Last edited by Goltikree
Wednesday, July 29, 2020 | History

2 edition of Feasibility of using bacterial strains (mutagenesis) to test for environmental carcinogens found in the catalog.

Feasibility of using bacterial strains (mutagenesis) to test for environmental carcinogens

John E. Evans

Feasibility of using bacterial strains (mutagenesis) to test for environmental carcinogens

by John E. Evans

  • 256 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Technical Information Service [distributor] in Gulf Breeze, Fla, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carcinogens -- Bibliography.,
  • Mutagens -- Bibliography.,
  • Mutagens.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn E. Evans.
    SeriesEcological research series -- EPA-600/3-78-042., Research reporting series -- EPA-600/3-78-042.
    ContributionsUniversity of Houston. Dept. of Biology., Environmental Research Laboratory (Gulf Breeze, Fla.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17653076M

    Dr. Leids Microbiology Exam 2c Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. Here, we examined the efficiency of crude oil degradation using solid formulations of Bacillus strains and evaluated their feasibility for application in enhanced oil recovery. Three Bacillus strains, namely B. atrophaeus a, B. aryabhattai a and B. amyloliquefaciens c, were isolated from oil .

      I need you to correct me if i'm wrong onthese whether they are lamarckian or darwianian. need people good with biology and evolution. 1) many of the bacterial strains that infect humans today are resistant to a wide range of antiobiotics. these resistant strains were not so numerous or common prior to the use of antibiotics. these strains must have appeared or evolved in response to use of the.   Superbug, a new book by journalist Maryn McKenna, tracks the spread of MRSA, the drug-resistant staph infection that seems to outwit every .

    DNA sequencing using a sequencer. In many cases, a skilled operator can identi-fy the species of bacteria using an optical microscope combined with supplemental information. However, optical microscope (OM) has limited resolution and with bacterial size typically smaller than a few micrometers, detailed structural information cannot be obtained. 1. A nurse is instructing a patient on how an antimicrobial produces a therapeutic effect. Which of the following should be included in the nurses teaching plan? A) Drugs used to treat infections date back to the 17th century. B) Fluoroquinolones interfere with the growth and development of the bacteria cell wall. C) Selective toxicity determines the appropriate drug dosage needed.


Share this book
You might also like
Radfords combined house and barn plan book.

Radfords combined house and barn plan book.

Lifepac Gold History & Geography Grade 12

Lifepac Gold History & Geography Grade 12

Epidermolysis bullosa

Epidermolysis bullosa

Ballad of a miner.

Ballad of a miner.

Management of sport and leisure facilities

Management of sport and leisure facilities

Scheherazade

Scheherazade

Greenwich surveyed

Greenwich surveyed

Impact of 1980-81 winter gas supply for twenty-eight pipeline companies

Impact of 1980-81 winter gas supply for twenty-eight pipeline companies

Moses beech.

Moses beech.

The house of fiction

The house of fiction

Military origins of industrialisation and internationaltrade rivalry

Military origins of industrialisation and internationaltrade rivalry

Caught in terror

Caught in terror

Exempting certain activities from provisions of the antitrust laws

Exempting certain activities from provisions of the antitrust laws

Utopia U

Utopia U

Rules of the Society, for the Relief of the Widows and Orphans of the Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the State of South-Carolina; established October 17, 1787.

Rules of the Society, for the Relief of the Widows and Orphans of the Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the State of South-Carolina; established October 17, 1787.

Feasibility of using bacterial strains (mutagenesis) to test for environmental carcinogens by John E. Evans Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Feasibility of using bacterial strains (mutagenesis) to test for environmental carcinogens. [John E Evans; University of Houston. Department of Biology.; Environmental Research Laboratory (Gulf Breeze, Fla.)].

EPA/CW2 APRIL FEASIBILITY OF USING BACTERIAL STRAINS (MUTAGENESIS) TO TEST FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CARCINOGENS by John E. Evans Department of Biology University of Houston Houston, Texas Grant No. R Project Officer Al W. Bourquin Environmental Research Laboratory Gulf Breeze, Florida ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY.

Feasibility study for slope soil stabilization by microbial induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) using indigenous bacteria isolated from cold subarctic region October DOI: /s Sanmartín et al. using culturable microorganisms gave another step phylogenetically identifying nine bacterial and one fungal strains with the capability to degrade alkyd and polyester spray.

A luminescent assay that quantifies ATP as a surrogate measure of bacterial viability was tested on N. gonorrhoeae strains FA, MS11 and P and compared to CFU-based readouts. There was a linear relationship between CFU and ATP levels for all three strains (r > ).Author: Fiona Clow, Conor J O’Hanlon, Myron Christodoulides, Fiona J Radcliff.

Clinical diagnosis of canine brucellosis is not sensitive enough and a negative blood culture cannot rule out the disease.

Indirect methods of serological testing such as agar gel immunodiffusion (AGID), rapid slide agglutination test (RSAT) and indirect enzyme linked immunoassay (IELISA) are preferred for routine diagnosis. Since Brucella canis shares antigenic components with the Brucella Cited by: 2.

A luminescent assay that quantifies ATP as a surrogate measure of bacterial viability was tested on N. gonorrhoeae strains FA, MS11 and P and compared to CFU-based readouts.

There was a linear relationship between CFU and ATP levels for all three strains (r > ). Normal human serum (NHS) is a common source of complement for SBA assays Author: Fiona Clow, Conor J O’Hanlon, Myron Christodoulides, Fiona J Radcliff.

The answers so far are quite good. I will use an analogy to simplify. A strain is somewhat analogous to a race in humans. People in a race have certain characteristics that differentiate them from another race, yet we all belong to the same specie. This study evaluates the feasibility of using strains of Thiobacillii to produce sulphuric acid by oxidation of sulphur to remove heavy metals from contaminated soils.

Contaminated soil from a real industrial site has been selected for the by: 6. Species: "A bacterial species may be regarded as a collection of strains that share many features in common and differ considerably from other strain of a.

Methods: We performed a pilot study to determine the feasibility of using bacterial WGS to differentiate outbreak from non-outbreak isolates collected during an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease.

Seven Legionella isolates (three clinical and four environmental) were obtained from the reference laboratory and sequenced using the Illumina MiSeq. The Comprehensive Sourcebook of Bacterial Protein Toxins, Fourth Edition, contains chapters written by internationally known and well-respected specialists.

This book contains chapters devoted to individual toxins, as well as chapters that consider the different applications of these toxins.

Different bacterial strains were used for comparison of PHB accumulation in optimized medium (4%CSL) at 37 o C and rpm for 48 hrs. At the end of fermentation total biomass was g/L, and g/l in Bacillus spp, P.

putida and P. fluorescens respectively while the PHB content was mg/g, and mg/g by Bacillus spp, P. Which of the following best describes the results from Hershey and Chase's experiment using bacterial viruses with 35S-labeled proteins or 32P-labeled DNA that are consistent with protein being the molecule responsible for hereditary.

After infection with the 35S-labeled viruses and centrifugation, only the pellet would be radioactive. Ten general strategies for the development of industrial microbial strains, together with selected case studies, are discussed.

Industrial strain development requires system Cited by:   The use of live bacteria in cancer therapies offers exciting possibilities. Nowadays, an increasing number of genetically engineered bacteria are emerging in the field, with applications both in therapy and diagnosis.

In parallel, purified bacterial products are also gaining relevance as new classes of bioactive products to treat and prevent cancer growth and by: Selection of bacterial strains for the reference set and genomic DNA extraction.

We selected 48 different bacterial species or subspecies (from bacteria with low-G+C-content genomes) belonging to the genera Lactobacillus, Lactococcus, Leuconostoc, Enterococcus, Pediococcus, Streptococcus, and Staphylococcus, as shown in Table Table1. these bacteria may be found in milk by: Infectious diseases remain among the leading causes of morbidity and mortality on our planet.

The development of resistance in microbes—bacterial, viral, or parasites—to therapeutics is neither surprising nor new. However, the scope and scale of this phenomenon is an ever-increasing multinational public health crisis as drug resistance accumulates and accelerates over space and time.

doi: /vetworld How to cite this article: Srinu B, Madhava Rao T, Mallikarjuna Reddy PV and Kondal Reddy K ()Evaluation of different lactic acid bacterial strains for probiotic characteristics, Veterinary World 6(10): Introduction as probiotics in foods have very similar physiological The gut microbiota is made up of diverse and properties and nutritional.

A study found that both red and white wines are effective anti-bacterial agents against strains of Streptococcus. (Daglia, et al. Also, a report in the October issue of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomakers and prevention, posits that moderate consumption of red wine may decrease the risk of.

Supplementary Methods Bacterial strains We used E. coli BW for propagation of plasmid pML and its derivatives. We used BUN22 [lacIQ rrnB3 ΔlacZ hsdR Δ(araBAD) Δ(rhaBAD) galU95ΔendAFRT ΔrecAFRT umuC::P araBAD-I-SceI-Frt lacI::lacI-P lac-bla] for the 3-way lacO selection.

DH5α and DH10β were used for all other SLIC clonings.mycosporineglycine and shinorine. These strains produce MAAs at rates and levels (% of dry weight) that are several-fold higher than native and recombinant MAA-producing strains that have been reported in the literature to date.

We are actively looking for partnerships to commercialize this technology.A living medicine is a type of biologic that consists of a living organism that is used to treat a disease.

This usually takes the form of a cell (animal, bacterial, or fungal) or a virus that has been genetically engineered to possess therapeutic properties that is injected into a patient.

Perhaps the oldest use of a living medicine is the use of leeches for bloodletting, though living.