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A variety of different pretreatments can improve the performance of enzymes in nonpolar reaction media. These pretreatments have primarily been studied in isolation; however, interactions between some pairs of pretreatments are known to exist. The presence of these interactions complicates the...
Municipal solid waste (MSW) and sewage sludge (SS) were combined and anaerobically converted into carboxylate salts by using a mixed culture of acid-forming microorganisms. MSW is an energy source and SS is a source of nutrients. In this study, MSW and SS were combined, so they complemented each...
Genetic engineering allows modification of bacterial and bacteriophage genes, which code for surface proteins, enabling display of random peptides on the surface of these microbial vectors. Biologic peptide libraries thus formed are used for high-throughput screening of clones bearing peptides...
The antioxidant activity of a novel artificial glutathione peroxidase-like enzyme, selenium-containing glutathione 5-transferase from Lucilia cuprina (seleno-LuGST1-1), was studied by using a ferrous sulfate/ascorbate-induced mitochondrial damage model system. Swelling of mitochondria, lipid...
Immobilized biocatalysts, including particulate enzymes, represent an attractive tool for research and industrial applications because they combine the specificity of native enzymes with the advantage that they can be readily separated from end product and reused. We demonstrated the use of the...
In general, it is accepted that the production of bacteriocins in lactic acid bacteria cultures implies moderately to highly restrictive conditions regarding the availability of oxygen. However, the situation appears to be more complex, probably owing to the facultative anaerobic character of...
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