Spatial Mapping of Lipids at Cellular Resolution in Embryos of Cotton

Spatial Mapping of Lipids at Cellular Resolution in Embryos of Cotton

Date: February 2012
Creator: Horn, Patrick J.; Korte, Andrew R.; Neogi, Purnima B.; Love, Ebony; Fuchs, Johannes; Strupat, Kerstin et al.
Description: Article on the spatial mapping of lipids at cellular resolution in embryos of cotton.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences
Functional Characterization of Proanthocyanidin Pathway Enzymes from Tea and Their Application for Metabolic Engineering

Functional Characterization of Proanthocyanidin Pathway Enzymes from Tea and Their Application for Metabolic Engineering

Date: March 2013
Creator: Pang, Yongzhen; Abeysinghe, I. Sarath B.; He, Ji; He, Xian-Zhi; Huhman, David; Mewan, K. Mudith et al.
Description: Article on the functional characterization of proanthocyanidin pathway enzymes from tea and their application for metabolic engineering.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences
Effects of Cigarette Smoke Condensates on Cultured Human Lymphocytes and Separation of Benzo-α-Pyrene Metabolites by High Pressure Liquid Chromatography

Effects of Cigarette Smoke Condensates on Cultured Human Lymphocytes and Separation of Benzo-α-Pyrene Metabolites by High Pressure Liquid Chromatography

Date: August 1979
Creator: Ghanayem, Burhan I.
Description: Cigarette smoke condensates from all cigarettes tested were found to be potent inducers of AHH enzyme in cultured human lymphocytes and, with the exception of Kent Lights and Carlton CSC's, all were found to be toxic under the experiment conditions. Most of the AHH inducing activity was found in basic and neutral fractions of the lAl standard cigarettes. A radiometric assay of BP metabolites in cultured human lymphocytes was developed in which we were able to separate the primary metabolites and the secondary metabolites from the parent compound (BP) by neutral alumnia HPLC. The primary metabolites were further separated by a selective enzyme hydrolysis and/or reverse phase HPLC.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries