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Noncovalent modifications of proteins by secondary metabolites.

July 29, 2010  by: Sagar  Points: 5   Category: Others    Views: 641

Noncovalent modifications of proteins by secondary metabolites.

         

Noncovalent modifications of proteins by secondary metabolites.



1.) Pentagalloylglucose (gallotannin).
2.) Dimeric procyanidin B4 (catechol tannin).
3.) Hypericine (dimeric anthraquinone).
4.) Kaempherol (flavonoid).
5.) Rosmarinic acid (phenylpropanoid).




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Author: kalyani        
Posted Date: 08/03/2010    Points:1    

Nicely illustrated but too less content!! You could have given more information on the application of these proteins!!
Author: willylive        
Posted Date: 09/19/2010    Points:1    

I think you have good knowledge and interest about it.

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