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Biotechnology in Medicine, Foodstuffs, Biocatalysis, Environment and Biogeotechnology
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Authors: Sergey D. Varfolomeev, Gennady E. Zaikov and Larisa P. Krylova (N.M. Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia) 
Book Description:
Chapter 1 - authors engineered Escherichia coli strains overproducing recombinant enzymes.
Chapter 2 - the sp-2 protein possessing antitumor activity from soybean cake was examined.
Chapter 3 - analyses of lipid peroxidation demonstrate the absence of authentic pathological changes and their manifestations upon introduction of phytohormone epibrassinolide.
Chapter 4 - the practice of lavage and perfusion of wounds and cavities by oxygenated solutions in surgical patients during the early post-operation period for the prevention and treatment of complications.
Chapter 5 - the authors discuss a peculiar method for immobilization of the whole non-growing microorganisms by entrapment of microbial biomass into silica xerogel.
Chapter 6 - the development of -galactosidase immobilization on the basis of organosilicone templates with a method of a porous structure formation to product stable preparations with high percent of activity preservation.
Chapter 7 - glycolysis was investigated as a source of energy for microbiological synthesis of nucleosidephosphates (ATP,GTP).
Chapter 8 - employment of two independent approaches revealed that O-palmitoyl-L-malate does not penetrate through plasma membrane of Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells.
Chapter 9 - the condition required to receive stable and highly active heterogeneous biocatalysts for the industrial manufacture of functional nutrition products and pharmaceutical preparations. In Chapter 10 - the authors studied thermodynamic aspects of influence of one of the homologues on the conformational stability of lysozyme while in storage of their combined solutions.
Chapter 11 - the ultrasonic low-frequency extraction and basic physicochemical properties of flax seed polysaccharides are presented.
Chapter 12 - the antioxidant activity of a number of medicinal, synthesized preparations, BAAs and medicinal herbs intended for prophylactic and treatment of illnesses of the cardiac-vascular system, motor organs and digestion tract are evaluated.
Chapter 13 - it was shown that the influence of EHF-radiation on spores of microscopic fungi can cause their destruction, while at the same time, vegetative fungi mycelium is not sensible to the influence of this kind of radiation.
Chapter 14 - callus induction in the medicinal plants are discussed. Chapter 15 - developed biotechnologies of gonads and germ cell cryoconservation of commercially valuable fish species of the Volga-Caspian basin for the purpose of their genetic preservation are evaluated.
Chapter 16 - a combined EOR method is explored, which integrates total effect resulting from oil-washing capacity of surfactant- based systems and activated hydrocarbon-oxidizing reservoir microflora. Chapter 17 - Stimulating effect of polyethylene photoluminescence films on the growth of autochthonous microflora population are examined in oil-polluted soils.

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Table of Contents:

1. Application of recombinant enzymes for the synthesis of pharmaceutically valuable nucleosides and nucleotides, pp. 1-14
(D.V. Burko, L.A. Eroshevskaya, S.V. Kvach1, A.V. Shakhbazau, N.A. Kartel and A.I. Zinchenko)
2. Investigation of antitumor activity of sp-2 protein from soybean cake on breast cancer cells, pp. 15-22
(Yu.V. Beresneva, F.A. Ibragimov, E.M. Sultanova and et al.)

3. Antioxidant Action of Biologically Active Substance of Brassinosteroids Class - Phytohormone Epibrassinolide, pp. 23-31
(Mikhail A. Egorov)

4. Tissular and Cavitary Diafiltration by Oxygenated Solutions in the Treatment of Surgical and Infectious Complications, pp. 33-40
(Dmitry V. Yanshin)
5. A peculiar method for immobilization of non-growing microbial cells by entrapment into silica xerogel, pp. 41-49
(Perminova, L.V., Kovalenko, G.A. and Sapunova, L.I.)
6. High Effective preparations of -galactosidase, pp. 51-55
Pshenichnaya, E. N., Vorobyova O. V., Fill A. A.)
7. The Role of Glycolysis in Nucleosidemonophosphates Phosphorylation to Nucleosidetriphosphates by Nucleotide Producer-strains of Corynebacterium, pp. 57-63
(V.Zh. Tsirenov, I.O. Pinuev, A.A. Sandanov)

8. Study on the dicarboxylates transport into Saccharomyces cerevisiae cell using its endogenous coupled system, pp. 65-72
(Dinara A. Aliverdieva and Dmitry V. Mamaev)

9. Possibilities for the use of immobilized hydrolases for the production of functional nutrition products and pharmaceutical preparations, pp. 73-85
(T.A. Kovaleva, V.G. Artyukhov, M.G. Holyavka and et al.)

10. Effect of Methylresorcinol on the Catalytic Activity and Thermostability of Hen Egg White Lysozyme depending on the storage time, pp. 87-97
(Martirosova, E.I., Plashchina, I.G., Zhuravleva, I.L. and et al.)

11. Study of low-frequency ultrasound on polysaccharides extraction from flax seed, pp. 99-105
(E.V. Ozhimkova, A.I. Sidorov, V.P. Molchanov, I.G. and et al.)

12. A Comparative Evaluation of the Antioxidant Activity (AOA) of Certain Medicinal Preparations and BAAs with Specific Effect, pp. 107-114
(Z. G. Kozlova, A. A. Kharitonova and V. F. Tsepalov)

13. Low intensity physical influences use for increasing acepticity of biotechnological processes and microbiological cleanness in living accommodations, pp. 115-123
(Kryazhev, D.V., Plokhov, R.A., Tkachenko, U.A. and et al.)

14. The callus- formatting ability of tissues and cells of medical plants, pp. 125-128
(Orlova, I.G. and Atamanchenko, M.P.)

15. Cryoconservation of fish gonad explants and their following cultivation as a genetic preservation technique, pp. 129-131
(Zemkov, G., Akimochkina, T., Shigaev, D.)

16. Combined physico-chemical and microbiological method intended to enhance oil recovery, pp. 133-140
(Lidia I. Svarovskaya and Lyubov K. Altunina)

17. Light-corrective films intended to stimulate of biocenosis in oil-polluted soils, pp. 141-149
(L.I. Svarovskaya, L.K. Altunina and D.A. Filatov)


      Biotechnology in Agriculture, Industry and Medicine
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 - 2nd quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-902-5
   Status: AV
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