The G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) superfamily represents the most important class of pharmaceutical targets Therefore the characterization of receptor cascades and their ligands is a prerequisite to discovering novel drugs Quantification of agonist-induced second messengers and downstream-coupled kinase activities is central to characterization of GPCRs or other pathways that Xanthobacter autotrophicus explained Xanthobacter autotrophicus is a Gram-positive aerobic pleomorphic and nitrogen-fixing bacteria from the family of Xanthobacteraceae which has been isolated from black pool sludge in Germany Xanthobacter autotrophicus can utilize 1 2-dichloroethane methanol and propane Further reading Larsen RA Wilson MM Guss AM

Stability and performance of Xanthobacter autotrophicus

Stability and performance of Xanthobacter autotrophicus GJ10 during 1 2-dichloroethane biodegradation By Ines I R Baptista Ludmila G Peeva Ning-Yi Zhou David J Leak Athanasios Mantalaris and Andrew G Livingston Cite BibTex Full citation Abstract A nucleic acid-based approach was used to investigate the dynamics of a microbial community dominated by Xanthobacter autotrophicus

Its relative stability is attributed to the fact that it is the By analogy to the well-studied mechanism of another haloalkane dehalogenase (DhlA) from Xanthobacter autotrophicus the catalytic mechanism of LinB is proposed to involve an interaction of the substrate with the catalytic triad (D108 H272 and E132 i e nucleophile-histidine-acid) and a group of halide-stabilizing residues

Beschrieben wird ein Verfahren zur mikrobiologischen Aufbereitung von Wasser insbesondere zur Aufbereitung von Abwssern aus der Halbleiterproduktion wobei das aufzubereitende Wasser in einem Bioreaktor mit Mikroorganismen behandelt wird von denen mindestens 70 % 2-Propanol und/oder Aceton abbauen knnen Ferner werden ein solcher Bioreaktor eine Wasseraufbereitungsanlage mit

The G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) superfamily represents the most important class of pharmaceutical targets Therefore the characterization of receptor cascades and their ligands is a prerequisite to discovering novel drugs Quantification of agonist-induced second messengers and downstream-coupled kinase activities is central to characterization of GPCRs or other pathways that

This corrects the article Stability and Performance of Xanthobacter autotrophicus GJ10 during 1 2-Dichloroethane Biodegradation in volume 72 on page 4411 Volume 72 no 6 p 4411-4418 2006 Page 4413: "between the number of common bands" should read "between two times the number of common bands " Page 4418 column 1: Reference 9 should read as follows REFERENCES 9 Emanuelsson

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Baptista IIR Peeva LG Zhou NY Leak DJ Mantalaris A Livingston AG (2006) Stability and performance of Xanthobacter autotrophicus GJ10 during 1 2-dichloroethane biodegradation Appl Environ Microbiol 72:4411–4418 CrossRef Google Scholar Boon N Top EM Verstraete W Siciliano SD (2003) Bioaugmentation as a tool to protect the structure and function of an activated-sludge microbial

Strains of Xanthobacter autotrophicus the type species were originally described as Corynebacterium autotrophicum (Baumgarten et al 1974) and as "Gram-positive Knallgas bacteria "They became of interest when Gogotov and Schlegel (1974) found that a strain named "7c" could grow chemolithoautotrophically and use molecular nitrogen (N 2) as nitrogen source a property otherwise

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Aims: To develop a PCR‐based tracking method for the detection of a subset of bacteria in drinking water distribution systems capable of degrading haloacetic acids (HAAs) Methods and Results: Published degenerate PCR primers were used to determine that 54% of tap water samples (7/13) were positive for a deh gene indicating that drinking water distribution systems may harbour bacteria

We developed a continuous culture supplemented with a biostimulation agent named BD-C which is formulated from canola oil and Xanthobacter autotrophicus strain GJ10 for an aerobic dichloromethane (DCM)-dechlorinating microorganism The continuous culture was a chemostat constructed using a 1 L screw-capped bottle containing artificial wastewater medium with 2 0 mM

performance of mutant enzymes: stability substrate binding and substrate turnover We used these methods to generate variants of Xanthobacter autotrophicus haloalkane dehalogenase (DhlA) that exhibit enantioselectivity and enhanced catalytic activity towards 3-chloro-1- butyne Initial calculations with multiple structural models of the wild-type enzyme revealed a considerable spread in the

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Stability and performance of Xanthobacter autotrophicus GJ10 during 1 2-dichloroethane biodegradation Ines I R Baptista Ludmila G Peeva Ning-Yi Zhou David J Leak Athanasios Mantalaris Andrew G Livingston Department of Biology Biochemistry Research output: Contribution to journal › Article 21 Citations (Scopus) Abstract A nucleic acid-based approach was used to investigate the

Strains of Xanthobacter autotrophicus have been isolated from a submerged fixed-film reactor with denitrifying capacity and they reduce nitrate or nitrite to nitrous oxide or dinitrogen (Gmez et al 2005) Some species of Xanthobacter fix nitrogen and some produce extracellular polymeric substances under harsh conditions (Wiegel 2006)

Aims: To develop a PCR‐based tracking method for the detection of a subset of bacteria in drinking water distribution systems capable of degrading haloacetic acids (HAAs) Methods and Results: Published degenerate PCR primers were used to determine that 54% of tap water samples (7/13) were positive for a deh gene indicating that drinking water distribution systems may harbour bacteria

In the structural determination of l-2-haloacid dehalogenase from Xanthobacter autotrophicus GJ10 complexed with l-2-mono-chloropropionate and monochloroacetate the nucleophilic Asp 8 interaction with surrounding charged and polar amino acids constitutes the formation of a covalent enzyme-ester intermediate which is subsequently hydrolyzed by water

Xanthobacter autotrophicus explained Xanthobacter autotrophicus is a Gram-positive aerobic pleomorphic and nitrogen-fixing bacteria from the family of Xanthobacteraceae which has been isolated from black pool sludge in Germany Xanthobacter autotrophicus can utilize 1 2-dichloroethane methanol and propane Further reading Larsen RA Wilson MM Guss AM