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Genetic effects of amino acids after chlorination.
- R. Süssmuth
- Biology, MedicineMutation research
- 1 August 1982
Mechanism of mutagenesis by N‐methyl‐N′‐nitro‐N‐nitroso‐guanidine (MNNG) V. Methylation of DNA by N‐trideuteriomethyl‐N′‐nitro‐N‐nitroso‐guanidine (D3‐MNNG)
Interaction between poly-3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyvalerate and a denitrifying Pseudomonas strain.
- J. Biedermann, A. Owen, K. Schloe, F. Gassner, R. Süssmuth
- Biology, Materials ScienceCanadian journal of microbiology
- 1 June 1997
Maybe influences of physical and chemical properties of commercially produced P(HB-co-HV) (Biopol) on biofilm formation and metabolic activity of a denitrifying starter culture were investigated to indicate the polymers' suitability for the application as the matrix substance in the bioreactor.
Magnetotactic Bacteria from Freshwater
Four species of magnetotactic bacteria have been detected in alkaline waters with pH 7.4-8.7 and each showed different patterns of movement, including two various types of magnetosomes, a chain-like arrangement and a scattered distributional pattern.
Weak Light Emission from Bacteria and Their Interaction with Culture Media
A sudden decrease of the light emission of a wide variety of bacterial cultures, that occurs at, in general, low cell densities of about 107 cells/ml is observed.
The mode of action of N-methyl-N'-nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine in mutagenesis. VII. The transfer of the methyl group of N-methyl-N'-nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine.
Chloramphenicol resistance of three different flavobacteria.
The chloramphenicol resistance of some flavobacteria was investigated comparatively and the mechanisms of resistance, CM-acetylation,CM-degradation and limited uptake are discussed.
The chloramphenicol resistance of a chloramphenicol‐degrading soil bacterium
Conversion of chloramphenicol degradation products by tyrosine aminotransferase from Flavobacteria.
- H. G. Beschle, R. Süssmuth, F. Lingens
- Biology, ChemistryHoppe-Seyler's Zeitschrift fur physiologische…
- 1 April 1982
The tyrosine aminotransferase of Flavobacterium strain CB 60, strain CB 6 and F. devorans r is able to deaminate oxidatively p-aminophenylalanine and the intermediate products of chloramphenicol degradation p-nitrophenylserine and p-aminsophenyl serine.