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Proteomics is a rapidly growing field of molecular biology that is concerned with the methodical approach to protein expression analysis of a cell or an organism. Bioinformatics is the application of computer expertise to the management of biological information. The melding of science of Bioinformatics with proteomics provides an essential edge to the use of genomic information in understanding human diseases and ... Readmore

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2019-12-31 Research Article

The importance of gestational age in first trimester, maternal urine MALDI-Tof MS screening tests for Down Syndrome

Ray K Iles*, Nicolaides K, Pais RJ, Zmuidinaite R, Keshavarz S, Poon LCY and Butler SA

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Background: The proposal that MALDI-ToF mass spectrometry could be used as a direct, rapid and affordable diagnostic tool in clinical laboratory medicine has moved from a theoretical possibility to a reality for Microbiology. Several studies have proposed the...

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2019-12-19 Research Article

Theoretical study on binding interactions of laccase-enzyme from Ganoderma weberianum with multiples ligand substrates with environmental impact

Yosberto Cárdenas-Moreno*, Luis Ariel Espinosa, Julio Cesar Vieyto, Michael González-Durruthy, Alberto del Monte-Martinez, Gilda Guerra-Rivera and Maria Isabel Sánchez López

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Laccase catalyzes oxidation of lignin and aromatic compound with similar structure to this one. Their low substrate specificity results on degradation of similar phenolic compounds. In this context, Molecular Docking was performed with different ligands suggesting potential b...

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2018-04-09 Review Article

The properties of nonlinear excitations and verification of validity of theory of energy transport in the protein molecules

Pang Xiao-Feng*

Based on different properties of structure of helical protein molecules some theories of bio-energy transport along the molecular chains have been proposed and established, where the energy is released by hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). A brief survey of past researches on differen...

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2018-03-02 Opinion

Prediction of protein Post-Translational Modifi cation sites: An overview

Md. Mehedi Hasan* and Mst. Shamima Khatun

Post-translational modification (PTM) refers to the covalent and enzymatic modification of proteins during or after protein biosynthesis. In the protein biosynthesis process, the ribosomal mRNA is translated into polypeptide chains, which may further undergo PTM to form the product of mature p...

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2018-01-18 Review Article

The bio-energy transport in the protein molecules and its experimental validations of correctness

Pang Xiao-Feng*

The bio-energy released by the hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate, which relate to plenty of life activities and is transported in a solution, and its theory of transport are first stated and built in helix protein molecule. In order to confirm and verify the correctness of the transported t...

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2017-10-11 Research Article

In silico analysis and characterization of fresh water fi sh ATPases and homology modelling

Rumpi Ghosh, AD Upadhayay and AK Roy*

ATPases is known to be a crucial in many biological activities of organisms. In this study, physicochemical properties and modeling of ATPases protein of fish was analysed using In silico approach. ATPases a protein selected from fish species, including Gold fish (Carassius auratus auratus), Z...

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2017-08-28 Review Article

Microarray Analysis of Fish Genomic Data for enhancing Aquaculture Productivity of India

Ajit Kumar Roy*

This review gives a brief introduction to the microarray technology and its experimental design and data analysis and a discussion of recent global progress in research using microarray technology in fish biology and aquaculture. DNA microarrays have been reported to have been used for the ana...

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2017-06-23 Short Communication

Function Prediction of Proteins from their Sequences with BAR 3.0

Giuseppe Profiti, Pier Luigi Martelli and Rita Casadio*

Protein functional annotation requires time and effort, while sequencing technologies are fast and cheap. For this reason, the development of software tools aimed at predicting protein function from sequences can help in protein annotation.
In this paper, we describe how to use our rec...

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