Tag: Bauhinia monandra leaf lectin

A Simple Electrochemical System to Evaluate Interactions between Bauhinia monandra Leaf Lectin (BmoLL) and Cratylia mollis Seed Lectin (Cramoll) Immobilized in Nafion Nanopores with Pseudomonas aeruginosa Endophytic Strain

The interaction of lectins immobilised in Nafion nanopores with Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains was studied using an electrochemical device. BmoLL, a leaf lectin specific for galactose obtained from Bauhinia monandra leaves, interacted with P. aeruginosa strain UFPEDA598, an endophytic bacterium isolated from B. monandra leaves. Cramoll is a seed lectin...
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