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Fusobacterium nucleatum is classified into five subspecies that inhabit the human oral cavity (F. nucleatum subsp. nucleatum, F. nucleatum subsp. polymorphum, F. nucleatum subsp. fusiforme, F. nucleatum subsp. vincentii, and F. nucleatum subsp. animalis) based on several phenotypic characteristics and DNA-DNA hybridization patterns. However, the methods for(More)
This paper questions what types of molecular transformation are involved in the conversion of maltose to trehalose by trehalose synthase from Thermus caldophilus GK24. The reverse reaction pathway has been examined with the aid of alpha,alpha-(2,4,6,6',2',4',6",6"'-(2)H(8))trehalose (1). The mass data of the isolated reaction products clearly indicate that(More)
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