|1.||Azzi, A: 1 article (02/2008)|
|2.||Zou, Y-S: 1 article (02/2008)|
|3.||Wang, T: 1 article (02/2008)|
|4.||Lin, S-X: 1 article (02/2008)|
|5.||Zhu, D-W: 1 article (02/2008)|
|6.||Liu, W-Y: 1 article (02/2008)|
|7.||Liu, Wang-Yi: 1 article (07/2003)|
|8.||He, Wen-Jun: 1 article (07/2003)|
|9.||Singh, Bal Ram: 1 article (05/2002)|
|10.||Ivanova, Diana G: 1 article (05/2002)|
05/01/2002 - "Limited leaf necrosis observed days after application of low amounts of recombinant cinnamomin directly on the leaves of other plants indicates that the recombinant protein might be functioning as a toxin, capable of inducing aging accompanied by plant cell death."
03/01/1999 - "We report a novel necrosis-determining residue at position 25, revealed by the comparison of the necrotic activity and sequence of alpha-cinnamomin with those of other known elicitins. "
03/01/1992 - "On tobacco plants, they could be classified into two classes: a, comprising capsicein and parasiticein (less necrotic), and β, comprising cryptogein and cinnamomin (very toxic with a necrosis threshold of 0.1 μg per leaf). "
11/06/1989 - "The phytopathogenic fungi Phytophthora cinnamomi cause systemic leaf necrosis on its non-host tobacco; in culture, it secretes a protein, called cinnamomin, which elicits leaf necrosis and protects tobacco against the pathogen Phytophthora nicotianoe, in a way similar to cryptogein and different from capsicein, elicitins of known amino acid sequences. "
02/01/2008 - "Cinnamomin from Cinnamonum camphora seeds, a type II ribosome-inactivating protein that interferes with protein biosynthesis in mammalian cells, can induce the apoptosis of carcinoma cells and be used as an insecticide. "
07/01/2003 - "Furthermore, cinnamomin displays cytotoxicity to carcinoma cells and insect larvae by modifying their ribosomal RNA. "
09/01/1996 - "An R-fragment could be isolated from ribosomes of cinnamomin- or camphorin-treated carcinoma cells after incubation with acidic aniline, indicating that the cytotoxicity of these two new RIPs to carcinoma cells might result from modification to the ribosomes."
09/01/1996 - "Cinnamomin (two-chain) and camphorin (single-chain), two novel ribosome-inactivating proteins (RIPs) purified from the seeds of Cinnamomum camphora, produced inhibitory effects in cultured carcinoma cells. "
09/01/1996 - "Cytotoxicity of two new ribosome-inactivating proteins, cinnamomin and camphorin, to carcinoma cells."
|3.||Melanoma (Melanoma, Malignant)
|1.||Phytophthora capsici Alpha-elicitin capsicein protein
|2.||algal cryptogein protein
|3.||Ribosome Inactivating Proteins
|4.||Staphylococcal Protein A (A, Protein)
|7.||aniline (aniline hydrobromide)