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Microsomal Transformation of Organophosphorus Pesticides by White Rot Fungi
Results suggest the involvement of a cytochrome P450 in the transformation of organophosphorus pesticides by differentwhite-rot fungi strains, supported by specific inhibition experiments and the stringent requirement for NADPH during the in vitroassays. Expand
Detection of bovine milk adulterated with cheese whey by western blot immunoassay
Abstract Milk processor industries and distributors have problems of milk adulteration with cheese whey. The most frequently used method to detect cheese whey is the identification of aExpand
A highly sensitive sandwich ELISA for the determination of glycomacropeptide to detect liquid whey in raw milk
A novel sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) for the detection and quantification of whey in raw milk was developed, using a polyclonal rabbit anti-GMP antibody, which showed high specificity and no cross-reaction with milk components and was successful in detecting GMP in dairy commercial products. Expand
Enzymatic treatment of wastewater from the corn tortilla industry using chitosan as an adsorbent reduces the chemical oxygen demand and ferulic acid content
Abstract The residual effluent from the corn tortilla industry, referred to as Nejayote in Mexico, causes serious pollution problems because of its high chemical oxygen demand (COD). However, as thisExpand