2 edition of Studies on oxidative dissimilation in Acetobacter suboxydans found in the catalog.
Studies on oxidative dissimilation in Acetobacter suboxydans
Jens Gabriel Hauge
Written in English
|Statement||by Jens Gabriel Hauge.|
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|Number of Pages||76|
Studies on Oxidative Dissimilation in Acetobacter Suboxydans Vernon H. Cheldelin: Dexters Rogers PhD: N-D-Glucosyiglycine in Furine Biosynthesis Vernon H. Cheldelin: James McGinnis: PhD: Nutritional and Metabolic Studies on the Blowfly, Phormia Regina (Meig.) Robert W. Newburgh James Wendell Davis: PhD. with various phases of this study. SUMMARY Qualitative and quantitative evidence has been presented for extensive tricarboxylic acid cycle activity in Acetobacter pasteurianum. The oxidative behavior of this organism contrasts strongly with that of Acetobacter suboxydans in severalrespects, includingsubstrateoxidizability, terminal pathways, and electron transfer. REFERENCES.
Stouthamer () measured the oxidative phosphorylation in cell-free extracts of Acetobacter (Gluconobacter) llque/aciens and obtained P/O ratios between and whilst KlungsSyr et al. () found values of about during energy production in whole cells of Acetomonas oxydans (Acetobacter suboxydans). KING TE, CHELDELIN VH. Oxidative dissimilation of non-nitrogenous compounds in Acetobacter suboxydans. Science. Jan 4; ()– LOVELOCK JE, POLGE C. The immobilization of spermatozoa by freezing and thawing and the protective action of glycerol. Biochem J. Dec; 58 (4)– [PMC free article] McCORKINDALE J, EDSON NL.
This study investigated the response to acetate challenges by the naturally acetate-resistant bacteria Acetobacter aceti and Gluconobacter suboxydans to learn more about possible mechanisms of. The NADH oxidase activities of Acetobacter suboxydans (Daniel, ), Bacillus subtilis (Tochikubo, ), and Hemophilus parainfluenzae (White and Smith, ) were sensitive to bathophenanthroline, o-phenanthroline, and thenoyltrifluoroacetone, respectively.
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Studies on oxidative dissimilation in Acetobacter suboxydanAuthor: Jens Gabriel Hauge. Oxidative dissimilation in pantothenate-deficient Acetobacter suboxydans cells. CHELDELIN VH, HAUGE JG, KING TE. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms. Acetobacter* Diploidy* Oxidation-Reduction* Pantothenic Acid/deficiency* Vitamin B Deficiency* Substances.
Pantothenic AcidCited by: 2. VOL. 14 () OXIDATIONS IN Acetobacter suboxydans lO9 4. glucose ~ unknown products 5. pyruvate --+ acetaldehyde 6.
acetaldehyde --~ acetate These are described in the following sections. Oxidation o~ ethanol; alcohol dehydrogenase Resting cells of A. suboxydans Cited by: Oxidative Dissimilation in Pantothenate-Deficient Acetobacter suboxydans Cells.
February Proceedings of The Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine Vernon H. Cheldelin. Acetobacter suboxydans has for many years been regarded as an organism possessing broad but limited ability to attack sugars and other polyhydroxy Studies on oxidative dissimilation in Acetobacter suboxydans book (1).
More recently, it has become apparent that the organism possesses a number of enzymes for more extensive dissimilation of sub. the oxidation of sugar acetals and thioacetals by acetobacter suboxydans.
Canadian Journal of Chemistry43 (4), DOI: /v KING TE, CHELDELIN VH. Sources of energy and the dinitrophenol effect in the growth of Acetobacter suboxydans.
J Bacteriol. Nov; 66 (5)– [Europe PMC free article] [Google Scholar] KITOS PA, WANG CH, MOHLER BA, KING TE, CHELDELIN VH. Glucose and gluconate dissimilation in Acetobacter suboxydans.
Extensive fermentation studies have been performed to characterize its direct glucose oxidation, sorbitol oxidation, and glycerol oxidation. Oxidative dissimilation in Acetobacter suboxydans. The gene disruption experiment and the reconstitution system of the purified enzyme in this study clearly showed that the production of 5-keto-D-gluconate in G.
suboxydans is solely dependent on. The study of bacterial metabolism focuses on the chemical diversity of substrate oxidations and dissimilation reactions (reactions by which substrate molecules are broken down), which normally.
Investigations into physiological aspects of glycerol conversion to dihydroxyacetone (DHA) by Gluconobacter oxydans ATCC were made. The activity levels of the enzymes involved in the three catabolic pathways previously known and the effects of specific inhibitors and uncoupling agents on cellular development, DHA synthesis, and cellular respiratory activity were determined.
KATZNELSON H. Hexose phosphate metabolism by Acetobacter melanogenum. Can J Microbiol. Feb; 4 (1)– KITOS PA, WANG CH, MOHLER BA, KING TE, CHELDELIN VH.
Glucose and gluconate dissimilation in Acetobacter suboxydans. J Biol Chem. Dec; (6)– KOVACHEVICH R, WOOD WA. DISCUSSION P. fluorescens, unlike closely related Acetobacter xylinum, Acetobacter aceti (9) and Acetobacter suboxydans (20), attacks all three isomers of 2,3-butanediol.
Studies on the dissimilation of the "meso"-isomer indi- cate that the oxidation of the secondary alcoholic groups of the molecule yields in succession acetoin and diacetyl.
Abstract. Dialyzed extracts of Acetobacter suboxydans ATCC catalyze 14 CO 2 assimilation in the presence of phosphoenolpyruvate and a divalent cation. The formation of 14 C-oxalacetate was demonstrated and found not to be dependent upon the presence of orthophosphate or diphosphonucleotides.
Oxalacetate synthesis was stimulated by orthophosphate and inhibited by. the growth of Acetobacter suboxydans. Page 35 Growth of Acetobacter suboxydans on single amino acids, 36 III Comparative study on oxidation of different substrates by Acetobacter suboxydans (AMC ) and (MB ).
37 IV Amount of valine synthesized from different intermediates by cell -free extract of Acetobacter suboxydans, Acetobacter suboxydans does not contain an active tricarboxylic acid cycle, yet two pathways have been suggested for glutamate synthesis from acetate catalyzed by cell extracts: a partial tricarboxylic acid cycle following an initial condensation of oxalacetate and acetyl coenzyme A.
and the citramalate-mesaconate pathway following an initial condensation of pyruvate and acetyl coenzyme A. A PREVIOUS publication from this laboratory1 has reported in detail the rapid oxidation of glycerol to dihydroxyacetone by resting whole cells of A.
suboxydansat pH This conversion. Oxidative dissimilation in Acetobacter suboxydans. J Biol Chem. Sep; (1)– KING TE, CHELDELIN VH. Sources of energy and the dinitrophenol effect in the growth of Acetobacter suboxydans. J Bacteriol. Nov; 66 (5)– [PMC free article] KITOS PA, WANG CH, MOHLER BA, KING TE, CHELDELIN VH.
KING TE, CHELDELIN VH. Oxidative dissimilation in Acetobacter suboxydans. J Biol Chem. Sep; (1)– KING TE, CHELDELIN VH. Sources of energy and the dinitrophenol effect in the growth of Acetobacter suboxydans. J Bacteriol. Nov; 66 (5)– [PMC free article] KING TE, CHELDELIN VH.
Oxidations in Acetobacter suboxydans. KITOS PA, WANG CH, MOHLER BA, KING TE, CHELDELIN VH. Glucose and gluconate dissimilation in Acetobacter suboxydans.
J Biol Chem. Dec; (6)– KOVACHEVICH R, WOOD WA. Carbohydrate metabolism by Pseudomonas fluorescens. III. Purification and properties of a 6-phosphogluconate dehydrase.
J Biol Chem. Apr; (2)–. Abstract. Acetobacter suboxydans does not contain an active tricarboxylic acid cycle, yet two pathways have been suggested for glutamate synthesis from acetate catalyzed by cell extracts: a partial tricarboxylic acid cycle following an initial condensation of oxalacetate and acetyl coenzyme A.
and the citramalate-mesaconate pathway following an initial condensation of pyruvate and acetyl.Comparative studies on the oxidation of polyhydric Aerobic respiration, termed oxidative dissimilation, is sorbitol to sorbose by Acetobacter suboxydans is a very good example of an aerobic oxidation, whereas the transforiaation - 10.
Gluconobacter suboxydans was used in the biotransformation of d-sorbitol to l-sorbose, a key step in the industrial manufacture of Vitamin C (ascorbic acid).However, despite evidence of the existence of a range of by-products in the bioprocess, relatively little scientific investigation has focused on the factors influencing by-product formation in this complex bioprocess.