Brian G. Moore

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The amount of extracellular polysaccharide produced by eight species of green and blue-green algae ranges from 174 milligrams per liter to 557 milligrams per liter. Most of the polymers are composed of four monosaccharides: a hexose, a pentose, a methyl pentose, and uronic acid. The production of excessive amounts of these photosynthetic end products will(More)
An extracellular polysaccharide composed of glucose, fucose, arabinose and glucuronic acid in a molar proportion of 11:6:3:1 is a major end-product of photosynthesis by Palmella mucosa Kütz. The liberation of polysaccharide is related to the age of the culture. Glucose can substitute efficiently for CO2 as the source of carbon for polysaccharide synthesis.(More)
PURPOSE Unlike classic Hirschsprung's disease, short-segment and ultrashort-segment varieties are usually found to be latent and milder. Ultrashort-segment Hirschsprung's disease may present as intractable chronic constipation in children over one year of age, adolescents, and adults. Anorectal myectomy has been shown in many instances to provide effective(More)
The behavior of the catanionic system of dioctadecyldimethylammonium bromide (DODAB) and sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) was investigated at 23 +/- 1 degrees C at the air-water interface using a Langmuir trough. The surface pressure as a function of surface area was measured while monitoring domain structures using epifluorescence microscopy. At high surface(More)
An Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Research and Education Facilitator (ACI-REF) works directly with researchers to advance the computing- and data-intensive aspects of their research, helping them to make effective use of Cyberinfrastructure (CI). The University of Oklahoma (OU) is leading a national "virtual residency" program to prepare ACI-REFs to provide(More)