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Azotobacter Vinelandii


  • The multiple copies of the beta-lactamase gene do not seem to be present on a single chromosome, as evident from the fragment obtained by digestion of cellular DNA with the appropriate restriction endonuclease.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • RhdA contains a unique sequence stretch around the catalytic cysteine, and the data here presented suggest a possible divergent physiological function of A. vinelandii sulfurtransferase.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • The general scheme for obtaining the biocomposite material is presented in Fig. 1.[bioresources.cnr.ncsu.edu]
  • Is the report presented correctly and well written? See iGEM Reviewer Instructions for more information. Please leave your review as a comment below the Report.[blogs.plos.org]
  • Especially in (pathogenic) bacteria colonizing the human body a plethora of bacterial responses to innate stresses such as pH, reactive nitrogen and oxygen species and antibiotic stress are being described.[books.google.es]
  • […] community - prokaryotes 02024 Quorum sensing Cell motility 02030 Bacterial chemotaxis 02040 Flagellar assembly Human Diseases Drug resistance: Antimicrobial 01501 beta-Lactam resistance 01502 Vancomycin resistance 01503 Cationic antimicrobial peptide (CAMP[kegg.jp]
  • Growth in minimal medium does not result in the spectacular changes of ploidy observed during rapid growth; this observation suggests that the polyploidy of A. vinelandii may not exist outside the laboratory.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Simulations suggest that AvBF reduces O(2) directly to H(2)O without intermediate H(2)O(2) formation.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • The electrospun membrane, however, exhibited significantly higher cell density than the cast film suggesting that the fibrous morphology enables better nutrients transfer.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • The kinetics of renaturation of DNA of A. vinelandii is suggestive of complexity similar to that of Escherichia coli. The DNA content of A. vinelandii, however, is 40 times that of E. coli.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]


Afipia Felis
  • ., Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Bordetella pertussis, Rhodobacter capsulatus, Afipia felis, Thiobacillus ferrooxidans, Caulobacter crescentus CB15) will have the same oxidative stress response.[pnas.org]


  • […] attempt is made to not only cover model systems but give a broad overview of the stress-responsive regulatory systems in a variety of bacteria, including medically important bacteria, where elucidation of certain aspects of these systems could lead to treatment[books.google.es]
  • Because of the heat treatment, the main components of the wood underwent significant changes.[bioresources.cnr.ncsu.edu]
  • OD 600 was measured after 12 h of treatment.[blogs.plos.org]
  • A 200 μL-aliquot of each treatment was placed into 5-ml vials, frozen at -196 C by using liquid nitrogen, and desiccated under vacuum at 1.0 hPa in a Heto Power Dry PL9000 Freeze Dryer (Thermo Corporation, USA).[scielo.org.co]
  • The ends of the plasmids were made blunt by treatment with Klenow fragment and used for cloning a blunted MluI gentamicin cassette obtained from pBSL98 [ 21 ].[journals.plos.org]


  • Both Nif pseudorevertant strains were able to grow in N-free media lacking molybdenum but containing tungsten (conditions that prevented growth of the wild-type strain).[pnas.org]
  • Chloramphenicol prevented the formation of the enzyme and inhibited nitrogen fixation in whole cells, but had no effect on cell-free enzyme activity.[nrcresearchpress.com]
  • Similarly, Rojas-Tapias et al. (2012) demonstrated the role of A. chroococcum C5 and C9 to prevent saline stress in maize.[scielo.org.co]
  • As nitrogenase is essential for providing a nitrogen source when nitrogen is depleted, knockout of nifHDK could prevent the T7 system from being suppressed.[blogs.plos.org]
  • Thus, the alginate phenotype of mutant GG15 would prevent a reliable assessment of the CbrA role on the growth on different carbon sources.[nature.com]

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