[Detection of intracellular reactive oxygen species by flow cytometry in Pichia pastoris fermentation].

Abstract

In Pichia pastoris fermentation, methanol was oxidized into carbon oxide and produced a byproduct H2 O2, one of the partially reduced forms of molecular oxygen known as reactive oxygen species (ROS) . ROS are highly damaging towards cellular constituents. Flow cytometry (FCM) is an excellent method that permits the rapid, optical analysis of individual… (More)

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