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PostPosted: Tue Feb 06, 2018 11:54 pm 
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The contribution of D1 and PSIIRC repair to the measured Sorafenib Raf inhibitor quantity, as demonstrated by the insert in Fig. 5A. In both strains, the D1 protein content and oxygen evolution activity exhibited a decrease during the exposure and this decrease was enhanced in the presence of lincomycin. Nevertheless, the AC mutant showed higher content of D1 protein and higher activity than the DKS during the course of the treatment both in the absence and presence of lincomycin. These results suggest that both the stability and repair of the D1 protein are enhanced in the double mutant compared with DKS. The increased SP600125 JNK inhibitor rate of repair in the AC mutant may reflect upon increasing rate of PSIIRC refolding with the mutated D1 protein or, upon higher photo/thermal stability of the mutated psbA mRNA. This observation is in line with the corresponding hypothesis, which suggests that psychrophilic, mesophilic, thermophilic and hyperthermophilic homologous enzymes have comparable catalytic efficiencies at their respective optimal temperatures because optimal activity requires a certain degree of conformational flexibility in the active site.

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