Kalyanee Paithoonrangsarid

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The alteration of the degree of unsaturated fatty acids in membrane lipids has been shown to be a key mechanism in the tolerance to temperature stress of living organisms. The step that most(More)
In previous studies, we characterized five histidine kinases (Hiks) and the cognate response regulators (Rres) that control the expression of approximately 70% of the hyperosmotic stress-inducible(More)
In cyanobacteria, the elevation of unsaturated fatty acid levels in membrane lipids has been shown to play a major role in the response to temperature change. The cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis(More)
In nature, several abiotic stresses occur simultaneously, leading to retarded growth and biochemical changes in microalgae, including the commercial cyanobacterium, Arthrospira platensis. To gain(More)
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