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ISSN: 2075-8251 (English edition), 2075-8243 (Russian edition)
Acta Naturae. 2019. V. 11. № 1 (40)

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  • D. B. Tikhonov, L. G. Magazanik, E. I. Nagaeva

    Ligands of Acid-Sensing Ion Channel 1a: Mechanisms of Action and Binding Sites
  • Y. Y. Agapkina, M. A. Pustovarova, S. P. Korolev, D. P. Zyryanova, V. V. Ivlev, A. V. Totmenin, N. M. Gashnikova, M. B. Gottikh

    Consensus Integrase of a New HIV-1 Genetic Variant CRF63_02A1
  • T. A. Ozharovskaia, O. V. Zubkova, I. V. Dolzhikova, A. S. Gromova, D. M. Grousova, A. I. Tukhvatulin, O. Popova, D. V. Shcheblyakov, D. N. Scherbinin, A. S. Dzharullaeva, A. S. Erokhova, M. M. Shmarov, S. Y. Loginova, S. V. Borisevich, B. S. Naroditsky, D. Y. Logunov, A. L. Gintsburg

    Immunogenicity of Different Forms of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome S Glycoprotein
  • R. U. Ostrovskaya, S. V. Ivanov, T. A. Gudasheva, S. B. Seredenin

    A Novel Dipeptide NGF Mimetic GK-2 Selectively Activating the PI3K/AKT Signaling Pathway Promotes the Survival of Pancreatic ?-Cells in a Rat Model of Diabetes
  • K. S. Yurchenko, Yi. Jing, A. M. Shestopalov

    Adaptation of the Newcastle Disease Virus to Cell Cultures for Enhancing Its Oncolytic Properties
  • A. Zlobin, D. Suplatov, K. Kopylov, V. Švedas

    CASBench: A Benchmarking Set of Proteins with Annotated Catalytic and Allosteric Sites in Their Structures
  • S. M. Baldin, Т. А. Shcherbakova, V. K. Švedas

    Isolation, Purification and Characterization of L,D-transpeptidase 2 from Mycobacterium tuberculosis

  • O. A. Kladova, N. A. Kuznetsov, O. S. Fedorova

    Thermodynamics of the DNA Repair Process by Endonuclease VIII
  • Е. M. Osipov, О. D. Hendrickson, Т. V. Tikhonova, A. V. Zherdev, O. N. Solopova, P. G. Sveshnikov, B. B. Dzantiev, V. О. Popov

    Structure of the Anti-C60 Fullerene Antibody Fab Fragment: Structural Determinants of Fullerene Binding

  • N. Rummun, R. E. Hughes, R. Beesoo, W. W. Li, O. Aldulaimi, K. G. Macleod, T. Bahorun, N. O. Carragher, A. Kagansky, V. S. Neergheen-Bhujun

    Mauritian Endemic Medicinal Plant Extracts Induce G2/M Phase Cell Cycle Arrest and Growth Inhibition of Oesophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Vitro

    

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