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A study of CCD8 genes/proteins in seven monocots and eight dicots

Agarwal, Sandhya Tyagi, Dinesh Kumar Saini, Vikas Kumar, Anuj Kumar, Sanjay Kumar. Formal analysis: Ritu Batra, Priyanka Agarwal, Sandhya Tyagi. Methodology: Ritu Batra, Renu Pandey. Resources: Harindra

Genome-scale identification, classification, and tissue specific expression analysis of late embryogenesis abundant (LEA) genes under abiotic stress conditions in Sorghum bicolor L.

. Manohar Rao, P. B. Kavi Kishor. Data curation: M. Nagaraju, Anuj Kumar. Formal analysis: M. Nagaraju, S. Anil Kumar, Palakolanu Sudhakar Reddy, Anuj Kumar, D. Manohar Rao, P. B. Kavi Kishor ... Sudhakar Reddy, Anuj Kumar. Supervision: D. Manohar Rao, P. B. Kavi Kishor. Visualization: M. Nagaraju, S. Anil Kumar, Palakolanu Sudhakar Reddy. Writing ? original draft: M. Nagaraju, Palakolanu Sudhakar

Genome-wide identification and characterization of gene family for RWP-RK transcription factors in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

Data curation: Anuj Kumar, Ritu Batra, Sandhya Tyagi. Formal analysis: Anuj Kumar, Ritu Batra, Vijay Gahlaut, Tinku Gautam, Sanjay Kumar, Mansi Sharma, Krishna Pal Singh. Methodology: Renu Pandey ... . Supervision: Harindra Singh Balyan, Renu Pandey, Pushpendra Kumar Gupta. Writing – original draft: Anuj Kumar, Ritu Batra. Writing – review & editing: Harindra Singh Balyan, Renu Pandey, Pushpendra Kumar

The Yeast Sks1p Kinase Signaling Network Regulates Pseudohyphal Growth and Glucose Response

. Andrews 0 Anuj Kumar 0 Scott Erdman, Syracuse, United States of America 0 1 Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor , Michigan, United States of

Pooled Segregant Sequencing Reveals Genetic Determinants of Yeast Pseudohyphal Growth

The pseudohyphal growth response is a dramatic morphological transition and presumed foraging mechanism wherein yeast cells form invasive and surface-spread multicellular filaments. Pseudohyphal growth has been studied extensively as a model of conserved signaling pathways controlling stress responses, cell morphogenesis, and fungal virulence in pathogenic fungi. The genetic...

Epigenetic Activation of Antibacterial Property of an Endophytic Streptomyces coelicolor Strain AZRA 37 and Identification of the Induced Protein Using MALDI TOF MS/MS

The endophytic Streptomyces coelicolor strain AZRA 37 was isolated from the surface sterilized root of Azadirachta indica A. Juss., commonly known as neem plant in India. Since only a few reports are available regarding epigenetic modulations of microbial entities, S. coelicolor was treated with different concentrations of 5-azacytidine for this purpose and evaluated for its...

Towards Systematic Discovery of Signaling Networks in Budding Yeast Filamentous Growth Stress Response Using Interventional Phosphorylation Data

Reversible phosphorylation is one of the major mechanisms of signal transduction, and signaling networks are critical regulators of cell growth and development. However, few of these networks have been delineated completely. Towards this end, quantitative phosphoproteomics is emerging as a useful tool enabling large-scale determination of relative phosphorylation levels. However...

Monoclonal Antibodies against Hepatitis C Genotype 3a Virus Like Particle Inhibit Virus Entry in Cell Culture System

Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India. Dr. Soma Das was the recipient of S K Kothari postdoctoral Fellowship from UGC, Govt. of India. Anuj Kumar Dayal was a recipient of Junior Research Fellowship from

p53 Amino-Terminus Region (1–125) Stabilizes and Restores Heat Denatured p53 Wild Phenotype

Background The intrinsically disordered N-ter domain (NTD) of p53 encompasses approximately hundred amino acids that contain a transactivation domain (1–73) and a proline-rich domain (64–92) and is responsible for transactivation function and apoptosis. It also possesses an auto-inhibitory function as its removal results in remarkable reduction in dissociation of p53 from DNA...

SARS-CoV 9b Protein Diffuses into Nucleus, Undergoes Active Crm1 Mediated Nucleocytoplasmic Export and Triggers Apoptosis When Retained in the Nucleus

Background 9b is an accessory protein of the SARS-CoV. It is a small protein of 98 amino acids and its structure has been solved recently. 9b is known to localize in the extra-nuclear region and has been postulated to possess a nuclear export signal (NES), however the role of NES in 9b functioning is not well understood. Principal Findings/Methodology In this report, we...

A Large-Scale Complex Haploinsufficiency-Based Genetic Interaction Screen in Candida albicans: Analysis of the RAM Network during Morphogenesis

The morphogenetic transition between yeast and filamentous forms of the human fungal pathogen Candida albicans is regulated by a variety of signaling pathways. How these pathways interact to orchestrate morphogenesis, however, has not been as well characterized. To address this question and to identify genes that interact with the Regulation of Ace2 and Morphogenesis (RAM...