By Allen I. Laskin
An eclectic quantity of topical studies on all facets of utilized microbiology. It comprises 14 accomplished stories of present study in utilized microbiology.
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1997). Its expression in E. coli was found to be identical to that in A. victoriae (Inouye and Tsuji, 1994b), indicating that the gene itself contains all the information necessary for the posttranslational synthesis of the chromophore with no jellyfish-specific enzymes being needed. , 1996), Drosophila melanogaster (Brand, 1995), plants (Haseloff and Amos, 1995), Dictyostelium 36 HINDE et al. (Hodgkinson, 1995), as well as a wide range of bacteria such as E. , 1998) and Pseudomonas spp. , 1998, 1999; Joyner and Lindow, 2000).