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LjRH101  -  peroxidase

Lotus japonicus

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Disease relevance of LjRH101


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Biological context of LjRH101


Anatomical context of LjRH101


Associations of LjRH101 with chemical compounds

  • The binding to morphologically normal human retina of eleven biotin- or peroxidase-coupled lectins with different carbohydrate specificities was studied [15].
  • Proteins were separated by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, transferred to nitrocellulose sheets, reacted with peroxidase-coupled lectins, and detected by color development of the enzyme reaction [16].
  • The synthesis during development of fucosyl containing glycoproteins and their presence in an electrophoretic pattern of isolated vitelline coats were also studied using Lotus tetragonolobus (LTA) conjugated with fluorescein and peroxidase [17].
  • Slices of aldehyde-fixed lung tissue were labelled with a horseradish peroxidase conjugate of one of the following lectins: Dolichos biflorus lectin, Triticum vulgaris lectin, Canavalia ensiformis lectin (concanavalin A), Limulus polyphemus lectin, Lotus tetragonolobus lectin and Arachis hypogaea lectin [18].
  • Secretory products of granular and mucous cells in the gill epithelium of the carp, Cyprinus carpio, were distinguished by their cytochemical reactions with peroxidase-labelled lectins and with the galactose oxidase (GO)-Schiff reagents [19].

Other interactions of LjRH101

  • We have identified root hair abundant genes, LjRH101 and LjRH102, from a model legume Lotus japonicus by cDNA-amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) [20].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of LjRH101


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