Benita Lange

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The isolation and identification of two novel metabolites in the fungal metabolism of pyrene are described. The plant-inhabiting basidiomycete Crinipellis stipitaria JK364 metabolized pyrene, a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon containing four rings, when grown in submerged cultures in a medium containing malt extract, glucose, and yeast extract. In(More)
The bacterium Klebsiella aerogenes (type 25) produced an inducible alginate lyase, whose major activity was located intracellularly during all growth phases. The enzyme was purified from the soluble fraction of sonicated cells by ammonium sulfate precipitation, anion- and cation-exchange chromatography and gel filtration. The apparent molecular weight of(More)
Regulation of Rubisco, Anionic Modulators, Specificity and Mechanism of Action of Dianionic Effectors Catalysis and regulation of C 0 2 fixation differ in a characteristic manner in their response to anionic modifiers and the polarity of the reaction medium. Monovalent inorganic anions inhibit catalysis and C 0 2-activation of the D-ribulose(More)
Somatic cell hybrids between human lymphoblastoid cells (Raji) and temperature-sensitive Chinese hamster cells (K12) were selected from monolayer cultures in MEM at 40 degrees C. A total of 21 hybrid clones were isolated and karyotyped. All clones contained a near complete set of Chinese hamster chromosomes and 1 to 5 human chromosomes. Human chromosome 14(More)
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