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Dynamic changes of the dominant functioning microbial community in the compost of a 90-m(3) aerobic solid state fermentor revealed by integrated meta-omics.
Under artificial control of the temperature and oxygen concentration, the efficiency of organic waste degradation was greatly increased, the fermentation cycle was shortened to 11 days and the metaproteomic results revealed that the bacterial community was more focused on cellulose degradation.
Thermomyces lanuginosus is the dominant fungus in maize straw composts.
The microbial community composition and function of three self-heating maize straw composts were compared by integrated meta-omics. The results revealed that the fungal communities were primarily
Non-hydrolytic Disruption of Crystalline Structure of Cellulose by Cellulose Binding Domain and Linker Sequence of Cellobiohydrolase I from Penicillium janthinellum.
It is reported at the first time that an isolated component, the cellulose binding domain with its linker sequence of cellobiohydrolase I from Penicillium janthinellum (CBD(CBHI), plays an important role in the synergism between CBHI and EGI during cellulose biodegradation.
Agarivorans gilvus sp. nov. isolated from seaweed.
Data from biochemical tests, whole-cell fatty acid profiling, 16S rRNA gene sequence studies and DNA-DNA hybridization clearly indicated that isolate WH0801(T) represented a novel species within the genus Agarivorans, for which the name Agarvorans gilvus sp.
Evaluation of swollenin from Trichoderma pseudokoningii as a potential synergistic factor in the enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose with low cellulase loadings
Swollenin is a novel plant expansin-like protein that has been proposed to have a cellulose disruption activity. In this study, the recombinant swollenin (SWO2) from Trichoderma pseudokoningii S38
Magnetite magnetosome and fragmental chain formation of Magnetospirillum magneticum AMB‐1: transmission electron microscopy and magnetic observations
SUMMARY Stable single-domain (SD) magnetite formed intracellularly by magnetotactic bacteria is of fundamental interest in sedimentary and environmental magnetism. In this study, we studied the time
Description of Ancylomarina subtilis gen. nov., sp. nov., isolated from coastal sediment, proposal of Marinilabiliales ord. nov. and transfer of Marinilabiliaceae, Prolixibacteraceae and
On the basis of the phylogenetic, phenotypic and physiological data, strain FA102T represents a novel genus and species, for which the name Ancylomarina subtilis gen. nov., sp.
Maintenance Role of a Glutathionyl-Hydroquinone Lyase (PcpF) in Pentachlorophenol Degradation by Sphingobium chlorophenolicum ATCC 39723
Pentachlorophenol biodegradation has been extensively studied in Sphingobium chlorophenolicum ATCC 39723 and the mutant became more sensitive to PCP toxicity and had a significantly decreased PCP degradation rate, likely due to the accumulation of the GS-hydroquinone conjugates inside the cell.
Cellular Abundance of Mps1 and the Role of Its Carboxyl Terminal Tail in Substrate Recruitment*
Unexpectedly, it is found that the unstructured carboxyl-terminal region of Mps1 plays an essential role in substrate recruitment and is critical for trans-phosphorylation of substrates in vitro and in cultured cells.
DNA damage checkpoint, damage repair, and genome stability.
Recent findings on both the mechanisms of activation of checkpoint pathways and their coordination with DNA damage repair machinery as well as their effect on genomic integrity are reviewed.