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Is the mission to identify all the human proteins achievable?. -Commenting on the human proteome draft maps
science china life sciences
Mapping science communication scholarship in China: Content analysis on breadth, depth and agenda of published research
PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE
[ABSTRACT] This study attempted to illuminate the cause and relation between government, scholars, disciplines, and societal aspects, presenting data from a c...
[KEYWORDS] China; content analysis; science communication; science popularization; HEALTH-COMMUNICATION
SCIENCE CHINA-LIFE SCIENCES
[ABSTRACT] In a collective effort to find new drugs for killing the malaria parasites(plasmodium)that became resistant to the conventional drugs such as chlor...
[KEYWORDS] collective effort; new drugs; malaria parasites; ANTIMALARIAL; ARTEANNUIN; MEDICINE
[ABSTRACT] The DegP (or HtrA) is a highly conserved family of proteins functioning in all living organisms. It was initially identified as a protease function...
[KEYWORDS] periplasmic space; protein quality control; outer membrane protein biogenesis; OUTER-MEMBRANE PROTEINS; HEAT-SHOCK-PROTEIN; ESCHERICHIA-COLI; PERIPLASMIC PROTEINS; MOLECULAR CHAPERONES; GENE; BIOGENESIS; IDENTIFICATION; TEMPERATURES; DEGRADATION
[KEYWORDS] ARTEMISININ; DISCOVERY; QINGHAOSU; DRUG
Science China(Life Sciences)
[ABSTRACT] <正>This special issue commemorates the 90th anniversary(1925-2015)of Peking University’s School of Life Sciences.As one of China’s centers fo...
[KEYWORDS] Peking; prosperity; centers; anniversary; disciplines; Bulletin; currently; undergraduate; cohesion; serving
[ABSTRACT] The extremely acidic environment of the mammalian stomach not only serves to facilitate food digestion but also acts as a natural barrier against i...
[KEYWORDS] acid resistance; food-borne pathogens; enteric bacteria; HdeA; chaperone; protein folding; ESCHERICHIA-COLI; HELICOBACTER-PYLORI; SHIGELLA-FLEXNERI; STATIONARY-PHASE; BRUCELLA-ABORTUS; VIBRIO-CHOLERAE; PERIPLASMIC PROTEIN; GENE-EXPRESSION; IN-VIVO; PH
DegP primarily functions as a protease for the biogenesis of β-barrel outer membrane proteins in the Gram-negative bacterium Escherichia coli
the febs journal
[ABSTRACT] DegP (also designated as HtrA) and its homologs are found in prokaryotic cells and such eukaryotic organelles as mitochondria and chloroplasts. Deg...
[KEYWORDS] DegP,membrane protein biogenesis,protease,β-barrel outer membrane protein
[ABSTRACT] Since the 1950s China's popular science publishing has been the business of the government, and subject to its will. China adopted a system of...
[KEYWORDS] China; One Hundred Thousand Whys; popular science publishing; Unmoved Mover Series
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