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  • Predicting antibacterial activity from snake venom proteomes. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2020; 15(1):e0226807Rheubert JL, Meyer MF, … Charvat RA
  • The continued evolution of antibiotic resistance has increased the urgency for new antibiotic development, leading to exploration of non-traditional sources. In particular, snake venom has garnered attention for its potent antibacterial properties. Numerous studies describing snake venom proteomic composition as well as antibiotic efficacy have created an opportunity to synthesize relationships b…
  • K31 as a novel marker for clear secretory cells in human eccrine sweat glands. [Journal Article]
    J Mol Histol 2020Du L, Zhang X, … Li H
  • K31 was previously considered as one of the hair keratins. During a study on differential markers between hair follicles and eccrine sweat glands, we observed that K31 was expressed in eccrine sweat gland cells in a scattered pattern, similar to the distribution of dark or clear secretory cells. To investigate the precise cell localization of K31 in human eccrine sweat glands and find new marker …
  • Microscopical Detection of Cell Death Processes During Scots Pine Zygotic Embryogenesis. [Journal Article]
    Methods Mol Biol 2020; 2122:223-237Vuosku J, Sutela S
  • Programmed cell death (PCD) processes are essential in the plant embryogenesis. To understand how PCD operates in a developing seed, the dying cells need to be identified in relation to their surviving neighbors. This can be accomplished by the means of in situ visualization of fragmented DNA-a well-known hallmark of PCD. In the developing Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) seed, several tissues di…
  • Imaging of Embryo Sac and Early Seed Development in Maize after Feulgen Staining. [Journal Article]
    Methods Mol Biol 2020; 2122:191-203Kalinowska K, Chen J, Dresselhaus T
  • Compared with small model plants like Arabidopsis containing ovules with few cell layers, embryo sac and embryo development of model crop plants such as maize and other grasses are difficult to image. Multiple layers of tissue usually surround the deeply embedded embryo sac and developing embryo. Moreover, reliable cell biological marker lines labeling, for example, nuclei, plasma membrane, cell …
  • StatPearls: Bacteroides Fragilis [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Elsaghir Hend H University of Toledo Reddivari Anil Kumar Reddy AKR University of Illinois BOOK
  • Anaerobes are bacteria that do not require oxygen to live. Anaerobes usually fit into two groups based on their gram stain into gram-positive and gram-negative and into cocci and bacilli based on their morphology. Of these, notable pathogenic gram-negative bacillus-shaped strains are Prevotella, Fusobacterium, Bacteroides, and Porphyromonas. Bacteroides species are important clinical pathogens an…
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