Morphology, cell viability, karyotype, expression of surface markers and plasticity of three human primary cell line cultures before and after the cryostorage in LN2 and GN2.
Granada, Spain. In Cryobiology, Feb 2015
Thawed cells stored in a Dry Vapor Shipper container with gas phase (GN2), for 20 days, in addition displayed 4.61% ± 2.78, 3.70% ± 4.09 and 9.13% ± 3.51 of average loss of cells viability, respectively, showing strong correlation between the loss of viability in hADFs and the number of post-freezing days in the Dry Vapor Shipper.
Vibriophages and their interactions with the fish pathogen Vibrio anguillarum.
Helsingør, Denmark. In Appl Environ Microbiol, 2014
The phage susceptibility pattern of the isolates did not show any relation to the physiological relationships obtained from Biolog GN2 profiles, demonstrating that similar phage susceptibility patterns occur across broad phylogenetic and physiological differences in Vibrio strains.
A hemizygous GYG2 mutation and Leigh syndrome: a possible link?
Yokohama, Japan. In Hum Genet, 2014
Only one hemizygous missense mutation (c.665G>C, p.W222S) in glycogenin-2 (GYG2) (isoform a: NM_001079855) in both affected sibs and a heterozygous change in their mother were identified, being consistent with the X-linked recessive trait.
Structural features of free N-glycans occurring in plants and functional features of de-N-glycosylation enzymes, ENGase, and PNGase: the presence of unusual plant complex type N-glycans.
Okayama, Japan. In Front Plant Sci, 2013
The structure of FNGs found ubiquitously in plant tissues such as hypocotyls, leaves, roots, developing seeds, or fruits can be classified into two types: high-mannose type and plant complex type; the former, in most cases, has only one GlcNAc residue at the reducing end (GN1 type), while the latter has the chitobiosyl unit at the reducing end (GN2 type).
Chemical shifts for the unusual DNA structure in Pf1 bacteriophage from dynamic-nuclear-polarization-enhanced solid-state NMR spectroscopy.
New York City, United States. In J Am Chem Soc, 2012
The (13)C and (15)N chemical shifts of the DNA bases have above-average values for AC4, AC5, CC5, TC2, and TC5, and below average values for AC8, GC8, and GN2, pointing to an absence of Watson-Crick hydrogen bonding, yet the presence of some type of aromatic ring interaction.