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JOURNAL FORMAT
7.6. Nitrogen Transport and Metabolism
Amino acid catabolism by an areA-regulated gene
encoding an L-amino acid oxidase with broad
substrate specificity in Aspergillus nidulans
Davis M.A., Askin M.C., Hynes M.J.; Appl.
Environ. Microbiol. 71/7 (3551-3555), 2005 [M.A.
Davis, Department of Genetics, University of
Melbourne, Parkville, Vic. 3010, Australia]
8505
New insights into regulation of the tryptophan
biosynthetic operon in Gram-positive bacteria
Gutierrez-Preciado A., Jensen R.A., Yanofsky C.,
Merino E.; Trends Genet. 21/8 (432-436), 2005 [E.
Merino, Department of Molecular Microbiology,
Instituto de Biotecnologia, Universidad Nacional
Autonoma de Mexico, Cuernavaca, Morelos 62271,
Mexico]
8506
De novo alanine synthesis by bacteroids of
Mesorhizobium loti is not required for nitrogen
transfer in the determinate nodules of Lotus
corniculatus
Kumar S., Bourdès A., Poole P.; J. Bacteriol. 187/15
(5493-5495), 2005 [P. Poole, School of Animal and
Microbial Sciences, University of Reading,
Whiteknights, Reading RG6 6AJ, United Kingdom]
8507
At the end of each section a list of relevant cross-references is given
See also:
Over-production of the major exoglucanase of Saccharomyces cerevisiae leads to an increase in the aroma of wine – 8318
The stringent response is required for amino acid and nitrate utilization, nod factor regulation, nodulation, and nitrogen fixation in
Rhizobium etli – 8502
Nitrogen metabolism of Aspergillus and its role in pathogenicity – 8537
Thiol specific oxidative stress response in Mycobacteria – 8550
Section
Author(s), Abbreviated Journal Title,
Bibliographic Details, and
[corresponding author and address]
Item number
Title of article
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JOURNAL INDEX
The following is a list of journals from which the titles contained in this issue were taken.
Acta Ecol.Sin.
25/10 2005
Adv.Drug Deliv.Rev.
57/12 2005
Agric.For.Entomol.
7/3 2005
Am.J.Resp.Cell Mol.
Biol.
33/5 2005
Anal.Biochem.
344/1 2005
347/1 2005
Analyst
130/11 2005
Angew.Chem.Int.Ed.
44/43 2005
Anim.Reprod.Sci.
90/3-4 2005
Ann.Agri Bio Res.
10/2 2005
Ann.App.Biol.
144/3 2004
145/1 2004
145/2 2004
145/3 2004
Antiviral Res.
68/3 2005
Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek
Int.J.Gen.Mol.
Microbiol.
88/3-4 2005
Appl.Ecol.Environ.Res.
3/2 2005
Aquatic Microb.Ecol.
40/3 2005
Arch.Microbiol.
184/1 2005
184/3 2005
184/4 2005
Arch.Phytopathol.Plant
Prot.
38/1 2005
38/2 2005
Arch.Virol.
150/12 2005
Asia Pac.J.Environ.Law
8/3-4 2004
Aust.J.Bot.
53/6 2005
Avian Pathol.
34/1 2005
Biochem.Biophys.Res.
Commun.
338/4 2005
Biochem.Soc.Trans.
33/5 2005
Biochemistry
44/45 2005
Biochim.Biophys.Acta
Biomembr.
1717/2 2005
Biochim.Biophys.Acta
Proteins Proteomics
1753/2 2005
Biochimie
87/12 2005
88/1 2006
BioControl
50/6 2005
Biogeochemistry
75/2 2005
75/3 2005
76/1 2005
76/2 2005
Biol.Bull.
209/2 2005
Biol.Control
35/3 SPEC.ISS.2005
Biologist
52/5 2005
Biomed.Pharmacother.
59/9 2005
Bioorg.Med.Chem.Lett.
16/1 2006
Bioprocess Biosyst.Eng.
28/3 2005
Bioresour.Technol.
96/8 2005
Biosyst.Eng.
92/4 2005
Biotechnol.Bioeng.
92/1 2005
92/2 2005
92/3 2005
Biotechnol.Bioprocess Eng.
10/5 2005
Br.J.Nutr.
94/5 2005
Can.J.Microbiol.
51/5 2005
51/6 2005
Cell Biol.Int.
29/11 2005
Chem.Biodiversity
2/10 2005
ChemBioChem
6/11 2005
Chemosphere
61/10 2005
61/9 2005
Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.
11/5 2005
Chromatographia
62/9-10 2005
Circulation
112/19 2005
Clin.Biochem.
38/11 2005
Clin.Infect.Dis.
41/10 2005
Comp.Biochem.Physiol.C
Toxicol.Pharmacol.
141/4 2005
Comp.Med.
55/2 2005
Cont.Shelf Res.
25/18 2005
Curr.Biol.
15/22 2005
Curr.Genet.
48/3 2005
Curr.Microbiol.
51/5 2005
Curr.Opin.Biotechnol.
16/6 2005
Curr.Opin.Gastroenterol.
21/6 2005
Curr.Opin.Infect.Dis.
18/6 2005
Deep-Sea Res.Part II Top.
Stud.Oceanogr.
52/19-21 SPEC.ISS.2005
52/22-23 2005
DNA Sequence J.DNA
Sequencing Mapp.
16/2 2005
16/4 2005
Domest.Anim.Endocrinol.
30/1 2006
Ecol.Entomol.
30/4 2005
Ecol.Model.
189/3-4 2005
Environ.Forensics
6/2 2005
Environ.Sci.Pollut.Res.
12/6 2005
Environ.Sci.Technol.
39/21 2005
39/22 2005
Enzyme Microb.Technol.
38/1-2 2006
Eukaryotic Cell
4/11 2005
Eur.J.Clin.Microbiol.
Infect.Dis.
24/10 2005
Eur.J.Plant Pathol.
113/1 2005
FEBS Lett.
579/28 2005
579/29 2005
Feddes Repert.
116/5-6 2005
FEMS Microbiol.Lett.
253/1 2005
253/2 2005
FEMS Yeast Res.
5/12 2005
Fish Shellfish Immunol.
20/4 2006
Food Agric.Immunol.
16/3 2005
For.Genet.
12/1 2005
For.Pathol.
35/4 2005
Free Radic.Res.
39/11 2005
Freshw.Biol.
50/8 2005
Fungal Genet.Biol.
42/12 2005
Gene
363/1-2 2005
Hum.Gene Ther.
16/11 2005
In Vivo
19/6 2005
Indian J.Biotechnol.
4/4 2005
Infect.Immun.
73/11 2005
Int.Dairy J.
16/2 2006
16/3 2006
Int.J.Antimicrob.Agents
26/6 2005
Int.J.Biochem.Cell Biol.
38/2 2006
Int.J.Dairy Technol.
58/4 2005
Int.J.Environ.Health Res.
15/5 2005
Int.J.Food Microbiol.
105/2 2005
Int.J.Food Sci.Nutr.
56/5 2005
Int.J.Syst.Evol.Microbiol.
55/6 2005
Int.J.Water
2/4 2004
J.Acquired Immune Defic.
Syndr.
40/5 2005
J.Am.Soc.Hortic.Sci.
130/6 2005
J.Antimicrob.Chemother.
56/5 2005
J.Arid Environ.
64/2 2006
J.Bacteriol.
187/22 2005
187/23 2005
J.Biol.Chem.
280/43 2005
280/44 2005
280/45 2005
J.Biol.Rhythms
20/6 2005
J.Biotechnol.
120/4 2005
J.Cell Sci.
118/21 2005
J.Chem.Technol.
Biotechnol.
80/11 2005
J.Chromatogr.A
1097/1-2 2005
J.Chromatogr.B Anal.
Technol.Biomed.Life
Sci.
819/1 2005
J.Clin.Microbiol.
43/11 2005
J.Contam.Hydrol.
81/1-4 2005
J.Electron Microsc.
54/4 2005
J.Eukaryotic Microbiol.
52/1 2005
J.Exp.Mar.Biol.Ecol.
327/2 2005
J.Fish Dis.
28/7 2005
J.Food Protection
68/11 2005
J.Food Saf.
25/3 2005
J.Gen.Appl.Microbiol.
51/4 2005
J.Microbiol.Biotechnol.
15/5 2005
J.Microbiol.Methods
63/3 2005
J.Mol.Evol.
61/5 2005
J.Mol.Microbiol.
Biotechnol.
9/2 2005
J.Mol.Recogn.
18/6 2005
J.Nat.Prod.
68/10 2005
J.Occup.Environ.Hyg.
2/11 2005
J.Photochem.Photobiol.C
Photochem.Rev.
6/2-3 2005
J.Vet.Med.Ser.B Infect.
Dis.Vet.Public Health
52/5 2005
J.Virol.Methods
130/1-2 2005
J.Xi’An Jiaotong Univ.
Med.Sci.
26/5 2005
Life Sci.
78/5 2005
Limnol.Oceanogr.
50/6 2005
Mar.Biol.
148/1 2005
Mar.Biol.Res.
1/2 2005
1/4 2005
Mar.Ecol.Prog.Ser.
301/- 2005
Mar.Freshw.Res.
56/8 2005
Mar.Pollut.Bull.
50/11 2005
51/8-12 2005
Microb.Ecol.Health Dis.
17/2 2005
Microb.Pathog.
39/5-6 2005
Microbiology
151/11 2005
Minerva Biotecnol.
17/3 2005
Mol.Biochem.Parasitol.
145/1 2006
Mol.Ecol.
14/9 2005
Mol.Genet.Genomics
274/4 2005
Mol.Immunol.
43/4 2006
Mol.Microbiol.
58/4 2005
Mol.Plant Pathol.
6/4 2005
Mol.Plant-Microbe Interact.
18/12 2005
Mutat.Res.Fundam.Mol.
Mech.Mutagen.
591/1-2 2005
Mycol.Res.
109/12 2005
Mycorrhiza
15/8 2005
16/1 2005
Mycoses
48/5 2005
Nat.Rev.Microbiol.
3/11 2005
Nature
437/7057 2005
437/7058 2005
438/7064 2005
New Phytol.
167/2 2005
Nitric Oxide Biol.Chem.
13/4 2005
Pedobiologia
49/6 2005
Peptides
26/12 2005
Period.Biol.
107/3 2005
Phycologia
44/6 2005
Physiol.Mol.Plant.Pathol.
66/5 2005
Phytochemistry
66/22 2005
Phytopathology
95/12 2005
Plant Biotechnol.J.
3/2 2005
Plant Cell
17/1 2005
17/8 2005
Plant Cell Physiol.
46/10 2005
Plant Cell Rep.
24/10 2005
Plant J.
43/3 2005
Plant Pathol.
54/4 2005
Plant Soil
275/1-2 2005
Planta
222/5 2005
Planta Med.
71/10 2005
Prep.Biochem.Biotechnol.
35/4 2005
Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.U.S.
A.
102/47 2005
Process Biochem.
40/10 2005
Prog.Lipid Res.
44/6 2005
Protein Eng.Des.Sel.
18/12 2005
iv
Protein Sci.
14/11 2005
Rapid Commun.Mass
Spectrom.
19/23 2005
Rev.Latinoam.Microbiol.
47/1-2 2005
Scand.J.For.Res.
20/5 2005
Small Fruits Rev.
4/3 2005
Soil Sci.Soc.Am.J.
69/6 2005
Theor.Appl.Genet.
111/7 2005
111/8 2005
Toxicol.Environ.Chem.
87/2 2005
Trends Biochem.Sci.
30/12 2005
Trends Biotechnol.
23/12 2005
Trends Microbiol.
13/12 2005
Vet.Immunol.
Immunopathol.
105/1-2 2005
Vet.Microbiol.
111/1-2 2005
Virology
343/2 2005
Virus Res.
114/1-2 2005
Vox Sang.
89/4 2005
Water Res.
39/19 2005
Yeast
22/13 2005
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APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND
BIOTECHNOLOGY
1.BIOTECHNOLOGY - TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES
1.1.General Applications of Biotechnology
The role of high-throughput transcriptome analysis in metabolic
engineering
Jewett M.C.,Oliveira A.P.,Patil K.R.,Nielsen J.;Biotechnol.
Bioprocess Eng.10/5 (385-399),2005 [J.Nielsen,Center for
Microbial Biotechnology,BioCentrum- DTU,Technical University
of Denmark,Søltofts Plads,Building 223,DK- 2800 Kgs.Lyngby,
Denmark]
916
Applications of metabolic modeling to drive bioprocess development
for the production of value-added chemicals
Mahadevan R.,Burgard A.P.,Famili I.,et al.;Biotechnol.
Bioprocess Eng.10/5 (408-417),2005 [C.H.Schilling,Genomatica
Inc.,5405 Morehouse Drive,San Diego,CA 92130,United States]
917
The role of biotechnology in art preservation Ramrez J.L.,Santana M.A.,Galindo- Castro I.,Gonzalez A.;
Trends Biotechnol.23/12 (584-588),2005 [J.L.Ramrez,Centro de
Biotecnologa,Instituto de Estudios Avanzados,MCT,Carretera
Nacional Hoyo de la Puerta,Caracas,Venezuela]
918
Development and application of proteomics technologies in
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Kolkman A.,Slijper M.,Heck A.J.R.;Trends Biotechnol.23/12
(598-604),2005 [A.Kolkman,Department of Biomolecular Mass
Spectrometry,Bijvoet Center for Biomolecular Research and
Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences,Utrecht University,
Sorbonnelaan 16,3584CA Utrecht,Netherlands]
919
See also:
Non-biodegradable biopolymers from renewable resources:Perspectives and impacts – 1040
Prospects for genetically modified crops – 1115
Application of an electric DNA-chip for the expression analysis of bioprocess-relevant marker genes of Bacillus subtilis – 1756
1.2.Implications of Biotechnology
Public perception of cloning and embryonic stemcells Turnpenny L.;Biologist 52/5 (310-312),2005 920
Biotechnology regulation:GMOs,agriculture,science and the
environment
Kemp D.R.;Asia Pac.J.Environ.Law 8/3-4 (7-27),2004 [Prof.
D.R.Kemp,Department of Farming Systems,Charles Sturt
University,Wagga Wagga,NSW,Australia]
921
A critique of the Australian Gene Technology Act and its
implementation
Tager J.,Phelps B.;Asia Pac.J.Environ.Law 8/3-4 (97-110),
2004 [J.Tager,Greenpeace Australia Pacific,Sydney,NSW,
Australia]
922
Sustainability,regulatory dilemmas and GMOs:The US and the EU
compared
Lyster R.;Asia Pac.J.Environ.Law 8/3-4 (111-139),2004 [R.
Lyster,Faculty of Law,The University of Sydney,Sydney,NSW,
Australia]
923
Genetic modification,risk assessment,and Maori belief under New
Zealand’s Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996
Wheen N.R.;Asia Pac.J.Environ.Law 8/3-4 (141-176),2004
[N.R.Wheen,University of Otago,Otago,New Zealand]
924
International trade rules and the implications for biotechnology
regulation
Morgan D.;Asia Pac.J.Environ.Law 8/3-4 (177-208),2004 [D.
Morgan,Department of Politics,University of Melbourne,
Melbourne,Vic.,Australia]
925
White biotechnology:Differences in US and EU approaches?Lorenz P.,Zinke H.;Trends Biotechnol.23/12 (570-574),2005 [H.
Zinke,B.R.A.I.N.Aktiengesellschaft,Darmstaedter Strasse 34- 36,
D- 64673 Zwingenberg,Germany]
926
See also:
First impact of biotechnology in the EU:Bt maize adoption in Spain – 1114
Genetically modified probiotics should be banned – 1519
1.3.Culture Selection and Improvement
Component-based software architecture for biosystem reverse
engineering
Lee D.;Biotechnol.Bioprocess Eng.10/5 (400-407),2005 [D.Lee,
Department of BioSystems,KAIST,Daejeon 373- 1,South Korea]
927
Theoretical analysis of selection-based strain improvement for
microorganisms with growth dependent upon extracytoplasmic
enzymes
Fan Z.,McBride J.E.,Van Zyl W.H.,Lynd L.R.;Biotechnol.
Bioeng.92/1 (35-44),2005 [L.R.Lynd,Chemical and Biochemical
Engineering Program,Thayer School of Engineering,Dartmouth
College,Hanover,NH 03755,United States]
928
Hydrolysis of nitriles and amides by filamentous fungi Kaplan O.,Nikolaou K.,Pi
ˇ
svejcov
´
a A.,Martnkov
´
a L.;Enzyme
Microb.Technol.38/1-2 (260-264),2006 [L.Martnkov
´
a,Institute
of Microbiology,Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic,
Vde
ˇ
nsk
´
a 1083,CZ- 142 20 Prague 4,Czech Republic]
929
See also:
The role of high-throughput transcriptome analysis in metabolic engineering – 916
Ablation of the otcC gene encoding a post-polyketide hydroxylase from the oxytetracyline biosynthetic pathway in Streptomyces rimosus results in novel polyketides with altered
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66 1.BIOTECHNOLOGY- TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES
chain length – 1006
Systemic optimization of microalgae for bioactive compound production – 1015
Discovery and characterization
Characterization and properties of cholesterol desaturases from the
ciliate tetrahymena thermophila
Nusblat A.D.,Mu
˜
noz L.,Valcarce G.A.,Nudel C.B.;J.
Eukaryotic Microbiol.52/1 (61-67),2005 [C.B.Nudel,C
´
atedra de
Biotecnologa y Microbiologa Industrial,Facultad de Farmacia y
Bioqumica,Universidad de Buenos Aires,Junin 956,1113 Buenos
Aires,Argentina]
930
Molecular Cloning and Genetic Analysis of Functional merB Gene
from Indian Isolates of Escherichia coli
Murtaza I.,Dutt A.,Mushtaq D.,Ali A.;Curr.Microbiol.51/5
(297-302),2005 [Dr.I.Murtaza,Division of PHT,S.K University
of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir,Shalimar
Campus,Srinagar,Kashmir,India]
931
Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium by Cell-Free Extract of Bacillus
sphaericus and 303 Isolated from Serpentine Soil
Pal A.,Dutta S.,Paul A.K.;Curr.Microbiol.51/5 (327-330),2005
[A.K.Paul,Microbiology Laboratory,Department of Botany,
University of Calcutta,35 Ballygunge Circular Road,Kolkata 700
019,India]
932
Isolation and characterisation of a Lactobacillus helveticus ITG LH1
peptidase-rich sub-proteome
Manso M.A.,L
´
eonil J.,Piot M.,Gagnaire V.;Int.J.Food
Microbiol.105/2 (119-129),2005 [V.Gagnaire,INRA,UMR
Science et Technologie du Lait et de l’Œuf,65 rue de Saint Brieuc,
35042,Rennes Cedex,France]
933
A survey of glycosidase activities of commercial wine strains of
Oenococcus oeni
Grimaldi A.,Bartowsky E.,Jiranek V.;Int.J.Food Microbiol.
105/2 (233-244),2005 [V.Jiranek,School of Agriculture and Wine,
University of Adelaide,PMB 1,Glen Osmond,SA 5064,Australia]
934
Selection and characterization of a Lactobacillus plantarumstrain
promising as a urogenital probiotic
R
¨
onnqvist D.,Str
¨
omH.,Forsgren- Brusk U.,Hkansson E.G.;
Microb.Ecol.Health Dis.17/2 (75-82),2005 [D.R
¨
onnqvist,
EssumAB,Box 3160,90304 Ume,Sweden]
935
Purification and characterization of a novel exocellular keratinase
from Kocuria rosea
Bernal C.,Cair
´
o J.,Coello N.;Enzyme Microb.Technol.38/1-2
(49-54),2006 [N.Coello,Laboratorio de Procesos Biotecnol
´
ogicos,
Instituto de Biologa Experimental,Universidad Central de
Venezuela,AP 47279,Caracas 1041- A,Venezuela]
936
Influence of strain and cultivation procedure on the performance of
simultaneous saccharification and fermentation of steampretreated
spruce
Alkasrawi M.,Rudolf A.,Lid
´
en G.,Zacchi G.;Enzyme Microb.
Technol.38/1-2 (279-286),2006 [G.Zacchi,Department of
Chemical Engineering,Lund University,Box 124,SE- 221 00
Lund,Sweden]
937
Colony formation and selenium-enriched stability of Spirulina
platensis under seleniumstress (Chin)
Huang Z.,Zheng W.,Yang F.,Guo B.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.
11/5 (542-544),2005 [B.Guo,College of Life Sciences,South
China Normal University,Guangzhou 510631,China]
938
Isolation and identification of strain B2817 with cytotoxic activity in
sponge (Chin)
L
¨
u J.,Huang H.,Cong M.,et al.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.11/5
(588-591),2005 [S.Bao,State Key Laboratory of Biotechnology,
Chinese Academy for Tropical Agriculture Sciences,Haikou
571101,China]
939
Kitasatospora sp.MJM383 strain producing two antitumor agents,
streptonigrin and oxopropaline G
Jin Y.- Y.,Yoon T.- M.,KimW.- K.,et al.;J.Microbiol.
Biotechnol.15/5 (1140-1145),2005 [J.- W.Suh,Institute of
Bioscience and Biotechnology,Department of Biological Science,
Myong Ji University,Yongin 449- 728,South Korea]
940
Biosynthesis pathways for deoxysugars in antibiotic-producing
actinomycetes:Isolation,characterization and generation of novel
glycosylated derivatives
Salas J.A.,M
´
endez C.;J.Mol.Microbiol.Biotechnol.9/2 (77-85),
2005 [J.A.Salas,Departamento de Biologa Funcional,Instituto
Universitario de Oncologa de Asturias (IUOPA),Universidad de
Oviedo,ES- 33006 Oviedo,Spain]
941
Isolation and characterization of new thiamine-deregulated mutants of
bacillus subtilis
Schyns G.,Potot S.,Geng Y.,et al.;J.Bacteriol.187/23
(8127-8136),2005 [G.Schyns,Bldg.203/25A,Wurmisweg 576,
CH- 4303 Kaiseraugst,Switzerland]
942
See also:
Purification,kinetics and spectral characterisation of a new versatile peroxidase from a Bjerkandera sp.isolate – 997
Purification and characterization of a protease extracellularly produced by Monascus purpureus CCRC31499 in a shrimp and crab shell powder medium– 1000
Identification of an aerobic denitrifying bacteriumand its potential application in wastewater treatment – 1034
Study on Staphylococcus aureus Strain HPC-250 for Associated Antibacterial Property – 1216
Probiotic potential of Lactobacillus strains isolated from dairy products – 1520
Isolation of a triazophos-degrading strain Klebsiella sp.E6 effectively utilizing triazophos as sole nitrogen source – 1547
Purification and Characterization of Two Novel Antimicrobial Peptides Subpeptin JM4-A and Subpeptin JM4-B Produced by Bacillus subtilis JM4 – 1678
Recombinant DNA technology
Isolation of the YAP1 homologue of Candida utilis and its use as an
efficient selection marker
Iwakiri R.,Noda Y.,Adachi H.,Yoda K.;Yeast 22/13
(1079-1087),2005 [K.Yoda,Department of Biotechnology,
University of Tokyo,1- 1- 1 Yayoi,Bunkyo- Ku,Tokyo 113- 8657,
Japan]
943
Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation of
Leptosphaeria spp.and Oculimacula spp.with the reef coral gene
DsRed and the jellyfish gene gfp
Eckert M.,Maguire K.,Urban M.,et al.;FEMS Microbiol.Lett.
253/1 (67-74),2005 [K.Hammond- Kosack,Rothamsted Research,
Harpenden,Herts,AL5 2JQ,United Kingdom]
944
© 2006 Elsevier Science B.V.
68 1.BIOTECHNOLOGY- TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES
Breeding techniques
See:
Tuber borchii mycelial protoplasts isolation,characterization and functional delivery of liposome content,a new step towards truffles biotechnology – 964
Strain stability
See:
Stability of autolytic lactococci during starter production and storage in commercial whey-based media – 1504
Fermentor behaviour
See:
Microbial behaviour in a membrane bioreactor with complete sludge retention – 1019
Responses of sludge flocs to shear strength – 1021
1.4.Expression Systems for Foreign Products
Microbial
Baculoviral polyhedrin-Bacillus thuringiensis toxin fusion protein:A
protein-based bio-insecticide expressed in Escherichia coli
Seo J.H.,Yeo J.S.,Cha H.J.;Biotechnol.Bioeng.92/2 (166-172),
2005 [H.J.Cha,Department of Chemical Engineering,Division of
Molecular and Life Sciences,Pohang University of Science and
Technology,Pohang 790- 784,South Korea]
960
Functional expression of an ajmaline pathway-specific esterase from
Rauvolfia in a novel plant-virus expression system
Ruppert M.,Woll J.,Giritch A.,et al.;Planta 222/5 (888-898),
2005 [J.St
¨
ockigt,Department of Pharmaceutical Biology,Institute
of Pharmacy,Johannes Gutenberg- University,Staudinger Weg 5,
55128 Mainz,Germany]
961
Cloning,expression and purification of feline proinsulin Hoenig M.,Caffall Z.F.,McGraw R.A.,Ferguson D.C.;Domest.
Anim.Endocrinol.30/1 (28-37),2006 [M.Hoenig,Department of
Physiology and Pharmacology,College of Veterinary Medicine,
University of Georgia,Athens,GA 30602- 7389,United States]
962
Expression and purification of subtilisin DFE (douchi fibrinolytic
enzyme) gene in Pichia pastoris (Chin)
Zhang R.,Wang H.,Tan N.,et al.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.
11/5 (623-626),2005 [Y.Zhang,Sichuan Key Lab.of Molecular
Biology and Biotechnology,College of Life Sciences,Sichuan
University,Chengdu 610064,China]
963
Tuber borchii mycelial protoplasts isolation,characterization and
functional delivery of liposome content,a new step towards truffles
biotechnology
Poma A.,Colafarina S.,Limongi T.,Pacioni G.;FEMS
Microbiol.Lett.253/2 (331-337),2005 [A.Poma,Department of
Basic and Applied Biology,Faculty of Biotechnology,University of
L’Aquila,Via Vetoio 1,I- 67010 L’Aquila,Italy]
964
See also:
4-Pyridoxolactonase froma symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteriumMesorhizobiumloti:Cloning,expression,and characterization – 953
Flow-cytometric detection of changes in the physiological state of E.coli expressing a heterologous membrane protein during carbon-limited fedbatch cultivation – 971
Scale-up of fermentation and purification of recombinant allophycocyanin over-expressed in Escherichia coli – 994
Recombinant production of human microsomal cytochrome P450 2D6 in the methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris – 1061
Functional coupling between vanillate-O-demethylase and formaldehyde detoxification pathway – 1072
Purification and properties of a xylanase fromCeriporiopsis subvermispora cultivated on Pinus taeda – 1074
Plant cell
Isolation and characterization of a glucose/mannose-specific lectin
with stimulatory effect on nitric oxide production by macrophages
from the emperor banana
Wong J.H.,Ng T.B.;Int.J.Biochem.Cell Biol.38/2 (234-243),
2006 [T.B.Ng,Department of Biochemistry,Faculty of Medicine,
Chinese University of Hong Kong,Shatin,New Territories,Hong
Kong]
965
See also:
Aqueous extraction of maize endosperm:Insights for recombinant protein hosts based on downstreamprocessing – 1103
1.5.Process Design and Equipment
Bioluminescence technology for imaging cell proliferation Momota H.,Holland E.C.;Curr.Opin.Biotechnol.16/6
(681-686),2005 [E.C.Holland,Departments of Cancer Biology and
Genetics,Memorial Sloan- Kettering Cancer Center,1275 York
Avenue,New York,NY 10021,United States]
966
Positioning,displacement,and localization of cells using ultrasonic
forces
Haake A.,Neild A.,Radziwill G.,Dual J.;Biotechnol.Bioeng.
92/1 (8-14),2005 [A.Neild,Center of Mechanics,Swiss Federal
Institute of Technology,Zurich,Switzerland]
967
See also:
Dynamics of single cell property distributions in Chinese hamster ovary cell cultures monitored and controlled with automated flow cytometry – 999
Biosoftening of coir fiber using selected microorganisms – 1042
Biotransformation of R-2-hydroxy-4-phenylbutyric acid by D lactate dehydrogenase and Candida boidinii cells containing formate dehydrogenase coimmobilized in a fibrous bed
bioreactor – 1048
Biochemical engineering
Optimization of mediumconstituents for a novel lipopeptide
production by Bacillus subtilis MO-01 by a response surface
method
Gu X.- B.,Zheng Z.- M.,Yu H.- Q.,et al.;Process Biochem.
40/10 (3196-3201),2005 [R.- L.Liu,College of Life Sciences,
Nankai University,Tianjin 300071,China]
968
© 2006 Elsevier Science B.V.
1.BIOTECHNOLOGY- TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES 69
Bioconversion of methyl-testosterone in a biphasic system Songtao B.,Lianxiang D.,Liming Z.,Fuping L.;Process
Biochem.40/10 (3309-3313),2005 [B.Songtao,Key Laboratory of
Industrial Microbiology,Tianjin University of Science and
Technology,Tianjin 300222,China]
969
Bioencapsulation by compression coating of probiotic bacteria for
their protection in an acidic medium
Chan E.S.,Zhang Z.;Process Biochem.40/10 (3346-3351),2005
[E.S.Chan,Chemical Engineering Programme,School of
Engineering and IT,Universiti Malaysia Sabah,Locked Bag 2073,
88999 Kota Kinabalu,Sabah,Malaysia]
970
Flow-cytometric detection of changes in the physiological state of E.
coli expressing a heterologous membrane protein during
carbon-limited fedbatch cultivation
Looser V.,Hammes F.,Keller M.,et al.;Biotechnol.Bioeng.92/1
(69-78),2005 [T.Egli,Swiss Federal Institute of Environmental
Science and Technology,EAWAG,
¨
Uberlandstrasse 133,CH- 8600
D
¨
ubendorf,Switzerland]
971
Micropatterning proteins on polyhydroxyalkanoate substrates by
using the substrate binding domain as a fusion partner
Park J.P.,Lee K.- B.,Lee S.J.,et al.;Biotechnol.Bioeng.92/2
(160-165),2005 [S.Y.Lee,Metabolic and Biomolecular
Engineering National Research Laboratory,Department of
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering,BioProcess Engineering
Research Center,373- 1 Guseong- dong,Yuseong- gu,Daejeon
305- 701,South Korea]
972
Upgrading of an industrial lignin by using laccase produced by
Fusarium proliferatum and different laccase-mediator systems
Hern
´
andez Fernaud J.R.,Carnicero A.,Perestelo F.,et al.;
Enzyme Microb.Technol.38/1-2 (40-48),2006 [M.A.Falc
´
on,
Departamento de Microbiologa Y Biologa Celular,Facultad de
Farmacia,Universidad de La Laguna,38206 La Laguna,Tenerife,
Spain]
973
The effect of agitation and aeration on the synthesis and molecular
weight of gellan in batch cultures of Sphingomonas paucimobilis
Giavasis I.,Harvey L.M.,McNeil B.;Enzyme Microb.Technol.
38/1-2 (101-108),2006 [B.McNeil,Strathclyde Fermentation
Centre,University of Strathclyde,Department of Bioscience,204
George street,Glasgow G1 1XW,United Kingdom]
974
Use of a UF-membrane reactor for controlling selectively the nitrile
hydratase-amidase systemin Microbacterium imperiale CBS
498-74 resting cells - Case study:Benzonitrile conversion
Cantarella M.,Cantarella L.,Gallifuoco A.,Spera A.;Enzyme
Microb.Technol.38/1-2 (126-134),2006 [M.Cantarella,
Department of Chemistry,Chemical Engineering and Materials,
University of L’Aquila,Monteluco di Roio,67040 L’Aquila,Italy]
975
Continuous enzymatic cellulose hydrolysis in a tubular membrane
bioreactor
B
´
elafi- Bak
´
o K.,Koutinas A.,Nemest
´
othy N.,et al.;Enzyme
Microb.Technol.38/1-2 (155-161),2006 [K.B
´
elafi- Bak
´
o,
Department of Bioengineering,Research Institute of Chemical and
Process Engineering,University of Veszpr
´
em,P.O.Box 125,
Veszprem,8200,Hungary]
976
Cutinase production conditions with Thermobifida fusca (Chin) Bi F.,Shi J.,Li Y.,Chen J.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.11/5
(608-610),2005 [J.Chen,Key Lab.of Industrial Biotechnology,
Ministry of Education,Southern Yangtze University,Wuxi,214036,
Jiangsu,China]
977
Effect of levulinic acid and precursors on synthesis of
5-aminolevulinic acid in Rhodobacter sphaeroides (Chin)
Wang J.,Zhang Z.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.11/5 (611-613),
2005 [Z.Zhang,College of Life Sciences and Technology,Shanxi
University,Taiyuan 030006,China]
978
Statistical approach to development of culture mediumfor
ansamitocin P-3 production with Actinosynnema pretiosumATCC
31565
Bandi S.,KimY.J.,Sa S.O.,Chang Y.- K.;J.Microbiol.
Biotechnol.15/5 (930-937),2005 [Y.- K.Chang,Department of
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering,Korea Advanced Institute
of Science and Technology,373- 1 Guseong- dong,Yuseong- gu,
Daejeon 305- 701,South Korea]
979
The effect of carbon sources on nisin Z biosynthesis in Lactococcus
lactis subsp.lactis A164
Cheigh C.- I.,Lee S.- J.,Pyun Y.- R.,et al.;J.Microbiol.
Biotechnol.15/5 (1152-1157),2005 [H.Park,Division of Applied
Biological Sciences,Sunmoon University,Asan,Chung Nam336-
708,South Korea]
980
See also:
Purification and characterization of a novel exocellular keratinase from Kocuria rosea – 936
Purification and characterization of a protease extracellularly produced by Monascus purpureus CCRC31499 in a shrimp and crab shell powder medium– 1000
Influence of initial pH on hydrogen production fromcheese whey – 1046
Continuous cyclodextrin glucanotransferase production by free and immobilized cells of Bacillus circulans ATCC 21783 in bioreactors – 1057
Effect of fermentation systemon the production and properties of tannase of Aspergillus niger van TieghemMTCC 2425 – 1162
Process monitoring
Combined sulfite method for the measurement of the oxygen transfer
coefficient k
L
a in bioreactors
Puskeiler R.,Weuster- Botz D.;J.Biotechnol.120/4 (430-438),
2005 [R.Puskeiler,Lehrstuhl f
¨
ur Bioverfahrenstechnik,Technische
Universit
¨
at M
¨
unchen,Boltzmannstrasse 15,85748 Garching,
Germany]
981
Development of rapid screening method for low-yielding chitosanase
activity using Remazol Brilliant Blue-chitosan as substrate
Fen L.L.,Md.Illias R.,Kamaruddin K.,et al.;Enzyme Microb.
Technol.38/1-2 (215-219),2006 [O.Hassan,School of Chemical
Sciences and Food Technology,Faculty of Science and Technology,
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia,43600 UKMBangi,Malaysia]
982
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70 1.BIOTECHNOLOGY- TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES
Immobilization of cells
Continuous biotransformation of glycopeptide antibiotic A40926 in a
cascade of three airlift bioreactors using immobilized Actinoplanes
teichomyceticus cells
Jovetic S.,Marinelli F.,Tramper J.;Enzyme Microb.Technol.
38/1-2 (34-39),2006 [S.Jovetic,Vicuron Pharmaceuticals,Via R.
Lepetit 34,21040 Gerenzano (VA),Italy]
983
Immobilization of the marine microalga Phaeodactylum tricornutum
in alginate for in situ experiments:Bead stability and suitability
Moreira S.M.,Moreira- Santos M.,Guilhermino L.,Ribeiro R.;
Enzyme Microb.Technol.38/1-2 (135-141),2006 [R.Ribeiro,
Instituto Do Ambiente e Vida,Departamento de Zoologia,
Universidade de Coimbra,Largo Marqu
ˆ
es de Pombal,3004- 517
Coimbra,Portugal]
984
Inulinase biosynthesis using immobilized myceliumof Aspergillus
niger
Skowronek M.,Fiedurek J.;Enzyme Microb.Technol.38/1-2
(162-167),2006 [J.Fiedurek,Institute of Microbiology,M.Curie-
Skłodowska University,Akademicka 19,20- 033 Lublin,Poland]
985
PVA-gel (Lentikats®) as an effective matrix for yeast strain
immobilization aimed at heterologous protein production
Parascandola P.,Branduardi P.,De Alteriis E.;Enzyme Microb.
Technol.38/1-2 (184-189),2006 [E.De Alteriis,Sez.Igiene e
Microbiologia,Dipto.di Fisiologia Generale Ed Ambientale,
Universit
`
a degli Studi di Napoli Federico II,Via Mezzocannone 16,
80134 Napoli,Italy]
986
Starvation enhances phosphorus removal fromwastewater by the
microalga Chlorella spp.co-immobilized with Azospirillum
brasilense
Hernandez J.- P.,De- Bashan L.E.,Bashan Y.;Enzyme Microb.
Technol.38/1-2 (190-198),2006 [Y.Bashan,Environmental
Microbiology Group,Center for Biological Research of the
Northwest (CIB),P.O.Box 128,La Paz,B.C.S.23000,Mexico]
987
See also:
Optimization of lactic acid production fromwhey by L casei NRRL B-441 immobilized in chitosan stabilized Ca-alginate beads – 1044
Continuous cyclodextrin glucanotransferase production by free and immobilized cells of Bacillus circulans ATCC 21783 in bioreactors – 1057
Immobilization of enzymes
Application of immobilized enzyme reactor in on-line high
performance liquid chromatography:A review
Girelli A.M.,Mattei E.;J.Chromatogr.B Anal.Technol.Biomed.
Life Sci.819/1 (3-16),2005 [A.M.Girelli,Dipartimento di
Chimica,Universit
`
a degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza,P.le A.Moro
5,00185 Roma,Italy]
988
Optimized synthesis of citronellyl flavour esters using free and
immobilized lipase from Rhizopus sp.
Melo L.L.M.M.,Pastore G.M.,Macedo G.A.;Process Biochem.
40/10 (3181-3185),2005 [G.A.Macedo,Department of Food
Science,FEA,UNICAMP,CP 6121,Campinas,SP,CEP 13081-
970,Brazil]
989
Stabilization of enzymes by multipoint attachment via reversible
immobilization on phenylboronic activated supports
Torres R.,Pessela B.,Fuentes M.,et al.;J.Biotechnol.120/4
(396-401),2005 [R.Fern
´
andez- Lafuente,Departamento de
Biocat
´
alisis,Instituto de Cat
´
alisis- CSIC,Campus Universidad
Aut
´
onoma,Cantoblanco,28049 Madrid,Spain]
990
Preparation of a reusable enzyme strip for determination of serum
cholesterol
Bhatia D.,Suman,Pundir C.S.;Indian J.Biotechnol.4/4
(471-475),2005 [C.S.Pundir,Biochemistry Research Laboratory,
Department of Bio- Sciences,MD University,Rohtak 124 001,
India]
991
Immobilization of chitosan-modified invertase on alginate-coated
chitin support via polyelectrolyte complex formation
G
´
omez L.,Ramrez H.L.,Villalonga M.L.,et al.;Enzyme Microb.
Technol.38/1-2 (22-27),2006 [R.Villalonga,Enzyme Technology
Group,Center for Biotechnological Studies,University of
Matanzas,C.P.44740,Matanzas,Cuba]
992
Optimization of fermentation conditions for the production of ethanol
from sago starch by co-immobilized amyloglucosidase and cells of
Zymomonas mobilis using response surface methodology
Bandaru V.V.R.,Somalanka S.R.,Mendu D.R.,et al.;Enzyme
Microb.Technol.38/1-2 (209-214),2006 [V.V.R.Bandaru,
Department of Neurology,Johns Hopkins University School of
Medicine,Pathology 233/Meyer 222,600 North Wolfe Street,
Baltimore,MD 21287,United States]
993
See also:
Synthesis of ascorbyloleate by immobilized Candida antarctica lipases – 1083
Enhanced ethyl butyrate production by surfactant coated lipase immobilized on silica – 1084
Scale-up methods
Scale-up of fermentation and purification of recombinant
allophycocyanin over-expressed in Escherichia coli
Ge B.,Tang Z.,Zhao F.,et al.;Process Biochem.40/10
(3190-3195),2005 [S.Qin,Institute of Oceanology,Key Laboratory
of Experimental Marine Biology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,
No.7 Nanhai Road,Qingdao 266071,China]
994
Effect of scale-up on wall shear rates in circulating bubble columns Al- Masry W.A.,Al- Ahmed M.I.;J.Chem.Technol.Biotechnol.
80/11 (1230-1235),2005 [W.A.Al- Masry,Department of Chemical
Engineering,College of Engineering,King Saud University,
Riyadh,Saudi Arabia]
995
See also:
Multi-objective optimization in Aspergillus niger fermentation for selective product enhancement – 1071
© 2006 Elsevier Science B.V.
74 2.MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
Anaerobic biodegradation of oleic and palmitic acids:Evidence of
mass transfer limitations caused by long chain fatty acid
accumulation onto the anaerobic sludge
Pereira M.A.,Pires O.C.,Mota M.,Alves M.M.;Biotechnol.
Bioeng.92/1 (15-23),2005 [M.M.Alves,Centro de Engenharia
Biol
´
ogica,Universidade do Minho,4710- 057 Braga,Portugal]
1029
Effect of pH change on the performance and microbial community of
enhanced biological phosphate removal process
Zhang T.,Liu Y.,Fang H.H.P.;Biotechnol.Bioeng.92/2
(173-182),2005 [H.H.P.Fang,Department of Civil Engineering,
Environmental Biotechnology Laboratory,University of Hong
Kong,Pokfulam Road,Hong Kong,Hong Kong]
1030
Degradation of 4-aminophenol by newly isolated Pseudomonas sp.
strain ST-4
Afzal Khan S.,Hamayun M.,Ahmed S.;Enzyme Microb.
Technol.38/1-2 (10-13),2006 [S.Ahmed,Microbiology Research
Laboratory,Department of Biological Sciences,Quaid- I- Azam
University,Islamabad,Pakistan]
1031
Effect of sludge age on performance of an activated sludge unit
treating 2,4 dichlorophenol-containing synthetic wastewater
Kargi F.,Eker S.;Enzyme Microb.Technol.38/1-2 (60-64),2006
[F.Kargi,Department of Environmental Engineering,Dokuz Eylul
University,Buca,Izmir,Turkey]
1032
Decolorization of synthetic and real textile wastewater by the use of
white-rot fungi
Nilsson I.,M
¨
oller A.,Mattiasson B.,et al.;Enzyme Microb.
Technol.38/1-2 (94-100),2006 [U.Welander,School of
Technology and Design,Department of Chemistry,
V
¨
axj
¨
o University,Vejdes Plats 6,SE- 351 95 V
¨
axj
¨
o,Sweden]
1033
Identification of an aerobic denitrifying bacterium and its potential
application in wastewater treatment
Li P.,Zheng Y.,Chen S.,et al.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.11/5
(600-603),2005 [D.Liu,College of Life Sciences,Central China
Normal University,Wuhan 430079,China]
1034
Effect of CODconcentration on performance of anaerobic ammonium
oxidation by granular sludge (Chin)
Kang J.,Wang J.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.11/5 (604-607),
2005 [J.Wang,Laboratory of Environmental Technology,INET,
Tsinghua University,Beijing 100084,China]
1035
Production and roles of N
2
O and NO
x
in biological nitrogen removal
from wastewater (Chin)
Lu P.,Zhang D.,Li X.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.11/5
(632-637),2005 [P.Lu,College of Resources and Environmental
Sciences,Chongqing University,Chongqing 400030,China]
1036
Advance in microbiological research of activated sludge system for
phosphorus removal (Chin)
Zhou K.,Xu M.,Cao H.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.11/5
(638-641),2005 [M.Xu,Key Lab.of Animal Ecology and
Conservation Biology,Institute of Zoology,Chinese Academy of
Sciences,Beijing 100080,China]
1037
Advance in bacterial azoreduction research (Chin) Hong Y.,Xu M.,Guo J.,et al.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.11/5
(642-647),2005 [G.Sun,Guangdong Institute of Microbiology,
Guangzhou 510070,China]
1038
Removal characteristics of ethyl acetate and 2-butanol by a biofilter
packed with Jeju scoria
KamS.- K.,Kang K.- H.,Lee M.- G.;J.Microbiol.Biotechnol.
15/5 (977-983),2005 [M.- Y.Lee,Division of Applied and
Chemical Engineering,Pukyong National University,Busan 608-
739,South Korea]
1039
See also:
Removal of microcystins by phototrophic biofilms:A microcosmstudy – 1347
Degradation of Mono-chlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxins by Janibacter sp.Strain YA Isolated fromRiver Sediment – 1612
An attempt to compare the performance of bioscrubbers and biotrickling filters for degradation of ethyl acetate in gas streams – 1618
Rhizobiumdaejeonense sp.nov.isolated from a cyanide treatment bioreactor – 1659
Proteiniphilum acetatigenes gen.nov.,sp.nov.,froma UASB reactor treating brewery wastewater – 1694
2.11.Renewable Resources
Non-biodegradable biopolymers from renewable resources:
Perspectives and impacts
Steinb
¨
uchel A.;Curr.Opin.Biotechnol.16/6 (607-613),2005 [A.
Steinb
¨
uchel,Institut f
¨
ur Molekulare Mikrobiologie und
Biotechnologie,Westf
¨
alische Wilhelms- Universit
¨
at,Correnstrasse
3,D- 48149 M
¨
unster,Germany]
1040
Biogas production from crop residues on a farm-scale level:Is it
economically feasible under conditions in Sweden?
Svensson L.M.,Christensson K.,Bj
¨
ornsson L.;Bioprocess
Biosyst.Eng.28/3 (139-148),2005 [L.M.Svensson,Department of
Biotechnology,Lund University,P.O.Box 124,SE- 22100,Lund,
Sweden]
1041
Biosoftening of coir fiber using selected microorganisms Rajan A.,Senan R.C.,Pavithran C.,AbrahamT.E.;Bioprocess
Biosyst.Eng.28/3 (165-173),2005 [T.E.Abraham,Bioactive
Polymer Engineering Section,Polymer Division,Regional Research
Laboratory (CSIR),695 019 Trivandrum,Kerala,India]
1042
See also:
Upgrading of an industrial lignin by using laccase produced by Fusariumproliferatum and different laccase-mediator systems – 973
Storage of biodegradable polymers by an enriched microbial community in a sequencing batch reactor operated at high organic load rate – 1045
Laccase production by Pycnoporus cinnabarinus grown on sugar-cane bagasse:Influence of ethanol vapours as inducer – 1059
2.12.Biochemical Transformations
Microbial transformation of tannin-rich substrate to gallic acid
through co-culture method
Banerjee R.,Mukherjee G.,Patra K.C.;Bioresour.Technol.96/8
(949-953),2005 [R.Banerjee,Microbial Biotechnology and
Downstream Processing Laboratory,Agricultural and Food
Engineering Department,Indian Institute of Technology,Kharagpur
721302,West Bengal,India]
1043
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3.ENZYME BIOTECHNOLOGY 75
Optimization of lactic acid production from whey by L casei NRRL
B-441 immobilized in chitosan stabilized Ca-alginate beads
G
¨
oksungur Y.,G
¨
und
¨
uz M.,Harsa S¸.;J.Chem.Technol.
Biotechnol.80/11 (1282-1290),2005 [Y.G
¨
oksungur,Ege
University,Faculty of Engineering,Food Engineering Department,
35100 Bornova,Izmir,Turkey]
1044
Storage of biodegradable polymers by an enriched microbial
community in a sequencing batch reactor operated at high organic
load rate
Dionisi D.,Beccari M.,Gregorio S.D.,et al.;J.Chem.Technol.
Biotechnol.80/11 (1306-1318),2005 [D.Dionisi,Department of
Chemistry,University of Rome ’La Sapienza’,P le Ado Moro 5,
00185 Rome,Italy]
1045
Influence of initial pH on hydrogen production from cheese whey Ferchichi M.,Crabbe E.,Gil G.- H.,et al.;J.Biotechnol.120/4
(402-409),2005 [E.Crabbe,Research and Development
Department,KAMBiotechnology Ltd.,#101 9710- 187 St.,Surrey,
BC V3N 4N6,Canada]
1046
Transformation of a monoterpene ketone,piperitenone,and related
terpenoids using Mucor piriformis
ThulasiramH.V.,Madyastha K.M.;Can.J.Microbiol.51/6
(447-454),2005 [H.V.Thulasiram,Department of Chemistry,
University of Utah,2253 Henry Eyring Building,Salt Lake City,
UT 84112,United States]
1047
Biotransformation of R-2-hydroxy-4-phenylbutyric acid by D lactate
dehydrogenase and Candida boidinii cells containing formate
dehydrogenase coimmobilized in a fibrous bed bioreactor
Bai Y.,Yang S.- T.;Biotechnol.Bioeng.92/2 (137-146),2005 [S.-
T.Yang,Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering,
Ohio State University,140 West 19th Avenue,Columbus,OH
43210,United States]
1048
A model of xylitol production by the yeast Candida mogii Tochampa W.,Sirisansaneeyakul S.,Vanichsriratana W.,et al.;
Bioprocess Biosyst.Eng.28/3 (175-183),2005 [S.
Sirisansaneeyakul,Department of Biotechnology,Kasetsart
University,Bangkok,10900,Thailand]
1049
See also:
Degradation of rice bran hemicellulose by Paenibacillus sp.strain HC1:Gene cloning,characterization and function of β-D-glucosidase as an enzyme involved in degradation – 948
Bioconversion of methyl-testosterone in a biphasic system– 969
Functional coupling between vanillate-O-demethylase and formaldehyde detoxification pathway – 1072
3.ENZYME BIOTECHNOLOGY
Equilibriumand kinetic modeling of adsorption of urea nitrogen onto
chitosan coated dialdehyde cellulose
Zu P.L.,Ya Q.F.,Shu X.M.,Zhi Y.L.;Process Biochem.40/10
(3218-3224),2005 [Q.F.Ya,Department of Fine Chemicals,Tianjin
University,Tianjin,China]
1050
Laccase-catalysed iodide oxidation in presence of methyl syringate Kulys J.,Bratkovskaja I.,Vidziunaite R.;Biotechnol.Bioeng.
92/1 (124-128),2005 [J.Kulys,Department of Enzyme Chemistry,
Institute of Biochemistry,Mokslininku 12,LT- 08662 Vilnius,
Lithuania]
1051
Horseradish peroxidase thermostabilization:The combinatorial
effects of the surface modification and the polyols
Hassani L.,Ranjbar B.,Khajeh K.,et al.;Enzyme Microb.
Technol.38/1-2 (118-125),2006 [B.Ranjbar,Department of
Biophysics and Biochemistry,Faculty of Science,Tarbiat Modarres
University,P.O.Box 14115- 175,Tehran,Iran]
1052
3.1.Production and Synthesis of Enzymes
Essential Cysteine Residues in Bacillus subtilis Spore Photoproduct
Lyase Identified by Alanine Scanning Mutagenesis
Fajardo- Cavazos P.,Rebeil R.,Nicholson W.L.;Curr.Microbiol.
51/5 (331-335),2005 [W.L.Nicholson,Department of Microbiology
and Cell Science,University of Florida,Space Life Sciences
Laboratory,Kennedy Space Center,FL 32899,United States]
1053
Restricted electron flux increases coenzyme Q
10
production in
Agrobacterium tumefaciens ATCC4452
Choi G.- S.,KimY.- S.,Seo J.- H.,Ryu Y.- W.;Process Biochem.
40/10 (3225-3229),2005 [Y.- W.Ryu,Department of Molecular
Science and Technology,College of Engineering,Ajou University,
San 5,Woncheon- dong,Yeongtong- gu,Suwon 443- 749,South
Korea]
1054
Bleach-enhancing abilities of Thermomyces lanuginosus xylanases
produced by solid state fermentation
Christopher L.,Bissoon S.,Singh S.,et al.;Process Biochem.
40/10 (3230-3235),2005 [L.Christopher,Sappi Biotechnology
Laboratory,Department of Chemical Engineering,University of
Pretoria,c/o Lynnwood r.and University road,Pretoria 0001,South
Africa]
1055
Effect of temperature shift on production of xylanase by Aspergillus
niger
Yuan Q.- P.,Wang J.- D.,Zhang H.,Qian Z.- M.;Process
Biochem.40/10 (3255-3257),2005 [Q.- P.Yuan,Department of
Pharmaceutical Engineering,Beijing University of Chemical
Technology,Beijing 100029,China]
1056
Continuous cyclodextrin glucanotransferase production by free and
immobilized cells of Bacillus circulans ATCC 21783 in bioreactors
Vassileva A.,Beschkov V.,Ivanova V.,Tonkova A.;Process
Biochem.40/10 (3290-3295),2005 [A.Tonkova,Department of
Extremophilic Bacteria,Institute of Microbiology,Bulgarian
Academy of Sciences,26 Acad.G.Bonchev Str.,1113 Sofia,
Bulgaria]
1057
Concomitant production and downstream processing of alkaline
protease and biosurfactant from Bacillus licheniformis RG1:
Bioformulation as detergent additive
Ramnani P.,Suresh Kumar S.,Gupta R.;Process Biochem.
40/10 (3352-3359),2005 [R.Gupta,Department of Microbiology,
University of Delhi South Campus,Benito Juarez Road,New Delhi
110021,India]
1058
©2006 Elsevier Science B.V.
76 3.ENZYME BIOTECHNOLOGY
Laccase production by Pycnoporus cinnabarinus grown on sugar-cane
bagasse:Influence of ethanol vapours as inducer
Meza J.C.,Lomascolo A.,Casalot L.,et al.;Process Biochem.
40/10 (3365-3371),2005 [R.Auria,Unit
´
e IRD de Biod
´
epollution,
IFR 86 de Biotechnologie Agro- Industrielle de Marseille,
Universit
´
e de Provence et de la M
´
editerran
´
ee,163 Avenue de
Luminy,Case 925,13288 Marseille Cedex 09,France]
1059
A practical enzymatic synthesis of UDP sugars and NDP glucoses Bae J.,KimK.- H.,KimD.,et al.;ChemBioChem 6/11
(1963-1966),2005 [Dr.D.- S.Lee,Genome Research Center,Korea
Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology,Yuseong,
Daejeon 305- 333,South Korea]
1060
Recombinant production of human microsomal cytochrome P450
2D6 in the methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris
Dietrich M.,Grundmann L.,Kurr K.,et al.;ChemBioChem 6/11
(2014-2022),2005 [Dr.S.Lange,Institute of Technical
Biochemistry,University of Stuttgart,Allmandring 31,70569
Stuttgart,Germany]
1061
Development of ethylene-diamine resistant ammonia excreting
mutants of Azospirillumlipoferum
Jawa R.,Chander R.,Charaya M.C.;Ann.Agri Bio Res.10/2
(195-198),2005 [R.Jawa,Department of Botany,Chaudhary
Charan Singh University,Meerut (U.P.),India]
1062
Novel microbial epoxide hydrolases for biohydrolysis of glycidyl
derivatives
Kotik M.,Brichac J.,Kyslk P.;J.Biotechnol.120/4 (364-375),
2005 [M.Kotik,Laboratory of Enzyme Technology,Institute of
Microbiology,Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic,
Vde
ˇ
nsk
´
a 1083,142 20 Prague 4,Czech Republic]
1063
Enzymatic surface modification of poly(ethylene terephthalate) Vertommen M.A.M.E.,Nierstrasz V.A.,Veer M.V.D.,
Warmoeskerken M.M.C.G.;J.Biotechnol.120/4 (376-386),2005
[V.A.Nierstrasz,Textile Technology Group,Department of Science
and Technology,University of Twente,P.O.Box 217,7500 AE
Enschede,Netherlands]
1064
A new type of O
-
2
-generating tool for oxidative stress studies by
remodeling neutrophil NADPH oxidase
Tamura M.,Nagasawa T.,Tange T.,et al.;J.Biotechnol.120/4
(421-429),2005 [M.Tamura,Department of Applied Chemistry,
Faculty of Engineering,Ehime University,Matsuyama,Ehime 790-
8577,Japan]
1065
Studies on process and nutritional parameters for production of
alkaline protease by Thermoactinomyces thalpophilus PEE 14
Ellaiah P.,Divakar G.,Vasu P.,et al.;Indian J.Biotechnol.4/4
(497-500),2005 [P.Ellaiah,Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Division,Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences,Andhra
University,Visakhapatnam 530 003,India]
1066
Partial purification and characterization of a pectin lyase produced by
Penicilliumoxalicumin solid-state fermentation (SSF)
Yadav S.,Shastri N.V.;Indian J.Biotechnol.4/4 (501-505),2005
[S.Yadav,Post- Graduate Teaching Department of Biochemistry,
Nagpur University,Nagpur 440 010,India]
1067
pH Shift enhancement of Candida utilis pyruvate decarboxylase
production
Chen A.K.- L.,Breuer M.,Hauer B.,et al.;Biotechnol.Bioeng.
92/2 (183-188),2005 [B.Rosche,School of Biotechnology and
Biomolecular Sciences,University of New South Wales,Sydney,
NSW2052,Australia]
1068
Effect of different carbon and nitrogen sources on laccase and
peroxidases production by selected Pleurotus species
Staji
´
c M.,Persky L.,FriesemD.,et al.;Enzyme Microb.Technol.
38/1-2 (65-73),2006 [M.Staji
´
c,Institute of Botany,Faculty of
Biology,University of Belgrade,Takovska 43,11000 Belgrade,
Serbia and Montenegro]
1069
Purication and characteristics of acid protease from Aspergillus niger
SL2-111 (Chin)
Xie B.,Cao Z.,Zheng T.,Wang S.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.
11/5 (618-622),2005 [B.Xie,College of Biotechnology,Fujian
Normal University,Fuzhou 350007,China]
1070
Multi-objective optimization in Aspergillus niger fermentation for
selective product enhancement
Mandal C.,Gudi R.D.,Suraishkumar G.K.;Bioprocess Biosyst.
Eng.28/3 (149-164),2005 [R.D.Gudi,Department of Chemical
Engineering,IIT Bombay,400 076 Powai,Mumbai,India]
1071
Functional coupling between vanillate-O-demethylase and
formaldehyde detoxification pathway
Hibi M.,Sonoki T.,Mori H.;FEMS Microbiol.Lett.253/2
(237-242),2005 [H.Mori,Biofrontier Laboratories,Kyowa Hakko
Kogyo Co.Ltd.,3- 6- 6 Asahimachi,Machidashi,Tokyo 194- 8533,
Japan]
1072
Characteristics of Streptococcus mutans strains lacking the MazEF
and RelBE toxin-antitoxin modules
Lemos J.A.C.,Brown Jr.T.A.,Abranches J.,Burne R.A.;FEMS
Microbiol.Lett.253/2 (251-257),2005 [R.A.Burne,Department of
Oral Biology,University of Florida,College of Dentistry,1600 SW
Archer Road,Gainesville,FL 32610- 0424,United States]
1073
Purification and properties of a xylanase fromCeriporiopsis
subvermispora cultivated on Pinus taeda
Milagres A.M.F.,Magalh
˜
aes P.O.,Ferraz A.;FEMS Microbiol.
Lett.253/2 (267-272),2005 [A.M.F.Milagres,Departamento de
Biotecnologia,Faculdade de Engenharia Qumica de Lorena -
Faenquil,CP 116,Lorena - SP,CEP 12 600 970,Brazil]
1074
Evaluation of phenolics and sugars as inducers of quercetinase
activity in Penicilliumolsonii
Tranchimand S.,Tron T.,Gaudin C.,Iacazio G.;FEMS
Microbiol.Lett.253/2 (289-294),2005 [G.Iacazio,Laboratoire de
Bioinorganique Structurale (CBRL UMR CNRS 6517),Facult
´
e des
Sciences et Techniques,Universit
´
e Paul C
´
ezanne Aix- Marseille III,
C.432,ave.E.Normandie- Niemen,13397 Marseille Cedex 20,
France]
1075
See also:
Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium by Cell-Free Extract of Bacillus sphaericus and 303 Isolated from Serpentine Soil – 932
© 2006 Elsevier Science B.V.
4.PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY 77
Expression of the pyranose 2-oxidase from Trametes pubescens in Escherichia coli and characterization of the recombinant enzyme – 951
Cutinase production conditions with Thermobifida fusca – 977
Effect of fermentation systemon the production and properties of tannase of Aspergillus niger van TieghemMTCC 2425 – 1162
Identification of protease from Euphorbia amygdaloides latex and its use in cheese production – 1513
3.2.Hydrolytic Enzymes
Enzymic resolution of DL-phenylglycine Machado G.D.C.,Gomes Jr.M.,Antunes O.A.C.,Oestreicher
E.G.;Process Biochem.40/10 (3186-3189),2005 [E.G.
Oestreicher,Instituto de Qumica,UFRJ,Cidade Universit
´
aria,CT
Bloco A,Rio de Janeiro,RJ 21941- 945,Brazil]
1076
An artificial neural network analysis of porcine pancreas lipase
catalysed esterification of anthranilic acid with methanol
Manohar B.,Divakar S.;Process Biochem.40/10 (3372-3376),
2005 [S.Divakar,Fermentation Technology and Bio- Engineering
Department,Central Food Technological Research Institute,Mysore
570013,India]
1077
The use of proteases to remove protein-based residues from solid
surfaces
Turner K.,Serantoni M.,Boyce A.,Walsh G.;Process Biochem.
40/10 (3377-3382),2005 [G.Walsh,Industrial Biochemistry
Program,University of Limerick,Limerick City,Ireland]
1078
Lipase fermentation:Progress and prospects Gunasekaran V.,Das D.;Indian J.Biotechnol.4/4 (437-445),
2005 [D.Das,Department of Biotechnology,Indian Institute of
Technology,Kharagpur 721 302,India]
1079
Production of an oxidant and SDS-stable alkaline protease froman
alkaophilic Bacillus clausii I-52 by submerged fermentation:
Feasibility as a laundry detergent additive
Joo H.- S.,Chang C.- S.;Enzyme Microb.Technol.38/1-2
(176-183),2006 [C.- S.Chang,Department of Biochemistry,
College of Medicine,Inha University,7- 241 Shinheung- Dong 3
Ga,Chung- Ku,Inchon 400- 103,South Korea]
1080
Acyl transfer strategy for the biocatalytical characterisation of
Candida rugosa lipases in organic solvents
Domnguez De Mara P.,Sinisterra J.V.,S
´
anchez- Montero J.M.,
et al.;Enzyme Microb.Technol.38/1-2 (199-208),2006 [A.R.
Alc
´
antara,Grupo de Biotransformaciones,Dpto.Qumica Org
´
anica
Y Farmac
´
eutica,Universidad Complutense,Pza.Ramon y Cajal
s/n,E- 28040 Madrid,Spain]
1081
Concentration of PUFAs in glyceride by hydrolysis of fish oil with
lipase (Chin)
Zheng Y.,Zheng N.,Zhuo J.,Ma L.;Chin.J.App.Eviron.Biol.
11/5 (571-574),2005 [Y.Zheng,College of Bio- engineering,
Fujian Normal University,Fuzhou 350007,China]
1082
See also:
Expression and purification of subtilisin DFE (douchi fibrinolytic enzyme) gene in Pichia pastoris – 963
Novel microbial epoxide hydrolases for biohydrolysis of glycidyl derivatives – 1063
Enzymatic surface modification of poly(ethylene terephthalate) – 1064
3.3.Synthesis of Chemical Products
Synthesis of ascorbyloleate by immobilized Candida antarctica lipases Adamczak M.,Bornscheuer U.T.,Bednarski W.;Process
Biochem.40/10 (3177-3180),2005 [M.Adamczak,Department of
Food Biotechnology,University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn,
J.Heweliusz St.1,10- 718 Olsztyn,Poland]
1083
Enhanced ethyl butyrate production by surfactant coated lipase
immobilized on silica
Thakar A.,Madamwar D.;Process Biochem.40/10 (3263-3266),
2005 [D.Madamwar,P.G.Department of Biosciences,Sardar Patel
Univeristy,Vallabh Vidyanagar 388120,Gujarat,India]
1084
Synthesis of substituted catechols using nitroarene dioxygenases Johnson G.R.,Spain J.C.;Enzyme Microb.Technol.38/1-2
(142-147),2006 [G.R.Johnson,Air Force Research Laboratory,
MLQL,139 Barnes Drive,Tyndall AFB,FL 32403,United States]
1085
See also:
Optimized synthesis of citronellyl flavour esters using free and immobilized lipase from Rhizopus sp.– 989
3.4.Synthesis of Biological Products
See:
Biosynthesis and identification of volatiles released by the myxobacterium Stigmatella aurantiaca – 1014
Carotenoid biosynthesis in Gloeobacter violaceus PCC4721 involves a single crtI-type phytoene desaturase instead of typical cyanobacterial enzymes – 1168
3.5.Degradation of Polymers
Effect of alkali pretreatment on cellulase hydrolysis of wheat straw:
Kinetic study
Carrillo F.,Lis M.J.,ColomX.,et al.;Process Biochem.40/10
(3360-3364),2005 [F.Carrillo,Department of Chemical
Engineering,EUETIT- UPC,Colom1,08222 Terrassa,Spain]
1086
4.PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
Ex vitro composite plants:An inexpensive,rapid method for root
biology
Collier R.,Fuchs B.,Walter N.,et al.;Plant J.43/3 (449-457),
2005 [C.G.Taylor,Donald Danforth Plant Science Center,St Louis,
MO,United States]
1087
©2006 Elsevier Science B.V.
78 4.PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
Oligosaccharides engineering from plants and algae applications in
biotechnology and therapeutics
Delattre C.,Michaud P.,Courtois B.,Courtois J.;Minerva
Biotecnol.17/3 (107-117),2005 [P.Michaud,Laboratoire of
Glucides- EPMV CNRS FRE 2779,IUT/GB,UPJV,Avenue des
Facult
´
es,Le Bailly 80025 Amiens Cedex,France]
1088
Immunomodulation of polyamine biosynthesis in tobacco plants has a
significant impact on polyamine levels and generates a dwarf
phenotype
N
¨
olke G.,Schneider B.,Fischer R.,Schillberg S.;Plant
Biotechnol.J.3/2 (237-247),2005 [S.Schillberg,Fraunhofer-
Institut f
¨
ur Molekularbiologie und Angewandte Oekologie IME,
Worringerweg 1,52074 Aachen,Germany]
1089
Optimization of Agrobacterium-mediated transient assays of gene
expression in lettuce,tomato and Arabidopsis
Wroblewski T.,Tomczak A.,Michelmore R.;Plant Biotechnol.J.
3/2 (259-273),2005 [R.Michelmore,Genome Center,University of
California,Davis,1 Shiels Ave.,Davis,CA 95616,United States]
1090
4.1.Production of Compounds
The role of metabolic engineering for the production of secondary
metabolites of plants
Khan M.T.H.,Ather A.,Gambari R.;Minerva Biotecnol.17/3
(127-131),2005 [M.T.H.Khan,Centro di Biotecnologie,
Universit
`
a degli Studi di Ferrara,Via Fossato di Mortara 74,Ferrara
44100,Italy]
1091
Resveratrol glucoside (Piceid) synthesis in seeds of transgenic oilseed
rape (Brassica napus L.)
H
¨
usken A.,Baumert A.,Milkowski C.,et al.;Theor.Appl.Genet.
111/8 (1553-1562),2005 [C.M
¨
ollers,Institute of Agronomy and
Plant Breeding,Georg- August- University,Von- Siebold- Str.8,
37075 Gottingen,Germany]
1092
Carotenoid production from microalga,Dunaliella salina Pisal D.S.,Lele S.S.;Indian J.Biotechnol.4/4 (476-483),2005
[S.S.Lele,Food and Fermentation Technology Department,
Mumbai University Institute of Chemical Technology Matunga,
Mumbai 400 019,India]
1093
See also:
Production of cyanophycin,a suitable source for the biodegradable polymer polyaspartate,in transgenic plants – 1108
4.2.Waste/Pollution Treatment
Cell-to-cell pollution reduction effectiveness of subsurface domestic
treatment wetlands
Steer D.N.,Fraser L.H.,Seibert B.A.;Bioresour.Technol.96/8
(969-976),2005 [D.N.Steer,Geology Department,University of
Akron,Akron,OH 44325- 4101,United States]
1094
Sorption of aromatic organic pollutants to grasses from water Barbour J.P.,Smith J.A.,Chiou C.T.;Environ.Sci.Technol.
39/21 (8369-8373),2005 [J.A.Smith,Department of Civil
Engineering,University of Virginia,P.O.Box 400742,
Charlottesville,VA 22904- 4742,United States]
1095
Influence of pH,ionic strength and temperature on lead biosorption
by Gelidiumand agar extraction algal waste
Vilar V.J.P.,Botelho C.M.S.,Boaventura R.A.R.;Process
Biochem.40/10 (3267-3275),2005 [R.A.R.Boaventura,LSRE -
Laboratory of Separation and Reaction Engineering,Departamento
de Engenharia Qumica,Universidade do Porto,Rua Dr.Roberto
Frias,4200- 465 Porto,Portugal]
1096
The interaction between Cu,Pb,Zn and Ni in their biosorption onto
polyurethane-immobilised Sphagnum moss
Zhang Y.,Banks C.;J.Chem.Technol.Biotechnol.80/11
(1297-1305),2005 [C.Banks,School of Civil Engineering and the
Environment,University of Southampton,Highfield,Southampton
SO17 1BJ,United Kingdom]
1097
Uptake and degradation of DDT by hairy root cultures of Cichorium
intybus and Brassica juncea
Suresh B.,Sherkhane P.D.,Kale S.,et al.;Chemosphere 61/9
(1288-1292),2005 [B.Suresh,Department of Microbiology,
Immunology and Pathology,Colorado State University,Fort
Collins,CO 80523,United States]
1098
Role of macrophyte Typha latifolia in a constructed wetland for
wastewater treatment and assessment of its potential as a biomass
fuel
Ciria M.P.,Solano M.L.,Soriano P.;Biosyst.Eng.92/4
(535-544),2005 [M.L.Solano,Biomass Project,Renewable Energy
Department,CIEMAT,Avda Complutense 22,28040 Madrid,
Spain]
1099
See also:
Starvation enhances phosphorus removal fromwastewater by the microalga Chlorella spp.co-immobilized with Azospirillumbrasilense – 987
4.4.Breeding/Agriculture
Production of a doubled haploid from a haploid pummelo using
colchicine treatment of axillary shoot buds
Yahata M.,Kunitake H.,Yabuya T.,et al.;J.Am.Soc.Hortic.
Sci.130/6 (899-903),2005 [H.Komatsu,School of Agriculture,
Kyushu Tokai University,Kawayo,Minamiaso- mura,Aso- gun,
Kumamoto 869- 1404,Japan]
1100
Modulation of F1 hybrid stature without altering parent plants through
trans-activated expression of a mutated rice GAI homologue
Su N.,Sullivan J.A.,Xing W.D.;Plant Biotechnol.J.3/2
(157-164),2005 [W.D.Xing,Peking- Yale Joint Center of Plant
Molecular Genetics and Agrobiotechnology,College of Life
Sciences,Peking University,Beijing 100871,China]
1101
© 2006 Elsevier Science B.V.
80 7.MICROBIAL METABOLISMAND PHYSIOLOGY
Amperometric biosensor for chorine based on layer-by-layer
assembled functionalized carbon nanotube and polyaniline
multilayer film
Qu F.,Yang M.,Jiang J.,et al.;Anal.Biochem.344/1 (108-114),
2005 [G.Shen,State Key Laboratory of Chemo/Biosensing and
Chemometrics,College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering,
Hunan University,Changsha 410082,China]
1117
Survey of the year 2004 commercial optical biosensor literature Rich R.L.,Myszka D.G.;J.Mol.Recogn.18/6 (431-478),2005
[D.G.Myszka,University of Utah,School of Medicine 4A417,
50 N.Medical Drive,Salt Lake City,UT 84132,United States]
1118
Highly sensitive and selective amperometric microbial biosensor for
direct determination of p-nitrophenyl-substituted organophosphate
nerve agents
Lei Y.,Mulchandani P.,Wang J.,et al.;Environ.Sci.Technol.
39/22 (8853-8857),2005 [W.Chen,Department of Chemical and
Environmental Engineering,University of California,Riverside,CA
92521,United States]
1119
Molecular imprinted polymer sensors:Implications for therapeutics Hillberg A.L.,Brain K.R.,Allender C.J.;Adv.Drug Deliv.Rev.
57/12 (1875-1889),2005 [C.J.Allender,Welsh School of Pharmacy,
Cardiff University,Cardiff,CF10 3XF,United Kingdom]
1120
Development of an immunobiosensor assay for the beta-adrenergic
compound zilpaterol
Shelver W.L.,KeumY.- S.,Li Q.X.,et al.;Food Agric.Immunol.
16/3 (199-211),2005 [W.L.Shelver,USDA- ARS Biosciences
Research Laboratory,1605 Albrecht Boulevard,Fargo,ND 58105,
United States]
1121
Microbial forensics:Applications in bioterrorism Pattnaik P.,Jana A.M.;Environ.Forensics 6/2 (197-204),2005
[Dr.P.Pattnaik,Virology Division,Defence R and D
Establishment,Jhansi Road,Gwalior 474 002 (MP),India]
1122
Construction of an extended range whole-cell tetracycline biosensor
by use of the tet(M) resistance gene
Bahl M.I.,Hansen L.H.,Sørensen S.J.;FEMS Microbiol.Lett.
253/2 (201-205),2005 [L.H.Hansen,Department of Microbiology,
University of Copenhagen,Sølvgade 83H,1307 Copenhagen K,
Denmark]
1123
See also:
Preparation of a reusable enzyme strip for determination of serumcholesterol – 991
Amperometric,screen-printed,glucose biosensor for analysis of human plasma samples using a biocomposite water-based carbon ink incorporating glucose oxidase – 1805
6.2.Monitoring of Released Organisms in the Environment
Uptake of Bt endotoxins by nontarget herbivores and higher order
arthropod predators:Molecular evidence from a transgenic corn
agroecosystem
Harwood J.D.,Wallin W.G.,Obrycki J.J.;Mol.Ecol.14/9
(2815-2823),2005 [J.D.Harwood,Department of Entomology,
University of Kentucky,S- 225 Agricultural Science Center North,
Lexington,KY 40546- 0091,United States]
1124
See also:
Multi-seasonal field release and spermatization trials of transgenic hypovirulent strains of Cryphonectria parasitica containing cDNA copies of hypovirus CHV1-EP713 – 1444
6.4.Clinical Biotechnology
E-cadherin synergistically induces hepatospecific phenotype and
maturation of embryonic stemcells in conjunction with
hepatotrophic factors
Dasgupta A.,Hughey R.,Lancin P.,et al.;Biotechnol.Bioeng.
92/3 (257-266),2005 [P.V.Moghe,Department of Chemical and
Biochemical Engineering,Rutgers University,98 Brett Road,
Piscataway,NJ 08873,United States]
1125
Novel quantitative tools for engineering analysis of hepatocyte
cultures in bioartificial liver systems
Sharma N.S.,Ierapetritou M.G.,Yarmush M.L.;Biotechnol.
Bioeng.92/3 (321-335),2005 [M.G.Ierapetritou,Department of
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering,Rutgers University,98
Brett Road,Piscataway,NJ 08854,United States]
1126
Neurogenesis and neuronal communication on micropatterned
neurochips
Bani- Yaghoub M.,Tremblay R.,Voicu R.,et al.;Biotechnol.
Bioeng.92/3 (336-345),2005 [M.Bani- Yaghoub,Neurogenesis
and Brain Repair Group,National Research Council of Canada,
Ottawa,Ont.K1A 0R6,Canada]
1127
6.6.Agricultural Biotechnology
Is regulation of agricultural biotechnology economically justified?Ahmadi- Esfahani F.Z.;Asia Pac.J.Environ.Law 8/3-4 (29-46),
2004 [F.Z.Ahmadi- Esfahani,Department of Agricultural and
Resource Economics,Faculty of Agriculture,Food and Natural
Resources,The University of Sydney,Sydney,NSW,Australia]
1128
7.MICROBIAL METABOLISMAND PHYSIOLOGY
In silico analysis of lactic acid secretion metabolismthrough the
top-down approach:Effect o grouping in enzyme kinetics
Jin J.H.,Lee J.;Biotechnol.Bioprocess Eng.10/5 (462-469),2005
[J.Lee,Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering,
Sogang University,Seoul 121- 742,South Korea]
1129
Recent developments towards the heterologous expression of complex
bacterial natural product biosynthetic pathways
Wenzel S.C.,M
¨
uller R.;Curr.Opin.Biotechnol.16/6 (594-606),
2005 [R.M
¨
uller,Pharmaceutical Biotechnology,Saarland
University,PO Box 151150,66041 Saarbr
¨
ucken,Germany]
1130
Toxin-antitoxin modules as bacterial metabolic stress managers Buts L.,Lah J.,Dao- Thi M.- H.,et al.;Trends Biochem.Sci.
30/12 (672-679),2005 [R.Loris,Laboratorium Voor Ultrastructuur,
Vrije Universiteit Brussel,B- 1050 Brussel,Belgium]
1131
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See also:
Intracellular physiological events of yeast Rhodotorula glutinis during storage at + 4°C – 1628
Molecular and biochemical characterization of the xlnD-encoded 3-hydroxybenzoate 6-hydroxylase involved in the degradation of 2,5-xylenol via the gentisate pathway in
Pseudomonas alcaligenes NCIMB 9867 – 1744
Genome-wide transcriptional analysis of the phosphate starvation stimulon of Bacillus subtilis – 1797
7.1.Metabolic Controls
Systematic investigation of the Escherichia coli metabolome for the
biosynthetic origin of an isocyanide carbon atom
Brady S.F.,Clardy J.;Angew.Chem.Int.Ed.44/43 (7045-7048),
2005 [Dr.S.F.Brady,Department of Biological Chemistry and
Molecular Pharmacology,Harvard Medical School,240 Longwood
Avenue,Boston,MA 02115,United States]
1132
Metabolic pathways reconstruction by frequency and amplitude
response to forced glycolytic oscillations in yeast
Zimmerman W.B.;Biotechnol.Bioeng.92/1 (91-116),2005 [W.B.
Zimmerman,Department of Chemical and Process Engineering,
University of Sheffield,Newcastle Street,Sheffield S1 3JD,United
Kingdom]
1133
The myo-inositol-1-phosphate synthase gene is essential in
Trypanosoma brucei
Martin K.L.,Smith T.K.;Biochem.Soc.Trans.33/5 (983-985),
2005 [T.K.Smith,Division of Biological Chemistry and Molecular
Microbiology,School of Life Sciences,University of Dundee,
Dundee DD1 5EH,United Kingdom]
1134
Growth substrate- and phase-specific expression of biphenyl,
benzoate,and C
1
metabolic pathways in Burkholderia xenovorans
LB400
Denef V.J.,Patrauchan M.A.,Florizone C.,et al.;J.Bacteriol.
187/23 (7996-8005),2005 [L.D.Eltis,Department of Microbiology
and Immunology,University of British Columbia,300- 6174
University Blvd.,Vancouver,BC V6T 1Z3,Canada]
1135
See also:
Methylcrotonyl-CoA and geranyl-CoA carboxylases are involved in leucine/isovalerate utilization (Liu) and acyclic terpene utilization (Atu),and are encoded by liuB/liuD and
atuC/atuF,in Pseudomonas aeruginosa – 1149
Plasmodiumfalciparumpossesses organelle-specific α-keto acid dehydrogenase complexes and lipoylation pathways – 1160
Debaryomyces hansenii,a highly osmo-tolerant and halo-tolerant yeast,maintains activated Dhog1p in the cytoplasmduring its growth under severe osmotic stress – 1193
7.2.Microbial Energetics
Bacterial efflux systems and efflux pumps inhibitors Marquez B.;Biochimie 87/12 (1137-1147),2005 [B.Marquez,
UMR CNRS 7573 - ENSCP,Laboratoire de Biochimie,11,rue
Pierre- et- Marie- Curie,75005 Paris,France]
1136
The activity profile of the NhaD-type Na
+
(Li
+
)/H
+
antiporter from
the soda lake haloalkaliphile Alkalimonas amylolytica is adaptive
for the extreme environment
Liu J.,Xue Y.,Wang Q.,et al.;J.Bacteriol.187/22 (7589-7595),
2005 [Y.Ma,Institute of Microbiology,Chinese Academy of
Sciences,Beijing 100080,China]
1137
Fungal adenylyl cyclase integrates CO
2
sensing with cAMP signaling
and virulence
Klengel T.,Liang W.- J.,Chaloupka J.,et al.;Curr.Biol.15/22
(2021-2026),2005 [J.Buck,Department of Pharmacology,Joan and
Sanford I.Weill Medical College,Cornell University,New York,
NY 10021,United States]
1138
The extraordinary mitochondrion and unusual citric acid cycle in
Trypanosoma brucei
Van Hellemond J.J.,Opperdoes F.R.,Tielens A.G.M.;Biochem.
Soc.Trans.33/5 (967-971),2005 [J.J.Van Hellemond,Department
of Biochemistry and Cell Biology,Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,
Utrecht University,3584 CMUtrecht,Netherlands]
1139
Enzymatic and energetic properties of an aerobic respiratory
chain-linked NADH oxidase system in marine bacterium Vibrio
natriegens
Kang J.,KimY.J.;J.Microbiol.Biotechnol.15/5 (1080-1086),
2005 [Y.J.Kim,Department of Microbiology,College of Natural
Sciences,Changwon National University,Changwon,Kyungnam
641- 773,South Korea]
1140
See also:
Reconstitution of an apicoplast-localised electron transfer pathway involved in the isoprenoid biosynthesis of Plasmodiumfalciparum – 1202
Carbonic anhydrase and CO
2
sensing during Cryptococcus neoformans growth,differentiation,and virulence – 1246
P-type proton ATPases are involved in intracellular calciumand proton uptake in the plant parasite Phytomonas francai – 1284
Sulfurihydrogenibium yellowstonense sp.nov.,an extremely thermophilic,facultatively heterotrophic,sulfur-oxidizing bacteriumfromYellowstone National Park,and emended
descriptions of the genus Sulfurihydrogenibium,Sulfurihydrogenibium subterraneumand Sulfurihydrogenibium azorense – 1695
7.3.Bioluminescence
See:
A set of multicolored Photinus pyralis luciferase mutants for in vivo bioluminescence applications – 1791
7.4.Microbial Photosynthesis
Self-aggregates of bacteriochlorophylls-c,d and e in a
light-harvesting antenna systemof green photosynthetic bacteria:
Effect of stereochemistry at the chiral 3-(1-hydroxyethyl) group on
the supramolecular arrangement of chlorophyllous pigments
Miyatake T.,Tamiaki H.;J.Photochem.Photobiol.C Photochem.
Rev.6/2-3 (89-107),2005 [H.Tamiaki,Department of Bioscience
and Biotechnology,Ritsumeikan University,Kusatsu,Shiga 525-
8577,Japan]
1141
The role of two CbbRs in the transcriptional regulation of three
ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase genes in
Hydrogenovibrio marinus strain MH-110
Toyoda K.,Yoshizawa Y.,Arai H.,et al.;Microbiology 151/11
(3615-3625),2005 [H.Arai,Department of Biotechnology,
Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences,The University
of Tokyo,Yayoi 1- 1- 1,Bunkyo- ku,Tokyo 113- 8657,Japan]
1142
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Small proteins of plant-pathogenic fungi secreted during host
colonization
Rep M.;FEMS Microbiol.Lett.253/1 (19-27),2005 [M.Rep,
Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences,Faculty of Science,
University of Amsterdam,Kruislaan 318,1098 SMAmsterdam,
Netherlands]
1178
Distribution of tccP in clinical enterohemorrhagic and
enteropathogenic Escherichia coli isolates
Garmendia J.,Ren Z.,Tennant S.,et al.;J.Clin.Microbiol.43/11
(5715-5720),2005 [G.Frankel,Centre for Molecular Microbiology
and Infection,Division of Molecular and Cellular Biology,Imperial
College London,London SW7 2AZ,United Kingdom]
1179
The streptococcal iron uptake (Siu) transporter is required for iron
uptake and virulence in a zebrafish infection model
Monta
˜
nez G.E.,Neely M.N.,EichenbaumZ.;Microbiology
151/11 (3749-3757),2005 [Z.Eichenbaum,Department of Biology,
College of Arts and Sciences,Georgia State University,50 Decatur
St.,Atlanta,GA 30303,United States]
1180
Evaluation of O-antigen inactivation on Pla activity and virulence of
Yersinia pseudotuberculosis harbouring the pPla plasmid
Pouillot F.,Derbise A.,Kukkonen M.,et al.;Microbiology 151/11
(3759-3768),2005 [E.Carniel,Yersinia Research Unit,Institut
Pasteur,28 rue du Dr.Roux,75724 Paris Cedex 15,France]
1181
Population and virulence factor dynamics in fecal Escherichia coli
from healthy adults consuming weight control diets
McOrist A.,Veuilett G.,Vuaran M.,et al.;Can.J.Microbiol.
51/6 (467-475),2005 [A.McOrist,CSIRO Health Sciences and
Nutrition,P.O.Box 10041,Adelaide,SA 5000,Australia]
1182
Staphylococcus hyicus exfoliative toxins selectively digest porcine
desmoglein 1
Fudaba Y.,Nishifuji K.,Andresen L.O.,et al.;Microb.Pathog.
39/5-6 (171-176),2005 [M.Sugai,Kasumi 1- 2- 3,Hiroshima City,
Hiroshima 734- 8553,Japan]
1183
Acid proteinase,phospholipase and adherence properties of Candida
parapsilosis strains isolated from clinical specimens of hospitalised
patients
Dagdeviren M.,Cerikcioglu N.,Karavus M.;Mycoses 48/5
(321-326),2005 [N.Cerikcioglu,Medical Microbiology
Department,School of Medicine,Marmara University,Tibbiye
Street,Haydarpasa,TR- 34668 Istanbul,Turkey]
1184
AIP56,a novel plasmid-encoded virulence factor of Photobacterium
damselae subsp.piscicida with apoptogenic activity against sea
bass macrophages and neutrophils
Do Vale A.,Silva M.T.,Dos Santos N.M.S.,et al.;Mol.Microbiol.
58/4 (1025-1038),2005 [A.Do Vale,Institute for Molecular and
Cell Biology,Rua do Campo Alegre,823,4150- 180 Porto,
Portugal]
1185
Identification of Klebsiella pneumoniae virulence determinants using
an intranasal infection model
Lawlor M.S.,Hsu J.,Rick P.D.,Miller V.L.;Mol.Microbiol.58/4
(1054-1073),2005 [V.L.Miller,Department of Molecular
Microbiology,Washington University School of Medicine,St.
Louis,MO 63110,United States]
1186
Characterization of functional domains of the Vibrio cholerae
virulence regulator ToxT
Prouty M.G.,Osorio C.R.,Klose K.E.;Mol.Microbiol.58/4
(1143-1156),2005 [K.E.Klose,Department of Biology,University
of Texas at San Antonio,San Antonio,TX 78249,United States]
1187
CsrA and three redundant small RNAs regulate quorum sensing in
Vibrio cholerae
Lenz D.H.,Miller M.B.,Zhu J.,et al.;Mol.Microbiol.58/4
(1186-1202),2005 [B.L.Bassler,Department of Molecular Biology,
Howard Hughes Medical Institute,Princeton University,Princeton,
NJ 08544- 1014,United States]
1188
Escherichia coli verotoxin 1 mediates apoptosis in human HCT116
colon cancer cells by inducing overexpression of the GADD family
of genes and S phase arrest
Bhattacharjee R.N.,Park K.- S.,Uematsu S.,et al.;FEBS Lett.
579/29 (6604-6610),2005 [T.Honda,Department of Bacterial
Infections,Research Institute for Microbial Diseases,Osaka
University,3- 1 Yamadaoka,Suita,Osaka 565- 0871,Japan]
1189
Pyramiding unmarked deletions in Ralstonia solanacearum shows that
secreted proteins in addition to plant cell-wall-degrading enzymes
contribute to virulence
Liu H.,Zhang S.,Schell M.A.,Denny T.P.;Mol.Plant-Microbe
Interact.18/12 (1296-1305),2005 [T.P.Denny,Department of Plant
Pathology,University of Georgia,Athens,GA 30602,United States]
1190
Vibrio cholerae ToxT independently activates the divergently
transcribed aldA and tagA genes
Withey J.H.,DiRita V.J.;J.Bacteriol.187/23 (7890-7900),2005
[V.J.DiRita,Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine,University of
Michigan Medical School,Ann Arbor,MI 48109- 0614,United
States]
1191
Proteomic characterization of Yersinia pestis virulence Chromy B.A.,Choi M.W.,Murphy G.A.,et al.;J.Bacteriol.
187/23 (8172-8180),2005 [B.A.Chromy,Lawrence Livermore
National Laboratory,7000 East Avenue,Livermore,CA 94550,
United States]
1192
See also:
The role of Candida albicans NOT5 in virulence depends upon diverse host factors in vivo – 1360
Endotoxin priming improves clearance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in wild-type and interleukin-10 knockout mice – 1366
Bordetella bronchiseptica flagellin is a proinflammatory determinant for airway epithelial cells – 1369
Virulence factors and pathogenicity of Hafnia alvei for gilthead seabream,Sparus aurata L.– 1394
Amylopectin induces fumonisin B
1
production by Fusariumverticillioides during colonization of maize kernels – 1433
Development of polymerase chain reaction and fluorescent in situ hybridisation techniques for the detection of a bacterial strain that degrades the cyanobacterial toxin microcystin
LR – 1792
7.14.Metabolismin Extreme Environments
Debaryomyces hansenii,a highly osmo-tolerant and halo-tolerant
yeast,maintains activated Dhog1p in the cytoplasmduring its
growth under severe osmotic stress
Sharma P.,Meena N.,Aggarwal M.,Mondal A.K.;Curr.Genet.
48/3 (162-170),2005 [A.K.Mondal,Institute of Microbial
Technology,Chandigarh 160036,India]
1193
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86 7.MICROBIAL METABOLISMAND PHYSIOLOGY
The activity of ribosome modulation factor during growth of
Escherichia coli under acidic conditions
El- Sharoud W.M.,Niven G.W.;Arch.Microbiol.184/1 (18-24),
2005 [W.M.El- Sharoud,School of Food Biosciences,University of
Reading,226,Whiteknights,Reading RG6 6AP,United Kingdom]
1194
Role of trehalose synthesis pathways in salt tolerance mechanism of
Rhodobacter sphaeroides f.sp.denitrificans IL106
Makihara F.,Tsuzuki M.,Sato K.,et al.;Arch.Microbiol.184/1
(56-65),2005 [M.Tsuzuki,Department of Applied Biological
Chemistry,Graduate School of Agriculture and Life Sciences,
University of Tokyo,1- 1- 1 Yayoi,Bunkyo- ku,Tokyo,113- 8657,
Japan]
1195
Up-expression of NapA and other oxidative stress proteins is a
compensatory response to loss of major Helicobacter pylori stress
resistance factors
Olczak A.A.,Wang G.,Maier R.J.;Free Radic.Res.39/11
(1173-1182),2005 [R.J.Maier,Department of Microbiology,
University of Georgia,Athens,GA 30602,United States]
1196
Osmotic stress and phosphate limitation alter production of
cell-to-cell signal molecules and rhamnolipid biosurfactant by
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Bazire A.,Dheilly A.,Diab F.,et al.;FEMS Microbiol.Lett.253/1
(125-131),2005 [A.Dufour,Laboratoire de Biotechnologie et
Chimie Marines,EA 3884,Universit
´
e de Bretagne Sud,BP 92116,
56321 Lorient,France]
1197
Biosynthesis of the xanthophyll plectaniaxanthin as a stress response
in the red yeast Dioszegia (Tremellales,Heterobasidiomycetes,
Fungi)
Madhour A.,Anke H.,Mucci A.,et al.;Phytochemistry 66/22
(2617-2626),2005 [R.W.S.Weber,Department of Biotechnology,
University of Kaiserslautern,Erwin- Schroedinger- Strasse 56,D-
67663 Kaiserslautern,Germany]
1198
Factors triggering type III secretion in Pseudomonas aeruginosa KimJ.,Ahn K.,Min S.,et al.;Microbiology 151/11 (3575-3587),
2005 [S.Jin,Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology,
University of Florida,PO Box 100266,Gainesville,FL 32610,
United States]
1199
See also:
Colony formation and selenium-enriched stability of Spirulina platensis under seleniumstress – 938
Response of the anaerobe Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough to oxidative conditions:Proteome and transcript analysis – 1156
The RsbRST stress module in bacteria:A signalling systemthat may interact with different output modules – 1230
Vacuolar H
+
-ATPase and plasma membrane H
+
-ATPase contribute to the tolerance against high-pressure carbon dioxide treatment in Saccharomyces cerevisiae – 1286
7.15.Secondary Metabolism
Accumulation and turnover of 23S ribosomal RNA in
azithromycin-inhibited ribonuclease mutant strains of Escherichia
coli
Silvers J.A.,Champney W.S.;Arch.Microbiol.184/1 (66-77),
2005 [W.S.Champney,Department of Biochemistry and Molecular
Biology,J.H.Quillen College of Medicine,East Tennessee State
University,Johnson City,TN 37614,United States]
1200
The glycolytic metabolite methylglyoxal activates Pap1 and Sty1
stress response in Schizosaccharomyces pombe
Zuin A.,Vivancos A.P.,Sans
´
o M.,et al.;J.Biol.Chem.280/44
(36708-36713),2005 [E.Hidalgo,Cell Signaling Unit,Departament
de Ci
`
encies Experimentals i de la Salut,Universitat Pompeu Fabra,
C/Dr.Aiguader 80,08003 Barcelona,Spain]
1201
Reconstitution of an apicoplast-localised electron transfer pathway
involved in the isoprenoid biosynthesis of Plasmodium falciparum
R
¨
ohrich R.C.,Englert N.,Troschke K.,et al.;FEBS Lett.579/28
(6433-6438),2005 [H.Jomaa,Universit
¨
atsklinkum Giessen und
Marburg,Institut f
¨
ur Klinische Chemie und Pathobiochemie,
Gaffkystrasse 11,D- 35392 Giessen,Germany]
1202
Cereulide-producing strains of Bacillus cereus show diversity Apetroaie C.,Andersson M.A.,Spr
¨
oer C.,et al.;Arch.Microbiol.
184/3 (141-151),2005 [M.S.Salkinoja- Salonen,Department of
Applied Chemistry and Microbiology,University of Helsinki,P.O.
Box 56,Viikinkaari 9,00014 Helsinki,Finland]
1203
Hexylitaconic acid:A new inhibitor of p53-HDM2 interaction
isolated from a marine-derived fungus,Arthriniumsp.
Tsukamoto S.,Yoshida T.,Hosono H.,et al.;Bioorg.Med.Chem.
Lett.16/1 (69-71),2006 [S.Tsukamoto,Graduate School of Natural
Science and Technology,Kanazawa University,Kanazawa 920-
1192,Japan]
1204
A chitin synthase and its regulator protein are critical for chitosan
production and growth of the fungal pathogen Cryptococcus
neoformans
Banks I.R.,Specht C.A.,Donlin M.J.,et al.;Eukaryotic Cell 4/11
(1902-1912),2005 [I.R.Banks,Department of Biochemistry and
Molecular Biology,Saint Louis University School of Medicine,
1402 S.Grand Blvd.,St.Louis,MO 63104,United States]
1205
Bioactive deoxypreussomerins and dimeric naphthoquinones from
Diospyros ehretioides fruits:Deoxypreussomerins may not be plant
metabolites but may be fromfungal epiphytes or endophytes
Prajoubklang A.,Sirithunyalug B.,Charoenchai P.,et al.;Chem.
Biodiversity 2/10 (1358-1367),2005 [P.Kittakoop,National Center
for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology,NSTDA,113
Paholyothin Road,Klong Luang,Pathumthani 12120,Thailand]
1206
Microbial transformations of gelomulide G:A member of the rare
class of diterpene lactones
Choudhary M.I.,Gondal H.Y.,Abbaskhan A.,Atta- ur-
Rahman;Chem.Biodiversity 2/10 (1401-1408),2005 [M.I.
Choudhary,H.E.J.Research Institute of Chemistry,International
Center for Chemical Sciences,University of Karachi,Karachi-
75270,Pakistan]
1207
Potential antimalarial lead structures from fungi of marine origin Wright A.D.,Lang- Unnasch N.;Planta Med.71/10 (964-966),
2005
1208
Nematicidal epipolysulfanyldioxopiperazines from Gliocladium
roseum
Dong J.- Y.,He H.- P.,Shen Y.- M.,Zhang K.- Q.;J.Nat.Prod.
68/10 (1510-1513),2005 [K.- Q.Zhang,Key Laboratory for
Conservation and Utilization of Bioresources,Yunnan University,