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Effect of various external factors on the fermentative production of hydrogen gas from glucose by Clostridium butyricum strains in batch culture
Summary The fermentation of glucose by Clostridium butyricum strains NCTC 7423, IFO 3315t1, 3847, 3858 and IAM 19001 was investigated in batch cultures at the defined pH values of 5.5, 6, 7, 7.5 orExpand
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Relation between pH, Hydrogenase and Nitrogenase Activity, NH+4 Concentration and Hydrogen Production in Cultures of Rhodobacter Sulfidophilus
SUMMARY: Rhodobacter sulfidophilus, a sulphide-tolerant, salt-tolerant member of the Rhodospirillaceae, was shown to produce molecular hydrogen on a mineral medium with lactate as electron donor andExpand
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An alternative real‐time PCR method to detect the Bacillus cereus group in naturally contaminated food gelatine: a comparison study
Aims:  Comparison of an internally controlled real‐time PCR assay with the standard plate‐based assay (ISO 21871) for the detection of Bacillus cereus group cells in gelatine.
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In-hospital source of airborne Penicillium species spores.
Between 16 July and 1 October 1984, prospectively monitored corridor air samples from a bone marrow transplant station revealed a marked increase in airborne thermotolerant Penicillium spores.Expand
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Hydrogen gas production from formate and glucose by different members of the Enterobacteriaceae
SummaryEighteen strains belonging to the Enterobacteriaceae were tested for quantitative H2 gas production from formate and glucose under anaerobic conditions. Within 48 h the converted formate wasExpand
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Photoproduction of Molecular Hydrogen by Rhodobacter sulfidophilus
Summary Light-dependent anaerobic hydrogen production by the marine photosynthetic organism Rhodobacter sulfidophilus was investigated and demonstrated with DL-malate, DL-lactate, acetate or butyrateExpand
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The effect of temperature and light intensity on hydrogen gas production by different Rhodopseudomonas capsulata strains
SummarySix strains of Rhodopseudomonas capsulata were tested for their ability for anaerobic light-dependent hydrogen gas production from acetate in different incubation temperatures and lightExpand
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The effect of the H2 partial pressure on the metabolite pattern ofLactobacillus casei, Escherichia coli andClostridium butyricum
SummaryThe metabolite pattern of batch cultures ofLactobacilluscasei LMG 6400,Clostridiumbutyricum LMG 1213t1 andEscherichiacoli LMG 2093 was effected only for the latter organism when the H2 partialExpand
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Comparative study on H2 evolution from DL-lactate, acetate and butyrate by different strains of Rhodopseudomonascapsulata in a new type of reactor
SummaryNine strains of Rhodopseudomonas capsulata were tested for anaerobic light-dependent H2 production from three different H-donors: DL-lactate, acetate and butyrate. The average H2 conversionExpand
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