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Possible mechanisms behind the light-induced wilting of dark-germinated pea (Pisum sativum L.) epicotyls were studied. Illumination with photosynthetically active radiation caused a fast turgor loss and wilting in the middle segments of the epicotyls accompanied by accumulation of water in the intercellular cavities. During this process, room temperature(More)
The capture of mycoplasmas (M. hominis, M. buccale, M. fermentans, M. bovis, M. synoviae, M. gallisepticum and M. arthritidis) based on lipid structures and adhesion molecules present in the mycoplasmal membrane was tested using different chromatographic resins (ActiClean Etox, ClarEtox, Heparin-Actigel, Sulfated Hiflow and SulfEtox). All of the resins(More)
The most common form of non-syndromic autosomal recessive deafness (NSRD) is caused by mutations in the gene GJB2, encoding the protein connexin 26 (Cx26). The mutation c.35delG is found in 30-70% of Caucasian NSRD cases, and is abundant (allele frequency of 0.5-2%) in several European populations, while c.167delT is found in the Ashkenazi Jewish population(More)
Increasing use of Mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) live vaccines has led to a need for the differentiation of MG strains. The MG strains MK-7, MS-16, S6, FS-9 and R strains and the MG live vaccine strain F were compared by random amplification of polymorphic DNA (RAPD) in this study. Using RAPD, different patterns were found among the MG strains. In addition(More)
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