extracts were subjected to the reaction with anthrone (Sigma, St.
22] values for hOPG were determined and plotted as a function of excipient concentration for the following: glycerol, L-arginine HCl and L-glutamic acid, trehalose
, sodium chloride (NaCl), and ammonium sulfate (Figure 5-9).
acts as a porogen, meaning it creates pores in the tissue scaffold.
Effects of pre-exercise ingestion of trehalose
, galactose and glucose on subsequent metabolism and cycling performance.
Cyanobacteria strains with low salt tolerance synthesize and accumulate trehalose
and or sucrose, and strains with the highest salt tolerance accumulate glycine betaine or glutamate betaine (Mackey et al.
1997) suggested that Laccaria bicolor exerted selection pressure for strains of bacteria that metabolise trehalose
800CW-conjugated detection antibody was diluted to specified concentrations in dilution buffer consisting of 10 mmol/L HEPES, 50 g/L BSA, 50 g/L trehalose
, 10 g/L polyvinyl pyrolidone, and Milli-Q water.
And out of five isolates, four isolates were positive for Sacarose, Trehalose
, Raffinose, and Eesculine hydrolysis on the basis of PIBwin software, the Bacillus spp.
The isolate DM15 could efficiently utilize cellibiose, maltose, lactose, fructose glucose and showed weak fermentation towards xylose, trehalose
, mannitol (Table 2).
Isolates were identified through gram staining, KOH reaction, catalase test and gas production from glucose, trehalose
, sucrose, mannitol, fructose, maltotriose, arabinose, lactose and raffinose.
Scientists in Honduras set out to see what impact trehalose
would have on the physical and sensory properties of frozen smoked sausages.
They were submitted to the simplified identification key, which consisted of hemolysis detection in ovine blood agar, trehalose
, manitol and maltose fermentation, as well as acetoin production (VP), selected on the basis of the identification keys proposed by Holt et al.