Larisa I. Glatman

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Sensory and microbiological characteristics of Asian sea bass (Lates calcarifer) fish raised in a freshwater pond were evaluated during cold storage for 33 days. Whole fish (averaging 400 g each) were stored in a cold storage room at 0 to 2 degrees C. Essential oils of herbs--thyme (Thymus vulgaris) and oregano (Origanum vulgare)--added at 0.05% (vol/vol)(More)
The activity, temperature characteristics and energy of activation of amylolytic enzymes in the intestinal mucosa were studied in six species of fish living in a boreal zone [burbot (Lota lota L.), northern pike (Exos lucius L.), perch (Perca fluviatilis L.), bream (Abramis brama L.), roach (Rutilis rutilis L.), and carp (Cyprinus carpio L.)] and in three(More)
The restriction endonucleases Eco1831I and EcoHI cleave before the first 5'-cytosine in the recognition sequence 5'-decreases CCSGG--3'/3'--GGSCC increases-5' (where S = G or C), generate 5-base 5' cohesive ends, and are encoded by homologous plasmids that are restricted in McrA+ hosts. Thus, they differ in their cleavage specificity from that of the BcnI(More)
Sensory and microbiological characteristics of pond-raised freshwater silver perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) fish, during cold storage over a period of 25 days were evaluated. Whole fish (averaging 400 g each) were stored in cold storage rooms at either 0 to 2 degrees C, 5 degrees C, or 5 degrees C + potassium sorbate as a preservative. The organoleptic and(More)
The purpose of the present study was to determine the effect of ozone pretreatment of live fish on their shelf life and storage characteristics during storage at 0 and 5 degrees C. The evaluation included sensory, chemical, physical, and bacteriological tests at set intervals throughout a storage period of 30 days under two temperature regimes (0 and 5(More)
Three kinds of boreal zone fish were investigated for gastrointestinal glycyl-L-leucine (GL) dipeptide cleaving activity as a function of feeding stage and seasonal changes. The enzyme activity tested in the perch (Perca fluviatilis L.) intestine increased steadily during digestion and rapidly disappeared after completion. The temperature characteristics(More)
Elastase isolated from P. aeruginosa clinical strain hydrolyzes elastin, casein, hemoglobin, ovalbumin, gelatin, fibrin, collagen. The optimum pH ensuring the activity of the enzyme is 7.8-8.0. Elastase shows maximum stability at pH 6.6-9.0. Heating at 80 degrees C for 10 minutes results in its practically complete inactivation. Elastase is a highly(More)
When E. coli cells carrying the plasmid pLG13 (coding for the newly discovered type II restriction endonuclease EcoRV) are infected with phage T3 or T7, only T7 is able to replicate normally. T3 wild-type as well as its ocr − mutants are subject to DNA restriction in vivo and in vitro. The EcoRV enzyme cuts T3 DNA at 5 sites. T7 and its ocr − mutants have(More)
The experiment "Cytos-2" made it possible to reveal a certain increase in the antibiotic resistance of bacteria constituting the opportunistic pathogenic microflora of man (Staphylococcus, Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa) to oxacillin, erythromycin, colistin and kanamycin under the conditions of space flight. The electron-microscopic study of(More)