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- Ebert, D., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Journal of animal science and biotechnology 2019 v.10 no.1 pp. 5
- cell growth; cytokines; cytosol; databases; diet; energy; energy requirements; epithelial cells; lipid metabolism; liquid chromatography; metabolites; mitochondria; nutrient transport; nutrients; plasma membrane; protein composition; proteome; proteomics; rumen epithelium; sheep; signal peptide; structural proteins; tandem mass spectrometry; transmembrane proteins
- ... BACKGROUND: The rumen wall plays a major role in efficient transfer of digested nutrients in the rumen to peripheral tissues through the portal venous system. Some of these substrates are metabolised in the epithelium during this process. To identify the specific proteins involved in these processes, we used proteomic technologies. Protein extracts were prepared from ventral rumen tissue of six sh ...
- Ebert, Malaika K., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Environmental microbiology 2019 v.21 no.3 pp. 913-927
- Cercospora beticola; Cladosporium; biosynthesis; energy; mass spectrometry; melanin; metabolites; multigene family; mutagenesis; mycotoxins; phylogeny; plant pathogenic fungi; polyketide synthases; polyketides; quinones; reactive oxygen species; sugar beet; toxicity
- ... Perylenequinones are a family of structurally related polyketide fungal toxins with nearly universal toxicity. These photosensitizing compounds absorb light energy which enables them to generate reactive oxygen species that damage host cells. This potent mechanism serves as an effective weapon for plant pathogens in disease or niche establishment. The sugar beet pathogen Cercospora beticola secret ...