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Actinomycin D: Renewed RNA Synthesis after Removal from Mammalian Cells
A broad range of RNA sizes was made after removal of drug, but cytoplasmic and nucleolar sedimentation profiles were abnormal for at least 20 hours.
Lipid Composition of a Thermotolerant Yeast, Hansenula polymorpha
- S. C. Wijeyaratne, K. Ohta, S. Chavanich, Veravudh Mahamontri, N. Nilubol, S. Hayashida
- 1 April 1986
A thermotolerant yeast, Hansenula polymorpha CK-1, which had an optimum growth temperature of 40°C, was isolated from bagasse. The fatty acid composition of the yeast grown at 40°C was characterized…
Production and Characterization of Thermostable Xylanase from Talaromyces byssochlamydoides YH-50
Strain YH-50 from a thermophilic fungus isolated from compost heaps produced the highest amount of thermostable xylanase among 180 isolates tested. This xylanase-producing strain YH-50 was identified…
Comparative molecular weight estimates of measles and subacute sclerosing panencephalitis virus structural polypeptides by simultaneous electrophoresis in acrylamide gel slabs.
- A. Schluederberg, S. Chavanich, M. Lipman, C. Carter
- Chemistry, MedicineBiochemical and biophysical research…
- 4 June 1974
Summary Structural polypeptides of a measles virus strain isolated from a case of subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE) were compared with those of the Edmonston strain by electrophoresis in…
Purification and Properties of Thermostable Xylanase from Talaromyces byssochlamydoides YH-50
Thermostable xylanase from Talaromyces byssochlamydoides YH-50 was fractionated into three components, tentatively named X-a, X-b-I and X-b-II during the purification steps. X-a, X-b-I and X-b-II…
The role of the nucleus in measles virus replication
New data are presented which provide additional evidence that this drug may inhibit viral replication by a direct effect on genome synthesis and the results of virus growth in cells exposed to cordycepin orα-amanitin are reported.
Changes in the Population of a Wide Host Range Actinophage Isolated from Thai Soil and Host Streptomycetes in Thai and Japanese Soil
The fate of actinophage Yok-15 isolated from Thai soil, and of its host bacteria, Streptomyces sp.
Antibody Against Actinophages Isolated from Soil in Thailand
From host range determination in a variety of phages, phage Roi-1 was selected to serve as an antigen for immunization in rabbits and revealed that phage Nsaw-30 gave a high degree of relatedness to phage Rooney-1.
Characterization of some tropical microorganisms utilized in biomass conversion
- S. Chavanich
- Environmental Science