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  1. Products of The Hive
    Heat Resistant Characteristics of Major Royal Jelly Protein 1 (MRJP1) Oligomer Soluble royal jelly protein is a candidate factor responsible for mammiferous cell proliferation. Major royal jelly protein 1 (MRJP1), which consists of oligomeric and monomeric forms, is an abundant proliferative...
  2. Scientific Studies / CCD / Neonics
    Honey Glycoproteins Containing Antimicrobial Peptides, Jelleins of the Major Royal Jelly Protein 1, Are Responsible for the Cell Wall Lytic and Bactericidal Activities of Honey We have recently identified the bacterial cell wall as the cellular target for honey antibacterial compounds; however...
  3. Apitherapy
    Oral Administration of Royal Jelly Restores Tear Secretion Capacity in Rat Blink-Suppressed Dry Eye Model by Modulating Lacrimal Gland Function Tears are secreted from the lacrimal gland (LG), a dysfunction in which induces dry eye, resulting in ocular discomfort and visual impairment. Honey bee...
  4. Products of The Hive
    Identification of a Novel Hypocholesterolemic Protein, Major Royal Jelly Protein 1, Derived from Royal Jelly Royal jelly (RJ) intake lowers serum cholesterol levels in animals and humans, but the active component in RJ that lowers serum cholesterol level and its molecular mechanism are unclear...
  5. Bee Forum
    Recipe for a Busy Bee: MicroRNAs in Honey Bee Caste Determination Social caste determination in the honey bee is assumed to be determined by the dietary status of the young larvae and translated into physiological and epigenetic changes through nutrient-sensing pathways. We have employed...
  6. Bee Forum
    Epigenetic Modification of Gene Expression in Honey Bees by Heterospecific Gland Secretions So if you feed Apis mellifera with royal jelly from Apis ceranae, will you get mutant Godzilla bees? Royal jelly (RJ) contains a range of proteins, amino acids, vitamins and nucleic acids. MicroRNA...
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