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作者:Jiang Jiandong , Li Rong ...
来源:[J].Weishengwu Xuebao, 2009, Vol.48 (11), pp.1479-85PubMed
摘要:To assess the environmental release risk of genetically engineered microorganism Sphingomonas sp. m-CDS-1.;;Pesticides detection, plates counting, most probable number-PCR (MPN-PCR) and denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) were used to study the pesticides degrading eff...
作者:Jiang Jiandong , Zhang Ruifu ...
来源:[J].Biodegradation(IF 2.173), 2006, Vol.18 (4), pp.403-12PubMed
摘要:A genetically engineered microorganism (GEM) capable of simultaneous degrading methyl parathion (MP) and carbofuran was successfully constructed by random insertion of a methyl parathion hydrolase gene (mpd) into the chromosome of a carbofuran degrading Sphingomonas sp. CDS-1 wit...
作者:... Zhao Lixun , Jiang Jiandong , Cen Shan
来源:[J].Retrovirology(IF 5.657), 2011, Vol.8, pp.2PubMed
摘要:Human APOBEC3G (hA3G) has been identified as a cellular inhibitor of HIV-1 infectivity. Viral incorporation of hA3G is an essential step for its antiviral activity. Although the mechanism underlying hA3G virion encapsidation has been investigated extensively, the cellular source ...
作者:... Zhu Changxiong , Jiang Jiandong , Li Shunpeng
来源:[J].Journal of Environmental Management, 2011, Vol.92 (9), pp.2229-34PubMed
摘要:Triazophos and chlorpyrifos are organophosphorus pesticides (OPs), and their primary hydrolytic metabolites are 1-phenyl-3-hydroxy-1,2,4-triazole (BZC) and 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol (TCP). In this study, the adsorption and degradation of triazophos, chlorpyrifos, BZC and TCP we...
作者:Jiang Jiandong , Zhang Fang ...
来源:[J].Acta crystallographica. Section D, Biological crystallography, 2011, Vol.67 (Pt 10), pp.894-901PubMed
摘要:Chlamydomonas reinhardtii α-type carbonic anhydrase (Cr-αCA1) is a dimeric enzyme that catalyses the interconversion of carbon dioxide and carbonic acid. The precursor form of Cr-αCA1 undergoes post-translational cleavage and N-glycosylation. Comparison of the genomic sequen...
作者:Jiang Jiandong , Zhang Jun ...
来源:[J].Critical Reviews in Microbiology, 2011PubMed
摘要:Horizontal gene transfer (HGT) of dehalogenase genes is considered an important mechanism of genomic evolution, the metabolic resilience of biotopes, and microbial community adaptation in chlorinated compound-contaminated ecosystems. In this review, we summarize the current evide...
作者:Jiang Jiandong , Kong Weijia
来源:[J].Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 2009, Vol.391 (3), pp.1573-8PubMed
摘要:Myofibrillogenesis regulator-1(MR-1) can aggravate cardiac hypertrophy induced by angiotensin(Ang) II in mice through activation of NF-kappaB signaling pathway, and nuclear transcription factor (NF)-kappaB and activator protein-1(AP-1) regulate inflammatory and immune responses b...
作者:... Wang Qian , Jiang Jiandong , Li Shunpeng
来源:[J].Journal of Environmental Management, 2010, Vol.91 (11), pp.2295-300PubMed
摘要:A gram-negative fenpropathrin-degrading bacterial strain Sphingobium sp. JQL4-5 was isolated from the wastewater treatment sludge of an insecticide factory. Strain JQL4-5 showed the ability to degrade other pyrethroid insecticides, but it was not able to degrade methyl parathion....
作者:Jiang Jiandong , Wang Yiguang
来源:[J].AJP: Heart and Circulatory Physiology (Online), 2010, Vol.299 (5), pp.H1468-75PubMed
摘要:Our previous studies proved that myofibrillogenesis regulator (MR)-1 has a close relationship with cardiac hypertrophy induced by ANG II. In the present study, we developed a recombinant adenoviral vector (AdSiR-MR-1) driving small interfering (si)RNA against MR-1 to evaluate its...
作者:Li Yi , Jiang Jiandong
来源:[J].中国中药杂志, 2011, Vol.35 (23), pp.3223-32PubMed
摘要:Major pathways of drug metabolism have been introduced in the article. Studies on the metabolism of bioactive components from Chinese medicinal natural products have been summarized. Finally, personal hope for domestic scientists has been put forward.

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