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INFLUENCE OF IONIZING RADIATION ON PROTEIN-SYNTHESIZING ACTIVITY OF RAUWOLFIA SERPENTINA BENTH. TISSUE CULTURE

By Elena Vyacheslavovna Bespalova and The St.-Petersburg State Chemical-Pharmaceutical Academy (Russian Federation)

Abstract

The investigation objects are the culture of the snake rauwolfia tissue, strain K 27, VSKK (VR) N 30. The aim is to study the influence of the ionizing radiation on the growth and protein-synthesizing ability of the snake rauwolfia tissue culture, to investigate the biosynthesis and molecular heterogeneity of the catalase in the norm and after irradiation. The comparative evaluation of the biomass growth after irradiation in different doses and on the different cultivation periods has been made. The post-radiation breaches of the protein metabolism have been investigated. The activity change dynamics, molecular heterogeneity and catalase metabolism parameters in the snake rauwolfia tissue culture have been studied. Usage field: biochemistry and molecular biology.Available from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 06R - Radiobiology, radiation biology, 06V - Genetics, cytology, molecular biology, IONIZING RADIATION, PROTEIN-SYNTHESIZING ACTIVITY, TISSUE CULTURE, SNAKE RAUMWOLFIA
Year: 1997
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