The cross disciplinary team conducted a successful pilot study that provides evidence that its SSAT-1 (Spermidine Spermine
Acetyl Transferase) assay signal is amplified, and the tissue specificity is increased by incorporating a panel of distinct metabolites.
The compounds including Gly, urea, betaine, glutathione, and reduced form of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADH) showed positive loading scores, while compounds such as GMP, uric acid, spermine
, uridine monophosphate (UMP), IMP, adenosine monophosphate (AMP), and inosine diphosphate showed negative loading scores for PC2(Table 2).
expression of the CnSERK (2009) genes, in the SE of plumules * Simultaneous -- Antonova (2009) application of suspension culture step, spermine
(0.01 [micro]M), SSW (10 %) and high auxin concentration (500 [micro]M).
Sperm is full of an antioxidant compound called spermine
, which can help in the fight against wrinkles.
DEA/NO and spermine
(SPER)/NO inhibit platelet aggregation.
ameliorates ischemia/reperfusion injury in cardiomyocytes via regulation of autophagy.
However, the present study indicates similarities with the studies performed for chlorophyll b in the presence of spermine
Effects of exogenous spermine
on chlorophyll fluorescence, antioxidant system and ultrastructure of chloroplasts in Cucumis sativus L.
Exogenous treatment of spermine
to maintain quality and extend postharvest life of table grapes (Vitis vinifera L.) cv.
It is a precursor, through N-aminopropylation or N-aminobutylation, to biosynthesize longer polyamines spermidine, sym-homospermidine, spermine
, and thermospermine or even longer and branched chain polyamines, which enhance phosphorylation processes of functional proteins in neurons involved in the therapeutic mechanisms of antidepressants .
Kanlayanarat, "Relationships between jasmonates and chilling injury in mangosteens are affected by spermine
," HortScience, vol.
Upon addition of spermine
, the negative peak of 210 nm increased obviously.