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Author: Hareepriyaw M

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City: Hyderabad | State: AP, India

About Me: I am an M.Sc.,M.Phil. graduate in plant biotechnology. I have passion for writing.

Articles by Hareepriyaw M:
  • Role of Beta-glucosidase in Preparing Lactose-Free Pasteurized Milk ( 2534 reads)   

    The enzyme lactase or Beta-galactosidase is released by the intestinal villi and it hydrolyzes the lactose into galactose and glucose. Lactase is known to be responsible for the digestion of bovine milk consisting of 4.8% of lactose, on average. Lactose fermentation and malabsorption of lactose in the gut results from the deficiency of the gene responsible for this protein. - Category: Biotech Research
  • E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Increases Thermal Resistance in Plants ( 1979 reads)   

    The increase in global temperatures has shown negative influence on the agricultural production all over the world. Developing thermal resistance in crops has become a great challenge for plant biology researchers and in agriculture. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Bio-engineering of Buoyant Gas Vesicle Nanoparticles From Haloarchaea ( 2128 reads)   

    Gas vesicles are organelles of bacteria and archaea that constitute protein nanoparticles. Gas vesicles are known to provide flotation to the microorganisms, so that oxygen and light are properly available to them especially in phototrophic organisms. Gas vesicles are useful in biotechnological applications as their protein membrane is stable against solubility and they are produced in large scale. The hypotonic lysis of the host can lead to the purified gas vesicles. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Microbial Biosynthesis of Rare Hexoses ( 2215 reads)   

    Monosaccharides and their derivatives are referred to as rare sugars. Monosaccharides have applications in nutrition and pharmaceutical industries and they are used as precursors for drug candidates and natural products. The availability of these rare sugars is restricted and the enzymatic and microbial transformations have become vital tools to synthesize these rare sugars. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Targeted Disruption of Gene in Bacillus Anthracis ( 1734 reads)   

    Bacillus anthracis is a gram+ve bacterium and exists mostly in spore form. The spores will come in contact with the wounds or food of the animals and will enter into the animal. The entered spores will further germinate to a vegetative organism. Most of the infections or 95% of the infections in animals occurs through cutaneous entry while rarely infections occur through pulmonary or gastrointestinal paths. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Aluminium Resistance in Crop Plants ( 1778 reads)   

    Aluminium resistance is found to be governed by genes that belong to two different gene families which encode for transport proteins. Enough data is currently available for increasing aluminium resistance of crop species with the help of biotechnology. This study focuses on the progress made in the research related to aluminium resistance in plants, the genes that are controlling relevant processes and the genetic engineering approaches to increase aluminium resistance in crop plants. - Category: Biotech Research
  • LecRK-1.9 Enhances Resistance of Solanaceous Plants Against Phytophthora Infestans ( 2008 reads)   

    The potato cultivars that are susceptible to Phytophthora infestans were the end products of the potato plants bred for resistance and monitored for the gene called race-specific late blight resistance or R. The R gene belongs to the gene class called nucleotide binding site-leucine rich repeat (NB-LRR). This gene was observed to originate from Mexican wild potato plants like Solanum stoloniferum and S.demissum. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Production of L-Ornithine by Evolving Cornybacterium Glutamicum ( 1558 reads)   

    L-ornithine is an important component of the urea cycle and is a non-essential amino acid. In this study, speE gene was knocked out from the C.glutamicum ATCC 13032 strain deficient in argF and proB genes. The resultant mutant is made to grow in an adaptive environment to evolve metabolically and improve the production of L-ornithine in it. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Transient Expression of Recombinant Antibodies in HEK-293 Cells ( 3736 reads)   

    Human Embryonic Kidney 293 cells or HEK 293 cells, are very easy to grow and transfect very readily and have been widely used in cell biology research for many years. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Histamine Releasing Factor-Therapeutic Target For Asthma ( 1715 reads)   

    Translationally controlled tumor protein or TCTP is otherwise called as a histamine releasing factor (HRF). The basophils taken from allergic donors were releasing histamine induced by lavages of nose and bronchoalveoli, and skin blister fluids. These donors were called as HRF responders while those people having basophils not responding to histamine releasing factors are called as HRF non-responders. HRF is expressed everywhere and is an intracellular protein. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Comparative N-linked Glycosylation site Analysis ( 3435 reads)   

    Glycosylation is one such modification that supplements the protein structure with various oligo-saccharides. Comparative N-linked Glycosylation site analysis and their prediction in eukaryotes. - Category: Bioinformatics
  • Effective Transduction by Lentiviral Vectors ( 3141 reads)   

    Lentiviral vectors are generated by transfection of vectors with long terminal repeats along with a transgene in a vector construct called as transfer vector - Category: Biotech Research
  • Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells in Clinical Treatment ( 2070 reads)   

    Benefits of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSC or iPS) in clinical therapy and treatmments. - Category: Applications
  • Estimation of Endo-1,4-beta-xylanase in Ustilago Maydis ( 2211 reads)   

    The microorganisms can convert biomass components like cellulose and hemicellulose into chemical substances. Ustilago maydis can grow on Xylan and release certain chemicals that are of biotechnologically beneficial. This study focuses on identifying the enzyme endo-1,4-beta-xylanase involved in degradation of Xylan. - Category: Biotech Research
  • In-Silico Methods For Identifying Active Enhancers ( 2783 reads)   

    In-Silico methods for identifying active enhancersIn-Silico methods for identifying active enhancersIn-Silico methods for identifying active enhancers - Category: Bioinformatics
  • Programming of Peripheral Blood Cells Into Pluripotent Stem Cells. ( 2055 reads)   

    Peripheral blood cells are considered as a reliable source for cellular reprogramming after studying about embryonic fibroblasts and dermal fibroblasts. - Category: Stem Cells
  • DNA Barcoding: Differentiation of Boerhaavia Diffusa From Other Species ( 2473 reads)   

    A technique called internal transcribed spacer (ITS) DNA Barcoding is applied to discriminate Boerhaavia diffusa from its other species. Adulteration of B.diffusa with other species of Boerhaavia like B.erecta, B.coccinea, B.repanda and B.verticillata are commonly observed. - Category: Bioinformatics
  • PepBind - A Database and Protein-peptide Interaction Analysis Tool ( 2669 reads)   

    The PepBind database aids in the exploration of the interactions between peptide and protein through computational evaluation of various interactions. It also helps in providing structural information of these interactions in the text format as well as in 3D format on the screen. PepBind database harbors the coordinates of the protein structure, protein-peptide interaction data files formed by PICI and PDBML data files. PepBind provides the structural, functional and source data for studying the interactions of peptide binding proteins. - Category: Bioinformatics
  • Low DNA Damage Repair Capacity of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells ( 2052 reads)   

    Embryonic stem cells (ESCs) are considered pluripotent and are capable to give rise to all types of somatic cells. This ability of ESCs can be utilized in treating certain diseases. ESC like pluripotent stem cells were created successfully in a research work published in 2006 and they were termed as induced pluripotent stem cells or iPSCs. The iPSCs were possible when four transcription factors called Oct4, c-Myc, Sox2 and Klf4 were introduced into somatic cells of mice. The newly created iPSCs were same as ESCs in their gene expression, morphology, In Vitro differentiation capacity and in epigenetic status. Many studies say that iPSCs are not beneficial clinically due to their genomic instability. - Category: Bioinformatics
  • Identification of Biomarkers for Lupus Nephritis ( 2343 reads)   

    Lupus nephritis is kidney inflammation caused by systemic lupus erythematosus. Systemic lupus erythematosus or SLE is an autoimmune disease which is characterized as producing autoantibodies against the antigens like histones, RNA and DNA. - Category: Bioinformatics
  • Gas Medium for Plant Nutrition in Greenhouses ( 1980 reads)   

    The novel technologies used in greenhouses offer an effective method of producing vegetables and crops, which consist of micro elements and macro elements required for the utility of human being. The production of the crops as part of the technology can be intensified by providing mineral fertilizers that can provide extra nutrition to the roots and leaves of the plants. - Category: Bioinformatics
  • Role of Genes in Obesity ( 2527 reads)   

    Types of obesity and the role of inheritance. Obesity is considered to be the result of the combination of deletions, SNPs and gene mutations. - Category: Genetics
  • Hematopoietic Stem Cell Role in Osteogenesis Imperfecta ( 2290 reads)   

    Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) literally means imperfect creation of bones and hence it is also called as a fragile bone syndrome. Osteogenesis Imperfecta mostly affects the connective tissue in the body and sometimes it also affects tendons, ligaments, eyes, fascia, teeth, ears and skin. This disease is characterized by repeated bone fractures, reduction of bone mass and increase in bone fragility. Hence, Osteogenesis Imperfecta is also termed as brittle bone disease. - Category: Stem Cells
  • Genetics Associated With Myopia Development ( 2717 reads)   

    Myopia is the most common disorder of the eye also known as nearsightedness. The objects at a certain distance appear blurred when the light that enter the eye is not focused accurately into the eye. The eye with myopia and people with eyesight of less than -6.0 diopters are found to be susceptible to many diseases of the eye. - Category: Genetics
  • Genetics of Heart Rate Variability ( 2215 reads)   

    From the human genetic studies that were conducted in the past decade, the genomic loci that control the variation in HR are identified. Linkage analysis of resting heart rate was carried out in a study consisting of 962 Caucasian participants and 1124 African-American participants. - Category: Genetics
  • Expression of Proapoptotic Protein hPNAS-4 in E. Coli ( 1689 reads)   

    The current study deals with the purification, characterization, subcellular localization and polyclonal antibody production of hPNAS-4 protein. The purified hPNAS-4 protein and the synthesis of polyclonal antibodies are powerful tools for studying the apoptotic mechanisms of hPNAS-4. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Plant Based Expression of Dengue Subunit Vaccines ( 3030 reads)   

    A well-defined uniform antigen represents the subunit vaccine. The subunit vaccine does not involve any risk of addition of any genetic material to the person inoculated with it. - Category: Biotechnology products
  • Biomedical Uses of Silk Originated Materials ( 2909 reads)   

    Collagen and proteins from silk fibers have biomedical applications. Silk fiber proteins are created by arthropods like spiders and silkworms. These proteins have mechanical properties and are not toxic. The silk associated research today involves usage of silk in cell culture, tissue engineering, especially concentrating on cell surface adherence, mechanical properties , biodegradability, immunogenicity and toxicity. - Category: Applications
  • Efficient Purification of Alpha Amylase by Affinity Precipitation ( 8715 reads)   

    Alpha-amylase is one of the many industrial enzymes that is utilized in several industrial applications like high-fructose corn syrup, desizing of textiles, ethanol production, detergents, hydrolysis of oil field drilling fluids, recycling of paper and modified starches. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Applications of Hyaluronic Acid Hydrogels in Tissue Engineering ( 2329 reads)   

    The engineering and life science principles that help in improving biological substitutes to maintain and develop tissue function constitute tissue engineering (TE). - Category: Applications
  • Eco-friendly Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles ( 2072 reads)   

    Synthesis of nanoparticles is a remarkable improvement in the area of nanotechnology. Nanoparticles will have special properties due to their large ratio between surface and volume and larger surface energy. Metal based nanoparticles are known to have many applications. - Category: Nanotechnology
  • Recombination Mediated Insect Resistant Transgenic Mustard ( 2143 reads)   

    Brassica juncea or mustard crop is one of the major sources of edible oil. Development of selectable marker free, insect resistant, transgenic mustard (Brassica juncea) plants using Cre/lox mediated recombination. - Category: Agriculture
  • Growth of E.coli in the medium with Tender coconut water ( 3805 reads)   

    Tender coconut water (TCW) with Nitrogen source an economical growth medium for the production of recombinant proteins in Escherichia coli. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Impact of Phaseolus Vulgaris Extract on Cyanobacterial Growth ( 1938 reads)   

    Phaseolus vulgaris consists of phytohaemagglutinin or PHA. PHA is a lectin that has its role in cell proliferation and defence mechanisms. The present study concentrates on protein synthesis and growth of Nostoc ellipsosporum NCIM 2786 on the Fog’s medium which is supplemented with the extract of Phaseolus vulgaris rich in phytohaemagglutinin and glucose. Statistical analysis of medium components was performed by Plackett-Burman method. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Method of Effective DNA Isolation from Terminalia arjuna ( 2558 reads)   

    Terminalia arjuna is commonly called as Roxburgh and grows to a height of 20 to 30 meters. It belongs to the plant family of Combretaceae. The bark of Terminalia arjuna is useful in treating heart failure, coronary artery diseases, hypercholesterolemia and more - Category: Biotech Research
  • Antimicrobial and Antioxidant Features of Nutmeg ( 2786 reads)   

    Nutmeg is the dried seed of the Myristica fragrans Houtt. It has anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory and anti-diarrheal properties. Nutmeg also acts as a memory enhancer and aphrodisiac. This study concentrates on investigating the antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of nutmeg with the help of extracts of methanol, ethanol, acetone, butanol and nutmeg aqueous extracts. - Category: Biotech Research
  • IR and EVR in Chronic Hepatitis C Infection ( 1808 reads)   

    Several studies suggest that insulin resistance is a common condition observed in chronic hepatitis C patients having genotypes 1 and 4. The direct relationship between the chronic hepatitis C and insulin resistance was proved in a study where insulin resistance appeared without any hepatic injury. - Category: Healthcare
  • Benefits of GM Crops ( 2945 reads)   

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  • Transgenic Tomato: Transgenic Plants Can Be Insecticidal ( 1925 reads)   

    Plants like transgenic tomato reduce the use of chemical pesticides which are the main cause of ecological damage. - Category: Agriculture
  • Protein Bodies in Transgenic Plants | Case Study-Tobacco Plant ( 1990 reads)   

    Elastin like polypeptide and hydrophobin fusion proteins expressing transgenic tobacco plants consisted of intracellular protein bodies. - Category: Biotech Research




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