Seven protein-peptide fractions have been isolated from the biomass of the wormEisenia foetida. Their influence on the synthesis of RNA, DNA, and protein in animal and plant cells has been investigated.
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Ziyavitdinov, Z.F., Takanaev, A.A., Veshkurova, O.N. et al. Biologically active proteins of the wormEisenia foetida . Chem Nat Compd 30, 109–111 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00638433
- Organic Chemistry
- Plant Cell
- Active Protein