PYCR1

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PYCR1

A gene on chromosome 17q25.3 that encodes a housekeeping enzyme that catalyses the final step in proline biosynthesis using both NAD and NADP. Pyrroline-5-carboxylate reductase 1 is involved in the cellular response to oxidative stress.
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Ye et al., "In silico screening, molecular docking, and molecular dynamics studies of SNP-derived human P5CR mutants," Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics, pp.
Caption: Figure 1: Superimposed 3D structures of WT (blue) and R119G mutant (pale green) P5CR. Changes in the protein stability upon R119G mutation predicted by Foldx.
Caption: Figure 5: (a) Superimposed 3D structures of WT (blue) and R119H mutant (pale green) P5CR. (b) Changes in the protein stability upon R119H mutation predicted by Foldx.
The halotolerance genes (P5CR and mtlD) were detected in the DNA extracts of both strains, contrary to what is an object with other strains, and this is the reason for being the most halotolerants.
platensis (a) P5CR gene-: Negative control (PCR mixture with no template).
van Staden, "Photosynthetic response of transgenic soybean plants, containing an Arabidopsis P5CR gene, during heat and drought stress," Journal of Plant Physiology, vol.