Nataša Pollak

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The study presented in this article investigated the influence of different Cr(III) and Cr(VI) compounds in the cultivation medium on the uptake and localization of chromium in the cell structure of the yeast Candida intermedia. The morphology of the yeast cell surface was observed by the scanning electron microscopy. Results demonstrated that the growth(More)
Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) were discovered in 44 cDNA clones from leaves by comparison of the commercial cultivar ‘Mona Lisa‘ with a wild population of Anemone coronaria L. One hundred and fifty five SNPs were discovered with an average frequency of one SNP per 167 bp. Forty nine percent of the SNPs are transitions, 43 are transversions, 26 are(More)
Pyranine (8-hydroxy pyrene-1,3,6-trisulfonate) is a commonly used photoacid that discharges a proton when excited to its first electronic singlet state. Follow-up of its dissociation kinetics reveals the physicochemical properties of its most immediate environment. At vanishing ionic strength the dye adsorbs to the Escherichia coli lactose permease with(More)
Cyclic processes, in particular the cell cycle, are of great importance in cell biology. Continued improvement in cell population analysis methods like fluorescence microscopy, flow cytometry, CyTOF or single-cell omics made mathematical methods based on ergodic principles a powerful tool in studying these processes. In this paper, we establish the(More)
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