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Eukaryotic algae were studied to determine their ability to biotransform Hg II under aerated and pH controlled conditions. All algae converted Hg II into β-HgS and Hg 0 to varying degrees. When Hg II was administered as HgCl 2 to the algae, biotransformation by species of Chlorophyceae (...
Nodulation of common bean was explored in six oases in the south of Tunisia. Nineteen isolates were characterized by PCR–RFLP of 16S rDNA. Three species of rhizobia were identified, Rhizobium etli , Rhizobium gallicum and Sinorhizobium meliloti . The diversity of the symbiotic genes was then...
An unusual propionigenic bacterium was isolated from the intestinal tract of the soil-feeding termite Thoracotermes macrothorax. Strain TmPN3 is a motile, long rod that stains gram-positive, but reacts gram-negative in the KOH test. It forms terminal endospores and ferments lactate, glucose,...
Microbial flavohaemoglobins are proteins with homology to haemoglobins from higher organisms, but clearly linked to nitric oxide (NO) metabolism by bacteria and yeast. hmp mutant strains of several bacteria are hypersensitive to NO and related compounds and hmp genes are up-regulated by the...
The anaerobe Eubacterium acidaminophilum has been shown to contain an uncharacterized peroxidase, which may serve to protect the sensitive selenoproteins in that organism. We purified this peroxidase and found that it was identical with the substrate-specific “protein B”-complex of glycine...
Protein kinase C (PKC) is a family of serine/threonine kinases that regulate many different cellular processes such as cell growth and differentiation in eukaryotic cells. Using specific polyclonal antibodies raised against mammalian PKC isoforms, it was demonstrated here for the first time that...
We investigated the regulation of the two of the three groE operons ( cpn.1 and cpn.2 ) of the root-nodulating bacterium R. leguminosarum strain A34. Both are heat inducible, and both have a CIRCE sequence in their upstream regions, suggesting regulation by an HrcA repressor. Mutagenesis of the...
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