Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 33, Issue 6, pp 676–680 | Cite as

Influence of the glycoproteins of the cotton plant on the biosynthesis of proteins and nucleic acids

  • Z. S. Khashimova
  • O. Kh. Saitmuratova
  • Yu. S. Mangutova
  • V. B. Leont'ev


An inhibitory action of ELPs and LLPs on the inclusion of3H-thymine and35S-methionine in the cells of a suspension culture and isolated nuclei of cottonplant seedlings has been found. The influence of the ELPs on the proliferative activity of cottonplant cells and of the ELPs and LLPs at the level of protein biosynthesis in isolated nuclei bears a dose-dependent nature, in contrast to the galactose-specific fraction LLP-1.


Organic Chemistry Nucleic Acid Inhibitory Action Suspension Culture Proliferative Activity 
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  • Z. S. Khashimova
  • O. Kh. Saitmuratova
  • Yu. S. Mangutova
  • V. B. Leont'ev

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