Alexandros Alexandratos National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
24 protocols

Amey Redkar Department of Genetics, University of Cordoba
16 protocols

Anna Vangone Computational Structural Biology group, Bijvoet Center for Biomolecular Research, Faculty of Science Chemistry, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
2 protocols

Arsalan Daudi University of California
157 protocols

Editor
Manjula Mummadisetti
  • Post-Doc, Rutgers university
Research focus
  • Biochemistry
  • Photosynthesis, Plant Biochemistry, Protein Chemistry, Biofuels, Marine Biology and Environmental Sciences, Biomineralization.

Education

PhD, Louisiana State University, 2016

Publications

4 Protocols reviewed
Determination of the Effects of Local and Systemic Iron Excess on Lateral Root Initiation in Arabidopsis thaliana
Authors:  Guangjie Li, Lin Zhang and Weiming Shi, date: 07/05/2017, view: 3590, Q&A: 0
Root system architecture depends on nutrient availability. A symptom of iron (Fe) toxicity in plants is stunted root growth, yet little is known about the effects of excess Fe on lateral root (LR) development. To better understand how nutrient ...
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Microplate Assay to Study Carboxypeptidase A Inhibition in Andean Potatoes
Metallocarboxypeptidases (MCP) are zinc-dependent exopeptidases that catalyze the hydrolysis of C-terminal amide bonds in proteins and peptides. They are involved in a wide range of physiological processes and have recently emerged as relevant drug ...
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2 Protocols edited
Probing Conformational States of a Target Protein in Escherichia coli Cells by in vivo Cysteine Cross-linking Coupled with Proteolytic Gel Analysis
Authors:  Sujeet Kumar and Natividad Ruiz , date: 06/20/2019, view: 785, Q&A: 0
Transporters are dynamic membrane proteins that are essential to the physiology of cells. To function, transporters must cycle between various conformational states, so to understand their mechanistic details, it is critical to characterize how ...
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A Method for Extracting the Nuclear Scaffold from the Chromatin Network
Authors:  Junjie Chen, Boon Heng Dennis Teo and Jinhua Lu, date: 04/20/2018, view: 3041, Q&A: 0
Each cell contains many large DNA polymers packed in a nucleus of approx. 10 μm in diameter. With histones, these DNA polymers are known to form chromatins. How chromatins further compact in the nucleus is unclear but it inevitably depends on an ...
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