Jens G. Hauge

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Glucose dehydrogenase of Bacterium anitratum catalyzes the reduction by glucose and other aldoses of dyes such as 2,6-dichlorophenol indophenol and phenazine methosulfate without the intervention of pyridine or flavin nucleotides (2, 3). The primary hydrogen acceptor is a group that is linked to the protein and revealed by a broad absorption band in the(More)
Acetobacter suboxydans produces dihydroxyacetone’ from glycerol in high yields, either in the usual fermentation (1) or with resting cells (2, 3). DHA is oxidized further, but at a much lower rate. The present communication deals with the individual steps involved in the oxidation of glycerol by cell-free extracts of A. suboxyduns, leading to the oxidation(More)
In pigs, the gene for glucosephosphate isomerase (GPI) is linked to the halothane (HAL) gene which is responsible for malignant hyperthermia (MH). A single copy DNA probe, designated GPI8R, has been isolated from a pig genomic library using a porcine GPI cDNA probe. This probe detects, as was the case for the cDNA probe, a five allele polymorphism in SacI(More)