V N Shcherbakova

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A detailed study of kinetic peculiarities of the L-aspartate-ammonium-lyase reaction catalyzed by free and immobilized E. coli 85 cells incorporated into polyacrylamide gel, has been carried out. The effects of different types of bacterial cell "activation", substrate concentration and temperature on the reaction rate have been investigated. It was shown(More)
The conditions for cultivation of E. coli 85 on a glucose-mineral medium with a yeast extract were optimized. The cells obtained had a high aspartate ammonia-lyase activity. The aspartase activity was determined kinetically both by consumption of the substrate, ammonium fumarate, and by accumulation of the product, aspartic acid.
Conditions were determined for preparation of spheroplasts from E. coli under the action of lysozyme in the presence of EDTA. The preparation took from 10 to 15 min. The degree of conversion to spheroplasts was monitored spectrophotometrically at 660 nm. The spheroplasts formed were unstable in Tris-HCl buffer and immediately lysed, but they were more(More)
The effects of temperature (45--55 degrees) and duration of thermal treatment on the L-aspartase activity of free and immobilized on polyacrylamide gel cells of E. coli, strain 85 were studied. It was found that preliminary thermal treatment of the cells at 50 degrees for 40--60 min is optimal for a high aspartase activity. Within the temperature interval(More)
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