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  • TargeTALE: A Web Resource to Identify TALEs in Xanthomonas Genomes and Their Respective Targets. [Journal Article]
    Mol Plant Microbe Interact 2019; :MPMI08190227AKremer FS, Guimarães AM, … da Silva Pinto L
  • The Xanthomonas genus, comprises more than 30 species of gram-negative bacteria, most of which are pathogens of plants with high economic value, such as rice, common bean, and maize. Transcription activator-like effectors (TALEs), which act by regulating the host gene expression, are some of the major virulence factors of these bacteria. We present a novel tool to identify TALE genes in the genom…
  • A Combinatorial Electrochemical Biosensor for Sweat Biomarker Benchmarking. [Journal Article]
    SLAS Technol 2019; :2472630319882003Ganguly A, Rice P, … Prasad S
  • Misclassification of an acute disease condition as chronic and vice versa by electrochemical sweat biomarker sensors can cause significant psychological, emotional, and financial stress among patients. To achieve higher accuracy in distinguishing between a chronic condition and an acute condition, there is a need to establish a reference biomarker to index the actual chronic disease biomarker of …
  • Formaldehyde removal in the air by six plant systems with or without rhizosphere microorganisms. [Journal Article]
    Int J Phytoremediation 2019; :1-9Zhao S, Zhao Y, … Su Y
  • Uptake and in-plant transport of formaldehyde by six plants with or without soil microorganisms were investigated. The capabilities of fresh and boiled leaf extracts to dissipate added formaldehyde were also measured to evaluate formaldehyde metabolism in plant tissues. Results show that when the initial formaldehyde level in air was 0.56 ± 0.04 mg·m-3, the removal rate in the plant-only systems …
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