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Repair of UV damage in plants by nucleotide excision repair: Arabidopsis UVH1 DNA repair gene is a homolog of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Rad1.
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Evidence is provided that the Arabidopsis UVH1/AtRAD1 product is a subunit of a repair endonuclease, which is widely utilized for repair of DNA damage in plant tissues. Expand
Isolation and Functional Characterization of Ca2+/H+ Antiporters from Cyanobacteria*
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The results clearly indicate that cyanobacteria contain a Ca2+/H+ antiporter in their plasma membranes, which plays an important role for salt tolerance. Expand
l-Amino acid oxidases from microbial sources: types, properties, functions, and applications
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The types, properties, structures, biological functions, heterologous expression, and applications of LAAOs obtained from microbial sources are reviewed to increase interest in LAAO studies. Expand
Bioconversion of l-glutamic acid to α-ketoglutaric acid by an immobilized whole-cell biocatalyst expressing l-amino acid deaminase from Proteus mirabilis.
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Compared with traditional multistep chemical synthesis, the biocatalytic process described here has the advantage of reducing environmental pollution and thus has great potential for the large-scale production of α-KG. Expand
Combination of phenylpyruvic acid (PPA) pathway engineering and molecular engineering of l-amino acid deaminase improves PPA production with an Escherichia coli whole-cell biocatalyst
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This study developed a robust whole-cell E. coli biocatalyst for PPA production by integrating metabolic and protein engineering, strategies that may be useful for the construction of other biotransformation bioc atalysts. Expand
One-step production of α-ketoglutaric acid from glutamic acid with an engineered L-amino acid deaminase from Proteus mirabilis.
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Compared with the multi-step chemical synthesis, the transformation approach has less environmental pollution and has a great potential for α-KG production. Expand
One-Step Biosynthesis of α-Keto-γ-Methylthiobutyric Acid from L-Methionine by an Escherichia coli Whole-Cell Biocatalyst Expressing an Engineered L-Amino Acid Deaminase from Proteus vulgaris
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Compared with the traditional multi-step chemical synthesis, the one-step biocatalytic production of KMTB has an advantage in terms of environmental pollution and thus has great potential for industrial KMTBs production. Expand
Improved production of α-ketoglutaric acid (α-KG) by a Bacillus subtilis whole-cell biocatalyst via engineering of L-amino acid deaminase and deletion of the α-KG utilization pathway.
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Protein engineering of P. mirabilis pm1 and deletion of the α-KG degradation pathway in B. subtilis improved α-kG production over that of previously developed processes, and the reaction kinetics and biochemical properties of the mutant were analyzed. Expand
Two-Step Production of Phenylpyruvic Acid from L-Phenylalanine by Growing and Resting Cells of Engineered Escherichia coli: Process Optimization and Kinetics Modeling
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A kinetic model was established, and it was revealed that the substrate and product inhibition were the main limiting factors for resting cell biotransformation. Expand
Production of phenylpyruvic acid from l-phenylalanine using an l-amino acid deaminase from Proteus mirabilis: comparison of enzymatic and whole-cell biotransformation approaches
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The strategy described herein may aid the biotransformational synthesis of other α-keto acids from their corresponding amino acids in terms of specific activity, production, conversion, productivity, stability, need of external cofactors, and recycling. Expand
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