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- Gao, William, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Virus research 2019 v.265 pp. 80-87
- Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris; Mitovirus; RNA; ancestry; beets; breeding lines; chard; cultivars; cytoplasmic male sterility; fungi; humans; mitochondria; monophyly; phytobiome; sugar beet; viruses
- ... Recent results indicate that mitoviruses, which replicate persistently in host mitochondria, are not restricted to fungi, but instead are found also in plants. Beta vulgaris mitovirus 1 (BevuMV1) is an example first discovered in sugar beet cultivars. For the current study, complete coding sequences of 42 BevuMV1 strains were newly determined, derived from not only sugar beet but also fodder beet, ...
- Gao, William, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Biomacromolecules 2018 v.19 no.9 pp. 3597-3611
- angiogenic proteins; biomimetics; epitopes; metabolism; moieties; myocardial infarction; peptides; tissue repair
- ... Implantation of acellular biomimetic scaffolds with proangiogenic motifs may have exciting clinical utility for the treatment of ischemic pathologies such as myocardial infarction. Although direct delivery of angiogenic proteins is a possible treatment option, smaller synthetic peptide-based nanostructured alternatives are being investigated due to favorable factors, such as sustained efficacy and ...