Jorge Bouza Domínguez

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An extracellular pectin lyase (PNL) [poly-(methoxygalacturonide)lyase; EC] produced by Penicillium italicum CECT 2294 grown on a surface bran (natural medium) or in a submerged (synthetic medium) culture was investigated. Both culture filtrates showed macerating activity at low pH on cucumber, potato, and orange tissues. The physicochemical(More)
Growth and concomitant production of an extracellular pectin lyase (PL) [poly(methoxylgalactosiduronate) endolyase; EC] were investigated in a group of 16 fungi grown in liquid medium containing pectin as a supplementary carbon source. Culture filtrates of both Penicillium italicum (CECT 2294) and P. expansum (CECT 2275) showed the highest PL(More)
The transition from yeast-like cells to chlamydospores ofAureobasidium pullulans can be induced by growing the microorganism on a glucose medium with a limiting nitrogen source and a low buffer capacity. When glucose is used as the carbon source, a concentration higher than 3% (w/v) is required to induce the transition. On the other hand, growth limiting(More)
The lipid composition of the fungus Pullularia pullulans has been investigated at different stages of the morphogenetic transition from yeast-like, through the so-called "large cells," to chlamydospores. The first 3 days of culture correspond to the period of exponential growth. There is a rapid consumption of glucose and ammonium, until the latter becomes(More)
When A. pullulans is grown on a glucose medium with a limiting nitrogen source and low buffer capacity, the yeast-like cells that are originally present undergo a transition to chlamydospores. The initial pH must be around 6 for the transition to take place under optimal conditions. On the above-mentioned medium pH decreases to values below 2 in the first(More)
The lipid and fatty acid composition of a strain ofStreptomyces antibioticus has been studied as a function of culture age and glycine concentration in the growth medium. Under all conditions, the main polar lipids were phosphatidylethanolamine, cardiolipin and phosphomannoinositides in order of decreasing abundance; no ornithinolipids were detected.(More)
We introduce a system of coupled time-dependent parabolic simplified spherical harmonic equations to model the propagation of both excitation and fluorescence light in biological tissues. We resort to a finite element approach to obtain the time-dependent profile of the excitation and the fluorescence light fields in the medium. We present results for cases(More)
An exponent was missing in the denominator of the definition of the Henyey-Greenstein phase function. Besides, the normalization constant of the phase function was presented for the three dimensional case only. We give the correct expression in this erratum for the twoand three-dimensional cases. In addition, we correct for a forgotten scalar product(More)
We introduce a novel approach for localizing a plurality of discrete point-like fluorescent inclusions embedded in a thick turbid medium using time-domain measurements. The approach uses early photon information contained in measured time-of-flight distributions originating from fluorescence emission. Fluorescence time point-spread functions (FTPSFs) are(More)