Team:TU Delft/Project/references



Alkane Degradation

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  3. Tomohisa Kato, Asuka Miyanaga, Mitsuru Haruki, Tadayuki Imanaka, Masaaki Morikawa & Shigenori Kanaya. Gene Cloning of an Alcohol Dehydrogenase from Thermophilic Alkane-Degrading Bacillus thermoleovorans B23. Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering 91(1):100-102 (2001)
  4. Tomohisa Kato, Asuka Miyanaga, Shigenori Kanaya, Masaaki Morikawa. Gene cloning and characterization of an aldehyde dehydrogenase from long-chain alkane-degrading Geobacillus thermoleovorans B23. Extremophiles 14:33-39 (2010)
  5. Sulzenbacher, G., et al., Crystal structure of E-coli alcohol dehydrogenase YqhD: Evidence of a covalently modified NADP coenzyme. Journal of Molecular Biology 342(2):489-502 (2004)
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  3. van Beilen, J. B., S. Panke, et al. Analysis of Pseudomonas putida alkane-degradation gene clusters and flanking insertion sequences: evolution and regulation of the alk genes. Microbiology-Sgm 147: 1621-1630 (2001)
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  1. S. Tanaka,K. Ikeda, H. Miyasaka, Enhanced Tolerance Against Salt-Stress and Freezing-Stress of Escherichia coli Cells Expressing Algal bbc1 Gene. Current Microbiology, 42:173-177 (2001)
  2. Y. Suda,T. Yoshikawa,Y. Okuda,M. Tsunemoto,S. Tanaka,K. Ikeda,H. Miyasaka,M. Watanabe,K. Sasaki,K. Harada,T. Bamba,K. Hirata, Isolation and characterization of a novel antistress gene from Chlamydomonas sp. W80. Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering, 107(4) 352-354 (2009)
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  4. Mihaela Marilena Lăzăroaie,Investigation of saturated and aromatichydrocarbon resistance mechanismsin Pseudomonas aeruginosa IBB Cent. Eur. J. Biol. 4(4) 469-481 (2009)
  5. M. Okochi, K. Kanie, M. Kurimoto ,M. Yohda & Hiroyuki Honda Overexpression of prefoldin from the hyperthermophilic archaeum Pyrococcus horikoshii OT3 endowed Escherichia coli with organic solvent tolerance Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 79:443-449 (2008)


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  2. Toren, A., Segal, G., Ron, E.Z. and Rosenberg, E. Structure--function studies of the recombinant protein bioemulsifier AlnA. Environmental Microbiology. 4:257-261.(2002)
  3. Navon-Venezia, S., et al. Alasan, a new bioemulsifier from Acinetobacter radioresistens. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 61:3240-3244.(1995)
  4. Toren, A., Orr, E., Paitan, Y., Ron, E.Z. and Rosenberg, E. The active component of the bioemulsifier alasan from Acinetobacter radioresistens KA53 is an OmpA-like protein. The Journal of Bacteriology. 184:165-170.(2002)
  5. Toren, A., Navon-Venezia, S., Ron, E.Z. and Rosenberg, E. Emulsifying activities of purified Alasan proteins from Acinetobacter radioresistens KA53. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 67:1102-1106.
  6. Ron, E.Z. and Rosenberg, E. (2002) Biosurfactants and oil bioremediation. Current Opinion in Biotechnology. 13:249-252.(2001)
  7. Suresh Kumar, A., Mody, K. and Jha, B. Evaluation of biosurfactant/bioemulsifier production by a marine bacterium. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 79:617-621.(2007)