Advances in Applied Microbiology

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D. Perlman, Wayne W. Umbreit
Academic Press, 1972 - Industrial microbiology - 468 pages
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Contents

Medical Applications of Microbial Enzymes
1
II Enzymes Active in the Digestive System
2
III Enzymes Active on the Blood Coagulation System
4
V Use of Microbial Enzymes in the Treatment of Infection Inflammation and Burns
5
V Use of Microbial Enzymes in the Treatment of Cancer
6
VI Microbial Enzymes Active on Connective Tissue
8
VII Medical Applications of Bacterial Enzymes in Vitro
10
References
11
V Lipids Sterols and Steroids
221
VI Miscellaneous Metabolites
223
VII Future Applications
225
References
227
StructureActivity Relationships in Coumermycins
231
II The Natural Coumermycins
232
III Semisynthetic Coumermycins
250
References
294

Immobilized Enzymes
13
II Carriers
14
III Properties of Bound Enzymes
26
IV Methods of Application
30
V Potential Applications
32
VI Current Status and Future Prospects
35
Microbial Rennets
39
General Considerations
40
III Higher Plant Rennets
45
IV Animal Rennets
46
V Microbial Rennets
48
VI General Comments
65
References
66
Other Fermented Beverages
75
II List of Volatile Aroma Compounds
77
III Biosynthetic Pathways and Interrelationships among Aroma Compounds
131
IV Summary
142
Correlative Microbiological Assays
147
II Materials and Methods
148
III Results
149
IV Discussion
154
V Summary
156
Insect Tissue Culture
157
II Equipment and Sources of Supplies
158
III Media Formulation
160
IV Nutrition and Metabolism
166
V Primary Cultures
169
VI Cell Lines
180
VII Virus Studies
190
VIII Protozoa Studies
202
X Interactions of Biologically Active Materials with Insect Cells and Tissues
203
XI Conclusion
207
References
209
Metabolites from Animal and Plant Cell Culture
215
II Macromolecules
216
III Hormones
219
IV Alkaloids Glycosides Steroidal Glycosides
220
Chloramphenicol
297
II Chloramphenicol as a Growth Inhibitor
299
III Effect on Morphology
300
V StructureActivity Relationships
303
VI Differential Effects on Proteins and Protein Synthesis
305
VII Effect on RNA Metabolism
307
VIII Effect on EnergyProducing Systems
308
IX Effect on Cell Wall Biosynthesis
310
X Effect on Biosynthesis of Aromatic Compounds
311
XI Effect on Antibiotic Biosynthesis
312
XIII Chloramphenicol as a Mutagen
318
XV Chloramphenicol as a Secondary Metabolite
319
XVI Biosynthesis of Chloramphenicol
321
XVII Catabolism of Chloramphenicol by the Producing Organism
323
XIX Regulation of Chloramphenicol Biosynthesis
328
XX Effect of pNitrophenylserinol on Chloramphenicol Biosynthesis
330
References
331
Microbial Utilization of Methanol
337
II Aerobic Utilization of Methanol
338
III Anaerobic Utilization of Methanol
350
IV SingleCell Protein from Methanol
355
V Fermentation Products from Methanol
362
References
363
A Review of Drop Phenomena Mixing and Growth
367
II Dispersion and Coalescence Phenomena of Liquid Drops
368
III Mathematical Modeling
402
Nomenclature
409
References
410
Microbiology and Fermentations in the Prairie Regional Laboratory of the National Research Council of Canada 19461971
415
II Microbial Studies
419
III Higher Plant Studies and Plant Cell Culture
433
IV In Retrospect and the Future
434
References
435
Author Index
437
SUBJECT INDEX
461
CONTENTS OF PREVIOUS VOLUMES
463
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