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Carrageenase from marine Cytophaga. I. The production and characteristics of carrageenase from marine Cytophaga.
The production and characteristics of carrageenan decomposing enzyme were studied for the cell free medium of a marine Cytophaga 1k-C783 and glucose, galactose and cellobiose showed inhibitory effect for bacterial growth and enzyme production.
Purification of a k‐Carrageenase from Marine Cytophaga Species
A mixture of extracellular carrageenases was isolated from the cell‐free medium of a culture of marine Cytophaga sp. 1k‐C783 grown on ZoBell 2216 E broth with 0.1% commercial carrageenan. A single…
Investigation of analgesic potential and in vitro antioxidant activity of two plants of Asteraceae family growing in Bangladesh
Abstract Background The present study was designed to investigate analgesic potential and in vitro antioxidant activity of crude ethanolic extract of two plants (Ageratum conyzoides L. and Mikania…
Purification of a kappa-carrageenase from marine Cytophaga species.
A mixture of extracellular carrageenases was isolated from the cell-free medium of a culture of marine Cytophaga sp. 1k-C783 grown on ZoBell 2216 E broth with 0.1% commercial carrageenan. A single…
Genetic parameters and correlation study in diverse types of sesame germplasm.
Potentiality of Artificial Sea Water Salts for the Production of Carrageenase by a Marine Cytophaga sp.
Production of an extracellular enzyme complex (carrageenase) was studied by examining cell‐free fluids from cultures of a marine Cytophaga, 1k‐C783, growing on different media.
Relationship between the production of spirosomes and anaerobic glycolysis activity in Escherichia coli B.
The results suggest that spirosome production by E. coli B is related to its anaerobic glycolysis activity.
ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CARRAGEENAN-DECOMPOSING BACTERIA FROM MARINE ENVIRONMENT
The carrageenan decomposing bacteria were classified into four groups according to their behaviour in decomposing other high molecular weight compounds such as agar, casein, gelatin and starch, indicating that the strains belong to the genus Cytophaga.
Evaluation of radiation-induced mutant lines of mung bean (Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek) for grain yield and protein content.
Chemical investigation of phytoalexins and phytoanticipins : isolation, synthesis and antifungal activity
- G. Sarwar
The focus of my research was on the secondary metabolites produced by crucifer plants under stress and their biological activity against fungi. Both cultivated and wild plants were investigated to…