Pcr-based typing studies on lactobacillus plantarum strains.

Dede, Filiz


PCR cloning and heterologous expression of Scytalidium thermophilum laccase gene in Aspergillus sojae
Koçlar, Gülden; Ögel, Zümrüt Begüm; Department of Biotechnology (2005)
In this study, Scytalidium thermophilum laccase gene was first cloned into E. coli and then heterologously expressed in A. sojae. S. thermophilum is a thermophilic fungus with an important role in determining selectivity of compost produced for growing Agaricus bisporus. S. thermophilum laccase gene was first cloned by Novo Nordisk Bio Tech, Inc. in 1998. This laccase gene (lccS) has an open reading frame of 2092bp. It is composed of five exons punctuated by four small introns. The coding region, excluding ...
PCR amplication, cloning and sequencing of the gene coding for Salivaricin B and partial characterisation of the bacteriocin produced by lactobacillus salivarius M7
Çataloluk, Osman; Gürakan, Candan; Vossen Vander, Jos M.B.M.; Department of Biotechnology (1998)
PCR-based isolation, cloning and expression of streptokinase gene from a group C streptococcus equisimilis in E.Coli
Roohvand, Farzin; Gündüz, Ufuk; Farhoodi-Moghadam, Ali A.; Department of Biotechnology (1998)
PCR with degenerate primers amplifies a subgenomic DNA fragment from the endoglucanase gene(s) of Torula thermophila, a thermophilic fungus
Ozturk, ZN; Ögel, Zümrüt Begüm (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2000-10-01)
The aim of this study was to enable the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplification of DNA fragments within endoglucanase gene(s) of Torula thermophila, by using degenerate primers so that the amplified fragment(s) could be used as homologous probe(s) for cloning of full-length endoglucanase gene(s). The design of the degenerate PCR primers was mainly based on the endoglucanase sequences of other fungi. The endoglucanase gene sequence of Humicola insolens was the only sequence from a thermophilic fungus p...
PCB sources and degradation in sediments of Ashtabula River, Ohio, USA, determined from receptor models
İmamoğlu, İpek; Chrıstensen, Er (2002-01-01)
The PCB pollution in Ashtabula River sediments was evaluated using a factor analysis (FA) model with non-negative constraints, and a chemical mass balance (CMB) model The FA model identified Aroclor 1248 as the major PCB source, and also a congener pattern significantly different from that of any Aroclor The CMB model that uses linear combinations of Aroclors, failed to reproduce the sample congener profiles with good statistical fit The findings from both models indicate that the PCBs in Ashtabula River se...
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F. Dede, “Pcr-based typing studies on lactobacillus plantarum strains.,” Middle East Technical University, 2002.