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Aspergillus niger secretes three glycosylated glycosyl hydrolases which are involved in degradation of the plant cell wall polysaccharide L-arabinan: alpha-L-arabinofuranosidases (ABF) A and B, and endo-1,5-alpha-L-arabinase (ABN) A. The nucleotide sequence of the previously cloned gene encoding ABF A (abfA) from A. niger was determined. The coding region(More)
Aspergillus nidulans wild-type and the extreme carbon catabolite derepressed mutant creAd-30 were characterized with respect to enzyme activities, metabolite concentrations and polyol pools all related to glycolysis, after growth on D-glucose. In the creAd-30 strain the enzymes hexokinase and fructose-6-phosphate reductase showed a two- and threefold(More)
Using L-arabitol as an inducer, simple induction conditions were established that resulted in high-level expression of alpha-L-arabinofuranosidase A by an Aspergillus niger D-xylulose kinase mutant strain. These conditions were adapted to construct a cDNA expression library from which an alpha-L-arabinofuranosidase A cDNA clone was isolated using specific(More)
UNLABELLED CRPS is an acute pain disease expressed as chronic pain with a severe loss of tissue and function. CRPS usually occurs after minor injuries and then progresses in a way that is scarcely controllable, or completely uncontrollable. This article addresses the functional control mechanism of a biological organism, a comparison of techniques, and the(More)
A biological complex organism is involuntarily guided from all sides by measure and regulation systems. The human being is such a complex organism. Many cyclical processes are simultaneously at work, making it unclear how and why which process takes place at which moment. Noticeable examples are the 28-day menstrual cycle and the 40-week pregnancy. The time(More)
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