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  1. The present study reports the antibacterial potential of phyto-nano-hybrid particles Ag-CuO (silver-copper oxide) against drug-resistant pathogens isolated from a Russian hospital in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia. The ...

    Authors: Syed Baker, Perianova Olga, Rukosueva Tatiana, Potkina Nadezhda, Garkusha Tatyana, Rukovets Tatyana, Elena Saveleva, Khokhlova Olga, Gudkova Elizaveta, Gildeeva Karina, Udegova Ekaterina, Sergeenako Anastasia and Putintseva Margarita

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:53

    Content type: Research

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  2. Reduced height-1 dwarfing alleles affect DELLA proteins belonging to a family of putative transcriptional regulators that modulate plant growth and development. The Arabidopsis thaliana genome encodes five DELLA ...

    Authors: Izat Smekenov, Sanzhar Alybayev, Temurkhan Ayupov, Guliza Rakhmatullaeva and Amangeldy Bissenbaev

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:52

    Content type: Research

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  3. Colorectal cancer is common to both sexes; third in terms of morbidity and second in terms of mortality, accounting for 10% and 9.2% of cancer cases in men and women globally. Although drugs such as bevacizuma...

    Authors: Fabian Adakole Ikwu, Yusuf Isyaku, Babatunde Samuel Obadawo, Hadiza Abdulrahman Lawal and Samuel Akolade Ajibowu

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:51

    Content type: Research

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  4. Various Asparagus species constitute the significant vegetable and medicinal genetic resource throughout the world. Asparagus species serve as important commodity of food and pharmaceutical industries in India. A...

    Authors: Manish Kapoor, Pooja Mawal, Vikas Sharma and Raghbir Chand Gupta

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:50

    Content type: Research

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  5. RNA editing is common in terrestrial plants, especially in mitochondria and chloroplast. In the photosynthesis process, NAD dehydrogenase plays a very important role. Subunit 2 of NADH-dehydrogenase is one of ...

    Authors: Ahmed M. Ramadan

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:49

    Content type: Research

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  6. Biolistic systems are used to shoot exogenous DNA, RNA, protein, and other macromolecules to transfer them into cells for genetic transformation, genome editing, and drug delivery. Such systems are especially ...

    Authors: Daisuke Tsugama and Tetsuo Takano

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:48

    Content type: Research

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  7. As there has been an increasing trend in the effective utilization of plant and crop residues for microbial transformation into a desired product, an attempt was made to compare of exo-polygalacturonase productio...

    Authors: Kausik Majumder, Bubai Paul and Rakhi Sundas

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:47

    Content type: Research

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  8. Pakistan is one of the top five date fruit-producing countries and produced more than 30% wastes in picking, packing, storage, and commercialization stages. The date fruit wastes are usually considered inedibl...

    Authors: Fatima Aslam, Asma Ansari, Afsheen Aman, Granaz Baloch, Gissed Nisar, Abdul Hameed Baloch and Haneef Ur Rehman

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:46

    Content type: Research

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  9. Chitin is an important biopolymer next to cellulose, extracted in the present study. The exoskeleton of marine bycatch brachyuran crabs, namely Calappa lophos, Dromia dehaani, Dorippe facchino and also from st...

    Authors: Umar Shahbaz and Xiaobin Yu

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:45

    Content type: Research

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  10. In this study, strictosidine synthase (STR) from Catharanthus roseus that plays an important role in alkaloid biosynthesis was selected. The purpose of this work was to perform in silico analysis and to predict t...

    Authors: Archna Sahay, Anil Piprodhe and Mashitha Pise

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:44

    Content type: Research

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  11. In the current research, we have developed silver and iron nanoparticles of isolated proanthocynidin (PAC) from grape seed by green synthesis and evaluated for antimicrobial, antioxidant activity and in vitro ...

    Authors: Kiran P. Shejawal, Dheeraj S. Randive, Somnath D. Bhinge, Mangesh A. Bhutkar, Ganesh H. Wadkar and Namdeo R. Jadhav

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:43

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  12. Chloroplast genome sequencing is becoming a valuable process for developing several DNA barcodes. At present, plastid DNA barcode for systematics and evolution in flowering plant rely heavily on the use of non...

    Authors: Mohamed Hamdy Amar

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:42

    Content type: Research

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  13. Anthropogenic activity, climate change, pollution, and exploitation of natural resources are some reasons that cause threatening of plant diversity. Silene schimperiana is an endangered plant species in Egypt and...

    Authors: Heba El-Sayed Ghareb, Shafik Darwish Ibrahim and Ghada Abd El-Moneim Hegazi

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:41

    Content type: Research

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  14. Tricholepis roylei Hook. f. is a bushy annual shrub of the Asteraceae family and point endemic species of the Western Himalaya. T. roylei is a critically endangered species and factors like poor seed germination ...

    Authors: Giriraj Singh Panwar and Bhavana Joshi

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:40

    Content type: Research

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  15. Microbial community has an essential role in various fields, especially the industrial sector. Microbes produce metabolites in the form of enzymes, which are one of the essential compounds for industrial proce...

    Authors: Fitra Adi Prayogo, Anto Budiharjo, Hermin Pancasakti Kusumaningrum, Wijanarka Wijanarka, Agung Suprihadi and Nurhayati Nurhayati

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:39

    Content type: Review

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  16. Genus Vicia is a member of family Fabaceae and comprises 180 to 210 species. The most important species is faba bean (Vicia faba) which is still one of the most favourable grain legumes over all the world. The ge...

    Authors: Hoda B. M. Ali and Samira A. Osman

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:37

    Content type: Research

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  17. Proteases or peptidases are an imperative class of hydrolytic enzymes capable of hydrolyzing large proteins into smaller peptides. The cold-adapted proteases show higher catalytic capacity in low temperatures ...

    Authors: Junaid Furhan

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:36

    Content type: Review

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  18. The World Health Organization (WHO) report stated that Acinetobacter baumannii had been classified as one of the most important pathogenic bacteria causing nosocomial infection in hospital patients due to multi-d...

    Authors: Gizachew Muluneh Amera, Rameez Jabeer Khan, Rajat Kumar Jha, Amita Pathak, Jayaraman Muthukumaran and Amit Kumar Singh

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:33

    Content type: Research

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  19. We have previously isolated Bacillus subtilis HMNig-2 and MENO2 strains, from honey and the honeybee gut microbiome respectively, and demonstrated these strains to produce levansucrase with potential probiotics c...

    Authors: Abdelhamid A. Hamdy, Mona A. Esawy, Nouran A. Elattal, Magdy A. Amin, Amal E. Ali, Ghada E. A. Awad, Ian Connerton and Nahla M. Mansour

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:34

    Content type: Research

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  20. Tea (Camellia sinensis (L). O. Kuntze) is known as the oldest, mild stimulating caffeine containing non-alcoholic beverage. One of the major threats in south Asian tea industry is the blister blight leaf disease ...

    Authors: K. H. T. Karunarathna, N. H. K. S. Senathilake, K. M. Mewan, O. V. D. S. J. Weerasena and S. A. C. N. Perera

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:32

    Content type: Research

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  21. Somatic embryogenesis (SE) is an intricate molecular and biochemical process principally based on cellular totipotency and a model in studying plant development. In this unique embryo-forming process, the vege...

    Authors: Basit Gulzar, A. Mujib, Moien Qadir Malik, Rukaya Sayeed, Jyoti Mamgain and Bushra Ejaz

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:31

    Content type: Review

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  22. Identification of molecular characterization of genes underlying livestock productive traits may allow applying advanced biotechnology techniques to improve animal productivity. Growth hormone (GH) controls bo...

    Authors: Waleid Mohamed El-Sayed Shakweer and Hashem Hamed Abd EL-Rahman

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:30

    Content type: Research

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  23. The storage protein of the aerial tuber of Dioscorea bulbifera was purified and its physicochemical, enzymatic and molecular properties determined with a view to comparing its functionality and genetic relatednes...

    Authors: Olukemi Adetutu Osukoya and Adenike Kuku

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:29

    Content type: Research

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  24. Plants with high biomass can be manipulated for their reducing sugar content which ultimately upon fermentation produces ethanol. This concept was used to enhance the production of reducing sugar from cattail (Ty...

    Authors: Sunil Kodishetty Ramaiah, Girisha Shringala Thimappa, Lokesh Kyathasandra Nataraj and Proteek Dasgupta

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:28

    Content type: Research

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  25. An Egyptian indigenous unicellular green microalga was isolated from the coastal water of Suez Bay (N 29.92°, E 32.473°), Red Sea, Egypt. The molecular analysis based on 18S rRNA sequence showed that the gene ...

    Authors: Mostafa El-Sheekh, Mahmoud Abu-Faddan, Atef Abo-Shady, Mohamed Zein Alabedin Nassar and Wagdy Labib

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:27

    Content type: Research

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  26. Prodigiosin is a naturally occurring red pigment by Serratia marcescens and having enormous medicinal properties. Recently, there is a need to develop a high-throughput and economically feasible bioprocess for th...

    Authors: Ashlesha Bhagwat and Unnati Padalia

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:26

    Content type: Research

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  27. CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing technology is a DNA manipulation tool for trait improvement. This technology has been demonstrated and successfully applied to edit the genome in various species of plants. The deliv...

    Authors: Dulam Sandhya, Phanikanth Jogam, Venkateswar Rao Allini, Sadanandam Abbagani and Anshu Alok

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:25

    Content type: Review

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  28. The point of the present investigation was to blend effective chitosan nanoparticles (CNPs) loaded with Pterocarpus marsupium (PM) heartwood extract and evaluate its biomedical applications. Various plant extract...

    Authors: Anupama Ammulu Manne, Vinay Viswanath K., Ajay Kumar G, Ushakiranmayi Mangamuri and Sudhakar Podha

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:19

    Content type: Research

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  29. Pharmaceutically important curcuminoid synthesis in C. longa is controlled by CURS1, CURS2, and CURS3 genes. The present study detected the physicochemical properties and structural characteristics including the ...

    Authors: R. Santhoshkumar and A. Yusuf

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:24

    Content type: Research

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  30. Due to a multitude of industrial applications of keratinolytic proteases, their demands are increasing. The present investigation studied the production and monitoring of the most possible multi-functional app...

    Authors: Doaa A. Goda, Ahmad R. Bassiouny, Nihad M. Abdel Monem, Nadia A. Soliman and Yasser R. Abdel Fattah

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:23

    Content type: Research

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  31. Alternaria blight, a recalcitrant disease caused by Alternaria brassicae and Alternaria brassicicola, has been recognized for significant losses of oilseed crops especially rapeseed-mustard throughout the world. ...

    Authors: Rajesh Kumar Pathak, Mamta Baunthiyal, Dinesh Pandey and Anil Kumar

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:17

    Content type: Research

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  32. The isolation of high-quality RNA from strawberry leaves and fruits is notoriously cumbersome. Both tissues are extremely rich in active secondary metabolites, as phenolics and pigments that inevitably perturb...

    Authors: Mohamed Hazman, Farida Kabil, Shrouk Abd Elhamid and Peter Nick

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:22

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  33. The production of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) is an essential tool for rhizobacteria to stimulate and facilitate plant growth. For this, eighty rhizobial bacteria isolated from root nodules of Acacia cyanophylla g...

    Authors: Sara Lebrazi, Mouhcine Fadil, Marwa Chraibi and Kawtar Fikri-Benbrahim

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:21

    Content type: Research

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  34. Lysyl oxidase is an extracellular regulatory enzyme with an imperative role in interlinking of collagen and elastin by oxidizing lysine residues. Lysyl oxidase has been implicated in incidence of mammary tumor...

    Authors: Afnan Saleem and Shiveeli Rajput

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:20

    Content type: Research

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  35. Due to the development of superbugs as a result of unprescribed and frequent use of antibiotics in recent years, an alternate form of medicine had to be introduced. In light of this global threat, researchers ...

    Authors: S. M. Rakib-Uz-Zaman, Asif Iqbal, Sadrina Afrin Mowna, Mst Gitika Khanom, Mohammad Mastak Al Amin and Kashmery Khan

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:18

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  36. Probiotic strains are incorporated into food substrates to contribute to fermentation process. The technological suitability of such strains to improve the flavor and nutritional value of fermented food is str...

    Authors: Omotade Richard Ogunremi, Renu Agrawal and Abiodun Sanni

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:16

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  37. Eukaryotic initiation factor 2B (eIF2B) initiates and regulates translation initiation in eukaryotes. eIF2B gene mutations cause leukoencephalopathy called vanishing white matter disease (VWM) in humans and sl...

    Authors: Sonum Sharma, Anuradha Sourirajan, David J. Baumler and Kamal Dev

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:15

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  38. In the current study, we have investigated the effect of each of curcumin (CUR) and sulfamethoxazole (SMX) either separate or mixed together (CUR + SMX) on biochemical, hematological and histological alternati...

    Authors: Rasha Fekry Zahran, Zeinab M. Geba, Ashraf A. Tabll and Mohammad M. Mashaly

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:13

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  39. Field-testing genetically modified crops provides scientists with an opportunity to collect information on environmental interactions and agronomic performance, which is critical to a full environmental safety...

    Authors: Salman Dastan, Behzad Ghareyazie and Shahpour Abdollahi

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:12

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  40. Signalling systems that control cell decisions allow cells to process input signals by apprehending the information of the cell to give one of these two feasible outputs: cell death or cell survival. In this p...

    Authors: Ayodeji Olalekan Salau and Shruti Jain

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:11

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  41. Organophosphorus (OP) compounds have been widely available for decades in agriculture for crop protection and as cheap pest controllers, which increases the rate of exposure and poisoning cases. Using serum ch...

    Authors: Shimaa Tallat, Rania Hussien, Rania Hassan Mohamed, Mahmoud B. Abd El Wahab and Magdy Mahmoud

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:10

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  42. Recalcitrant nature is a major constraint for the in vitro regeneration and genetic transformation of leguminous species members. Therefore, an improved genetic transformation in horse gram has been developed ...

    Authors: Thomas Cheeran Amal, Palanisamy Karthika, Gurusamy Dhandapani, Subramaniam Selvakumar and Krishnan Vasanth

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:9

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  43. Hereditary hearing loss is a heterogeneous group of complex disorders with an overall incidence of one in every 500 newborns presented as syndromic and non-syndromic forms. Cadherin-related 23 (CDH23) is one o...

    Authors: Mohammed Nasser Al-Kindi, Mazin Jawad Al-Khabouri, Khalsa Ahmad Al-Lamki, Flavia Palombo, Tommaso Pippucci, Giovanni Romeo and Nadia Mohammed Al-Wardy

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:8

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  44. In the publication of this article [1], the title of Figure 6 was missing. The original article has been corrected.

    Authors: Abdelmageed M. Othman, Maysa A. Elsayed, Naser G. Al-Balakocy, Mohamed M. Hassan and Ali M. Elshafei

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:7

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    The original article was published in Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2019 17:8

  45. Leptin (LEP) regulates the glucose homeostasis directly and centrally by the regulation of the insulin levels or indirectly by alternation of the levels of the other glucose metabolism regulator hormones. The ...

    Authors: Karima F. Mahrous, Mohamad M. Aboelenin, Mohamed A. Rashed, Mahmoud A. Sallam and Hossam E. Rushdi

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:6

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  46. Oil palm, a tropical plant with an economic life of 20–25 years, is on high demand since its oil (palm oil) is now considered to be the world’s most consumed oil. Despite the high potential for the use of clon...

    Authors: Sharrmila Rengeswari Palanyandy, Saikat Gantait and Uma Rani Sinniah

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:5

    Content type: Short Communications

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  47. Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a bacterial pathogen that can cause grave and sometimes chronic infections in patients with weakened immune systems and cystic fibrosis. It is expected that sodium/proton transporters in...

    Authors: Carla B. Schubiger, Kelli H. T. Hoang and Claudia C. Häse

    Citation: Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 2020 18:4

    Content type: Research

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