Miriam Pape

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The unicellular green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii adapts to anaerobic or hypoxic conditions by developing a complex fermentative metabolism including the production of molecular hydrogen by [FeFe]-hydrogenase isoform1 (HYDA1). HYDA1 transcript and hydrogenase protein accumulate in the absence of oxygen or copper (Cu). Factors regulating this differential(More)
niatsas, S., Evans, C.A., DeAngelis, M.M., Ingalls, K.A., Nahf, R.W., Horton, L.T., Oskin Anderson, M., Collymore, A.J., Ye, W., Kouyoumijan, V., Zemsteva, I.S., Tam, J., Devine, R., Coutney, D.F., Turner Renaud, M., Nguyen, H., O'Connor, T.J., Fizames, C., Faur6, S., Gyapay, G., Dib, C., Morisette, J.,Orlin, J.B., Birren, B.W., Goodman, N., Weissenbach,(More)
The unicellular green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii adapts to anaerobic or hypoxic conditions by developing a complex fermentative metabolism including the production of molecular hydrogen by [FeFe]-hydrogenase isoform1 (HYDA1). HYDA1 transcript and hydrogenase protein accumulate in the absence of oxygen or copper (Cu). Factors regulating this differential(More)
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