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Applied microbiology and biotechnology 44 (1996), S. 785-789
ISSN: 1432-0614
Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Topics: Biology , Process Engineering, Biotechnology, Nutrition Technology
Notes: Abstract  The acid tolerance of Leuconostoc oenos was examined in cells surviving at pH 2.6, which is lower than the acid limit of growth (about pH 3.0). Acid-adapted cells survived better than non-adapted cells. Tolerance to acid stress was found to be dependent upon the adaptive pH. Acid resistance was increased by an order of magnitude for cultures adapted to a pH of about 2.9. Inhibiting protein synthesis with chloramphenicol prior to acid shock revealed that acid adaptation may involve two separate systems, one of which appears to be independent of protein synthesis. The acid- resistant mutant LoV8413, isolated during a long-term survival screen at pH 2.6, was found to be able to grow in acidic media and was characterized by a high H+-ATPase activity at low pH. The data from electrophoretic analysis of total proteins labeled with [35S]methionine indicate that large amounts of a protein of 42 kDa molecular mass were produced within this acid-resistant mutant.
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Applied microbiology and biotechnology 44 (1996), S. 785-789
ISSN: 1432-0614
Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Topics: Biology , Process Engineering, Biotechnology, Nutrition Technology
Notes: Abstract The acid tolerance ofLeuconostoc oenos was examined in cells surviving at pH 2.6, which is lower than the acid limit of growth (about pH 3.0). Acid-adapted cells survived better than non-adapted cells. Tolerance to acid stress was found to be dependent upon the adaptive pH. Acid resistance was increased by an order of magnitude for cultures adapted to a pH of about 2.9. Inhibiting protein synthesis with chloramphenicol prior to acid shock revealed that acid adaptation may involve two separate systems, one of which appears to be independent of protein synthesis. The acid-resistant mutant LoV8413, isolated during a long-term survival screen at pH 2.6, was found to be able to grow in acidic media and was characterized by a high H+-ATPase activity at low pH. The data from electrophoretic analysis of total proteins labeled with [35S] methionine indicate that large amounts of a protein of 42 kDa molecular mass were produced within this acid-resistant mutant.
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Communications in mathematical physics 197 (1998), S. 347-360
ISSN: 1432-0916
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Topics: Mathematics , Physics
Notes: Abstract: We prove a conjecture by N.N. Nekhoroshev about the long-time stability of elliptic equilibria of Hamiltonian systems, without any Diophantine condition on the frequencies. Higher order terms of the Hamiltonian are used to provide convexity. The singularity of the action-angle coordinates at the origin is overcome by working in cartesian coordinates.
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Archives of microbiology 156 (1991), S. 444-448
ISSN: 1432-072X
Keywords: Transposon5 ; Xylose operon ; Transcriptional fusions ; ColE1 replication ; luxAB genes ; Escherichia coli ; Vibrio harveyi
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Topics: Biology
Notes: Abstract A ColE1-based plasmid for transcriptional gene fusions was constructed that contains both the promoterless luxAB genes of Vibrio harveyi and a tet marker within the inverted repeats of a left end-truncated Tn5 element. Introduction of this plasmid into an Escherichia coli strain containing a plasmid (pTF421) that overproduces ColE1 RNA1 (and thus inhibits replication of the ColE1 plasmid) allowed selection for cells that had a single copy of the luxAB operon transposed into the chromosome beginning 5 days post-transformation. The long latent period necessary for Tn5 transposition is analogous to that found in other systems, where transposition frequencies and mutation rates increase in a time-dependent manner when selected for upon prolonged incubation on Petri dishes under bacteriostatic conditions.
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The European physical journal 25 (2002), S. 459-464
ISSN: 1434-6052
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Topics: Physics
Notes: Abstract. We analyze here how future solar neutrino experiments could detect neutrino flux fluctuations due to magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) perturbations on the solar plasma. We state that if such time fluctuations are detected, this would provide a unique signature of the resonant spin-flavor precession (RSFP) mechanism as a solution to the solar neutrino problem.
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Archiv der Mathematik 67 (1996), S. 106-118
ISSN: 1420-8938
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Topics: Mathematics
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Archiv der Mathematik 75 (2000), S. 178-187
ISSN: 1420-8938
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Topics: Mathematics
Notes: Abstract. In this paper we proved that in a baric, power associative, F-algebra of finite dimension, there is an idempotent element of weight 1. When this algebra is alternative, with this idempotent we make the Peirce's decomposition. We define the nil radical as the maximal nil ideal. We proved that the bar-radical is the intersection of the nil radical with the square of $bar({\cal a})$ . All the results are naturally true for baric associative algebras of finite dimension.
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Pharmaceutical research 8 (1991), S. 1013-1020
ISSN: 1573-904X
Keywords: lidocaine ; conformations ; infrared (IR) ; nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) ; hydrogen bonding ; partition coefficients
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Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology
Notes: Abstract IR and 1H NMR studies in CDCl3 and CCl4 of a series of tertiary aminoxylidides with the amino group in the 2 to 6 position of the acyl chain are described. Lidocaine, diethylaminoaceto-2′,6′-xylidide, forms an intramolecular five-membered ring hydrogen-bonded monomer at all concentrations in both solvents. β-Diethyl-amino-propiono-2′,6′-xylidide forms an intramolecular six-membered ring hydrogen-bonded monomer in CDCl3 and CCl4 but a trans intermolecularly associated species is the major form present at high concentrations in CCl4. The longer-chain homologues are mixtures of nonassociated trans and cis monomers at low concentrations but associated trans forms predominate at high concentrations. Evidence for the presence of a hydrogen-bonded seven-membered ring intramolecular monomer in CDCl3 for γ-diethylaminobutyro-2′,6′-xylidide is presented. The relationship between the molecular conformation and the partition coefficient is discussed.
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Molecular genetics and genomics 242 (1994), S. 455-460
ISSN: 1617-4623
Keywords: Nickel ; celF ; katE ; luxAB
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Topics: Biology
Notes: Abstract From a library of 3000 Escherichia coli clones, each containing a single, chromosomally located luxAB transcriptional gene fusion, one clone was found in which luminescence increased in the presence of 1 to 50 ppm of NiSO4. A molecular analysis revealed that the insertion occurred within the celF gene of E. coli. This gene encodes the phospho-β-glucosidase involved in cleavage of the sugars cellobiose, salicin and arbutin. Cloning and sequencing of DNA downstream of the celF gene revealed three open reading frames (potentially encoding polypeptides of 9.9, 14.1 and 28.5 kDa) that could be coexpressed with the celF gene and that may underlie the observed induction of the celF gene by nickel. A polypeptide of 26 kDa was produced when this region was placed under the control of the P tac promoter. Moreover, this region was found to be directly adjacent to, and transcribed in the opposite orientation from, the katE gene of E. coli.
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Protoplasma 185 (1995), S. 28-36
ISSN: 1615-6102
Keywords: Carrot hypocotyl explant ; Flow cytometry ; Somatic embryogenesis ; Ultrastructure
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Topics: Biology
Notes: Summary The cellular events occurring in carrot hypocotyl explants during long-term and pulse treatment with 2,4-D were followed using different techniques (light and transmission electron microscopy, flow cytometry, PCNA staining). Different morphogenetic pathways were induced under the various experimental conditions. Nevertheless, in the explants the activated cells were the same (provascular cells) and they showed very similar structural and ultrastructural changes. The long-term treatment with 2,4-D induced rapid re-activation of the cell cycle.
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