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  • Metabolome and transcriptome analyses reveal quality change in the orange-rooted Salvia miltiorrhiza (Danshen) from cultivated field. [Journal Article]
    Chin Med 2019; 14:42Zhan Z, Fang W, … Huang L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Decreases in the content of dehydrogenated furan ring tanshinones such as tanshinone IIA resulted in phenotypic changes and quality degradation of Danshen. Transcriptome analysis indicated that incorrect folding and ER-associated degradation of corresponding enzymes, which could catalyze C15-C16 dehydrogenase, might be contributed to the decrease in dehydrogenated furan ring tanshinones, rather than lower expression of the relative genes. This limited dehydrogenation of cryptotanshinone and dihydrotanshinone I into tanshinones IIA and I products, respectively, led to a reduced quality of Danshen in cultivated fields.
  • An insight into molecular interaction of PGIP with PG for banana cultivar. [Journal Article]
    Front Biosci (Landmark Ed) 2020; 25:335-362Kumar S, Dehury B, … Kumar D
  • PolyGalacturonase Inhibiting Proteins (PGIPs) are leucine rich repeat pathogenesis-related (PR) cell wall proteins, which interact and inhibit the PolyGalacturonase (PG), an enzyme secreted by the pathogen to degrade pectin. Interaction of PGIP with PG limits the vulnerability of PG by the activation of host defense response against pathogenic attack. Erwinia is gram-negative soft rot bacteria re…
  • Curcumin Mitigates Immune-Induced Epithelial Barrier Dysfunction by Campylobacter jejuni. [Journal Article]
    Int J Mol Sci 2019; 20(19)Lobo de Sá FD, Butkevych E, … Bücker R
  • Campylobacter jejuni (C. jejuni) is the most common cause of foodborne gastroenteritis worldwide. The bacteria induce diarrhea and inflammation by invading the intestinal epithelium. Curcumin is a natural polyphenol from turmeric rhizome of Curcuma longa, a medical plant, and is commonly used in curry powder. The aim of this study was the investigation of the protective effects of curcumin agains…
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