Richard B. Bailey

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The increasing demands placed on natural resources for fuel and food production require that we explore the use of efficient, sustainable feedstocks such as brown macroalgae. The full potential of brown macroalgae as feedstocks for commercial-scale fuel ethanol production, however, requires extensive re-engineering of the alginate and mannitol catabolic(More)
A new mutation has been described which confers resistance to catabolite repression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The mutant allele, termed grr-1 for glucose repression-resistant, is characterized by insensitivity to glucose repression for the cytoplasmic enzymes invertase, maltase, and galactokinase, as well as the mitochondrial enzyme cytochrome c oxidase.(More)
The growth and development of Semliki Forest virus (SFV), an arbovirus of serological group A, in HEp-2 cells in tissue culture was examined by various techniques at frequent intervals. Infectivity and fluorescent-antibody studies demonstrated the presence of infective virus and viral antigens within the cells at 8 hr after infection. The antigen was(More)
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