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Immobilization of fungus Aspergillus sp. by a novel cryogel technique for production of extracellular hydrolytic enzymes
Abstract Aerobic cells of a fungus isolate Aspergillus sp. CX-1 have been immobilized in macroporous cryoPAG and in different composite cryoPAGs — fibrous adjunct carriers. The productivity of theExpand
[Formation of a resting form of Bacillus cereus and Micrococcus luteus].
Under certain cultivation conditions, the bacteria Bacillus cereus and Micrococcus luteus form cystlike refractive cells that retain viability over a long time, are metabolically inactive and thermotolerant and possess specific ultrastructure that allow them to be attributed to a new type of resting forms of microorganisms. Expand
Morphological and physiological changes in bacterial cells treated with acrylamide
SummaryOn exposure to acrylamide, in the course of immobilization in polyacrylamide gel and treatment with 10%–20% monomer or introduction of 1%–3% acrylamide into the growth medium, Escherichia coliExpand
Bacterial outer membrane nanovesicles: Structure, biogenesis, functions, and application in biotechnology and medicine (Review)
  • K. Lusta
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Applied Biochemistry and Microbiology
  • 30 August 2015
The review summarizes the comprehensive biochemical and physicochemical characteristics of extracellular membrane nanovesicles (EMN) derived from different kinds of bacteria. The EMN structure,Expand
Correlation between lipid deposition, immune-inflammatory cell content and MHC class II expression in diffuse intimal thickening of the human aorta.
The findings of the present study support a view that lipid accumulation in the intima plays a role in the initiation of inflammatory reaction and that at the pre-lesional stage in the development of atherosclerosis, lipid-associated immune cell activation might occur primarily in the juxtaluminal portion of theintima. Expand
Universal and rapid method for purification of GFP-like proteins by the ethanol extraction.
An alternative ethanol extraction-based technique previously used for GFP purification and then modified for diverse FPs originated from different sources is proposed, which is easily scalable for purification of any amount of protein and requires no expensive reagents and equipment. Expand
[Formation of resting cells in microbial suspensions undergoing autolysis].
Under experimentally selected conditions favoring spontaneous or induced autolysis of cell suspensions, the asporogenous bacteria Escherichia coli and Methylococcus capsulatus, the bacilli Bacillus cereus, and the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae were shown to be capable of forming cystlike resting cells. Expand