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Author: Dr. Kishor Uttamrao Tribhuvan

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City: Ranchi | State: Jharkhand (India)

About Me: I am a scientist at ICAR- Indian Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology, Ranchi

Articles by Dr. Kishor Uttamrao Tribhuvan:
  • Journey of Immunoglobulin Protein: An Antibody to Plantibody ( 130 reads)   

    Antibodies are group of glycoprotein produced by B-lymphocyte of vertebrate and it is the primary protection from pathogen infections. Ability of antibody to bind specific substrate increase its use as probe in research and diagnostics. Nowadays, production of antibodies is largely depend upon experimental animal which limit the quantity and also create ethical concern. Alternatively, transgenic plants having antibody producing genes can effectively synthesize heavy and light chain polypeptides and assembled into mature antibody called plantibody. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Biogenesis of siRNA: Exogenous or Endogenous? ( 308 reads)   

    siRNA generated in plants and animals not only exogenously originated in response to infection of viruses, bacteria or other parasitic organism but also it originated from genes located in pericentromeric, transposable element and repetitive region of the host genome. RNA polymerase IV and RNA polymerase V is responsible for biosynthesis of these endogenously originating siRNAs and processed in to mature and functional siRNA with the help of enzyme DCL3, AGO4 or AGO6 and RDR2. - Category: Biotech Research




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