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Last Updated: 10 October 2022

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Inoculating plant growth-promoting bacteria and arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi modulates rhizosphere acid phosphatase and nodulation activities and enhance the productivity of soybean (Glycine max)

Soybean [Glycine max Merrill] cultivation is vital for its dual function as a rich source of dietary protein and soil fertility enhancer, but soil nutrient deficiencies limit production, which is limited. This field study was conducted in Nkolbisson-Yaoundu00e9 in Cameroon's agro-ecological zone V to evaluate soybean's growth-promoting bacteria and arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi, with or without NPK fertilizer addition. The number of root nodules increased by 64% by 68. 4% compared to control, while the introduction of NPK fertilizers greatly raised the number of root nodules by 66. 9%. Sole inoculation of PGPB or AMF and their integration with NPK fertilizer increased soybean yield and grain contents relative to the control group. Soil phosphorus correlated strongly with soybean grain protein and carbohydrate content, according to a large extent.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2022.934339


Enzyme Responsive Vaginal Microbicide Gels Containing Maraviroc and Tenofovir Microspheres Designed for Acid Phosphatase-Triggered Release for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis of HIV-1: A Comparative Analysis of a Bigel and Thermosensitive Gel

The effect of the acid phosphatase enzyme on the release profile of maraviroc and tenofovir microspheres was determined by estimation using Enzyme degradation assay. The microspheres' HIV efficacy and cytotoxicity were determined using HIV-1-BaL virus strain and HeLa cell lines, respectively. Followed by zero-order and Hichi model kinetics, Maraviroc and tenofovir release kinetics were followed by zero-order and Hichi model kinetics. maraviroc was managed by the first-order model under the influence of the enzyme, while tenofovir followed a super case II transport mechanism. The microspheres suspension on the HeLa cells demonstrated no signs of cytotoxicity, according to the assay. The thermosensitive gel and bigel triggered a progressive decline in HIV infection, until reaching concentrations of 1 u03bcg/mL and 0. 1 bc/mL, respectively. The candidate vain gel gels have the potential for an triggered release by the acid phosphatase enzyme present in the seminal fluid, making it a strategic point to prevent HIV transmission.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/gels8010015

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