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phasein

An obsolete term for a plant protein capable of agglutinating erythrocytes.
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Phasin proteins activate Aeromonas caviae polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) synthase but not Ralstonia eutropha PHA synthase.
A afirmacao e negacao (phasin kai apophasin: 263e) que nele ha sao atribuidos os valores de 'verdade' (quando diz as coisas que sao como sao e as que nao sao como nao sao) ou de 'falsidade' (quando, lendo a negativa como 'alteridade' --257b-c--, as diz diferentes do que sao ou do que nao sao: 263b).
The five PHA genes (beta-ketothiolase, Phasin, acetoacetyl-coA reductase, PhaR synthase subunit, PhaC_N synthase subunit) were cloned, the recombinant proteins were analyzed by mass spectrometry analysis.
phaR (PHB synthase subunit), phaB (acetoacetyl-coA reductase), and phaC (PHB synthase subunit) are divergently transcribed as a tricistronic operon; padR/phaQ (transcription regulator), phaP (Phasin protein), and phaJ are transcribed in one direction.
cereus tsu1 genome including several phaA genes and a gene cluster with six PHA genes: phaR (PHB synthase subunit),phaB (acetoacetyl-coA reductase), phaC (PHB synthase), and a phaJ, the downstream phaP (Phasin protein), and the padR (PhaQ transcription regulator) (see Table S7 in the Supplementary Material).
Tsuge, "Phasin proteins activate aeromonas caviae polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) synthase but not Ralstonia eutropha PHA synthase," Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol.
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For instance, display of reteplase on the surface of polyhydroxybutyrate granule using phasin as the affinity tag prevented the aggregation of this protein but the final protein needed a thrombin cleavage step for isolation of reteplase (2).
One particular garment, the phasin (worn by women across the various Tai-speaking ethnic groups), illustrates the Lao state's investment in textiles as both an important economic activity and a source of national identity.
Hes ge phasin ealokuias triten hemeran ouk aisthesthai ti meros tos poleos." Politics 3.3.1276a25-30, ed.
(8) Initially offered in five versions, now eight, from a range of informal to formal clothing, this 'neo-traditional invention' (9) relies in particular on the phasin, an ankle-length wrap usually associated with north and northeastern Thai margins.
(17) The phasin, the ankle-length wrap usually associated with Tai ethnic groups (notably the politically dominant Tai Lao), has been elevated to the rank of national uniform for certain categories of women in the population, particularly schoolgirls, students, teachers and the armed forces.