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It was not considered the triose
phosphate limitation, thus [A.
s); TPU = triose
phosphate utilization ([micro]mol/[m.
Samie A, Obi CL, Franasiak J, et al PCR detection of Clostridium difficile triose
phosphate isomerase (tpi), Toxin A (tcdA), Toxin B (tcdB), Binary Toxin (cdtA, cdtB), and tcdC genes in Vhembe District, South Africa.
It is suggested that NAD(+) availability strongly affects cellular aging and organism lifespan: low NAD(+) availability increases intracellular levels of glycolytic triose
phosphates (glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate and dihydroxyacetone-phosphate) which, if not further metabolized, decompose spontaneously into methylglyoxal (MG), a glycating agent and source of protein and mitochondrial dysfunction and reactive oxygen species (ROS).
difficile was preliminarily identified with L-proline aminopeptidase activity (Pro Disc; Remel, Lenexa, KS, USA) but confirmed by PCR detection of the triose
phosphate isomerase gene (7).
Developmental expression of glucose and triose
phosphate isomerase genes in teleost fishes (brachydanio).
During the photosynthesis, triose
phosphate are produced and transported to the cytosol to synthesize fructose and glucose, which are reducing sugars.
Despite deproteinization of the erythrocytes, we found large intraassay variations for the triose
phosphates and hexose phosphates, which were ascribed to enzymatic conversion.
For instance, improvements in the capacity to convert triose
phosphates to starch and sucrose might enhance productivity under conditions of low temperature and high light.
8] 2 -- phi029 AG/AGCG*** 3 triose
phosphate isomerase 4 umc1683 [(CT).