Last edited by Doukora
Friday, July 24, 2020 | History

2 edition of Investigation into the lectin component of type 11 ribosome inactivating proteins found in the catalog.

Investigation into the lectin component of type 11 ribosome inactivating proteins

Michelle Amelia De Sousa

Investigation into the lectin component of type 11 ribosome inactivating proteins

by Michelle Amelia De Sousa

  • 119 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1996.

StatementMichelle Amelia De Sousa.
The Physical Object
Paginationxix,212p.
Number of Pages212
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17495637M

  Although there has been great progress in identifying ERAD components, how these factors accurately identify substrates remains poorly understood. The targeting of misfolded glycoproteins in the ER lumen for ERAD requires the lectin Yos9, which recognizes the glycan species found on terminally misfolded proteins. Professor Ed Lavelle Prof/ Course Co-Ordinator, Biochemistry Activation of the NLRP3 inflammasome by islet amyloid polypeptide provides a mechanism for enhanced IL-1β 2 in type 2 diabetes, Nature Immunology, 11, G., Pfuller,U. and O'Hagan, D.T, Type II ribosome-inactivating proteins from mistletoe are effective adjuvants when.

P-Type Lectins. P-Type lectins contain a phosphate group. CD-MPR and CI-MPR are the only two members of the P-lectin family, cation-dependent and cation-independent. The main function of P-type lectins in eukaryotic cells involves delivering newly synthesized soluble acid hydrolyses to the lysosome. A hederagenin saponin isolated from Clematis ganpiniana induces apoptosis in breast cancer cells via the mitochondrial pathway Further investigation into the underlying mechanisms of apoptosis induction in breast cancer cells showed that the compound significantly reduced mitochondrial Apaf‑1 and cytochrome c proteins in breast cancer Author: Lin Cheng, Liang Shi, Jing Wu, Xujie Zhou, Xiaoxia Li, Xi Sun, Lei Zhu, Tian‑Song Xia, Qiang Ding.

  The macrophage-inducible C-type lectin, mincle, is an essential component of the innate immune response to Candida albicans. J. Immunol. , – ().Cited by: 8. Translation and Translocation. Tyrosinase truncations were translated in the presence of [35 S]Met/Cys and translocated into semipermeabilized B10BR melanocytes at 27°C for the proper time to obtain the optimal fraction of ribosome-arrested translation reaction was carried out as described previously (Újvári et al., ).The translocated chains were isolated by centrifugation Cited by:


Share this book
You might also like
Penrose annual 1965.

Penrose annual 1965.

Serial 1[-9]

Serial 1[-9]

Seasons

Seasons

Facets of Indian politics

Facets of Indian politics

Disclosure policies

Disclosure policies

Conditionality

Conditionality

Year book

Year book

Religion and art in ancient Greece.

Religion and art in ancient Greece.

International communications glossary

International communications glossary

The Ultimate Guide For Decorating Your Home

The Ultimate Guide For Decorating Your Home

Benjamin and the bear twins.

Benjamin and the bear twins.

Cancer medicine-6 review

Cancer medicine-6 review

Will Democracy Bring Peace Across the Taiwan Strait

Will Democracy Bring Peace Across the Taiwan Strait

Investigation into the lectin component of type 11 ribosome inactivating proteins by Michelle Amelia De Sousa Download PDF EPUB FB2

Plant ribosome-inactivating proteins (RIPs) are inhibitors with RNA-N-glycosidase activity that irreversibly inactivate eukaryotic ribosomes, thereby impairing protein synthesis. In recent years, more than 40 RIPs and lectins belonging to the Sambucus genus have been isolated and characterized to varying by: Lectins from Aegopodium podagraria (APA), Bryonia dioica (BDA), Galanthus nivalis (GNA), Iris hybrid (IRA) and Sambucus nigra (SNAl), and a new lectin-related protein from Sambucus nigra (SNLRP) were studied to ascertain whether they had the properties of ribosome-inactivating proteins (RIP).

IRA and SNLRP inhibited protein synthesis by a cell-free system and, at much higher concentrations, by cells Cited by: Work in the s by the group of Sjur Olsnes established the subunit composition of ricin and that toxicity is the result of its catalytic action on ribosomes resulting in the inhibition of protein synthesis.

For this reason, ricin and related proteins with the same action on ribosomes were named ribosome-inactivating proteins (RIPs).Cited by: proteins, monocot mannose-binding lectins, and other lectins).

The lectins from different sources may facilitate mass production. Application of lectins is possible depending on their properties. The antimicrobial and anti-insect activities of lectins can be made use of in the control of pathogens.

The production of anti-tumor and anti. binding proteins, it would be ideal to classify the plant lectins in terms of the carbohydrate binding domains present in these proteins. Based on the domain structure and binding capabilities, lectins are classified into the following seven categories (Vandenborre et al.

Aralin, a type II ribosome-inactivating protein from Aralia elata, exhibits selective anticancer activity through the processed form of a kDa high-density lipoprotein-binding protein: A. The majority of plant lectins can be classified in seven families of structurally and lutionary related proteins.

Within a given lectin family most but not necessarily all mbers are built up of protomers with a similar primary structure and overall 3-D by:   Editor's note: Dr. Nathan Sharon is among an elite vanguard of scientists who pioneered the study of lectin structure and function.

Since his early work on soybean agglutinin in the s, Dr. Sharon has published hundreds of papers covering all aspects of lectin recognition, from the structural basis for lectin–carbohydrate interactions to clinical by:   Thus one of the ribosomal proteins is likely a glycoprotein, one critical to protein synthesis.

Glycoproteins tend to be secreted proteins. It is possible that the lectin finds itself in the lumen of the host plant cell endoplasmic reticulum, possibly binding to a glycoprotein that is an effective anchor to ribosomes, which often bind to the cytoplasmic face of the ER. lectins are a type of.

carbohydrogen protein. lectins can. bind to cell membrane. Lectin are. sugar binding. these are chains that specifically bound to the proteins and some lipids on the external cell membrane surface but to a lesser extend. The bound HRP catalyzes the conversion of colorless chloronapthol into a REDUCED chloronapthol.

Over the last few years, the chemical and pharmacological characteristics of Sambucus species have been investigated. Among the proteins present in Sambucus species both type 1, and type 2 ribosome-inactivating proteins (RIPs), and hololectins have been reported.

Lectins vary widely, according to their source. For example, the lectin found in wheat has a different shape from the lectin found in soy, and attaches to a different combination of sugars; each of these foods is dangerous for some blood types, but can sometimes be beneficial for others.

In the case of blood type A and soy, the lectin in soy. carbohydrates present in cell surfaces. Lectins are roles.

The characteristic property of lectins to in different areas such as molecular and cell Lectins: Function, structure, biological properties and Lectins are a special class of proteins widely and reversibly bind to carbohydrates and glycoconjugates through their binding sites.

TheseFile Size: KB. protein ligands were introduced as specific binde rs for Nkrp1 proteins and three dimensional models of receptor/protein ligand interaction were derived from crystallographic data. Finally, for at least some members of the NK cell C-type lectin-like proteins, the “sweet story”.

Product # Description. Add to Cart. HPA Anti-ASGR1 antibody produced in rabbit Prestige Antibodies ® Powered by Atlas Antibodies, affinity isolated antibody, buffered aqueous glycerol solution. LECTINS AS MOLECULES AND AS TOOLS. Annual Review of Biochemistry from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria has vaulted from obscurity to become one of the most widely studied and exploited proteins in biochemistry and cell biology.

Proteins synthesized by mitochondrial ribosomes are exported into the inner membrane (IM) by the OXA Cited by: Antibodies, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. In this report, we used hydrogen exchange-mass spectrometry (HX-MS) to identify the epitopes recognized by 21 single-domain camelid antibodies (V H Hs) directed against the ribosome-inactivating subunit (RTA) of ricin toxin, a biothreat agent of concern to military and public health authorities.

A component often added to vaccines to stimulate the immune response to pathogen components in the vaccine is called a/an _____ adjuvant A special type of endocytosis whereby large particles or cells are taken into a cell enclosed in an endosome for digestion is called __________________.

Antibodies, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, Since their first description 25 years ago, single-domain antibody fragments, derived from heavy-chain-only antibodies of camelids, so-called nanobodies, have emerged as attractive alternatives to conventional antibodies for multiple applications in biomedical research.

The Role of Reg Proteins, a Family of Secreted C-Type Lectins, in Islet Regeneration and as Autoantigens in Type 1 Diabetes. By Werner Gurr. Submitted: November 30th Reviewed: April 19th Published: November 25th DOI: /Cited by: 2.

An investigation into the effects of exposure to digestive enzymes and polymer degradation on the integrity of microparticle-associated antigen., The Journal of Controlled Release, 50, (),p - Journal Article,   Soluble lectins: a new class of extracellular proteins.

Barondes SH. Soluble lectins of cellular slime molds and vertebrates are present at extracellular sites in the developing or adult tissues that make them. Some lectins are concentrated around cell groups, as Cited by: On translocation of a polypeptide into the ER lumen, N-linked glycans are predominantly transferred cotranslationally once the consensus site has emerged 11–13 amino acids deep into the lumen (Whitley et al., ).

Therefore, the consensus site must be >70 amino acids away from the C terminus of the truncation or the ribosomal P-site to be.