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regulation of a ligand-mediated association-dissociation system of anthranilate synthesis in clostridium butyricum.the anthranilate synthetase of clostridium butyricum is composed of two nonidentical subunits of unequal size. an enzyme complex consisting of both subunits is required for glutamine utilization in the formation of anthranilic acid. formation of anthranilate will proceed in the presence of partially pure subunit i provided ammonia is available in place of glutamine. partially pure subunit ii neither catalyzes the formation of anthranilate nor possesses anthranilate-5-phosphoribosylpyrophosphate ...19744813894
phospholipids of clostridium butyricum. v. effects of growth temperature on fatty acid, alk-1-enyl ether group, and phospholipid composition.many anaerobic bacteria have a high proportion of 1-alk-1'-enyl ethers (plasmalogens) among their phospholipids. we have examined the effects of growth temperature on the phospholipid, fatty acid, and alk-1-enyl group compositions of clostridium butyricum. when the growth temperature was decreased from 37 degrees c to 25 degrees c, the proportion of glycerol phosphoglycerides (the sum of phosphatidylglycerol and the corresponding plasmalogen) increased at the expense of the ethanolamine and n-me ...19744415053
the effect of oxygen on the germination and outgrowth of clostridium butyricum spores and changes in the oxidation-reduction potential of cultures. 19744416207
[therapeutic experiments with spores of strain clostridium butyricum and cyclophosphamide in jensen sarcoma, walker carcinoma, and ds carcinosarcoma of the rat (author's transl)]. 19744447441
[demonstration of neuraminidase in clostridium pseudotetanicum (author's transl)]. 19744453431
[the behaviour of clostridium butyricum in the early ehrlich-carcinoma of the mouse-investigations on the tumour-clostridium-phenomenon (author's transl)]. 19744603881
an investigation of the oxidation-reduction potential and of the effect of oxygen on the germination and outgrowth of clostridium butyricum spores, using platinum electrodes. 19734787611
[therapeutic studies of clostridium butyricum spores, cyclophosphamide and prednisolone in amelanotic melanoma in syrian gold hamsters]. 19734802043
[inactivation of pyruvate-formiate lyase from clostridium butyricum]. 19724649797
[therapeutic attempt with clostridium butyricum spores and cyclophosphamide in jensen's sarcoma of the rat]. 19724650820
metabolism of polychlorinated norbornenes by clostridium butyricum. 19724555441
[treatment of malignant tumors with spores of clostridium butyricum m 55. 3. therapeutic experiments on metastasizing tumors of various organs]. 19724560621
[treatment of malignant tumors using spores of clostridium butyricum m 55. i. basic principles and development of the influencing of malignant tumors by microorganisms]. 19725053752
[treatment of malignant tumors with spores of clostridium butyricum m 55. iv. serological studies on tumor-bearing patients]. 19725069161
regulation of the tryptophan synthetic enzymes in clostridium butyricum.experiments concerned with the regulation of the tryptophan synthetic enzymes in anaerobes were carried out with a strain of clostridium butyricum. enzyme activities for four of the five synthetic reactions were readily detected in wild-type cells grown in minimal medium. the enzymes mediating reactions 3, 4, and 5 were derepressed 4- to 20-fold, and the data suggest that these enzymes are coordinately controlled in this anaerobe. the first enzyme of the pathway, anthranilate synthetase, could b ...19725079066
[the effect of clostridium butyricum (strain m 55) on human kininogen and its significance for the process of oncolysis]. 19724144944
[immunological mechanism affecting oncolysis by clostridium butyricum]. 19724258924
inactivation of the pyruvate formate lyase of clostridium butyricum. 197211946805
[consumption of molecular oxygen by cell suspensions of clostridium butyricum]. 19715129016
fatty acyl-acyl carrier protein and fatty acyl-coa as acyl donors in the biosynthesis of phosphatidic acid in clostridium butyricum. 19715135502
phospholipids of clostridium butyricum. iv. analysis of the positional isomers of monounsaturated and cyclopropane fatty acids and alk-1'-enyl ethers by capillary column chromatography.the positional isomers of the cyclopropane fatty acids of clostridium butyricum phospholipids have been analyzed by capillary column gas-liquid chromatography. greater than 95% of the methylenehexadecanoic acids was the 9,10 isomer. on the other hand, 60-70% of the hexadecenoic acid precursors was the delta(7) isomer, and the remainder was the delta(9) isomer. of the methyleneoctadecanoic acids 75-80% was the 11,12 isomer, with the remainder being the 9,10 isomer. there were approximately equal ...19715554109
studies on neutral lipids and a new type of aldehydogenic ethanolamine phospholipid in clostridium butyricum. 19715573235
[structure of clostridia of the butyric group. i. sporulation of clostridium butyricum and clostridium saccharobutyricum]. 19714927234
[cultivation of clostridium butyricum, strain m 55. ii. cultivation in meat extract media]. 19714932521
iron reduction and gley formation by nitrogen-fixing clostridia.studies on iron reduction and the mechanism of gley formation by nitrogen-fixing clostridia are reported. up to 10(6) cells/g soil of anaerobic, nitrogen-fixing clostridia, capable of reducing iron (iii)-oxide, were counted in samples taken from various top soils. in a gleyed subsoil as many as 10(5) bacteria per g soil, capable of reducing and fixing nitrogen, were enumerated using the most probable number technique. in general, the ratio of the auxotrophic iron reducing clostridia (glucose+yea ...197128310760
total counts of bacillus megaterium and clostridium butyricum spore suspensions using a microlitre syringe. 19704995937
a study of the effect of carbon dioxide on the germination and outgrowth of spores of spores of clostridium butyricum using a slide culture technique. 19704930564
[cultivation of clostridium butyricum m 55 strain. 1. cultivation in peptone-containing media]. 19704923792
formation of acyl and alkenyl glycerol derivatives in clostridium butyricum. 19705417192
the effect of oxygen on the germination and outgrowth of spores of clostridium butyricum. 19705516595
enzymic reduction of long-chain acyl-coa to fatty aldehyde and alcohol by extracts of clostridium butyricum. 19704394389
comparative aspects of fatty acid activation in escherichia coli and clostridium butyricum. 196911946314
involvement of acyl carrier protein in acylation of glycerol 3-phosphate in clostridium butyricum. i. purification of clostridium butyricum acyl carrier protein and synthesis of long chain acyl derivatives of acyl carrier protein. 19676065089
the amino acid sequence of clostridium butyricum ferredoxin. 19676078085
phospholipids of clostridium butyricum. 3. further studies on the origin of the aldehyde chains of plasmalogens. 19675633398
involvement of acyl carrier protein in acylation of glycerol 3-phosphate in clostridium butyricum. ii. evidence for the participation of acyl thioesters of acyl carrier protein. 19674863741
the amino acid sequence of clostridium butyricum ferredoxin. 19665227671
[on the synthesis of alanine and aspartate from acetate and co2 in clostridium butyricum]. 19665961231
[sporulation and germination in clostridium butyricum m 55. electron microscopic studies]. 19665995381
[study of factors controlling growth and sporulation of clostridium butyricum. ii. factors related to growth]. 19655825526
[study of factors controlling the growth and sporulation of clostridium butyricum. i. composition of the culture medium]. 19655847938
phospholipids of clostridium butyricum. studies on plasmalogen composition and biosynthesis. 196514285491
n-methyl groups in bacterial lipids.goldfine, howard (harvard medical school, boston, mass.), and martha e. ellis. n-methyl groups in bacterial lipids. j. bacteriol. 87:8-15. 1964.-the ability of bacteria to synthesize lecithin was examined by measuring the incorporation of the methyl group of methionine into the water-soluble moieties obtained on acid hydrolysis of bacterial lipids. of 21 species examined, mostly of the order eubacteriales, only 2, agrobacterium radiobacter and a. rhizogenes, incorporated the methyl group of meth ...196414102879
oncolysis by clostridia. i. activity of clostridium butyricum (m-55) and other nonpathogenic clostridia against the ehrlich carcinoma. 196414115686
[a possibility of cultivation of clostridium butyricum on synthetic media]. 196414195418
composition of the aldehydes of clostridium butyricum plasmalogens. cyclopropane aldehydes. 196414209938
spheroidal and polyhedral forms of clostridium butyricum induced by penicillin. 196314051814
[on the mechanism of killing ascites cancer cells by clostridium butyricum]. 196314085705
the characterization and biosynthesis of an n-methylethanolamine phospholipid from clostridium butyricum. 196213899760
[on the measurement of oxygen pressure in the spores of germinating clostridium butyricum]. 196214042127
degradation of pyruvate by micrococcus lactilyticus ii. : studies of cofactors in the formate-exchange reaction.mccormick, n. g. (university of washington, seattle), e. j. ordal, and h. r. whiteley. degradation of pyruvate by micrococcus lactilyticus. ii. studies of cofactors in the formate-exchange reaction. j. bacteriol. 83:899-906. 1962.-enzyme preparations from micrococcus lactilyticus(2) are rendered inactive with respect to formate exchange by treatment with charcoal or dowex-50, by dialysis, or by fractionation with ammonium sulfate. the activity may be completely restored by a "kochsaft" preparati ...196216561937
[on spore formation by clostridium butyricum prazm]. 196013739415
[the effect of nisin on clostridium butyricum prazm]. 196013739416
carbon dioxide activation in the pyruvate clastic system of clostridium butyricum. 195913672938
reversal of pyruvate oxidation in clostridium butyricum. 195913672939
[nitrogen metabolism in a new species of clostridium butyricum prazhmowsky producing butyl alcohol]. 195914417427
influence of media on the counts of clostridium butyricum in soils. 195813541402
[research on the effect of ascorbic acid, metabolic poisons and other factors on metabolism of clostridium butyricum prazm]. 195613340833
cofactors of the carbon dioxide exchange reaction of clostridium butyricum. 195513242561
[not available]. 195413161237
[phosphorylating action of glucose by enzymatic extract of clostridium butyricum. iii. coupled reaction between triosephosphate dehydrogenase and certain enzymes of lynen's fatty acid cycle]. 195413199951
[phosphorylating action of glucose by enzymatic extract of clostridium butyricum. iv. coupled reactions between triosephosphate dehydrogenase and certain enzymes of lynen's fatty acid cycle]. 195413199988
cofactors of the phosphoroclastic reaction of clostridium butyricum. 195313129255
[a polysaccharide isolated from clostridium butyricum]. 195212976749
[phosphorylation of glucose by an enzyme extract of clostridium butyricum]. 195212979303
amylases of clostridium butyricum and a streptococcus isolated from the rumen of the sheep. 195213018299
the utilization of nitrogen in various compounds by clostridium pasteurianum. 195114832186
the amylase of clostridium butyricum. 195114838859
[effect of oxidation-reduction of the culture medium on fixation of mellucular nitrogen in clostridium pasteurianum]. 195114860042
[physiological research on endosporus azotophagus (tchan and pochon 1950) nitrogen fixator]. 195014799967
effect of molybdenum on nitrogen fixation by clostridium butyricum. 194621001937
conductivity as a measure of vitality and death.the conductance of laminaria, saccharomyces, bacillus coli and bacillus butyricus, chlorella, and of red blood cells has been studied by the writer's method, and laminaria by that of osterhout. for the material studied it has been found that: 1. the conductance of living tissue is closely proportionate to, and determined by that of the surrounding fluid with which it is apparently in equilibrium. changes in the conductance of the fluid are quickly followed by compensatory changes in that of the ...192319872003
the effect of hydrogen ion concentration on the production of carbon dioxide by bacillus butyricus and bacillus subtilis.1. the maximum rate of co(2) production of bacillus butyricus was found to be at a ph value of 7; of bacillus subtilis at ph 6.8. if the ph value be raised or lowered there is a progressive decrease in the rate of production of co(2). 2. spontaneous recovery follows the addition of alkali to either organism, while addition of acid is followed by recovery only upon addition of an equivalent amount of alkali, and is not complete except when the amount of acid is very small.192119871925
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