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Insights from the protein sequence and structure analysis of PgHsc70 and OsHsp70 genes


Gugulothu Baloji2, Sandhya Jagtap2, Ashwini Talakayala2, Meghana Kolli2, Lali Lingfa2, Mallikarjuna Garladinne1 & Srinivas Ankanagari2,*



1Plant Molecular Biology Laboratory, Agri Biotech Foundation, Rajendra Nagar, Hyderabad (T.S) 500 030, India; 2Department of Genetics, Osmania University, Hyderabad - 50007 (T.S) India; *Corresponding author - Srinivas Ankanagari



Gugulothu Baloji – E-mail: baloji2020@gmail.com; Sandhya Jagtap – E-mail: sandhya.chavaan@gmail.com; Ashwini Talakayala – E-mail: talakayalaashwini@gmail.com; Meghana Kolli – E-mail: kollimeghana08@gmail.com; Lali Lingfa – E-mail: llingfa@gmail.com; Mallikarjuna Garladinne – E-mail:garladinnemarjun@gmail.com; Srinivas Ankanagari - E-mail: asrinivas@osmania.ac.in;


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Research Article



Received October 25, 2021; Revised January 2, 2022; Accepted January 2, 2022, Published February 28, 2022



Heat shock proteins are induced in a wide range of abiotic and biotic stresses. They are well known for cellular chaperone activities and play an important role in protecting plants through regulation of homeostasis and survival. A comprehensive characterization and comparative analysis of the Hsp70 family members within the closely related plant species helps in better interpretation of these proteins’ contribution to cell function and response to specific environmental stresses. Therefore, it is of interest to glean insights from the protein sequence analysis of PgHsc 70 and OsHsp70 genes. Thus, we document data from the sequence and structure analysis of PgHsc 70 and OsHsp 70 gene a.



Abiotic stress, chaperones, Brassinolide, heat shock proteins, homeostasis, environmental stressors



Baloji et al. Bioinformation 18(2): 88-102 (2022)


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Biomedical Informatics



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