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Microbiology Reader Bioscreen C

and Software Research Express


The Bioscreen C Microbiology
Reader (Growth Curves
Reader) is a

unique system
that runs microbiology tests
automatically. Bioscreen C
makes it possible to complete
as many tests in just a few
weeks as would normally take
a year by using traditional
microbiological techniques.


Bioscreen C speeds up
microbiology work
up to 20
times.


Bioscreen C monitors turbidity
(i.e. growth) of 200 samples
kinetically, generates
growth
curves
(turbidity versus time
graph) and performs
microbiological calculations

(including calculation of
generation time

and
specific
rate of growth
)
. All
microorganism growth data is
collected directly into MS
Excel.


Almost any experiment where
the growth of bacteria, yeast,
fungi, cell or phage is to be
followed kinetically can be
now performed with Bioscreen
C. It is an open system for any
strain
in a liquid culture. Any
broth can be used.





Bioscreen C is an incubating
turbidometer for disposable
multiwell plates. A scientist can
pipette into empty wells of
multiwell plate
s any strain and
broth to run a growth monitoring
experiment kinetically and
automatically.


Bioscreen C is operated and data
is collected and manipulated by a
computer software Research
Express. User can add any
amount of own created graphical,
calculatio
n or reporting sheets to
over 20 default workbook sheets.



A complete information on
Microbiology Reader Bioscreen C
and software Growth Curves is
found at
www.transgalactic.com

e
-
mail:

biosciences@transgalactic.com



Microbiology

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Bioscreen C

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Automation in microbiology and biosc
iences
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Microbiology Reader Bioscreen C and software Research Express.

Microbiology Reader Bioscreen C business owner is Thermo Electron Corporation,
www.thermo.com.

Software Research Express is
manufactured by Transgalactic Ltd.,
www.transgalactic.com
,

e
-
mail: biosciences@transgalactic.com







Microbiological
Research

Severine Aendekerk, Bart Ghysels,
Pierre Cornelis and Christine Baysse,

Characterization of a
new efflux pump,
MexGHI
-
OpmD, from Pseudomonas
aeruginosa that confers resistance to
vanadium, Microbiology (2002), 148,
2371
-
2381


Marie Sissler, Christine Delorme, Jeff
Bond, S. Dusko Ehrlich, Pierre
Renault and Christopher Francklyn,

An aminoacyl
-
tRNA
synthetase
paralog with a catalytic role in histidine
biosynthesis, Proceedings of the
National Acdemy of Sciences of the
United States of America, Vol. 96,
Issue 16, 8985
-
8990, August 3, 1999


Peggy Garault, Dominique Le Bars,
Colette Besset, and Veroniq
ue
Monnet,

Three Oligopeptide
-
binding Proteins
Are Involved in the Oligopeptide
Transport of Streptococcus
thermophilus, Journal of Biological
Chemistry, January 4, 2002, Vol. 277,
Issue 1, 32
-
39


Dalgaard, P. and Koutsoumanis, K.
2001,

Comparison of maxi
mum specific
growth rates and lag times estimated
from absorbance and viable count
data by different mathematical models,
Journal of Microbial. Meth. 43, 183
-
196


Chiron J, Lamande J, Moussa F, Trivin
F, Ceolin R,

[Effect of "micronized" C60 fullerene
on
the microbial growth in vitro]
(French), Annales pharmaceutiques
francaises, 2000, May, 58(3), 170
-
175


Wu Y, Griffiths MW, McKellar RC.,

A comparison of the Bioscreen
method and microscopy for the
determination of lag times of individual
cells of Listeri
a monocytogenes,
Letters in Applied Microbiology, 2000,
Jun, 30(6), 468
-
472


P. Garault, C. Letort, V. Juillard, and
V. Monnet,

Branched
-
Chain Amino Acid
Biosynthesis Is Essential for Optimal
Growth of Streptococcus thermophilus
in Milk, Applied and Envir
onmental
Microbiology, December 2000, p.
5128
-
5133, Vol. 66, No. 12


Peggy Garault, Catherine Letort,
Vincent Jullard and Véronique
Monnet,

La biosynthèse des acides aminés à
chaîne branchée et des purines : deux
voies essentielles pour une croissance
opt
imale de Streptococcus
thermophilus dans le lait (French l.),
[Branched
-
chain amino acids and
purine biosynthesis: two pathways
essential for optimal growth of
Streptococcus thermophilus in milk] ,
Lait 81 (2001) pp. 83
-
90


Christine Baysse, Daniel De Vos
a,
Yann Naudet, Alain Vandermonde,
Urs Ochsner, Jean
-
Marie Meyer,
Herbert Budzikiewicz, Matthias
Schäfer, Regine Fuchs and Pierre
Cornelis,

Vanadium interferes with siderophore
-
mediated iron uptake in Pseudomonas
aeruginosa, Microbiology (2000), 146,
2425
-
2434.


R.C. McKellar and K. Knight,

A combined discrete
-
continuous
model describing the lag phase of
Listeria monocytogenes, International
Journal of Food Microbiology, 2000,
vol. 54, pp. 171
-
180


A. Hinton, Jr. and J. A. Dickens,

Ability of formulations

of the
commercial herbal extract, Protecta, to
inhibit Listeria monocytogenes growth
in vitro, abstracts of papers from
Concurrent Meeting of The Southern
Poultry Science Society, 22nd Annual
Meeting The Southern Conference on
Avian Diseases, 42nd Annual
Meeting
January 15 & 16, 2001


Ann M. Flower,

SecG function and phospholipid
metabolism in Escherichia coli,
Journal of Bacteriology, March 2001,
Vol. 183, No. 6, pp. 2006
-
2012


David E. Nelson and Kevin D. Young,

Contributions of PBP 5 and DD
-
Carboxypept
idase Penicillin Binding
Proteins to Maintenance of Cell Shape
in Escherichia coli, Journal of
Bacteriology, May 2001, p. 3055
-
3064,
Vol. 183, No. 10


Dieter H. Weichart and Douglas B.
Kell,

Characterization of an autostimulatory
substance produced by Esc
herichia
coli, Microbiology (2001), 147, 1875
-
1885


Jamie M. Bacher and Andrew D.
Ellington,

Selection and Characterization of
Escherichia coli Variants Capable of
Growth on an Otherwise Toxic
Tryptophan Analogue, Journal of
Bacteriology, September 2001,
p.
5414
-
5425, Vol. 183, No. 18


R.J.W. Lambert, J. Joynson and B.
Forbes,

The relationships and susceptibilities
of some industrial, laboratory and
clinical isolates of Pseudomonas
aeruginosa to some antibiotics and
biocides, Journal of Applied
Microbiolo
gy, Volume 91, Issue 6,
Page 972
-
984, Dec 2001


R.J.W. Lambert, P.N. Skandamis, P.J.
Coote and G.
-
J.E. Nychas,

A study of the minimum inhibitory
concentration and mode ofaction of
oregano essential oil, thymol and
carvacrol, Journal of Applied
Microbiolog
y, Volume 91, Issue 3,
Page 453
-
462, Sep 2001


R.J.W. Lambert and M.D. Johnston,

The effect of interfering substances on
the disinfection process a
mathematical model, Journal of
Applied Microbiology, Volume 91,
Issue 3, Page 548
-
555, Sep 2001


R.J.W. La
mbert,

Advances in disinfection testing and
modelling, Journal of Applied
Microbiology, Volume 91, Issue 2,
Page 351
-
363, Aug 2001


McKellar, R.C.,

Development of a dynamic
continuous
-
discrete
-
continuous model
describing the lag phase of individual
bacter
ial cells, Journal of Applied
Microbiology, 2001, 90 (3), 407
-
413


Lambert RJ, Johnston MD,

Disinfection kinetics a new hypothesis
and model for the tailing of log
-
survivor/time curves, Journal of
Applied Microbiology, 2000, May,
88(5), 907
-
13


Johnston
MD, Simons EA, Lambert
RJ.,

One explanation for the variability of
the bacterial suspension test, Journal
of Applied Microbiology, 2000, Feb,
88(2), 237
-
242


Loewe, L., Textor, V. and Scherer, S.,

Construction of a system for the
detection of fitnessdiffe
rences under
experimental conditions (Ger.) [Aufbau
eines Systems für die Messung von
Fitnessunterschieden im Labor],
Institute for Microbiology, Freising,
Germany, Abstracts, 2001.


Anne M. Bronikowski, Albert F.
Bennett and Richard E. Lenski,

Evolutionar
y adaptation to
temperature. VIII. Effects of
temperature on growth rate in natural
isolates of Escherichia coli and
Salmonella enterica from different
thermal environments, Evolution,
2001, Vol. 55, No 1, 2001, pp. 33
-
40


Vaughn S. Cooper, Albert F. Benn
ett
and Richard E. Lenski,

Evolution of thermal dependence of
growth rate of Escherichia coli
populations during 20,000 generations
in a constant environment, Evolution,
2001, Vol. 55, No 5, 2001, pp. 889
-
896


Alistair J. Cullum, Albert F. Bennett
and Ric
hard E. Lenski,

Evolutionary adaption to temperature.
IX. Preadaptation to novel stressful
environments of Eschericia coli
adapted to high temperatures,
Evolution, 2001, Vol. 55, No 11, pp.
2194
-
2202


Plowman J and Peck MW,

Use of a novel method to charac
terize
the response of spores of non
-
proteolytic Clostridium botulinum types
B, E and F to a wide range of
germinants and conditions, Journal of
Applied Microbiology, 2002 vol. 92,
No. 4, pp. 681
-
694


Food
Microbiology.
Research

A. Gravesen, A.
-
M. Jydegaa
rd
Axelsen, J. Mendes da Silva, T. B.
Hansen, and S. Knochel,

Frequency of Bacteriocin Resistance
Development and Associated Fitness
Costs in Listeria monocytogenes,
Applied and Environmental
Microbiology, February 2002, Vol. 68,
No. 2, pp. 756
-
764


Robin
son TP, Aboaba OO, Kaloti A,
Ocio MJ, Baranyi J and Mackey BM,

The effect of inoculum size on the lag
phase of Listeria monocytogenes,
International Journal of Food
Microbiology, 2001, Oct 22, Vol. 70,
No. 1
-
2, pp.163
-
73


M. Cheroutre
-
Vialette and A. Lebe
rt,

Growth of Listeria monocytogenes as
a function of dynamic environment at
10 'C and accuracy of growth
predictions with available models,
Food Microbiology, 2000, 17, pp. 83
-
92


Zhennai Yang,

Inactivation of Gram
-
Negative Bacteria
by Lysozyme, Antimicr
obial
compounds and extracellular
polysaccharides produced by lactic
acid bacteria structures and
properties, Dissertation, University of
Helsinki, Faculty of Agriculture and
Forestry, Department of Food
Technology, March 2000, 61 pp.


van de Guchte M, Eh
rlich SD, Maguin
E.,

Production of growth
-
inhibiting factors
by Lactobacillus delbrueckii, Journal of
Applied Microbiology 2001
Jul;91(1)147
-
53


Jordan KN and Davies KW,

Sodium chloride enhances recovery
and growth of acid
-
stressed E. coli
O157H7, Letters

in Applied
Microbiology 2001, 32 (5), 312
-
315.


Martin Antonsen,

Carbohydrate fermentation by non
-
starter lactic acid bacteria isolated
from danbo cheese, Food Congress
2002, Future Food a scientific
perspective
-

January 16
-
17 2002 at
Danish Technical U
niversity
-

DTU,
Posters
-

abstracts on
-
line, 1 pp.


McKellar RC, Lu X and Knight KP.,

Proposal of a novel parameter to
describe the influence of pH on the lag
phase of Listeria monocytogenes,
International Journal of Food
Microbiology, 2001, vol. 73, Marc
h 11
No.(2
-
3), pp. 127
-
135


McKellar RC, Lu X and Knight KP.,

Growth pH does not affect the initial
physiological state parameter (pO) of
Listeria monocytogenes, International
Journal of Food Microbiology, 2001,
vol. 73, March 11 No.(2
-
3), pp. 137
-
144


C
ynthia M. Stewart, Martin B. Cole, J.
David Legan, Louise Slade, Mark H.
Vandeven and Donald W. Schaffner,

Staphylococcus aureus Growth
Boundaries: Moving towards
Mechanistic Predictive Models Based
on Solute
-
Specific Effects, Applied
and Environmental Mic
robiology, April
2002, Vol. 68, No. 4, p. 1864
-
1871


Ji
-
Sook Han and Dong
-
Hwa Shin,

Antimicrobial Activity of Lysimachia
clethroides Duby Extracts on Food
-
borne Microorganisms, Korean
Journal of Food Science and
Technology, 2001, Vol. 33, No. 6, pp.
774
-
7
83


Ji
-
Sook Han, Dong
-
Hwa Shin and
Nam
-
In Baek,

Identification of Growth Inhibitory
Substance on Food
-
borne
Microorganisms from Commiphora
molmol Engl. and Its Application to
Food Products, Korean Journal of
Food Science and Technology, 2001,
Vol. 33, No.

4, pp. 401
-
408


B. Leporq, INRA, France,

Experimental protocols and strain
variability of cardinal values (pH and
aw) of bacteria using Bioscreen C :
microbial and statistical aspects, The
18th International ICFMH (The
International Committee on Food
Mic
robiology and Hygiene)
Symposium, Food Micro 2002,
Microbial Adaptation to Changing
Environments, Lillehammer, Norway,
18
-
23 August 2002. (Title online)


Elena Barco Alcala,

[Elaboration of predictive models of
microbial growth for Escherichia coli
O157:H7
. Cooked meat product
validation], Elaboración de modelos
predictivos de crecimiento microbiano
para Escherichia coli O157:H7.
Validación en productos cárnicos
cocidos, (Spanish), Resúmenes de
Tesis Doctorales / Curso Académico
2000
-
01.(Summary), (Summary
online
-

PDF)


Rozenn Gardan, Ophélie Duché,
Sabine Leroy
-
Sétrin, the European
Listeria Genome Consortium, and
Jean Labadie,

Role of ctc from Listeria
monocytogenes in Osmotolerance,
Applied and Environmental
Microbiology, January 2003, p. 154
-
161, Vol. 69
, No. 1.


P. Courtin, V. Monnet and F. Rul,

Cell
-
wall proteinases PrtS and PrtB
have a different role in Streptococcus
thermophilus/Lactobacillus bulgaricus
mixed cultures in milk, Microbiology
(2002), 148, 3413
-
3421.


K.W. KIM, R.L. Thomas, C. Lee, K.T.

Hwang, X.G. Chen, H.J. Park, and
Y.T. Kim,

Antimicrobial activitivity of native,
degraded chitosan and
carboxymethylated chitosan, IFT
-

Institute of Food Technologists, 2002
Annual Meeting
-

Anaheim, California,
Session 29, Carbohydrate, 2:30 PM
-

4:35 P
M, Sunday, June 16, (Handout,
.ppt PowerPoint format)


Food QC

Kitzman, P.,

Prediction of total count of aerobic
microorganisms in meat and meat
products by automated turbidimetry,
Polish Journal of Food and Nutrition
Sciences, 1997, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 125
-
132


Jakob, R., Lippert, S. and Baumgart,
J.,

Automated turbidimetry for the rapid
differentiation and enumeration of
bacteria in food, International Journal
of Food Research and Technology,
1989, vol. 189, (2), pp. 147
-
148


Medical and
Pharmaceutical
Mi
crobiology

A. Georgopoulos, P. Bezecny, A.
Buxbaum and W. Graninger,

[Aktivität von Fosfomycin in
Kombination mit Ampicillin,
Gentamicin, Moxifloxacin, Vancomycin
und Teicoplanin gegenüber
Enterokokken mittels Bioscreen
-
C
-
Analyzer] (Ger.), Austrian Health
Communication, Antibiotika Monitor
-

5/6/2000


Jaakko Parkkinen, Leni von Bonsdorff,
Seija Peltonen, Carola Grönhagen
-
Riska and Katarina Rosenlöf,

Catalytically active iron and bacterial
growth in serum of haemodialysis
patients after i.v. iron
-
saccharate
administration, Nephrol Dial
Transplant (2000) 15: 1827
-
1834


Lambert RJ,

Susceptibility testing inoculum size
dependency of inhibition using the
Colworth MIC technique, Journal of
Applied Microbiology, 2000, Aug,
89(2), 275
-
9


Lambert RJ, Pearson J.,

Su
sceptibility testing accurate and
reproducible minimum inhibitory
concentration (MIC) and non
-
inhibitory
concentration (NIC) values, Journal of
Applied Microbiology, 2000, May,
88(5), 784
-
790


K. Meylears, A. Cerstiaens, E.
Vierstraete, G. Baggerman, C.W.

Michiels and A. De Loof, L. Schoofs,

Antimicrobial Compounds of Low
Molecular Mass are Constitutively
Present in Insects: Characterisation of
ß
-
Alanyl
-
Tyrosine, Current
Pharmaceutical Design, 2002, 8, pp.
99
-
110


E.B. Gelfand, E.Ts. Tsedenzhapov,
V.I. Ka
rabak, E.A. Alekseeva, A.N.
Bryukhov and B.R. Gelfand,

[Efficacy of Meropenem in the
Management of Abdominal Sepsis in
Surgical Patients] (Russ.), Antibiotiki i
Chimoterapia (Russ.), 2000, 45; 5
(Full Text online)


Effect of
Chemicals

Korkeala, H., Alanko,

T. and Tiusanen,
T.,

Effect of sodium nitrite and sodium
chloride on growth of lactic acid
bacteria, Acta Vet. Scand., 1992, vol.
33, (1), pp. 27
-
32


Experiments with
Yeast

Dirk Daelemans, Elena Afonina, Jakob
Nilsson, Gudrun Werner, Jorgen
Kjems, Erik D
e Clercq, George N.
Pavlakis, and Anne
-
Mieke Vandamme

A synthetic HIV
-
1 Rev inhibitor
interfering with the CRM1
-
mediated
nuclear export, Reprint (PDF) :
Proceedings of the National Academy
of Sciences, USA, Vol. 99, Issue 22,
14440
-
14445, October 29, 2002,

Published online before print October
9, 2002, 10.1073/pnas.212285299


Marianne D. De Backer, Ronald A. de
Hoogt, Guy Froyen, Frank C. Odds,
Fermin Simons, Roland Contreras and
Walter H. M. L. Luyten,

Single allele knock
-
out of Candida
albicans CGT1 lead
s to unexpected
resistance to hygromycin B and
elevated temperature, Microbiology
(2000), 146, 353
-
365.


Scientific Publications


Work Done


by Microbiology Reader Bioscreen C



(truncated list
-

complete list of publications is found at www.transgalactic.com)



Philip Groeneveld, Nicola Rolley,
Douglas B. Kell, Steven L. Kelly and
Diane E. Kelly

Metabolic Control Analysis and
engineering of the yeast sterol
b
iosynthetic pathway, 10th Meeting of
the International Study Group of
Biothermokinetics (BTK), September
7
-
10 2002, Bordeaux
-
Arcachon,
France, Abstract


Mitterdorfer G, Kneifel W and
Viernstein H,

Utilization of prebiotic carbohydrates
by yeasts of therap
eutic relevance,
Letters in Applied Microbiology 2001
Oct;33(4):251
-
255


K. J. Verstrepen, G. Derdelinckx, F. R.
Delvaux, J. Winderickx, J. M.
Thevelein, F. F. Bauer and I. S.
Pretorius,

Late Fermentation Expression of
FLO1 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae,
Jo
urnal of the American Society of
Brewing Chemists, 2001, Vol. 59, No
2, pp. 69
-
76


An Tanghe, Patrick Van Dijck,
Françoise Dumortier, Aloys
Teunissen, Stefan Hohmann and
Johan M. Thevelein,

Aquaporin Expression Correlates with
Freeze Tolerance in Baker's
Yeast,
and Overexpression Improves Freeze
Tolerance in Industrial Strains, Applied
and Environmental Microbiology,
December 2002, p. 5981
-
5989, Vol.
68, No. 12


Mikael Molin, Joakim Norbeck, and
Anders Blomberg,

Dihydroxyacetone kinases in
Saccharomyces c
erevisiae are
involved in detoxification of
dihydroxyacetone, Papers In Press,
published online ahead of print
October 24, 2002, J. Biol. Chem,
10.1074/Manuscript M203030200


Jasmine Viaene, Petra Tiels, Marc
Logghe, Sylviane Dewaele, Wim
Martinet and Rol
and Contreras,

MET15 as a visual selection marker
for Candida albicans, Yeast, 2000, 16
1205
-
1215


Veterinary
Microbiology

Litterio NJ, Rubio MR, Formentini EA,
Diaz DC, Picco EJ, Encinas T, Boggio
JC.,

Pharmacokinetics of miocamycin
following intravenous

administration to
cattle, Journal of Veterinary Medicine.
A, Physiology, Pathology, Clinical
Medicine, 2000, Feb, 47(1), 37
-
41


Louhi, M., Inkinen, K., Myllys, V. and
Sandholm, M.,

Relevance of Sensitivity Testings
(MIC) of Staphylococcus aureus to
predi
ct the antibacterial action in milk,
Journal of Veterinary Medicine, B,
1992, vol. 39, (4), pp. 253
-
262


Environmental
Microbiology

Reissbrodt R, Rienaecker I,
Romanova JM, Freestone PP, Haigh
RD, Lyte M, Tschape H and Williams
PH,

Resuscitation of Salmon
ella enterica
Serovar Typhimurium and
Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli
from the Viable but Nonculturable
State by Heat
-
Stable Enterobacterial
Autoinducer, Applied and
Environmental Microbiology, October
2002, Vol. 68, No. 10, pp. 4788
-
4794


Jukka Ahtiai
nen,

Microbiological tests and
measurements in the assessment of
harmful substances and pollution,
(2.2.1 Microbial toxicity test methods
on effluents, soil elutriates and
chemicals, Pseudomonas putida
growth inhibition test), Monographs of
the Boreal Envi
ronmental Research,
No. 22, 51 pp. 2002


Barbara Masschalck, Rob Van Houdt,
Ellen G. R. Van Haver, and Chris W.
Michiels,

Inactivation of Gram
-
Negative Bacteria
by Lysozyme, Denatured Lysozyme,
and Lysozyme
-
Derived Peptides
under High Hydrostatic Pressure,

Applied and Environmental
Microbiology, January 2001, p. 339
-
344, Vol. 67, No. 1


Ellis RJ, Timms
-
Wilson TM, Bailey MJ,

Identification of conserved traits in
fluorescent pseudomonads with
antifungal activity, Environmental
Microbiology, 2000, Jun, 2(3),
274
-
84


Mutagenicity and
Genotoxicity

Patrick T. Kimmitt, Colin R. Harwood
and Michael R. Barer.,

Toxin Gene Expression by Shiga
Toxin
-
Producing Escherichia coli the
Role of Antibiotics and the Bacterial
SOS Response, Emerging Infectious
Diseases, Sep
-
Oct

2000, vol. 6, (5),
11 pp. 458
-
465


Raabe, F., Janz, S., Wolff, G., Merten,
H., Landrock, A., Birkenfeld, T. and
Herzschuh, R.,

Genotoxicity assessment of waste
products of aluminum plasma etching
with the SOS chromotest, Mutation
Research, 1993, vol. 300
, pp. 99
-
109


Nylund, L., Rosenberg, C., Jäppinen,
P. and Vainio, H.,

Genotoxicity of kraft pulp spent liquors
from different types of chlorination
procedures, Mutation Research, 1994,
vol. 320, pp. 165
-
174


Microbiological
Assay

Labsystems Corp., Resear
ch Group,

Testing of cornflakes for vitamin B12
using a bioassay in a Labsystems
Bioscreen, Report, 1989, 6 pp, 8 fig


Skyttä, E. and Mattila
-
Sandholm, T.,

A quantitative method for assessing
bacteriocins and other food
antimicrobials by automated
turbidom
etry, Journal of
Microbiological Methods, 1991, vol.
14, pp. 77
-
88


Nylund, L. and Einistö, P.,

Mutagenicity testing of protein
-
containing and biological samples
using the Ames/Salmonella plate
incorporation test and the fluctuation
test, Mutation Research
, 1992, vol.
272, pp. 205
-
214


Growth Medium
Development

Christian Chervaux, S. Dusko Ehrlich,
and Emmanuelle Maguin,

Physiological Study of Lactobacillus
delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus Strains
in a Novel Chemically Defined
Medium, Environmental Microbiolo
gy,
December 2000, p. 5306
-
5311, Vol.
66, No. 12


John Conway, Helene Gaudreau and
Claude P. Champagne,

The effect of the addition of proteases
and glucanases during yeast autolysis
on the production and properties of
yeast extracts, Canadian Journal of
M
icrobiology, 2001, vol. 47, pp. 18
-
24


Anaerobic Work

Ralph, J.L.,

Evaluation of Supplementation of
Oxoid Anaerobe Basal Broth with
Oxyrase, A Study by Unipath Ltd,
Basingstoke, England, online
publication, 15 pp


Wejdemar, K.,

Identification of growth st
imulating
factors for the rumen bacteria
Butyrivibrio fibrisolvens, Eubacterium
cellulosolvens, Prevotella ruminicola
and Selenomonas ruminantium.,
Swedish University of Agricultural
Sciences, Department of Animal
Nutrition and Management, 1996, 15
pp.


Or
al Microbiology

Michael N. Hanna, Ronald J.
Ferguson, Yung
-
Hua Li, and Dennis
G. Cvitkovitch

uvrA Is an Acid
-
Inducible Gene
Involved in the Adaptive Response to
Low pH in Streptococcus mutans,
Journal of Bacteriology, October 2001,
p. 5964
-
5973, Vol. 183,
No. 20


Kamotsay K, Herczegh A, Rozgonyi F,
Nasz I, Gintner Z and Banoczy J.,

Effect of fluoride on cariogenic oral
microorganisms (an in vitro study) ,
Acta Microbiol Immunol Hung
2002;49(1):47
-
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