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Carboxyl Group-Modified Myoglobin Induces TNF-α-Mediated Apoptosis in Leukemia Cells

Chemical modifications have been shown to either raise the activity of proteins or give novel activity to proteins in previous studies. We investigated whether chemical modification of the carboxyl group by semicarbazide might raise the Mb cytotoxicity in human leukemia U937 cells and the underlying mechanism of semicarbazide-modified myoglobin cell death in this study. These results show that SEM-Mb may cause cell death in U937 cells by stimulating the death receptor-mediated pathway. SEM-Mb's inhibition of miR-99a expression triggered increased NOX4 mRNA and protein expression, resulting in siRT3 degradation and, in turn, stimulated ROS-mediated p38 MAPK phosphorylation. Downregulation of TNF-u03b1 mRNA turnover slowed TNF-u03b1 gene turnover, thereby raising TNF-u03b1 protein expression. A pathway regulating p38 MAPK-mediated TNF-u03b1 expression also explains SEM-Mb's cytotoxicity in human leukemia cell lines HL-60, THP-1, K562, Jurkat, and an ABT-199-resistant U937.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ph15091066


5-Arylidenerhodanines as P-gp Modulators: An Interesting Effect of the Carboxyl Group on ABCB1 Function in Multidrug-Resistant Cancer Cells

Various tactics to combat the MDR phenomenon have been developed, but one of the most promising research directions is focused on the inhibition of MDR transporters, membrane proteins that extrude cytotoxic drugs from living cells. Here, we present the findings of our research into a series of newly synthesized 5-arylidenerhodanines and their ability to inhibit the ABCB1 efflux pump in mouse T-lymphoma cancer cells. Target rhodanines' cytotoxic and antiproliferative effects on T-lymphoma cells were also investigated.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms231810812


Fast Amide Bond Cleavage Assisted by a Secondary Amino and a Carboxyl Group—A Model for yet Unknown Peptidases?

Unconstrained amides that undergo rapid hydrolysis under mild conditions are valuable sources of information about how amide bonds can be activated in enzymatic transformations. The hydrolytic cleavage's potential mechanisms and their connection to a peptide bond cleavage catalyzed by natural enzymes are discussed. Experimental results indicate that the most probable mechanisms of the model compound hydrolysis may include a twisted amide intermediate and a rate-determining proton exchange.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules24030572


Study on Utilization of Carboxyl Group Decorated Carbon Nanotubes and Carbonation Reaction for Improving Strengths and Microstructures of Cement Paste

On the other hand, the reaction product of carbonation with hydroxides in hydrated cement paste reduces the porosity of cement-based materials. The experimental findings showed that the carboxyl group of decorated carbon nanotubes and the surfactant can influence the morphology of carbon dioxide crystals in hydrated cement paste. When compared to those of plain cement paste, the compressive and flexural strengths of cement paste were significantly enhanced and increased by 14% and 55%, respectively, as a result of the synergy of the carbon nanotubes and carbonation reactions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/nano6080153


Simultaneous Effects of Carboxyl Group-Containing Hyperbranched Polymers on Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polyamide 6/Hollow Glass Microsphere Syntactic Foams

In several industries, hollow glass microspheres containing polymer granules, which are described as syntactic foams, have been used as lightweight materials. As the HBP content increased, the shear stress of the composite decreased as a result of the lubricating action of the HBP molecule, which comes from its dendritic architecture, the viscosity, storage modulus, loss modulus, and loss modulus. At the same time, the compatibility between filler and the polymer matrix was enhanced due to hydrogen bonding among the polymer, filler, and HBP.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/polym14091915


Optical Fluorescence Imaging of Native Proteins Using a Fluorescent Probe with a Cell-Membrane-Permeable Carboxyl Group

Although several methods for selective protein tagging have been developed, their ap plications are limited by the poor fluorescent tagging success of particular terminal regions of the native protein of concern. The carboxyl group of cell-permeable fluorescent dyes in living cells responded to acceptor peptide residues in living cells. The accuracy of fluorescence labeling was almost 100%, according to genetically encoded data. Nickel-nitrilotriacetic acid beads adhered quickly to a single NPI for detection in a cell without purification. Using universal carboxyl fluorescent dyes, our labeling scheme met the necessary conditions for determining fluorescently labeled NPI.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms23105841


MAPbI 3 Incorporated with Carboxyl Group Chelated Titania for Planar Perovskite Solar Cells in Low-Temperature Process

Low-temperature, solution-processed, highly effective hybrid perovskite planar heterojunction solar cells were created by incorporating reactive crystalline titania into MAPbI 3 layers. The solar cells with h-TAc were analyzed for photoelectrical stability. Lead ions were found on the surface of h-TAc, which are particularly useful to MAPbI 3 crystal growth, which is particularly helpful to MAPbI 3 crystal growth.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/nano9060908


Natural Dissociation Ratio of Carboxyl Group Controlled Highly Dispersed Silver Nanoparticles on PSA Microspheres and Their Catalytic Performance

In the PSA region, the occurrence and distribution of colloidal silver per particle were correlated to the dissociation ratio of carboxyl groups. We developed a method to determine the dissociation ratio of PSA without impurity ions. For the first time, the association between nano silver delivery and natural dissociation of carboxyl groups on the surface of the PSA spheres was investigated. Dispersion of silver nanoparticles can be controlled and achieved controllably by limiting the amount of natural dissociation ratios of carboxyl group on the PSA plane.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s11671-018-2824-7


On the Role of the Carboxyl Group to the Protective Effect of o -dihydroxybenzoic Acids to Saccharomyces cerevisiae Cells upon Induced Oxidative Stress

In Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the role of the carboxyl group of o hydroxybenzoic acids on the defense against oxidative stress was investigated in the current research. To determine the effect on the stress induced by H 2 O 2 or cumene hydroperoxide, cell survival, antioxidant enzyme production, and TBARS level were used. The two acids did not stimulate catalase, but they reduced superoxide dismutase activity. According to studies that showed an antioxidant response only when H 2 O 2 was used; equal usage for the two acids but inferior to that of 3,4-diOH B. Overall, experimental and experimental results show that the 2,3-diOH-BA high rate of activity should be limited by metal chelation. The present research adds to our understanding of the digestive process of dietary phenols in biological tissues.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/antiox11010161

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