filamentation


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filamentation

The continued elongation of bacillary bacteria without septum formation (division), which occurs in response to various stressors (e.g., DNA damage, antibiotics in the culture medium or inhibition of replication) that trigger the SOS response system.
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Cut the ultrathin glass (50 | im) by the principle of laser filamentation from a picosecond source.
This struggle is called filamentation, and creates a filament or "light string" that only propagates for a while until the properties of air make the beam disperse.
He is a pioneer in the field of analytical filamentation and the attendant non-linear laser physics accompanying filament generation.
Somewhere along the line of this filamentation, other processes begin to happen that we haven't fully understood at the genetic level, but we can see the results phenotypically," Chaput says.
48) EDTA has been shown to inhibit filamentation and biofilm formation by C.
The dksA gene function was first identified as a dose-dependent multicopy suppressor of temperature sensitivity and filamentation phenotype of a dnaK gene deleted mutant of E.
Resistance to cathodic/anodic filamentation (CAF) growth
It is believed that the lower crosslink density allows the polymer chains to elongate or slide even further resulting in secondary filamentation and selective separation from the probe cause the decline in force to zero.
In these essays, many of which are classics or out of print contributors describe their work in yeast biology, covering cytoplasmic inheritance, homologous recombination, chromosome replication and segregation, transcription, translation, cell division, cell growth, differentiation, mating filamentation, meiosis and spore development, signal transduction, cytoskeleton and morphogenesis, membrane traffic, protein translocation, ubiquitination and protein turnover, and genomics.
Human enhancer of filamentation 1, a novel p130cas-like docking protein, associates with focal adhesion kinase and induces pseudohyphal growth in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Definitive identification is made by negative catalase and oxidase tests, the reduction of nitrate to nitrite, filamentation of microcolonies, and absence of growth at pH 5.