from fungi and Gram-positive bacteria are detected by circulating pattern-recognition receptors. Published findings suggest that such pattern-recognition receptors activate as-yet-unidentified serine-protease cascades that culminate in the cleavage of Spätzle, the endogenous Toll receptor ligand, and trigger
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