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Candida magnoliae isolated from honeycomb is an industrially important yeast with high erythritol-producing ability. Erythritol has been used as functional sugar substitute for various foods. In order to analyze the physiological properties of C. magnoliae, a study on sugar utilization pattern was carried out. The fermentation kinetics of glucose and(More)
Candida magnoliae, an osmotolerant and erythritol producing yeast, prefers D-fructose to D-glucose as carbon sources. For the investigation of the fructophilic characteristics with respect to sugar transportation, a sequential extraction method using various detergents and ultracentrifugation was developed to isolate cellular membrane proteins in C.(More)
BACKGROUND Periodontal ligament fibroblasts (PDLFs), which can be differentiated into osteoblasts, are crucial cells for the regeneration of the periodontal tissue. Although N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors were reported to be involved in bone formation by affecting osteoblasts, the existence and function of NMDA receptors in PDLFs have not been(More)
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