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Nilanjan Das
International Institute of Minnesota
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ABSTRACTOsteoporosis is one of the major health problems worldwide. It is characterized by increased bone fragility and loss of bone matter due to the action of osteoclast cells, which are associat...
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#1Sabiha Imran (International Institute of Minnesota)H-Index: 1
#2Yashika Yadav (International Institute of Minnesota)
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Defensins are highly cationic proteins consisting of 20-40 amino acids, having antimicrobial potential. Size of defensins vary between 3 to 5 kDa and are found in human, plants and several subhuman species such as ducks, insects, penguin etc. Because of their antimicrobial efficacy, they boost the immune system. In human alpha and beta-defensins play a pivotal role in providing the first line of defence against microbial infection in several occasions. Plant defensins are small, highly stable an...
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#1Sabiha Imran (Manav Rachna International University)
#2Twinkle Gupta (Manav Rachna International University)
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  Bacteriocins are ribosomally synthesized antimicrobial peptides produced by microbes owned by different eubacterial taxonomic branches. Most of them are small cationic membrane-active compounds that form pores in the targeted cells, disrupting membrane possibilities, and triggering cell fatality. The availability of small cationic peptides with antimicrobial activity is a protection strategy found not only in bacteria but also in plants and animals. The antibiotics which have extensive appli...
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