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Biochimie

Print ISSN
0300-9084
Electronic ISSN
1638-6183
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3.787
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Sciencedirect
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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03009084
Usage rank
1434
Article count
6460
Free count
12
Free percentage
0.00185759
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  1. Mechanistic overview of ADP-ribosylation reactions

    Biochimie 113:35 (2015)

    ADP-ribosylation reactions consist of mono-ADP-ribosylation, poly-ADP-ribosylation and cyclic ADP-ribosylation. These reactions play essential roles in many important physiological and pathophysiological events. The types of chemical linkages, the evolutionarily conserved motif within ...
  2. Taming molecular flexibility to tackle rare diseases

    Biochimie 113:54 (2015)

    Many mutations responsible of Fabry disease destabilize lysosomal alpha-galactosidase, but retain the enzymatic activity. These mutations are associated to a milder phenotype and are potentially curable with a pharmacological therapy either with chaperones or with drugs that modulate p...
  3. Ayadualin, a novel RGD peptide with dual antihemostatic activities from the sand fly Lutzomyia ayacuchensis, a vector of Andean-type cutaneous leishmaniasis

    Biochimie 112:49 (2015)

    Sequence analysis of the Lutzomyia (Lu.) ayacuchensis salivary gland cDNA library identified a short peptide containing an RGD (Arg-Gly-Asp) sequence flanked by two cysteine residues in the C-terminal end as the most abundant transcript. In the present study, a recombinant protein of t...
  4. An interaction map of small-molecule kinase inhibitors with anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK) mutants in ALK-positive non-small cell lung cancer

    Biochimie 112:111 (2015)

    Human anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK) has become a well-established target for the treatment of ALK-positive non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). Here, we have profiled seven small-molecule inhibitors, including 2 that are approved drugs, against a panel of clinically relevant mutation...
  5. Protective effect of arjunolic acid against atorvastatin induced hepatic and renal pathophysiology via MAPK, mitochondria and ER dependent pathways

    Biochimie 112:20 (2015)

    3-Hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-CoA reductase inhibitor, atorvastatin (ATO), is a highly effective drug used for the treatment of hypercholesterolemia and hypertriglyceridemia. Its application is restricted now-a-days due to several acute and chronic side effects. ATO induced anti hyperchol...
  6. Conformational dynamics of bacterial and human cytoplasmic models of the ribosomal A-site

    Biochimie 112:96 (2015)

    The aminoacyl-tRNA binding site (A-site) is located in helix 44 of small ribosomal subunit. The mobile adenines 1492 and 1493 (Escherichia coli numbering), forming the A-site bulge, act as a functional switch that ensures mRNA decoding accuracy. Structural data on the oligonucleotide m...
  7. Independent role of PP2A and mTORc1 in palmitate induced podocyte death

    Biochimie 112:73 (2015)

    Molecular mechanism behind palmitate associated insulin resistance (IR) and podocyte death is not yet fully understood. The present study shows that palmitate treatment induces IR, in human urine derived podocyte-like epithelial cells (HUPECs), which is characterised by decrease in ins...
  8. Prolonged glutamate excitotoxicity increases GluR1 immunoreactivity but decreases mRNA of GluR1 and associated regulatory proteins in dissociated rat retinae in vitro

    Biochimie 112:160 (2015)

    Glutamate excitotoxicity contributes to damage following injury to the central nervous system via mechanisms including changes in the expression of receptors, calcium overload, oxidative stress and cell death. Excitotoxicity is triggered by glutamate binding to receptors, including cal...
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    Biochimie 112:IFC (2015)

  10. Effects of proteinase inhibitor from Adenanthera pavonina seeds on short- and long term larval development of Aedes aegypti

    Biochimie 112:172 (2015)

    Currently, one of the major global public health concerns is related to the transmission of dengue/yellow fever virus by the vector Aedes aegypti. The most abundant digestive enzymes in Ae. aegypti midgut larvae are trypsin and chymotrypsin. Since protease inhibitors have the capacity ...