Transfection of of streptococus thermophilus by electroporation to improve yoğurt culture

Diker, Tüzün Esra


Transgenic potato lines expressing hairpin RNAi construct of molting-associated EcR gene exhibit enhanced resistance against Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata, Say)
Hussain, Tahira; Aksoy, Emre; Çalışkan, Mehmet Emin; Bakhsh, Allah (2019-02-01)
© 2019, Springer Nature Switzerland AG.Most of the commercialized insect resistant transgenic crops express cry gene(s) isolated from Bacillus thuringiensis; however, intensive cultivation of Bt crops over almost two decades has been questioned regarding its sustainability and durability in pest management. The present study focused on silencing of highly specific molting-associated Ecdysone receptor (EcR) gene of Colorado potato beetle (CPB) using RNA interference (RNAi) approach. The partial cDNA of EcR g...
Biohydrogen production from unpretreated cow manure by hyperthermophilic Caldicellulosiruptor bescii
Tunca, Berivan; KUTLAR, FERİDE ECE; KAŞ, AYKUT; Yılmazel Tokel, Yasemin Dilşad (2021-09-08)
Recombinant protein production by sucrose-utilizing Escherichia coli W: untreated beet molasses-based feeding strategy development
Akdag, Burcu; Çalık, Pınar (2015-06-01)
BACKGROUNDUntreated beet molasses feeding strategy was developed for recombinant thermostable glucose isomerase (GI) production by sucrose-utilizing Escherichia coli W.
Biosorption of Strontium from Aqueous Solutions by Micrococcus luteus Sr02
İçgen, Bülent (Informa UK Limited, 2018-01-01)
Although strontium (Sr2+) is found in soils, sediments and surface waters, there is limited evidence about its biosorption. In this study, a surface water strain being highly tolerant to Sr2+ was isolated and identified as Micrococcus luteus Sr02 by using 16S rRNA sequencing. Biosorption behavior and mechanisms of Sr2+ by M. luteus Sr02 were investigated through batch experiments, zeta potential measurements, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy. The results showed that M...
Biodegradation of the Allelopathic Chemical Pterostilbene by a Sphingobium sp. Strain from the Peanut Rhizosphere
Yu, Ri-Qing; Kurt, Zöhre; He, Fei; Spain, Jim C. (American Society for Microbiology, 2019-03-01)
Many plants produce allelopathic chemicals, such as stilbenes, to inhibit pathogenic fungi. The degradation of allelopathic compounds by bacteria associated with the plants would limit their effectiveness, but little is known about the extent of biodegradation or the bacteria involved. Screening of tissues and rhizosphere of peanut (Arachis hypogaea) plants revealed substantial enrichment of bacteria able to grow on resveratrol and pterostilbene, the most common stilbenes produced by the plants. Investigati...
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T. E. Diker, “Transfection of of streptococus thermophilus by electroporation to improve yoğurt culture,” Middle East Technical University, 1991.