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Biosorption of Acid Black 172 and Congo Red from aqueous solution by nonviable Penicillium YW 01: kinetic study, equilibrium isotherm and artificial neural network modeling.
The main objective of this work was to investigate the biosorption performance of nonviable Penicillium YW 01 biomass for removal of Acid Black 172 metal-complex dye (AB) and Congo Red (CR) inExpand
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Competitive biosorption of Acid Blue 25 and Acid Red 337 onto unmodified and CDAB-modified biomass of Aspergillus oryzae.
The performance of unmodified and cetyldimethylethyl ammonium bromide (CDAB) modified nonviable Aspergillus oryzae for removal of Acid Blue 25 (AB 25) and Acid Red 337 (AR 337) was investigated inExpand
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Corn fiber oil and sitostanol decrease cholesterol absorption independently of intestinal sterol transporters in hamsters.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to investigate the cholesterol-lowering mechanisms of corn fiber oil (CFO), ferulate phytostanyl esters (FPEs) and parent compounds of FPE, including sitostanolExpand
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Purification and characterization of a thermostable uricase from Microbacterium sp. strain ZZJ4-1
In order to study the properties of a thermostable uricase produced by Microbacterium sp. strain ZZJ4-1, the enzyme was purified by ammonium sulfate precipitation and DEAE-cellulose ion exchange,Expand
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Study on the creatinase from Paracoccus sp. strain WB1
Abstract A creatinase-producing bacterium was isolated in this work. Based on its morphological and physiological characteristics, G + C mol% of DNA and 16S rDNA sequence, it was identified to be aExpand
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Effects of different phytosterol analogs on colonic mucosal cell proliferation in hamsters.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of different phytosterols and their analogs on colonic mucosal cell proliferation in hamsters. METHOD Hamsters (n=70) were randomlyExpand
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Optimization of culture conditions for production of cis-epoxysuccinic acid hydrolase using response surface methodology.
  • Xia Li, T. Xu, +5 authors Y. Ma
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Bioresource technology
  • 1 September 2008
Response surface methodology, which allows for rapid identification of important factors and optimization of them to enhance enzyme production, was employed here to optimize culture conditions forExpand
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Biosorption of Acid Blue 25 by unmodified and CPC-modified biomass of Penicillium YW01: kinetic study, equilibrium isotherm and FTIR analysis.
The main objective of this work was to investigate the biosorption performance of unmodified and Cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC)-modified biomass of Penicillium YW 01 for Acid Blue 25 (AB 25). MaximumExpand
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Isolation and characterization of a new bacterium capable of biotransforming cis -epoxysuccinic acid to D(-) -tartaric acid.
  • Xia Li, X. Ma, +4 authors W. Zhao
  • Biology, Medicine
  • FEMS microbiology letters
  • 1 February 2007
A bacterial strain 1-3 capable of enantioselectively hydrolyzing cis-epoxysuccinic acid to D(-)-tartaric acid was isolated from soil. Phenotypic characteristics, Biolog GN test and phylogeneticExpand
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Effects of a water-soluble phytostanol ester on plasma cholesterol levels and red blood cell fragility in hamsters
The aim of this study was to assess the efficacy of a novel water-soluble phytostanol anolog, disodium ascorbyl phytostanyl phosphate (DAPP), on plasma lipid levels and red blood cell fragility inExpand
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