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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL REACTOR ENGINEERING Volume 1 2003 Article A39 Disinfecting E.coli Bacteria In Drinking Water Using A Novel Fluidized Bed Reactor. Mohammad F. Kabir∗ Farzana Haque† Elena Vaisman‡ Cooper H. Langford∗∗ Apostolos Kantzas†† ∗University of Calgary, Alberta, mkabir@ucalgary.ca †University of Calgary, fhaque@ucalgary.ca ‡University of Calgary, evaisman@ucalgary.ca ∗∗University of Calgary, chlangfo@ucalgary.ca ††University of Calgary, akantzas@ucalgary.ca ISSN 1542-6580 Copyright c©2003 by the authors. All rights reserved. Disinfecting E.coli

832 Notizen Phospholipids and ATPase Activity of Wild- the E . coli ATPase, since destruction of cardiolipin Type and ATPase Deficient and Uncoupled Mutants of E. coli Jan Ahlers, Theodor Günther Zentralinstitut für Biochemie und Biophysik der Freien Universität Berlin and Horst W. Peter Institut für Tierphysiologie und Angewandte Zoologie der Freien Universität Berlin (Z. Naturforsch. 30 c, 832 — 834 [1975] ; received August 18, 1975) Phospholipids, ATPase, E. coli, Mutants The ATPase activities and the amounts of individual phospholipids in E. coli wild

Immobilization of E. coli Cell as an Antigen by Radiation Polymerization Method lsao Kaetsu. Minoru Kumakura, Shintaro Kikuchi *, Shoichi Adachi *. and Mieko Suzuki * Takasaki Radiation Chemistry Research Establishment, Japan Atom ic Energy Research Institute, Takasaki. Gunma, Japan * Japan Immunoresearch Laboratories Co.. Ltd., Takasaki. G unma. Japan Z. Naturforsch. 38 c, 812 —814 (1983); received Novem ber 16. 1982/June 20, 1983 E. coli NIJ. Immobilization. Radiation Polymerization, Antigen, Antibody E. coli NIJ cells were immobilized by radiation

including cold, salt, heat and drought. Cloning of Os WRKY71 DNA binding domain containing region was performed followed by its functional characterization in E. coli against abiotic stresses. The data suggest that Os WRKY71 may be exploited as yet another target for making plants resistant to abiotic stresses. Materials and methods In silico analysis The Os WRKY71 gene sequence was used as a query in BLAST with NCBI database for homology search. CLUSTALW ( http://www.genome.jp/tools/clustalw/ ) online tool was used to align the protein sequences showing similarity

Wirkung von Neocarzinostatin auf E. co/i-Mutanten mit defekter DNA-Reparatur The Influence of Neocarzinostatin on the Colony Forming Ability of E. coli Mutants Deficient in DNA Repair D. Denklau, R. Stahl und W. Köhnlein Institut für Strahlenbiologie der Universität M ünster, H ittorfstraße 17, D-4400 Münster, Bundesrepublik Deutschland Z. Naturforsch. 44c, 791 — 796 (1989); received April 14/May 24, 1989 Neocarzinostatin, DNA Repair, E. coli, Hypotonie Buffer, Survival Curves The colony forming ability of E. coli mutants defective in D N A repair was

Inhibition of Mg, Ca-ATPase from E. coli by Ruthenium Red Franz Scherr and Theodor Günther Institut für Molekularbiologie und Biochemie, Freie Universität Berlin Z. Naturforsch. 33 c, 61 — 64 (1978) ; received November 3, 1977/ January 10, 1978 E. coli, ATPase, Ruthenium Red, Inhibition The membrane-bound, solubilized, and trypsin-treated forms of Mg, Ca-ATPase from E. coli are inhibited by ruthenium red[RR]. The inhibition is noncompetitive and is reduced at higher sub­ strate concentrations. rc-Butanol-extracted ATPase is not inhibited by ruthenium red and is

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL REACTOR ENGINEERING Volume 3 2005 Article A46 Use of CFD for Wastewater Disinfection Process Analysis: E.coli Inactivation with Peroxyacetic Acid (PAA) Domenico Santoro∗ Timothy A. Bartrand† Dennis J. Greene‡ Bakhtier Farouk∗∗ Charles N. Haas†† Michele Notarnicola‡‡ Lorenzo Liberti§ ∗Technical University of Bari, dsantoro@torjanuv.com †Drexel University, tab32@drexel.edu ‡Carollo Engineers, DGreene@carollo.com ∗∗Drexel University, bakhtier.farouk@drexel.edu ††Drexel University, haas@drexel.edu ‡‡Technical University of Bari

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL REACTOR ENGINEERING Volume 3 2005 Article A49 A Study of Fermentation for Human Interleukin-11 with Recombinant E. Coli Kaili Zhao∗ Yiru Gan† Zisheng Jason Zhang‡ ∗Tianjin University , zhaokaili2003@yahoo.com.cn †University of Ottawa and Tianjin University, ygan@uottawa.ca ‡University of Ottawa, zzhang@uottawa.ca ISSN 1542-6580 Copyright c©2005 by the authors. All rights reserved. A Study of Fermentation for Human Interleukin-11 with Recombinant E. Coli Kaili Zhao, Yiru Gan, and Zisheng Jason Zhang Abstract Recombinant human

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL REACTOR ENGINEERING Volume 10 2012 Article A52 Identifying the Optimum Process Parameters for Ultrasonic Cellular Disruption of E. Coli Raed A. Al-Juboori∗ Talal Yusaf† ∗Univeristy of Southern Queensland, RaedAhmed.Mahmood@usq.edu.au †Univeristy of Southern Queensland, yusaft@usq.edu.au ISSN 1542-6580 DOI: 10.1515/1542-6580.2937 Copyright c©2012 De Gruyter. All rights reserved. Identifying the Optimum Process Parameters for Ultrasonic Cellular Disruption of E. Coli∗ Raed A. Al-Juboori and Talal Yusaf Abstract The aim of this work

network has been used for identification of recombinant E. coli fed-batch fermentation based on experimental data. Biotechnological process considered in this paper is fed-batch cultivation of E. coli for producing γ-interferon protein. E. coli is one of the most widely used hosts for production of recombinant proteins because of rapid growth that leads to high-level protein production. Moreover, vast amount of studies have been done on it that collect a lot of information about it. These two reasons make E. coli popular and widely in used with respect to other