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Production of unsaturated polyesters by Pseudomonas oleovorans.
Bacterial polyesters containing branched poly(β-hydroxyalkanoate) units
An unusual bacterial polyester with a phenyl pendant group
The microorganism Pseudomonas oleovorans is known to produce polyesters containing 3-hydroxyalkanoate units when grown on n-alkanes and n-alkanoic acids under nutrient limiting conditions, but when…
Functionalized Poly-β-Hydroxyalkanoates Produced by Bacteria
R. rubrum and P. oleovorans were found to be particularly responsive for growth on non-natural substrates and for the production of functionalized polyesters.
Bacterial polyesters containing branched poly(beta-hydroxyalkanoate) units.
Pseudomonas oleovorans was grown on mixtures of methyloctanoates with n-octanoate, and spectra of these polymers indicated that the 5-methyl octanoate units had a higher content of one of the two isomers, but not in the 6-methyloctanoATE units.
Secret sensations : Novel functionalities triggered by light - Part II: Photolatent fragrances
UV technology is attractive in the coatings, inks and adhesives industry essentially because of the photolatency of photoinitiators. Photolatent effects can also be found in other areas. In the…
Photochromism of yellow azo dyes: a specific phenomenon of cotton dyed with reactive dyes
- K. Fritzsche
- 22 October 2008
A method that is more sensitive than the ISO standard procedure for the detection and assessment of photochromism has been developed using a colour measuring device. Using this method the…
On the pharmacokinetics of talinolol, a new beta 1-receptor blocking agent.
- K. Haustein, K. Fritzsche
- Medicine, BiologyInternational journal of clinical pharmacology…
- 1 September 1981
A remarkably high hepatic first-pass effect after oral administration of talinolol is indicated, which is similar to that seen in patients with biliary fistula after intravenous injection.