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Isolation of Frankia from nodules of Casuarina equisetifolia
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Using the simple serial dilution technique, five strains of actinomycetes were isolated from nodules of Casuarina equisetifolia and were assumed to belong to the genus Frankia because they possessed the morphological and cultural characteristics now admitted as specific to this genus. Expand
An effective strain of Frankia from Casuarina sp.
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A strain of Frankia isolated from root nodules of a hybrid of Casuarina junghuhniana and C. equisetifolia has been isolated in pure culture, which exhibited cushionlike colonies with short, wide hyphae and, in addition to typical sporangia, intercalary elongated sporangialike structures (SLS). Expand
Distribution of Gymnostoma spp. microsymbiotic Frankia strains in New Caledonia is related to soil type and to host‐plant species
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A correspondence analysis nevertheless showed that the distribution of these patterns was related to soil type and to host‐plant species, and several Frankia strains were exclusively associated with the ultramafic soils. Expand
The nodular microsymbionts of Gymnostoma spp. are Elaeagnus-infective Frankia strains
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Results of both phenotypic and genotypic approaches indicate that Gymnostoma-infective strains are Elaeagnus infective and not Casuarina infective. Expand
In Vitro Nitrogen Fixation by Two Actinomycete Strains Isolated from Casuarina Nodules
Acetylene reduction activity was demonstrated in pure cultures of two actinomycete strains isolated from nodules of Casuarina equisetifolia. This activity was comparable to that of free-livingExpand
Occurrence of both Casuarina-infective and Elaeagnus-infective Frankia strains within actinorhizae of Casuarina collina, endemic to New Caledonia
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The hypothesis that the Frankia from Gyi~znostonia could use C. collina as an alternative host in absence of Gymnostoma spp. Expand
Complementary methods to assist subcellular fractionation in organellar proteomics
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The scope of this review focuses on recently published innovative complementary or alternative methods to perform subcellular fractionation, which can further refine the way in which sample preparation is accomplished in organellar proteomics. Expand
Flow cytometry‐assisted purification and proteomic analysis of the corticotropes dense‐core secretory granules
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This paper presents an alternate approach to purify subcellular organelles containing a fluorescent reporter molecule, which can be done in a single day, requires no major modification to any instrumentation and can be readily adapted to the study of otherorganelles. Expand
Utilization of a new biotinylation reagent in the development of a nondiscriminatory investigative approach for the study of cell surface proteins
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This work designed and synthesized a novel membrane‐impermeable biotinylation reagent incorporating chemical properties compatible with this goal and developed a nondiscriminatory analytical procedure which overcomes possible selectivity, contamination and solubility problems. Expand
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