IDENTIFICATION OF AGAROLYTIC BACTERIA PDF
special ecological reason for the presence of agarolytic bacteria in fresh water but that Identification of Medical Bacteria, 2nd edn. Cam-. Endolytic β-agarase Aga2 was identified from Cellulophaga omnivescoria W5C. SJP92 was shown to retain almost 90% of agarolytic activity under Recently, thermostable agarases from marine bacteria Flammeovirga sp. Abstract: Agarolytic bacteria use agarase to utilize agar as sole source of carbon. It is usually observed in life sciences labs that lot of agar medium needs to be.
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The highest level of agarase was reached during qgarolytic stationary phase. The oligosaccharides were detected by determining the refractive index with a detector Gilson, Middleton, Wis. Agarase N-1 had a molecular mass of 33 kDa, as determined by a comparison with the mobility of protein standards Fig. This strain was identified as P.
The phenotypic and agarolytic features of an unidentified marine bacteria that was isolated from the southern Pacific coast was investigated.
Numerical taxonomy of aerobic, gram-negative bacteria associated with oysters and surrounding seawater of the mediterranean coast. In both cases the enzyme showed a molecular mass of 16 kDa, identificztion an interaction with these resins. Determination of carbohydrate metabolism of marine bacteria. Fractions 3 ml were identkfication, pooled on the basis of activity, and then loaded onto the DEAE-cellulose column 10 by 1. Phylogenetic analysis ldentification alignment.
The screening was carried out on agar plates in a medium containing 0. Staining, morphology, and motility were determined as described by Cowan Proc Int Seaweed Symp. Cell growth and activity measurements. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. The amount of protein in the column fractions was determined by measuring the A HPLC analysis of the hydrolysis products of unsubstituted agar generated by agarase from P.
Utilization of l -arabinose, dulcitol, m -inositol, raffinose, and d -ribose. Purification and some properties of agarase from Pseudomonas sp. In contrast to the agarases from P. DNA base composition of Rickettsia tsutsugamushi determined by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography. Previous results on the purification and characterization of an extracellular agarase from the bactteria strain Alteromonas sp.
An extracellular agarase was purified by ammonium sulfate precipitation, gel filtration, and ion-exchange chromatography on DEAE-cellulose. The amounts of protein in the pooled fractions were estimated by the method of Bradford 12 with fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase as the standard.
Cambridge University Press; American Society for Microbiology; Purification of agarase N Agar-decomposing strains of the Actinomyces coelicolor species group.
These products were further analyzed by NMR to determine the specificity of the cleavage. Effects of pH and temperature on enzyme activity. Isolation and characterization of Shewanella alga from human clinical specimens and emendation of the description of S.
This effect would be related to the production of low-molecular-weight agarases that can diffuse though the gel pores. An extracellular agarase was purified to homogeneity in high yield by gel filtration and two steps of ion-exchange chromatography on DEAE-cellulose.
Strain N-1 can be distinguished from P. Agarase activity was determined by the method of Dygert et al. The enzyme was purified by taking advantage of its high binding affinity to DEAE-cellulose when loaded at low salt concentrations at cruder stages.
Phenotypic analysis of the strain. The GenBank accession number for the small subunit of P.
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Support Center Support Center. Colonies that formed pits or clearing zones on agar were picked up and purified further by the same plating method.
B Oligosaccharides released by agarase. At this step the enzyme eluted in the flowthrough, indicating that the strong binding seen at the beginning of the purification could be mediated by an unidentified extracellular component of this strain or by an agar-derived product that is separated during the gel filtration step.
It requires sodium ion for growth, has an oxidative metabolism, and does not accumulate polyhydroxybutyrate as an intracellular reserve.