Gamal M. Imam

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The dicyclohexylcarbodiimide-binding protein of Aspergillus nidulans has been identified as the smallest subunit of the mitochondrial ATPase complex, and has a molecular weight of approximately 8000. It is extractable from whole mitochondria and from the purified enzyme in neutral chloroform/methanol, contains 30% polar amino acids, and the N-terminal amino(More)
The formation of fat from citric, succinic, fumaric and malic acids by Penicillium spinulosum has been investigated. Sodium arseite, β-sulfonic propionic acid and mono-iodoacetate was found to control unfavourably the formation of fat from the organic acids by the preformed pellets of the organism. Moreover, iodoacetate reduced the mean molecular weight of(More)
this research aims to identify the effect of loads of training geared to the pattern of daily bio-rhythm on some vital functions (respiratory frequency, oxygen uptake, carbon dioxide production, VO max, VO per 2 2 Kg, heart rate, ventilation and vital capacity) and the level of 800 meter run and differences between members of the two experimental groups.(More)
1. Penicillium chrysogenum and Aspergillus flavus degraded benzylpenicillin in the same way. 2. Degradation of the antibiotic was initiated by the cleavage of phenylacetic acid from 6-aminopenicillanic acid. 3. Phenylacetic acid was left unchanged whereas 6-aminopenicillanic acid was degraded into cysteine and valine. This reaction is probably complex. 4.(More)
The response of 15 bacterial cultures to the inhibitory effects of the above mentioned compounds was investigated. These varied considerably. Escherichia coli cultures resistant to the compounds tested showed that monoketo-organomycin and cystaurimycin inhibit bacterial growth by what appears to be the one and same mechanism which is not the same as that(More)