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JOURNAL FORMAT
Item number

Title of article

Section

Author(s), Abbreviated Journal Title,


Bibliographic Details, and
[corresponding author and address]

7.6. Nitrogen Transport and Metabolism


Amino acid catabolism by an areA-regulated gene
encoding an L-amino acid oxidase with broad
substrate specificity in Aspergillus nidulans

Davis M.A., Askin M.C., Hynes M.J.; Appl.


Environ. Microbiol. 71/7 (3551-3555), 2005 [M.A.
Davis, Department of Genetics, University of
Melbourne, Parkville, Vic. 3010, Australia]

8505

New insights into regulation of the tryptophan


biosynthetic operon in Gram-positive bacteria

Gutierrez-Preciado A., Jensen R.A., Yanofsky C.,


Merino E.; Trends Genet. 21/8 (432-436), 2005 [E.
Merino, Department of Molecular Microbiology,
Instituto de Biotecnologia, Universidad Nacional
Autonoma de Mexico, Cuernavaca, Morelos 62271,
Mexico]

8506

De novo alanine synthesis by bacteroids of


Mesorhizobium loti is not required for nitrogen
transfer in the determinate nodules of Lotus
corniculatus

Kumar S., Bourds A., Poole P.; J. Bacteriol. 187/15


(5493-5495), 2005 [P. Poole, School of Animal and
Microbial Sciences, University of Reading,
Whiteknights, Reading RG6 6AJ, United Kingdom]

8507

At the end of each section a list of relevant cross-references is given

See also:
Over-production of the major exoglucanase of Saccharomyces cerevisiae leads to an increase in the aroma of wine 8318
The stringent response is required for amino acid and nitrate utilization, nod factor regulation, nodulation, and nitrogen fixation in
Rhizobium etli 8502
Nitrogen metabolism of Aspergillus and its role in pathogenicity 8537
Thiol specific oxidative stress response in Mycobacteria 8550

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JOURNAL INDEX
The following is a list of journals from which the titles contained in this issue were taken.

Acta Ecol. Sin.


25/10 2005
Adv. Drug Deliv. Rev.
57/12 2005
Agric. For. Entomol.
7/3 2005
Am. J. Resp. Cell Mol.
Biol.
33/5 2005
Anal. Biochem.
344/1 2005
347/1 2005
Analyst
130/11 2005
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
44/43 2005
Anim. Reprod. Sci.
90/3-4 2005
Ann. Agri Bio Res.
10/2 2005
Ann. App. Biol.
144/3 2004
145/1 2004
145/2 2004
145/3 2004
Antiviral Res.
68/3 2005
Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek
Int. J. Gen. Mol.
Microbiol.
88/3-4 2005
Appl. Ecol. Environ. Res.
3/2 2005
Aquatic Microb. Ecol.
40/3 2005
Arch. Microbiol.
184/1 2005
184/3 2005
184/4 2005
Arch. Phytopathol. Plant
Prot.
38/1 2005
38/2 2005
Arch. Virol.
150/12 2005
Asia Pac. J. Environ. Law
8/3-4 2004
Aust. J. Bot.
53/6 2005
Avian Pathol.
34/1 2005
Biochem. Biophys. Res.
Commun.
338/4 2005
Biochem. Soc. Trans.
33/5 2005
Biochemistry
44/45 2005
Biochim. Biophys. Acta
Biomembr.
1717/2 2005
Biochim. Biophys. Acta
Proteins Proteomics
1753/2 2005
Biochimie
87/12 2005
88/1 2006
BioControl
50/6 2005
Biogeochemistry
75/2 2005
75/3 2005
76/1 2005
76/2 2005
Biol. Bull.
209/2 2005
Biol. Control
35/3 SPEC. ISS. 2005
Biologist
52/5 2005

Biomed. Pharmacother.
59/9 2005
Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett.
16/1 2006
Bioprocess Biosyst. Eng.
28/3 2005
Bioresour. Technol.
96/8 2005
Biosyst. Eng.
92/4 2005
Biotechnol. Bioeng.
92/1 2005
92/2 2005
92/3 2005
Biotechnol. Bioprocess Eng.
10/5 2005
Br. J. Nutr.
94/5 2005
Can. J. Microbiol.
51/5 2005
51/6 2005
Cell Biol. Int.
29/11 2005
Chem. Biodiversity
2/10 2005
ChemBioChem
6/11 2005
Chemosphere
61/10 2005
61/9 2005
Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol.
11/5 2005
Chromatographia
62/9-10 2005
Circulation
112/19 2005
Clin. Biochem.
38/11 2005
Clin. Infect. Dis.
41/10 2005
Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C
Toxicol. Pharmacol.
141/4 2005
Comp. Med.
55/2 2005
Cont. Shelf Res.
25/18 2005
Curr. Biol.
15/22 2005
Curr. Genet.
48/3 2005
Curr. Microbiol.
51/5 2005
Curr. Opin. Biotechnol.
16/6 2005
Curr. Opin. Gastroenterol.
21/6 2005
Curr. Opin. Infect. Dis.
18/6 2005
Deep-Sea Res. Part II Top.
Stud. Oceanogr.
52/19-21 SPEC. ISS. 2005
52/22-23 2005
DNA Sequence J. DNA
Sequencing Mapp.
16/2 2005
16/4 2005
Domest. Anim. Endocrinol.
30/1 2006
Ecol. Entomol.
30/4 2005
Ecol. Model.
189/3-4 2005
Environ. Forensics
6/2 2005
Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res.
12/6 2005
Environ. Sci. Technol.
39/21 2005
39/22 2005

Enzyme Microb. Technol.


38/1-2 2006
Eukaryotic Cell
4/11 2005
Eur. J. Clin. Microbiol.
Infect. Dis.
24/10 2005
Eur. J. Plant Pathol.
113/1 2005
FEBS Lett.
579/28 2005
579/29 2005
Feddes Repert.
116/5-6 2005
FEMS Microbiol. Lett.
253/1 2005
253/2 2005
FEMS Yeast Res.
5/12 2005
Fish Shellfish Immunol.
20/4 2006
Food Agric. Immunol.
16/3 2005
For. Genet.
12/1 2005
For. Pathol.
35/4 2005
Free Radic. Res.
39/11 2005
Freshw. Biol.
50/8 2005
Fungal Genet. Biol.
42/12 2005
Gene
363/1-2 2005
Hum. Gene Ther.
16/11 2005
In Vivo
19/6 2005
Indian J. Biotechnol.
4/4 2005
Infect. Immun.
73/11 2005
Int. Dairy J.
16/2 2006
16/3 2006
Int. J. Antimicrob. Agents
26/6 2005
Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol.
38/2 2006
Int. J. Dairy Technol.
58/4 2005
Int. J. Environ. Health Res.
15/5 2005
Int. J. Food Microbiol.
105/2 2005
Int. J. Food Sci. Nutr.
56/5 2005
Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol.
55/6 2005
Int. J. Water
2/4 2004
J. Acquired Immune Defic.
Syndr.
40/5 2005
J. Am. Soc. Hortic. Sci.
130/6 2005
J. Antimicrob. Chemother.
56/5 2005
J. Arid Environ.
64/2 2006
J. Bacteriol.
187/22 2005
187/23 2005
J. Biol. Chem.
280/43 2005
280/44 2005
280/45 2005
J. Biol. Rhythms
20/6 2005

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J. Biotechnol.
120/4 2005
J. Cell Sci.
118/21 2005
J. Chem. Technol.
Biotechnol.
80/11 2005
J. Chromatogr. A
1097/1-2 2005
J. Chromatogr. B Anal.
Technol. Biomed. Life
Sci.
819/1 2005
J. Clin. Microbiol.
43/11 2005
J. Contam. Hydrol.
81/1-4 2005
J. Electron Microsc.
54/4 2005
J. Eukaryotic Microbiol.
52/1 2005
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol.
327/2 2005
J. Fish Dis.
28/7 2005
J. Food Protection
68/11 2005
J. Food Saf.
25/3 2005
J. Gen. Appl. Microbiol.
51/4 2005
J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.
15/5 2005
J. Microbiol. Methods
63/3 2005
J. Mol. Evol.
61/5 2005
J. Mol. Microbiol.
Biotechnol.
9/2 2005
J. Mol. Recogn.
18/6 2005
J. Nat. Prod.
68/10 2005
J. Occup. Environ. Hyg.
2/11 2005
J. Photochem. Photobiol. C
Photochem. Rev.
6/2-3 2005
J. Vet. Med. Ser. B Infect.
Dis. Vet. Public Health
52/5 2005
J. Virol. Methods
130/1-2 2005
J. XiAn Jiaotong Univ.
Med. Sci.
26/5 2005
Life Sci.
78/5 2005
Limnol. Oceanogr.
50/6 2005
Mar. Biol.
148/1 2005
Mar. Biol. Res.
1/2 2005
1/4 2005
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser.
301/- 2005
Mar. Freshw. Res.
56/8 2005
Mar. Pollut. Bull.
50/11 2005
51/8-12 2005
Microb. Ecol. Health Dis.
17/2 2005
Microb. Pathog.
39/5-6 2005
Microbiology
151/11 2005

Minerva Biotecnol.
17/3 2005
Mol. Biochem. Parasitol.
145/1 2006
Mol. Ecol.
14/9 2005
Mol. Genet. Genomics
274/4 2005
Mol. Immunol.
43/4 2006
Mol. Microbiol.
58/4 2005
Mol. Plant Pathol.
6/4 2005
Mol. Plant-Microbe Interact.
18/12 2005
Mutat. Res. Fundam. Mol.
Mech. Mutagen.
591/1-2 2005
Mycol. Res.
109/12 2005
Mycorrhiza
15/8 2005
16/1 2005
Mycoses
48/5 2005
Nat. Rev. Microbiol.
3/11 2005
Nature
437/7057 2005
437/7058 2005
438/7064 2005
New Phytol.
167/2 2005
Nitric Oxide Biol. Chem.
13/4 2005
Pedobiologia
49/6 2005
Peptides
26/12 2005
Period. Biol.
107/3 2005
Phycologia
44/6 2005
Physiol. Mol. Plant. Pathol.
66/5 2005
Phytochemistry
66/22 2005
Phytopathology
95/12 2005
Plant Biotechnol. J.
3/2 2005
Plant Cell
17/1 2005
17/8 2005
Plant Cell Physiol.
46/10 2005
Plant Cell Rep.
24/10 2005
Plant J.
43/3 2005
Plant Pathol.
54/4 2005
Plant Soil
275/1-2 2005
Planta
222/5 2005
Planta Med.
71/10 2005
Prep. Biochem. Biotechnol.
35/4 2005
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S.
A.
102/47 2005
Process Biochem.
40/10 2005
Prog. Lipid Res.
44/6 2005
Protein Eng. Des. Sel.
18/12 2005

Protein Sci.
14/11 2005
Rapid Commun. Mass
Spectrom.
19/23 2005
Rev. Latinoam. Microbiol.
47/1-2 2005
Scand. J. For. Res.
20/5 2005

Small Fruits Rev.


4/3 2005
Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J.
69/6 2005
Theor. Appl. Genet.
111/7 2005
111/8 2005
Toxicol. Environ. Chem.
87/2 2005

Trends Biochem. Sci.


30/12 2005
Trends Biotechnol.
23/12 2005
Trends Microbiol.
13/12 2005
Vet. Immunol.
Immunopathol.
105/1-2 2005

Vet. Microbiol.
111/1-2 2005
Virology
343/2 2005
Virus Res.
114/1-2 2005
Vox Sang.
89/4 2005

Water Res.
39/19 2005
Yeast
22/13 2005

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APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND


BIOTECHNOLOGY
1. BIOTECHNOLOGY - TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES
1.1. General Applications of Biotechnology
The role of high-throughput transcriptome analysis in metabolic
engineering

Jewett M.C., Oliveira A.P., Patil K.R., Nielsen J.; Biotechnol.


Bioprocess Eng. 10/5 (385-399), 2005 [J. Nielsen, Center for
Microbial Biotechnology, BioCentrum- DTU, Technical University
of Denmark, Sltofts Plads, Building 223, DK- 2800 Kgs. Lyngby,
Denmark]

916

Applications of metabolic modeling to drive bioprocess development


for the production of value-added chemicals

Mahadevan R., Burgard A.P., Famili I., et al.; Biotechnol.


Bioprocess Eng. 10/5 (408-417), 2005 [C.H. Schilling, Genomatica
Inc., 5405 Morehouse Drive, San Diego, CA 92130, United States]

917

The role of biotechnology in art preservation

Ramrez J.L., Santana M.A., Galindo- Castro I., Gonzalez A.;


Trends Biotechnol. 23/12 (584-588), 2005 [J.L. Ramrez, Centro de
Biotecnologa, Instituto de Estudios Avanzados, MCT, Carretera
Nacional Hoyo de la Puerta, Caracas, Venezuela]

918

Development and application of proteomics technologies in


Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Kolkman A., Slijper M., Heck A.J.R.; Trends Biotechnol. 23/12


(598-604), 2005 [A. Kolkman, Department of Biomolecular Mass
Spectrometry, Bijvoet Center for Biomolecular Research and
Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences, Utrecht University,
Sorbonnelaan 16, 3584CA Utrecht, Netherlands]

919

See also:
Non-biodegradable biopolymers from renewable resources: Perspectives and impacts 1040
Prospects for genetically modified crops 1115
Application of an electric DNA-chip for the expression analysis of bioprocess-relevant marker genes of Bacillus subtilis 1756

1.2. Implications of Biotechnology


Public perception of cloning and embryonic stem cells

Turnpenny L.; Biologist 52/5 (310-312), 2005

920

Biotechnology regulation: GMOs, agriculture, science and the


environment

Kemp D.R.; Asia Pac. J. Environ. Law 8/3-4 (7-27), 2004 [Prof.
D.R. Kemp, Department of Farming Systems, Charles Sturt
University, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia]

921

A critique of the Australian Gene Technology Act and its


implementation

Tager J., Phelps B.; Asia Pac. J. Environ. Law 8/3-4 (97-110),
2004 [J. Tager, Greenpeace Australia Pacific, Sydney, NSW,
Australia]

922

Sustainability, regulatory dilemmas and GMOs: The US and the EU


compared

Lyster R.; Asia Pac. J. Environ. Law 8/3-4 (111-139), 2004 [R.
Lyster, Faculty of Law, The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW,
Australia]

923

Genetic modification, risk assessment, and Maori belief under New


Zealands Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996

Wheen N.R.; Asia Pac. J. Environ. Law 8/3-4 (141-176), 2004


[N.R. Wheen, University of Otago, Otago, New Zealand]

924

International trade rules and the implications for biotechnology


regulation

Morgan D.; Asia Pac. J. Environ. Law 8/3-4 (177-208), 2004 [D.
Morgan, Department of Politics, University of Melbourne,
Melbourne, Vic., Australia]

925

White biotechnology: Differences in US and EU approaches?

Lorenz P., Zinke H.; Trends Biotechnol. 23/12 (570-574), 2005 [H.
Zinke, B.R.A.I.N. Aktiengesellschaft, Darmstaedter Strasse 34- 36,
D- 64673 Zwingenberg, Germany]

926

See also:
First impact of biotechnology in the EU: Bt maize adoption in Spain 1114
Genetically modified probiotics should be banned 1519

1.3. Culture Selection and Improvement


Component-based software architecture for biosystem reverse
engineering

Lee D.; Biotechnol. Bioprocess Eng. 10/5 (400-407), 2005 [D. Lee,
Department of BioSystems, KAIST, Daejeon 373- 1, South Korea]

927

Theoretical analysis of selection-based strain improvement for


microorganisms with growth dependent upon extracytoplasmic
enzymes

Fan Z., McBride J.E., Van Zyl W.H., Lynd L.R.; Biotechnol.
Bioeng. 92/1 (35-44), 2005 [L.R. Lynd, Chemical and Biochemical
Engineering Program, Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth
College, Hanover, NH 03755, United States]

928

Hydrolysis of nitriles and amides by filamentous fungi

Kaplan O., Nikolaou K., Pisvejcova A., Martnkova L.; Enzyme


Microb. Technol. 38/1-2 (260-264), 2006 [L. Martnkova, Institute
of Microbiology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic,
Vdenska 1083, CZ- 142 20 Prague 4, Czech Republic]

929

See also:
The role of high-throughput transcriptome analysis in metabolic engineering 916
Ablation of the otcC gene encoding a post-polyketide hydroxylase from the oxytetracyline biosynthetic pathway in Streptomyces rimosus results in novel polyketides with altered
2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

66

1. BIOTECHNOLOGY - TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES

chain length 1006


Systemic optimization of microalgae for bioactive compound production 1015

Discovery and characterization


Characterization and properties of cholesterol desaturases from the
ciliate tetrahymena thermophila

L., Valcarce G.A., Nudel C.B.; J.


Nusblat A.D., Munoz
Eukaryotic Microbiol. 52/1 (61-67), 2005 [C.B. Nudel, Catedra de
Biotecnologa y Microbiologa Industrial, Facultad de Farmacia y
Bioqumica, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Junin 956, 1113 Buenos
Aires, Argentina]

930

Molecular Cloning and Genetic Analysis of Functional merB Gene


from Indian Isolates of Escherichia coli

Murtaza I., Dutt A., Mushtaq D., Ali A.; Curr. Microbiol. 51/5
(297-302), 2005 [Dr. I. Murtaza, Division of PHT, S.K University
of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Shalimar
Campus, Srinagar, Kashmir, India]

931

Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium by Cell-Free Extract of Bacillus


sphaericus and 303 Isolated from Serpentine Soil

Pal A., Dutta S., Paul A.K.; Curr. Microbiol. 51/5 (327-330), 2005
[A.K. Paul, Microbiology Laboratory, Department of Botany,
University of Calcutta, 35 Ballygunge Circular Road, Kolkata 700
019, India]

932

Isolation and characterisation of a Lactobacillus helveticus ITG LH1


peptidase-rich sub-proteome

Manso M.A., Leonil J., Piot M., Gagnaire V.; Int. J. Food
Microbiol. 105/2 (119-129), 2005 [V. Gagnaire, INRA, UMR
Science et Technologie du Lait et de luf, 65 rue de Saint Brieuc,
35042, Rennes Cedex, France]

933

A survey of glycosidase activities of commercial wine strains of


Oenococcus oeni

Grimaldi A., Bartowsky E., Jiranek V.; Int. J. Food Microbiol.


105/2 (233-244), 2005 [V. Jiranek, School of Agriculture and Wine,
University of Adelaide, PMB 1, Glen Osmond, SA 5064, Australia]

934

Selection and characterization of a Lactobacillus plantarum strain


promising as a urogenital probiotic

Ronnqvist D., Strom H., Forsgren- Brusk U., Hkansson E.G.;


Microb. Ecol. Health Dis. 17/2 (75-82), 2005 [D. Ronnqvist,
Essum AB, Box 3160, 90304 Ume, Sweden]

935

Purification and characterization of a novel exocellular keratinase


from Kocuria rosea

Bernal C., Cairo J., Coello N.; Enzyme Microb. Technol. 38/1-2
(49-54), 2006 [N. Coello, Laboratorio de Procesos Biotecnologicos,
Instituto de Biologa Experimental, Universidad Central de
Venezuela, AP 47279, Caracas 1041- A, Venezuela]

936

Influence of strain and cultivation procedure on the performance of


simultaneous saccharification and fermentation of steam pretreated
spruce

Alkasrawi M., Rudolf A., Liden G., Zacchi G.; Enzyme Microb.
Technol. 38/1-2 (279-286), 2006 [G. Zacchi, Department of
Chemical Engineering, Lund University, Box 124, SE- 221 00
Lund, Sweden]

937

Colony formation and selenium-enriched stability of Spirulina


platensis under selenium stress (Chin)

Huang Z., Zheng W., Yang F., Guo B.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol.
11/5 (542-544), 2005 [B. Guo, College of Life Sciences, South
China Normal University, Guangzhou 510631, China]

938

Isolation and identification of strain B2817 with cytotoxic activity in


sponge (Chin)

Lu J., Huang H., Cong M., et al.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5
(588-591), 2005 [S. Bao, State Key Laboratory of Biotechnology,
Chinese Academy for Tropical Agriculture Sciences, Haikou
571101, China]

939

Kitasatospora sp. MJM383 strain producing two antitumor agents,


streptonigrin and oxopropaline G

Jin Y.- Y., Yoon T.- M., Kim W.- K., et al.; J. Microbiol.
Biotechnol. 15/5 (1140-1145), 2005 [J.- W. Suh, Institute of
Bioscience and Biotechnology, Department of Biological Science,
Myong Ji University, Yongin 449- 728, South Korea]

940

Biosynthesis pathways for deoxysugars in antibiotic-producing


actinomycetes: Isolation, characterization and generation of novel
glycosylated derivatives

Salas J.A., Mendez C.; J. Mol. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 9/2 (77-85),


2005 [J.A. Salas, Departamento de Biologa Funcional, Instituto
Universitario de Oncologa de Asturias (IUOPA), Universidad de
Oviedo, ES- 33006 Oviedo, Spain]

941

Isolation and characterization of new thiamine-deregulated mutants of Schyns G., Potot S., Geng Y., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23
bacillus subtilis
(8127-8136), 2005 [G. Schyns, Bldg. 203/25A, Wurmisweg 576,
CH- 4303 Kaiseraugst, Switzerland]

942

See also:
Purification, kinetics and spectral characterisation of a new versatile peroxidase from a Bjerkandera sp. isolate 997
Purification and characterization of a protease extracellularly produced by Monascus purpureus CCRC31499 in a shrimp and crab shell powder medium 1000
Identification of an aerobic denitrifying bacterium and its potential application in wastewater treatment 1034
Study on Staphylococcus aureus Strain HPC-250 for Associated Antibacterial Property 1216
Probiotic potential of Lactobacillus strains isolated from dairy products 1520
Isolation of a triazophos-degrading strain Klebsiella sp. E6 effectively utilizing triazophos as sole nitrogen source 1547
Purification and Characterization of Two Novel Antimicrobial Peptides Subpeptin JM4-A and Subpeptin JM4-B Produced by Bacillus subtilis JM4 1678

Recombinant DNA technology


Isolation of the YAP1 homologue of Candida utilis and its use as an
efficient selection marker

Iwakiri R., Noda Y., Adachi H., Yoda K.; Yeast 22/13
(1079-1087), 2005 [K. Yoda, Department of Biotechnology,
University of Tokyo, 1- 1- 1 Yayoi, Bunkyo- Ku, Tokyo 113- 8657,
Japan]

943

Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation of


Leptosphaeria spp. and Oculimacula spp. with the reef coral gene
DsRed and the jellyfish gene gfp

Eckert M., Maguire K., Urban M., et al.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett.
253/1 (67-74), 2005 [K. Hammond- Kosack, Rothamsted Research,
Harpenden, Herts, AL5 2JQ, United Kingdom]

944

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

1. BIOTECHNOLOGY - TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES

67

Doping in the recombinant era: Strategies and counterstrategies

Azzazy H.M.E., Mansour M.M.H., Christenson R.H.; Clin.


Biochem. 38/11 (959-965), 2005 [H.M.E. Azzazy, Department of
Chemistry, Science and Technology Research Center, American
University in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt]

945

Screening of antimicrobial activities in Trichoderma isolates


representing three Trichoderma sections

Vizcano J.A., Sanz L., Basilio A., et al.; Mycol. Res. 109/12
(1397-1406), 2005 [E. Monte, Spanish- Portuguese Center of
Agricultural Research (CIALE), Department of Microbiology and
Genetics, University of Salamanca, Plaza Doctores de la Reina s/n,
ES- 37007 Salamanca, Spain]

946

Model-based specific growth rate control for Pichia pastoris to


improve recombinant protein production

Ren H., Yuan J.; J. Chem. Technol. Biotechnol. 80/11


(1268-1272), 2005 [J. Yuan, Department of Automation, Shanghai
Jiao Tong University, 1954 Huashan Lu, 200030 Shanghai, China]

947

Degradation of rice bran hemicellulose by Paenibacillus sp. strain


HC1: Gene cloning, characterization and function of
-D-glucosidase as an enzyme involved in degradation

Harada K.M., Tanaka K., Fukuda Y., et al.; Arch. Microbiol.


184/4 (215-224), 2005 [K. Murata, Division of Food Science and
Biotechnology, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University,
Uji, Kyoto 611- 0011, Japan]

948

Cloning and in vivo functional analysis by disruption of a gene


encoding the  -butyrolactone autoregulator receptor from
Streptomyces natalensis

Lee K.- M., Lee C.- K., Choi S.- U., et al.; Arch. Microbiol. 184/4
(249-257), 2005 [Y.- I. Hwang, Department of Food Science and
Biotechnology, Division of Life Science, Kyungnam University, 449
Wolyong- Dong, Masan 631- 701, South Korea]

949

Production of bifunctional proteins by Aspergillus awamori: Llama


variable heavy chain antibody fragment (VHH ) R9 coupled to
Arthromyces ramosus peroxidase (ARP)

Joosten V., Roelofs M.S., Van Den Dries N., et al.; J. Biotechnol.
120/4 (347-359), 2005 [V. Joosten, Laboratory of Biochemistry,
Wageningen University, Dreijenlaan 3, 6703 HA Wageningen,
Netherlands]

950

Expression of the pyranose 2-oxidase from Trametes pubescens in


Escherichia coli and characterization of the recombinant enzyme

Maresova H., Vecerek B., Hradska M., et al.; J. Biotechnol.


120/4 (387-395), 2005 [P. Kyslk, Laboratory of Enzyme
Technology, Institute of Microbiology, Academy of Sciences of the
Czech Republic, Vdenska 1083, 142 20 Prague 4, Czech Republic]

951

Transgenic indica rice plants harboring a synthetic cry2A gene of


Bacillus thuringiensis exhibit enhanced resistance against
lepidopteran rice pests

Chen H., Tang W., Xu C., et al.; Theor. Appl. Genet. 111/7
(1330-1337), 2005 [Y. Lin, National Key Laboratory of Crop
Genetic Improvement, National Centre of Plant Gene Research,
Huazhong Agricultural University, Wuhan 430070, China]

952

4-Pyridoxolactonase from a symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacterium


Mesorhizobium loti: Cloning, expression, and characterization

Funami J., Yoshikane Y., Kobayashi H., et al.; Biochim. Biophys.


Acta Proteins Proteomics 1753/2 (234-239), 2005 [T. Yagi,
Department of Bioresources Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Kochi
University, Monobe- Otsu 200, Nankoku, Kochi 783- 8502, Japan]

953

A novel splice variant of human XRN2 gene is mainly expressed in


blood leukocyte

Li J., Zheng H., Ji C., et al.; DNA Sequence J. DNA Sequencing


Mapp. 16/2 (143-146), 2005 [Y. Mao, State Key Laboratory of
Genetic Engineering, School of Life Sciences, Fudan University,
Shanghai 200433, China]

954

Molecular cloning of cDNA for SPase, a monkey cathepsin L


orthologue

Nishinaka T., Song J., Lum K., Chiu R.; DNA Sequence J. DNA
Sequencing Mapp. 16/2 (147-150), 2005 [T. Nishinaka, Department
of Pharmacology, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, 465
Kajii- cho, Kamigyo- ku, Kyoto, Kyoto 602- 8566, Japan]

955

Improved production of insecticidal proteins in Bacillus thuringiensis


strains carrying an additional cry1C gene in its chromosome

Yue C., Sun M., Yu Z.; Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/1 (1-7), 2005 [Z.
Yu, State Laboratory of Agriculture Microbiology, Life Science and
Technology College, Huazhong Agriculture University, Wuhan,
430070 Hubei, China]

956

Propagation kinetics of retrovirus transgene vector and


replication-competent retrovirus in static and microcarrier cell
culture systems using different medium exchange strategies

Wu S.- C., Liu J.- H., Hong W.W.L.; Enzyme Microb. Technol.
38/1-2 (229-236), 2006 [S.- C. Wu, Institute of Biotechnology,
Department of Life Science, National Tsing Hua University,
Hsinchu, Taiwan]

957

Enhanced resistance to early blight in transgenic tomato lines


expressing heterologous plant defense genes

Schaefer S.C., Gasic K., Cammue B., et al.; Planta 222/5


(858-866), 2005 [S.S. Korban, Department of Natural Resources
and Environmental Sciences, 310 ERML, University of Illinois,
1201 W. Gregory, Urbana, IL 61801, United States]

958

See also:
Molecular Cloning and Genetic Analysis of Functional merB Gene from Indian Isolates of Escherichia coli 931
Cloning, expression and purification of feline proinsulin 962
Recombinant production of human microsomal cytochrome P450 2D6 in the methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris 1061
Development of ethylene-diamine resistant ammonia excreting mutants of Azospirillum lipoferum 1062

Mutagenesis
Improvement of clavulanic acid-producing Streptomyces clavuligerus
(Chin)

Meng Y., Wang Z., Guan J.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5
(614-617), 2005 [J. Guan, Chengdu Institute of Biology, Chinese
Academy of Sciences, Chengdu 610041, China]

See also:
Improvement of photoheterotrophic hydrogen production of Rhodobacter sphaeroides by removal of B800-850 light-harvesting complex 1018
Essential Cysteine Residues in Bacillus subtilis Spore Photoproduct Lyase Identified by Alanine Scanning Mutagenesis 1053

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

959

68

1. BIOTECHNOLOGY - TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES


Breeding techniques

See:
Tuber borchii mycelial protoplasts isolation, characterization and functional delivery of liposome content, a new step towards truffles biotechnology 964

Strain stability
See:
Stability of autolytic lactococci during starter production and storage in commercial whey-based media 1504

Fermentor behaviour
See:
Microbial behaviour in a membrane bioreactor with complete sludge retention 1019
Responses of sludge flocs to shear strength 1021

1.4. Expression Systems for Foreign Products


Microbial
Baculoviral polyhedrin-Bacillus thuringiensis toxin fusion protein: A
protein-based bio-insecticide expressed in Escherichia coli

Seo J.H., Yeo J.S., Cha H.J.; Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/2 (166-172),
2005 [H.J. Cha, Department of Chemical Engineering, Division of
Molecular and Life Sciences, Pohang University of Science and
Technology, Pohang 790- 784, South Korea]

960

Functional expression of an ajmaline pathway-specific esterase from


Rauvolfia in a novel plant-virus expression system

Ruppert M., Woll J., Giritch A., et al.; Planta 222/5 (888-898),
2005 [J. Stockigt, Department of Pharmaceutical Biology, Institute
of Pharmacy, Johannes Gutenberg- University, Staudinger Weg 5,
55128 Mainz, Germany]

961

Cloning, expression and purification of feline proinsulin

Hoenig M., Caffall Z.F., McGraw R.A., Ferguson D.C.; Domest.


Anim. Endocrinol. 30/1 (28-37), 2006 [M. Hoenig, Department of
Physiology and Pharmacology, College of Veterinary Medicine,
University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602- 7389, United States]

962

Expression and purification of subtilisin DFE (douchi fibrinolytic


enzyme) gene in Pichia pastoris (Chin)

Zhang R., Wang H., Tan N., et al.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol.
11/5 (623-626), 2005 [Y. Zhang, Sichuan Key Lab. of Molecular
Biology and Biotechnology, College of Life Sciences, Sichuan
University, Chengdu 610064, China]

963

Tuber borchii mycelial protoplasts isolation, characterization and


functional delivery of liposome content, a new step towards truffles
biotechnology

Poma A., Colafarina S., Limongi T., Pacioni G.; FEMS


Microbiol. Lett. 253/2 (331-337), 2005 [A. Poma, Department of
Basic and Applied Biology, Faculty of Biotechnology, University of
LAquila, Via Vetoio 1, I- 67010 LAquila, Italy]

964

See also:
4-Pyridoxolactonase from a symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacterium Mesorhizobium loti: Cloning, expression, and characterization 953
Flow-cytometric detection of changes in the physiological state of E. coli expressing a heterologous membrane protein during carbon-limited fedbatch cultivation 971
Scale-up of fermentation and purification of recombinant allophycocyanin over-expressed in Escherichia coli 994
Recombinant production of human microsomal cytochrome P450 2D6 in the methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris 1061
Functional coupling between vanillate-O-demethylase and formaldehyde detoxification pathway 1072
Purification and properties of a xylanase from Ceriporiopsis subvermispora cultivated on Pinus taeda 1074

Plant cell
Isolation and characterization of a glucose/mannose-specific lectin
with stimulatory effect on nitric oxide production by macrophages
from the emperor banana

Wong J.H., Ng T.B.; Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol. 38/2 (234-243),


2006 [T.B. Ng, Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine,
Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, New Territories, Hong
Kong]

965

See also:
Aqueous extraction of maize endosperm: Insights for recombinant protein hosts based on downstream processing 1103

1.5. Process Design and Equipment


Bioluminescence technology for imaging cell proliferation

Momota H., Holland E.C.; Curr. Opin. Biotechnol. 16/6


(681-686), 2005 [E.C. Holland, Departments of Cancer Biology and
Genetics, Memorial Sloan- Kettering Cancer Center, 1275 York
Avenue, New York, NY 10021, United States]

966

Positioning, displacement, and localization of cells using ultrasonic


forces

Haake A., Neild A., Radziwill G., Dual J.; Biotechnol. Bioeng.
92/1 (8-14), 2005 [A. Neild, Center of Mechanics, Swiss Federal
Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland]

967

See also:
Dynamics of single cell property distributions in Chinese hamster ovary cell cultures monitored and controlled with automated flow cytometry 999
Biosoftening of coir fiber using selected microorganisms 1042
Biotransformation of R-2-hydroxy-4-phenylbutyric acid by D lactate dehydrogenase and Candida boidinii cells containing formate dehydrogenase coimmobilized in a fibrous bed
bioreactor 1048

Biochemical engineering
Optimization of medium constituents for a novel lipopeptide
production by Bacillus subtilis MO-01 by a response surface
method

Gu X.- B., Zheng Z.- M., Yu H.- Q., et al.; Process Biochem.
40/10 (3196-3201), 2005 [R.- L. Liu, College of Life Sciences,
Nankai University, Tianjin 300071, China]

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

968

1. BIOTECHNOLOGY - TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES

69

Bioconversion of methyl-testosterone in a biphasic system

Songtao B., Lianxiang D., Liming Z., Fuping L.; Process


Biochem. 40/10 (3309-3313), 2005 [B. Songtao, Key Laboratory of
Industrial Microbiology, Tianjin University of Science and
Technology, Tianjin 300222, China]

969

Bioencapsulation by compression coating of probiotic bacteria for


their protection in an acidic medium

Chan E.S., Zhang Z.; Process Biochem. 40/10 (3346-3351), 2005


[E.S. Chan, Chemical Engineering Programme, School of
Engineering and IT, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Locked Bag 2073,
88999 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia]

970

Flow-cytometric detection of changes in the physiological state of E.


coli expressing a heterologous membrane protein during
carbon-limited fedbatch cultivation

Looser V., Hammes F., Keller M., et al.; Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/1
(69-78), 2005 [T. Egli, Swiss Federal Institute of Environmental

Science and Technology, EAWAG, Uberlandstrasse


133, CH- 8600
Dubendorf, Switzerland]

971

Micropatterning proteins on polyhydroxyalkanoate substrates by


using the substrate binding domain as a fusion partner

Park J.P., Lee K.- B., Lee S.J., et al.; Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/2
(160-165), 2005 [S.Y. Lee, Metabolic and Biomolecular
Engineering National Research Laboratory, Department of
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, BioProcess Engineering
Research Center, 373- 1 Guseong- dong, Yuseong- gu, Daejeon
305- 701, South Korea]

972

Upgrading of an industrial lignin by using laccase produced by


Fusarium proliferatum and different laccase-mediator systems

Hernandez Fernaud J.R., Carnicero A., Perestelo F., et al.;


Enzyme Microb. Technol. 38/1-2 (40-48), 2006 [M.A. Falcon,
Departamento de Microbiologa Y Biologa Celular, Facultad de
Farmacia, Universidad de La Laguna, 38206 La Laguna, Tenerife,
Spain]

973

The effect of agitation and aeration on the synthesis and molecular


weight of gellan in batch cultures of Sphingomonas paucimobilis

Giavasis I., Harvey L.M., McNeil B.; Enzyme Microb. Technol.


38/1-2 (101-108), 2006 [B. McNeil, Strathclyde Fermentation
Centre, University of Strathclyde, Department of Bioscience, 204
George street, Glasgow G1 1XW, United Kingdom]

974

Use of a UF-membrane reactor for controlling selectively the nitrile


hydratase-amidase system in Microbacterium imperiale CBS
498-74 resting cells - Case study: Benzonitrile conversion

Cantarella M., Cantarella L., Gallifuoco A., Spera A.; Enzyme


Microb. Technol. 38/1-2 (126-134), 2006 [M. Cantarella,
Department of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Materials,
University of LAquila, Monteluco di Roio, 67040 LAquila, Italy]

975

Continuous enzymatic cellulose hydrolysis in a tubular membrane


bioreactor

Belafi- Bako K., Koutinas A., Nemestothy N., et al.; Enzyme


Microb. Technol. 38/1-2 (155-161), 2006 [K. Belafi- Bako,
Department of Bioengineering, Research Institute of Chemical and
Process Engineering, University of Veszprem, P.O. Box 125,
Veszprem, 8200, Hungary]

976

Cutinase production conditions with Thermobifida fusca (Chin)

Bi F., Shi J., Li Y., Chen J.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5
(608-610), 2005 [J. Chen, Key Lab. of Industrial Biotechnology,
Ministry of Education, Southern Yangtze University, Wuxi, 214036,
Jiangsu, China]

977

Effect of levulinic acid and precursors on synthesis of


5-aminolevulinic acid in Rhodobacter sphaeroides (Chin)

Wang J., Zhang Z.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5 (611-613),
2005 [Z. Zhang, College of Life Sciences and Technology, Shanxi
University, Taiyuan 030006, China]

978

Statistical approach to development of culture medium for


ansamitocin P-3 production with Actinosynnema pretiosum ATCC
31565

Bandi S., Kim Y.J., Sa S.O., Chang Y.- K.; J. Microbiol.


Biotechnol. 15/5 (930-937), 2005 [Y.- K. Chang, Department of
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute
of Science and Technology, 373- 1 Guseong- dong, Yuseong- gu,
Daejeon 305- 701, South Korea]

979

The effect of carbon sources on nisin Z biosynthesis in Lactococcus


lactis subsp. lactis A164

Cheigh C.- I., Lee S.- J., Pyun Y.- R., et al.; J. Microbiol.
Biotechnol. 15/5 (1152-1157), 2005 [H. Park, Division of Applied
Biological Sciences, Sunmoon University, Asan, Chung Nam 336708, South Korea]

980

See also:
Purification and characterization of a novel exocellular keratinase from Kocuria rosea 936
Purification and characterization of a protease extracellularly produced by Monascus purpureus CCRC31499 in a shrimp and crab shell powder medium 1000
Influence of initial pH on hydrogen production from cheese whey 1046
Continuous cyclodextrin glucanotransferase production by free and immobilized cells of Bacillus circulans ATCC 21783 in bioreactors 1057
Effect of fermentation system on the production and properties of tannase of Aspergillus niger van Tieghem MTCC 2425 1162

Process monitoring
Combined sulfite method for the measurement of the oxygen transfer
coefficient kL a in bioreactors

Puskeiler R., Weuster- Botz D.; J. Biotechnol. 120/4 (430-438),


2005 [R. Puskeiler, Lehrstuhl fur Bioverfahrenstechnik, Technische
Universitat Munchen, Boltzmannstrasse 15, 85748 Garching,
Germany]

981

Development of rapid screening method for low-yielding chitosanase


activity using Remazol Brilliant Blue-chitosan as substrate

Fen L.L., Md.Illias R., Kamaruddin K., et al.; Enzyme Microb.


Technol. 38/1-2 (215-219), 2006 [O. Hassan, School of Chemical
Sciences and Food Technology, Faculty of Science and Technology,
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 43600 UKM Bangi, Malaysia]

982

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

70

1. BIOTECHNOLOGY - TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES


Immobilization of cells

Continuous biotransformation of glycopeptide antibiotic A40926 in a


cascade of three airlift bioreactors using immobilized Actinoplanes
teichomyceticus cells

Jovetic S., Marinelli F., Tramper J.; Enzyme Microb. Technol.


38/1-2 (34-39), 2006 [S. Jovetic, Vicuron Pharmaceuticals, Via R.
Lepetit 34, 21040 Gerenzano (VA), Italy]

983

Immobilization of the marine microalga Phaeodactylum tricornutum


in alginate for in situ experiments: Bead stability and suitability

Moreira S.M., Moreira- Santos M., Guilhermino L., Ribeiro R.;


Enzyme Microb. Technol. 38/1-2 (135-141), 2006 [R. Ribeiro,
Instituto Do Ambiente e Vida, Departamento de Zoologia,
Universidade de Coimbra, Largo Marques de Pombal, 3004- 517
Coimbra, Portugal]

984

Inulinase biosynthesis using immobilized mycelium of Aspergillus


niger

Skowronek M., Fiedurek J.; Enzyme Microb. Technol. 38/1-2


(162-167), 2006 [J. Fiedurek, Institute of Microbiology, M. CurieSkodowska University, Akademicka 19, 20- 033 Lublin, Poland]

985

PVA-gel (Lentikats) as an effective matrix for yeast strain


immobilization aimed at heterologous protein production

Parascandola P., Branduardi P., De Alteriis E.; Enzyme Microb.


Technol. 38/1-2 (184-189), 2006 [E. De Alteriis, Sez. Igiene e
Microbiologia, Dipto. di Fisiologia Generale Ed Ambientale,
Universit`a degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Via Mezzocannone 16,
80134 Napoli, Italy]

986

Starvation enhances phosphorus removal from wastewater by the


microalga Chlorella spp. co-immobilized with Azospirillum
brasilense

Hernandez J.- P., De- Bashan L.E., Bashan Y.; Enzyme Microb.
Technol. 38/1-2 (190-198), 2006 [Y. Bashan, Environmental
Microbiology Group, Center for Biological Research of the
Northwest (CIB), P.O. Box 128, La Paz, B.C.S. 23000, Mexico]

987

See also:
Optimization of lactic acid production from whey by L casei NRRL B-441 immobilized in chitosan stabilized Ca-alginate beads 1044
Continuous cyclodextrin glucanotransferase production by free and immobilized cells of Bacillus circulans ATCC 21783 in bioreactors 1057

Immobilization of enzymes
Application of immobilized enzyme reactor in on-line high
performance liquid chromatography: A review

Girelli A.M., Mattei E.; J. Chromatogr. B Anal. Technol. Biomed.


Life Sci. 819/1 (3-16), 2005 [A.M. Girelli, Dipartimento di
Chimica, Universit`a degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, P.le A. Moro
5, 00185 Roma, Italy]

988

Optimized synthesis of citronellyl flavour esters using free and


immobilized lipase from Rhizopus sp.

Melo L.L.M.M., Pastore G.M., Macedo G.A.; Process Biochem.


40/10 (3181-3185), 2005 [G.A. Macedo, Department of Food
Science, FEA, UNICAMP, CP 6121, Campinas, SP, CEP 13081970, Brazil]

989

Stabilization of enzymes by multipoint attachment via reversible


immobilization on phenylboronic activated supports

Torres R., Pessela B., Fuentes M., et al.; J. Biotechnol. 120/4


(396-401), 2005 [R. Fernandez- Lafuente, Departamento de
Biocatalisis, Instituto de Catalisis- CSIC, Campus Universidad
Autonoma, Cantoblanco, 28049 Madrid, Spain]

990

Preparation of a reusable enzyme strip for determination of serum


cholesterol

Bhatia D., Suman, Pundir C.S.; Indian J. Biotechnol. 4/4


(471-475), 2005 [C.S. Pundir, Biochemistry Research Laboratory,
Department of Bio- Sciences, M D University, Rohtak 124 001,
India]

991

Immobilization of chitosan-modified invertase on alginate-coated


chitin support via polyelectrolyte complex formation

Gomez L., Ramrez H.L., Villalonga M.L., et al.; Enzyme Microb.


Technol. 38/1-2 (22-27), 2006 [R. Villalonga, Enzyme Technology
Group, Center for Biotechnological Studies, University of
Matanzas, C.P. 44740, Matanzas, Cuba]

992

Optimization of fermentation conditions for the production of ethanol


from sago starch by co-immobilized amyloglucosidase and cells of
Zymomonas mobilis using response surface methodology

Bandaru V.V.R., Somalanka S.R., Mendu D.R., et al.; Enzyme


Microb. Technol. 38/1-2 (209-214), 2006 [V.V.R. Bandaru,
Department of Neurology, Johns Hopkins University School of
Medicine, Pathology 233/Meyer 222, 600 North Wolfe Street,
Baltimore, MD 21287, United States]

993

See also:
Synthesis of ascorbyloleate by immobilized Candida antarctica lipases 1083
Enhanced ethyl butyrate production by surfactant coated lipase immobilized on silica 1084

Scale-up methods
Scale-up of fermentation and purification of recombinant
allophycocyanin over-expressed in Escherichia coli

Ge B., Tang Z., Zhao F., et al.; Process Biochem. 40/10


(3190-3195), 2005 [S. Qin, Institute of Oceanology, Key Laboratory
of Experimental Marine Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
No. 7 Nanhai Road, Qingdao 266071, China]

994

Effect of scale-up on wall shear rates in circulating bubble columns

Al- Masry W.A., Al- Ahmed M.I.; J. Chem. Technol. Biotechnol.


80/11 (1230-1235), 2005 [W.A. Al- Masry, Department of Chemical
Engineering, College of Engineering, King Saud University,
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia]

995

See also:
Multi-objective optimization in Aspergillus niger fermentation for selective product enhancement 1071

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

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71

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Enzyme
Kinetic modelling of the thermal inactivation of an industrial
-galactosidase from Kluyveromyces fragilis

Ladero M., Santos A., Garca- Ochoa F.; Enzyme Microb. Technol.
38/1-2 (1-9), 2006 [F. Garca- Ochoa, Dpto. Ingeniera Qumica, Fac.
CC. Qumicas, Universidad Complutense, 28040 Madrid, Spain]

996

Purification, kinetics and spectral characterisation of a new versatile


peroxidase from a Bjerkandera sp. isolate

Moreira P.R., Bouillenne F., Almeida- Vara E., et al.; Enzyme


Microb. Technol. 38/1-2 (28-33), 2006 [J.C. Duarte, Departamento
de Biotecnologia, Instituto National de Engenharia, Tecnologia e
Inovaca o (INETI), Est. Paco do Lumiar 22, P- 1649- 038 Lisboa,
Portugal]

997

See also:
A new type of O-2 -generating tool for oxidative stress studies by remodeling neutrophil NADPH oxidase 1065
Purication and characteristics of acid protease from Aspergillus niger SL2-111 1070
Effect of alkali pretreatment on cellulase hydrolysis of wheat straw: Kinetic study 1086
Identification of protease from Euphorbia amygdaloides latex and its use in cheese production 1513

Microbial
Kinetic analysis of photosynthetic growth and photohydrogen
production of two strains of Rhodobacter Capsulatus

He D., Bultel Y., Magnin J.- P., Willison J.C.; Enzyme Microb.
Technol. 38/1-2 (253-259), 2006 [D. He, College of Chemistry and
Chemical Engineering, Hunan University, Changsha 410082, China]

998

See also:
Characteristics of Streptococcus mutans strains lacking the MazEF and RelBE toxin-antitoxin modules 1073
Isolation of a triazophos-degrading strain Klebsiella sp. E6 effectively utilizing triazophos as sole nitrogen source 1547

Animal cell
Dynamics of single cell property distributions in Chinese hamster
ovary cell cultures monitored and controlled with automated flow
cytometry

Kacmar J., Srienc F.; J. Biotechnol. 120/4 (410-420), 2005 [F.


Srienc, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science,
University of Minnesota, 151 Amundson Hall, 421 Washington
Avenue S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55455- 0312, United States]

999

1.8. Downstream Processing


Purification and characterization of a protease extracellularly
produced by Monascus purpureus CCRC31499 in a shrimp and
crab shell powder medium

Liang T.- W., Lin J.- J., Yen Y.- H., et al.; Enzyme Microb.
Technol. 38/1-2 (74-80), 2006 [S.- L. Wang, 151 Ying- Chuan
Road, Tamsui 251, Taiwan]

1000

See also:
Purification and characterization of a novel exocellular keratinase from Kocuria rosea 936
Concomitant production and downstream processing of alkaline protease and biosurfactant from Bacillus licheniformis RG1: Bioformulation as detergent additive 1058
Partial purification and characterization of a pectin lyase produced by Penicillium oxalicum in solid-state fermentation (SSF) 1067
Aqueous extraction of maize endosperm: Insights for recombinant protein hosts based on downstream processing 1103

Chromatography
Reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography purification Mansour M.P.; J. Chromatogr. A 1097/1-2 (54-58), 2005 [M.P.
Mansour, CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Castray
of methyl esters of C16 -C28 polyunsaturated fatty acids in
microalgae, including octacosaoctaenoic acid [28:8(n-3)]
Esplanade Battery Point, G.P.O. Box 1538, Hobart, Tasmania 7001,
Australia]

1001

Enhanced yield and homogeneity of buffalo Growth Hormone by an


improved chromatographic protocol

Chaudhary R., Lee J.O., Muralidhar K.; Prep. Biochem.


Biotechnol. 35/4 (313-329), 2005 [K. Muralidhar, Hormone
Research Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Delhi,
Delhi 7, India]

1002

A reference preparation of buffalo pituitary follicle stimulating


hormone using lectin affinity chromatography

Chand H.S., Chaudhary R., Muralidhar K.; Prep. Biochem.


Biotechnol. 35/4 (331-345), 2005 [K. Muralidhar, Hormone
Research Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Delhi,
Delhi 110 007, India]

1003

See also:
Purication and characteristics of acid protease from Aspergillus niger SL2-111 1070

Filtration
Tangential flow microfiltration and ultrafiltration for human influenza
A virus concentration and purification

Wickramasinghe S.R., Kalbfu B., Zimmermann A., et al.;


Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/2 (199-208), 2005 [S.R. Wickramasinghe,
Department of Chemical Engineering, Colorado State University,
Fort Collins, CO 80523- 1370, United States]

1004

2. MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
The influence of N-glycosylation and C-terminal sequence on
secretion of HBV large surface antigen from S. cerevisiae

Park J.- S., Seo H.- S., Yum J.- S., et al.; Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/2
(250-255), 2005 [J. Lee, Department of Chemical and Biological
Engineering, Korea University, Anam- Dong 5- 1, Sungbuk- Ku,
Seoul 136- 718, South Korea]

See also:
Development and application of proteomics technologies in Saccharomyces cerevisiae 919
2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

1005

72

2. MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

Hydrolysis of nitriles and amides by filamentous fungi 929


Biosynthesis pathways for deoxysugars in antibiotic-producing actinomycetes: Isolation, characterization and generation of novel glycosylated derivatives 941

2.1. Brewing and Alcohol


See:
A survey of glycosidase activities of commercial wine strains of Oenococcus oeni 934

2.2. Pharmaceuticals
Ablation of the otcC gene encoding a post-polyketide hydroxylase
from the oxytetracyline biosynthetic pathway in Streptomyces
rimosus results in novel polyketides with altered chain length

Peric- Concha N., Borovicka B., Long P.F., et al.; J. Biol. Chem.
280/45 (37455-37460), 2005 [I.S. Hunter, Dept. of Bioscience,
Royal College, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow G1 1QW, United
Kingdom]

1006

The culture duration affects the immunomodulatory and anticancer


effect of polysaccharopeptide derived from Coriolus versicolor

Lee C.- L., Yang X., Wan J.M.- F.; Enzyme Microb. Technol.
38/1-2 (14-21), 2006 [J.M.- F. Wan, Department of Zoology,
Kardoorie Biological Science Building, University of Hong Kong,
Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong, Hong Kong]

1007

Bioengineering lactic acid bacteria to secrete the HIV-1 virucide


cyanovirin

Pusch O., Boden D., Hannify S., et al.; J. Acquired Immune Defic.
Syndr. 40/5 (512-520), 2005 [Dr. B. Ramratnam, Laboratory of
Retrovirology, Division of Infections Diseases, Brown Medical
School, 55 Claverick Street, Providence, RI 02903, United States]

1008

See also:
Cloning and in vivo functional analysis by disruption of a gene encoding the -butyrolactone autoregulator receptor from Streptomyces natalensis 949
Statistical approach to development of culture medium for ansamitocin P-3 production with Actinosynnema pretiosum ATCC 31565 979
Purification and Characterization of Two Novel Antimicrobial Peptides Subpeptin JM4-A and Subpeptin JM4-B Produced by Bacillus subtilis JM4 1678

2.4. Biofuels, Alcohol and Solvents


Ethanol and acetate synthesis from waste gas using batch culture of
Clostridium ljungdahlii

Najafpour G., Younesi H.; Enzyme Microb. Technol. 38/1-2


(223-228), 2006 [G. Najafpour, Department of Chemical
Engineering, Engineering College, University of Mazandaran,
Babol, Iran]

1009

See also:
Optimization of fermentation conditions for the production of ethanol from sago starch by co-immobilized amyloglucosidase and cells of Zymomonas mobilis using response surface
methodology 993

2.7. Biopolymers
Production of polysaccharides from Ganoderma lucidum (CCRC
36041) under limitations of nutrients

Hsieh C., Tseng M.- H., Liu C.- J.; Enzyme Microb. Technol.
38/1-2 (109-117), 2006 [C. Hsieh, Department of Biotechnology,
National Formosa University, Yun- Lin 63208, Taiwan]

1010

Poly( -hydroxybutyrate) production by a moderate halophile,


Halomonas boliviensis LC1

Quillaguaman J., Delgado O., Mattiasson B., Hatti- Kaul R.;


Enzyme Microb. Technol. 38/1-2 (148-154), 2006 [J. Quillaguaman,
Department of Biotechnology, Center for Chemistry and Chemical
Engineering, Lund University, P.O. Box 124, SE- 221 00 Lund,
Sweden]

1011

Emulsifying properties of a marine bacterial exopolysaccharide

Iyer A., Mody K., Jha B.; Enzyme Microb. Technol. 38/1-2
(220-222), 2006 [K. Mody, Central Salt and Marine Chemicals
Research Institute, G.B. Marg, Bhavnagar 364002, Gujarat, India]

1012

See also:
Sensory and rheological screening of exopolysaccharide producing strains of bacterial yoghurt cultures 1508

2.8. Agrochemicals and Inoculants


See:
Isarfelin, a peptide with antifungal and insecticidal activities from Isaria felina 1445

2.9. Other Products


Carbon dioxide stimulates the production of amylovorin L by
Lactobacillus amylovorus DCE 471, while enhanced aeration
causes biphasic kinetics of growth and bacteriocin production

Neysens P., De Vuyst L.; Int. J. Food Microbiol. 105/2 (191-202),


2005 [L. De Vuyst, Research Group of Industrial Microbiology,
Fermentation Technology and Downstream Processing (IMDO),
Department of Applied Biological Sciences, Vrije Universiteit
Brussel, Pleinlaan 2, B- 1050 Brussels, Belgium]

1013

Biosynthesis and identification of volatiles released by the


myxobacterium Stigmatella aurantiaca

Dickschat J.S., Bode H.B., Wenzel S.C., et al.; ChemBioChem


6/11 (2023-2033), 2005 [Dr. S. Schulz, Technische Universitat
Braunschweig, Institut fur Organische Chemie, Hagenring 30,
38106 Braunschweig, Germany]

1014

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

2. MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

73

Systemic optimization of microalgae for bioactive compound


production

Kim J.- D., Lee C.- G.; Biotechnol. Bioprocess Eng. 10/5
(418-424), 2005 [C.G. Lee, Institute of Industrial Biotechnology,
Department of Biological Engineering, Inha University, Inchon 402751, South Korea]

1015

Production of microbial iron chelators (siderophores) by fluorescent


Pseudomonads

Sayyed R.Z., Badgujar M.D., Sonawane H.M., et al.; Indian J.


Biotechnol. 4/4 (484-490), 2005 [S.B. Chincholkar, Department of
Microbiology, School of Life Sciences, North Maharashtra
University, Jalgaon 425 001, India]

1016

An unusual bioconjugate of glycerol and poly( -glutamic acid)


produced by Bacillus subtilis C1

Shih I.- L., Wu J.- Y., Wu P.- J., Shen M.- H.; J. Microbiol.
Biotechnol. 15/5 (919-923), 2005 [I.- L. Shih, Department of
Environmental Engineering, Da- Yeh University, Chang- Hwa,
Taiwan]

1017

Improvement of photoheterotrophic hydrogen production of


Rhodobacter sphaeroides by removal of B800-850 light-harvesting
complex

Kim E.- J., Yoo S.- B., Kim M.- S., Lee J.K.; J. Microbiol.
Biotechnol. 15/5 (1115-1119), 2005 [J.K. Lee, Department of Life
Science and Interdisciplinary Program of Integrated Biotechnology,
Sogang University, Seoul 121- 742, South Korea]

1018

See also:
Optimization of medium constituents for a novel lipopeptide production by Bacillus subtilis MO-01 by a response surface method 968
Effect of levulinic acid and precursors on synthesis of 5-aminolevulinic acid in Rhodobacter sphaeroides 978
pH Shift enhancement of Candida utilis pyruvate decarboxylase production 1068
Effect of different carbon and nitrogen sources on laccase and peroxidases production by selected Pleurotus species 1069
Influence of fermentation conditions on levan production by Zymomonas mobilis CT2 1165

2.10. Waste Disposal


Microbial behaviour in a membrane bioreactor with complete sludge
retention

Liu R., Huang X., Xi J., Qian Y.; Process Biochem. 40/10
(3165-3170), 2005 [X. Huang, Environment Simulation and
Pollution Control State Key Laboratory, Department of
Environmental Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University,
Beijing 100084, China]

1019

Influence of bioparticle size on the degradation of partially soluble


wastewater in an anaerobic sequencing batch biofilm reactor
(ASBBR)

Pinho S.C., Ratusznei S.M., Rodrigues J.A.D., et al.; Process


Biochem. 40/10 (3206-3212), 2005 [M. Zaiat, Universidade de Sao
Paulo, Escola de Engenharia de Sao Carlos (EESC), Departamento
de Hidraulica e Saneamento, Av. Trabalhador S.- carlense 400,
13566- 590 Sao Carlos, Brazil]

1020

Responses of sludge flocs to shear strength

Liu Q.- S., Liu Y., Tay J.- H., Kuan Y.S.; Process Biochem. 40/10
(3213-3217), 2005 [Q.- S. Liu, Environmental Engineering
Research Centre, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
Nanyang Technological University, 50 Nanyang Avenue, 639798,
Singapore, Singapore]

1021

Combining anaerobic digestion and ozonation to remove PAH from


urban sludge

Bernal- Martnez A., Carr`ere H., Patureau D., Delgen`es J.P.;


Process Biochem. 40/10 (3244-3250), 2005 [H. Carr`ere, Institut
National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA), Laboratoire de
Biotechnologie de lEnvironnement, Avenue des Etangs, F- 11100
Narbonne, France]

1022

The elemental compositions of P-accumulating microbial granules


developed in sequencing batch reactors

Liu Y., Lin Y.- M., Tay J.- H.; Process Biochem. 40/10
(3258-3262), 2005 [Y. Liu, Division of Environmental and Water
Resources Engineering, School of Civil and Environmental
Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, 50 Nanyang
Avenue, Singapore 639798, Singapore]

1023

Influence of phenol on nitrification by microbial granules

Liu Y.- Q., Tay J.- H., Ivanov V., et al.; Process Biochem. 40/10
(3285-3289), 2005 [V. Ivanov, Environmental Engineering Research
Centre, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Nanyang
Technological University, 50 Nanyang Avenue, Singapore 639798,
Singapore]

1024

Effect of temperature, and surfactants HLB and dose over the


TPH-diesel biodegradation process in aged soils

Torres L.G., Rojas N., Bautista G., Iturbe R.; Process Biochem.
40/10 (3296-3302), 2005 [L.G. Torres, Instituto de Ingeniera,
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Grupo Saneamiento de
Suelos Y Acuferos, Apartado Postal 70- 472, Mexico D.F., Mexico]

1025

Decolorization studies of synthetic dyes using Phanerochaete


chrysosporium and their kinetics

Radha K.V., Regupathi I., Arunagiri A., Murugesan T.; Process


Biochem. 40/10 (3337-3345), 2005 [T. Murugesan, Department of
Chemical Engineering, AC College of Technology, Anna
University, Chennai 600025, India]

1026

Rate of ammonia oxidation in a synthetic saline wastewater by a


nitrifying mixed-culture

Sanchez O., Aspe E., Marti M.C., Roeckel M.; J. Chem. Technol.
Biotechnol. 80/11 (1261-1267), 2005 [M. Roeckel, Departamento
de Ingeniera Qumica, Universidad de Concepcion, Casilla 160 C,
Concepcion, Chile]

1027

Expansion characteristics of an anaerobic fluidized bed reactor with


internal biogas production

Wu C.- S., Huang J.- S., Gou H.- Y.; J. Chem. Technol.
Biotechnol. 80/11 (1273-1281), 2005 [C.- S. Wu, Department of
Resource and Environment, Leader University, Tainan City 709,
Taiwan]

1028

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

74

2. MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

Anaerobic biodegradation of oleic and palmitic acids: Evidence of


mass transfer limitations caused by long chain fatty acid
accumulation onto the anaerobic sludge

Pereira M.A., Pires O.C., Mota M., Alves M.M.; Biotechnol.


Bioeng. 92/1 (15-23), 2005 [M.M. Alves, Centro de Engenharia
Biologica, Universidade do Minho, 4710- 057 Braga, Portugal]

1029

Effect of pH change on the performance and microbial community of


enhanced biological phosphate removal process

Zhang T., Liu Y., Fang H.H.P.; Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/2


(173-182), 2005 [H.H.P. Fang, Department of Civil Engineering,
Environmental Biotechnology Laboratory, University of Hong
Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong, Hong Kong]

1030

Degradation of 4-aminophenol by newly isolated Pseudomonas sp.


strain ST-4

Afzal Khan S., Hamayun M., Ahmed S.; Enzyme Microb.


Technol. 38/1-2 (10-13), 2006 [S. Ahmed, Microbiology Research
Laboratory, Department of Biological Sciences, Quaid- I- Azam
University, Islamabad, Pakistan]

1031

Effect of sludge age on performance of an activated sludge unit


treating 2,4 dichlorophenol-containing synthetic wastewater

Kargi F., Eker S.; Enzyme Microb. Technol. 38/1-2 (60-64), 2006
[F. Kargi, Department of Environmental Engineering, Dokuz Eylul
University, Buca, Izmir, Turkey]

1032

Decolorization of synthetic and real textile wastewater by the use of


white-rot fungi

Nilsson I., Moller A., Mattiasson B., et al.; Enzyme Microb.


Technol. 38/1-2 (94-100), 2006 [U. Welander, School of
Technology and Design, Department of Chemistry,
Vaxjo University, Vejdes Plats 6, SE- 351 95 Vaxjo, Sweden]

1033

Identification of an aerobic denitrifying bacterium and its potential


application in wastewater treatment

Li P., Zheng Y., Chen S., et al.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5
(600-603), 2005 [D. Liu, College of Life Sciences, Central China
Normal University, Wuhan 430079, China]

1034

Effect of COD concentration on performance of anaerobic ammonium Kang J., Wang J.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5 (604-607),
oxidation by granular sludge (Chin)
2005 [J. Wang, Laboratory of Environmental Technology, INET,
Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China]

1035

Production and roles of N2 O and NOx in biological nitrogen removal


from wastewater (Chin)

Lu P., Zhang D., Li X.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5


(632-637), 2005 [P. Lu, College of Resources and Environmental
Sciences, Chongqing University, Chongqing 400030, China]

1036

Advance in microbiological research of activated sludge system for


phosphorus removal (Chin)

Zhou K., Xu M., Cao H.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5
(638-641), 2005 [M. Xu, Key Lab. of Animal Ecology and
Conservation Biology, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of
Sciences, Beijing 100080, China]

1037

Advance in bacterial azoreduction research (Chin)

Hong Y., Xu M., Guo J., et al.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5
(642-647), 2005 [G. Sun, Guangdong Institute of Microbiology,
Guangzhou 510070, China]

1038

Removal characteristics of ethyl acetate and 2-butanol by a biofilter


packed with Jeju scoria

Kam S.- K., Kang K.- H., Lee M.- G.; J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.
15/5 (977-983), 2005 [M.- Y. Lee, Division of Applied and
Chemical Engineering, Pukyong National University, Busan 608739, South Korea]

1039

See also:
Removal of microcystins by phototrophic biofilms: A microcosm study 1347
Degradation of Mono-chlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxins by Janibacter sp. Strain YA Isolated from River Sediment 1612
An attempt to compare the performance of bioscrubbers and biotrickling filters for degradation of ethyl acetate in gas streams 1618
Rhizobium daejeonense sp. nov. isolated from a cyanide treatment bioreactor 1659
Proteiniphilum acetatigenes gen. nov., sp. nov., from a UASB reactor treating brewery wastewater 1694

2.11. Renewable Resources


Non-biodegradable biopolymers from renewable resources:
Perspectives and impacts

Steinbuchel
A.; Curr. Opin. Biotechnol. 16/6 (607-613), 2005 [A.
Steinbuchel, Institut fur Molekulare Mikrobiologie und
Biotechnologie, Westfalische Wilhelms- Universitat, Correnstrasse
3, D- 48149 Munster, Germany]

1040

Biogas production from crop residues on a farm-scale level: Is it


economically feasible under conditions in Sweden?

Svensson L.M., Christensson K., Bjornsson L.; Bioprocess


Biosyst. Eng. 28/3 (139-148), 2005 [L.M. Svensson, Department of
Biotechnology, Lund University, P.O. Box 124, SE- 22100, Lund,
Sweden]

1041

Biosoftening of coir fiber using selected microorganisms

Rajan A., Senan R.C., Pavithran C., Abraham T.E.; Bioprocess


Biosyst. Eng. 28/3 (165-173), 2005 [T.E. Abraham, Bioactive
Polymer Engineering Section, Polymer Division, Regional Research
Laboratory (CSIR), 695 019 Trivandrum, Kerala, India]

1042

See also:
Upgrading of an industrial lignin by using laccase produced by Fusarium proliferatum and different laccase-mediator systems 973
Storage of biodegradable polymers by an enriched microbial community in a sequencing batch reactor operated at high organic load rate 1045
Laccase production by Pycnoporus cinnabarinus grown on sugar-cane bagasse: Influence of ethanol vapours as inducer 1059

2.12. Biochemical Transformations


Microbial transformation of tannin-rich substrate to gallic acid
through co-culture method

Banerjee R., Mukherjee G., Patra K.C.; Bioresour. Technol. 96/8


(949-953), 2005 [R. Banerjee, Microbial Biotechnology and
Downstream Processing Laboratory, Agricultural and Food
Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
721302, West Bengal, India]

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

1043

3. ENZYME BIOTECHNOLOGY

75

Optimization of lactic acid production from whey by L casei NRRL


B-441 immobilized in chitosan stabilized Ca-alginate beads

uz
M., Harsa S.; J. Chem. Technol.
Goksungur Y., Gund
Biotechnol. 80/11 (1282-1290), 2005 [Y. Goksungur, Ege
University, Faculty of Engineering, Food Engineering Department,
35100 Bornova, Izmir, Turkey]

1044

Storage of biodegradable polymers by an enriched microbial


community in a sequencing batch reactor operated at high organic
load rate

Dionisi D., Beccari M., Gregorio S.D., et al.; J. Chem. Technol.


Biotechnol. 80/11 (1306-1318), 2005 [D. Dionisi, Department of
Chemistry, University of Rome La Sapienza, P le Ado Moro 5,
00185 Rome, Italy]

1045

Influence of initial pH on hydrogen production from cheese whey

Ferchichi M., Crabbe E., Gil G.- H., et al.; J. Biotechnol. 120/4
(402-409), 2005 [E. Crabbe, Research and Development
Department, KAM Biotechnology Ltd., #101 9710- 187 St., Surrey,
BC V3N 4N6, Canada]

1046

Transformation of a monoterpene ketone, piperitenone, and related


terpenoids using Mucor piriformis

Thulasiram H.V., Madyastha K.M.; Can. J. Microbiol. 51/6


(447-454), 2005 [H.V. Thulasiram, Department of Chemistry,
University of Utah, 2253 Henry Eyring Building, Salt Lake City,
UT 84112, United States]

1047

Biotransformation of R-2-hydroxy-4-phenylbutyric acid by D lactate


dehydrogenase and Candida boidinii cells containing formate
dehydrogenase coimmobilized in a fibrous bed bioreactor

Bai Y., Yang S.- T.; Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/2 (137-146), 2005 [S.T. Yang, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering,
Ohio State University, 140 West 19th Avenue, Columbus, OH
43210, United States]

1048

A model of xylitol production by the yeast Candida mogii

Tochampa W., Sirisansaneeyakul S., Vanichsriratana W., et al.;


Bioprocess Biosyst. Eng. 28/3 (175-183), 2005 [S.
Sirisansaneeyakul, Department of Biotechnology, Kasetsart
University, Bangkok, 10900, Thailand]

1049

See also:
Degradation of rice bran hemicellulose by Paenibacillus sp. strain HC1: Gene cloning, characterization and function of -D-glucosidase as an enzyme involved in degradation 948
Bioconversion of methyl-testosterone in a biphasic system 969
Functional coupling between vanillate-O-demethylase and formaldehyde detoxification pathway 1072

3. ENZYME BIOTECHNOLOGY
Equilibrium and kinetic modeling of adsorption of urea nitrogen onto
chitosan coated dialdehyde cellulose

Zu P.L., Ya Q.F., Shu X.M., Zhi Y.L.; Process Biochem. 40/10


(3218-3224), 2005 [Q.F. Ya, Department of Fine Chemicals, Tianjin
University, Tianjin, China]

1050

Laccase-catalysed iodide oxidation in presence of methyl syringate

Kulys J., Bratkovskaja I., Vidziunaite R.; Biotechnol. Bioeng.


92/1 (124-128), 2005 [J. Kulys, Department of Enzyme Chemistry,
Institute of Biochemistry, Mokslininku 12, LT- 08662 Vilnius,
Lithuania]

1051

Horseradish peroxidase thermostabilization: The combinatorial


effects of the surface modification and the polyols

Hassani L., Ranjbar B., Khajeh K., et al.; Enzyme Microb.


Technol. 38/1-2 (118-125), 2006 [B. Ranjbar, Department of
Biophysics and Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, Tarbiat Modarres
University, P.O. Box 14115- 175, Tehran, Iran]

1052

3.1. Production and Synthesis of Enzymes


Essential Cysteine Residues in Bacillus subtilis Spore Photoproduct
Lyase Identified by Alanine Scanning Mutagenesis

Fajardo- Cavazos P., Rebeil R., Nicholson W.L.; Curr. Microbiol.


51/5 (331-335), 2005 [W.L. Nicholson, Department of Microbiology
and Cell Science, University of Florida, Space Life Sciences
Laboratory, Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899, United States]

1053

Restricted electron flux increases coenzyme Q10 production in


Agrobacterium tumefaciens ATCC4452

Choi G.- S., Kim Y.- S., Seo J.- H., Ryu Y.- W.; Process Biochem.
40/10 (3225-3229), 2005 [Y.- W. Ryu, Department of Molecular
Science and Technology, College of Engineering, Ajou University,
San 5, Woncheon- dong, Yeongtong- gu, Suwon 443- 749, South
Korea]

1054

Bleach-enhancing abilities of Thermomyces lanuginosus xylanases


produced by solid state fermentation

Christopher L., Bissoon S., Singh S., et al.; Process Biochem.


40/10 (3230-3235), 2005 [L. Christopher, Sappi Biotechnology
Laboratory, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of
Pretoria, c/o Lynnwood r. and University road, Pretoria 0001, South
Africa]

1055

Effect of temperature shift on production of xylanase by Aspergillus


niger

Yuan Q.- P., Wang J.- D., Zhang H., Qian Z.- M.; Process
Biochem. 40/10 (3255-3257), 2005 [Q.- P. Yuan, Department of
Pharmaceutical Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical
Technology, Beijing 100029, China]

1056

Continuous cyclodextrin glucanotransferase production by free and


immobilized cells of Bacillus circulans ATCC 21783 in bioreactors

Vassileva A., Beschkov V., Ivanova V., Tonkova A.; Process


Biochem. 40/10 (3290-3295), 2005 [A. Tonkova, Department of
Extremophilic Bacteria, Institute of Microbiology, Bulgarian
Academy of Sciences, 26 Acad. G. Bonchev Str., 1113 Sofia,
Bulgaria]

1057

Concomitant production and downstream processing of alkaline


protease and biosurfactant from Bacillus licheniformis RG1:
Bioformulation as detergent additive

Ramnani P., Suresh Kumar S., Gupta R.; Process Biochem.


40/10 (3352-3359), 2005 [R. Gupta, Department of Microbiology,
University of Delhi South Campus, Benito Juarez Road, New Delhi
110021, India]

1058

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

76

3. ENZYME BIOTECHNOLOGY

Laccase production by Pycnoporus cinnabarinus grown on sugar-cane


bagasse: Influence of ethanol vapours as inducer

Meza J.C., Lomascolo A., Casalot L., et al.; Process Biochem.


40/10 (3365-3371), 2005 [R. Auria, Unite IRD de Biodepollution,
IFR 86 de Biotechnologie Agro- Industrielle de Marseille,
Universite de Provence et de la Mediterranee, 163 Avenue de
Luminy, Case 925, 13288 Marseille Cedex 09, France]

1059

A practical enzymatic synthesis of UDP sugars and NDP glucoses

Bae J., Kim K.- H., Kim D., et al.; ChemBioChem 6/11
(1963-1966), 2005 [Dr. D.- S. Lee, Genome Research Center, Korea
Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Yuseong,
Daejeon 305- 333, South Korea]

1060

Recombinant production of human microsomal cytochrome P450


2D6 in the methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris

Dietrich M., Grundmann L., Kurr K., et al.; ChemBioChem 6/11


(2014-2022), 2005 [Dr. S. Lange, Institute of Technical
Biochemistry, University of Stuttgart, Allmandring 31, 70569
Stuttgart, Germany]

1061

Development of ethylene-diamine resistant ammonia excreting


mutants of Azospirillum lipoferum

Jawa R., Chander R., Charaya M.C.; Ann. Agri Bio Res. 10/2
(195-198), 2005 [R. Jawa, Department of Botany, Chaudhary
Charan Singh University, Meerut (U. P.), India]

1062

Novel microbial epoxide hydrolases for biohydrolysis of glycidyl


derivatives

Kotik M., Brichac J., Kyslk P.; J. Biotechnol. 120/4 (364-375),


2005 [M. Kotik, Laboratory of Enzyme Technology, Institute of
Microbiology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic,
Vdenska 1083, 142 20 Prague 4, Czech Republic]

1063

Enzymatic surface modification of poly(ethylene terephthalate)

Vertommen M.A.M.E., Nierstrasz V.A., Veer M.V.D.,


Warmoeskerken M.M.C.G.; J. Biotechnol. 120/4 (376-386), 2005
[V.A. Nierstrasz, Textile Technology Group, Department of Science
and Technology, University of Twente, P.O. Box 217, 7500 AE
Enschede, Netherlands]

1064

A new type of O-2 -generating tool for oxidative stress studies by


remodeling neutrophil NADPH oxidase

Tamura M., Nagasawa T., Tange T., et al.; J. Biotechnol. 120/4


(421-429), 2005 [M. Tamura, Department of Applied Chemistry,
Faculty of Engineering, Ehime University, Matsuyama, Ehime 7908577, Japan]

1065

Studies on process and nutritional parameters for production of


alkaline protease by Thermoactinomyces thalpophilus PEE 14

Ellaiah P., Divakar G., Vasu P., et al.; Indian J. Biotechnol. 4/4
(497-500), 2005 [P. Ellaiah, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Division, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Andhra
University, Visakhapatnam 530 003, India]

1066

Partial purification and characterization of a pectin lyase produced by


Penicillium oxalicum in solid-state fermentation (SSF)

Yadav S., Shastri N.V.; Indian J. Biotechnol. 4/4 (501-505), 2005


[S. Yadav, Post- Graduate Teaching Department of Biochemistry,
Nagpur University, Nagpur 440 010, India]

1067

pH Shift enhancement of Candida utilis pyruvate decarboxylase


production

Chen A.K.- L., Breuer M., Hauer B., et al.; Biotechnol. Bioeng.
92/2 (183-188), 2005 [B. Rosche, School of Biotechnology and
Biomolecular Sciences, University of New South Wales, Sydney,
NSW 2052, Australia]

1068

Effect of different carbon and nitrogen sources on laccase and


peroxidases production by selected Pleurotus species

Stajic M., Persky L., Friesem D., et al.; Enzyme Microb. Technol.
38/1-2 (65-73), 2006 [M. Stajic, Institute of Botany, Faculty of
Biology, University of Belgrade, Takovska 43, 11000 Belgrade,
Serbia and Montenegro]

1069

Purication and characteristics of acid protease from Aspergillus niger


SL2-111 (Chin)

Xie B., Cao Z., Zheng T., Wang S.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol.
11/5 (618-622), 2005 [B. Xie, College of Biotechnology, Fujian
Normal University, Fuzhou 350007, China]

1070

Multi-objective optimization in Aspergillus niger fermentation for


selective product enhancement

Mandal C., Gudi R.D., Suraishkumar G.K.; Bioprocess Biosyst.


Eng. 28/3 (149-164), 2005 [R.D. Gudi, Department of Chemical
Engineering, IIT Bombay, 400 076 Powai, Mumbai, India]

1071

Functional coupling between vanillate-O-demethylase and


formaldehyde detoxification pathway

Hibi M., Sonoki T., Mori H.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 253/2
(237-242), 2005 [H. Mori, Biofrontier Laboratories, Kyowa Hakko
Kogyo Co. Ltd., 3- 6- 6 Asahimachi, Machidashi, Tokyo 194- 8533,
Japan]

1072

Characteristics of Streptococcus mutans strains lacking the MazEF


and RelBE toxin-antitoxin modules

Lemos J.A.C., Brown Jr. T.A., Abranches J., Burne R.A.; FEMS
Microbiol. Lett. 253/2 (251-257), 2005 [R.A. Burne, Department of
Oral Biology, University of Florida, College of Dentistry, 1600 SW
Archer Road, Gainesville, FL 32610- 0424, United States]

1073

Purification and properties of a xylanase from Ceriporiopsis


subvermispora cultivated on Pinus taeda

Milagres A.M.F., Magalhaes P.O., Ferraz A.; FEMS Microbiol.


Lett. 253/2 (267-272), 2005 [A.M.F. Milagres, Departamento de
Biotecnologia, Faculdade de Engenharia Qumica de Lorena Faenquil, CP 116, Lorena - SP, CEP 12 600 970, Brazil]

1074

Evaluation of phenolics and sugars as inducers of quercetinase


activity in Penicillium olsonii

Tranchimand S., Tron T., Gaudin C., Iacazio G.; FEMS


Microbiol. Lett. 253/2 (289-294), 2005 [G. Iacazio, Laboratoire de
Bioinorganique Structurale (CBRL UMR CNRS 6517), Faculte des
Sciences et Techniques, Universite Paul Cezanne Aix- Marseille III,
C. 432, ave. E. Normandie- Niemen, 13397 Marseille Cedex 20,
France]

1075

See also:
Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium by Cell-Free Extract of Bacillus sphaericus and 303 Isolated from Serpentine Soil 932

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

4. PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY

77

Expression of the pyranose 2-oxidase from Trametes pubescens in Escherichia coli and characterization of the recombinant enzyme 951
Cutinase production conditions with Thermobifida fusca 977
Effect of fermentation system on the production and properties of tannase of Aspergillus niger van Tieghem MTCC 2425 1162
Identification of protease from Euphorbia amygdaloides latex and its use in cheese production 1513

3.2. Hydrolytic Enzymes


Enzymic resolution of DL-phenylglycine

Machado G.D.C., Gomes Jr. M., Antunes O.A.C., Oestreicher


E.G.; Process Biochem. 40/10 (3186-3189), 2005 [E.G.
Oestreicher, Instituto de Qumica, UFRJ, Cidade Universitaria, CT
Bloco A, Rio de Janeiro, RJ 21941- 945, Brazil]

1076

An artificial neural network analysis of porcine pancreas lipase


catalysed esterification of anthranilic acid with methanol

Manohar B., Divakar S.; Process Biochem. 40/10 (3372-3376),


2005 [S. Divakar, Fermentation Technology and Bio- Engineering
Department, Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysore
570013, India]

1077

The use of proteases to remove protein-based residues from solid


surfaces

Turner K., Serantoni M., Boyce A., Walsh G.; Process Biochem.
40/10 (3377-3382), 2005 [G. Walsh, Industrial Biochemistry
Program, University of Limerick, Limerick City, Ireland]

1078

Lipase fermentation: Progress and prospects

Gunasekaran V., Das D.; Indian J. Biotechnol. 4/4 (437-445),


2005 [D. Das, Department of Biotechnology, Indian Institute of
Technology, Kharagpur 721 302, India]

1079

Production of an oxidant and SDS-stable alkaline protease from an


alkaophilic Bacillus clausii I-52 by submerged fermentation:
Feasibility as a laundry detergent additive

Joo H.- S., Chang C.- S.; Enzyme Microb. Technol. 38/1-2
(176-183), 2006 [C.- S. Chang, Department of Biochemistry,
College of Medicine, Inha University, 7- 241 Shinheung- Dong 3
Ga, Chung- Ku, Inchon 400- 103, South Korea]

1080

Acyl transfer strategy for the biocatalytical characterisation of


Candida rugosa lipases in organic solvents

Domnguez De Mara P., Sinisterra J.V., Sanchez- Montero J.M.,


et al.; Enzyme Microb. Technol. 38/1-2 (199-208), 2006 [A.R.
Alcantara, Grupo de Biotransformaciones, Dpto. Qumica Organica
Y Farmaceutica, Universidad Complutense, Pza. Ramon y Cajal
s/n, E- 28040 Madrid, Spain]

1081

Concentration of PUFAs in glyceride by hydrolysis of fish oil with


lipase (Chin)

Zheng Y., Zheng N., Zhuo J., Ma L.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol.
11/5 (571-574), 2005 [Y. Zheng, College of Bio- engineering,
Fujian Normal University, Fuzhou 350007, China]

1082

See also:
Expression and purification of subtilisin DFE (douchi fibrinolytic enzyme) gene in Pichia pastoris 963
Novel microbial epoxide hydrolases for biohydrolysis of glycidyl derivatives 1063
Enzymatic surface modification of poly(ethylene terephthalate) 1064

3.3. Synthesis of Chemical Products


Synthesis of ascorbyloleate by immobilized Candida antarctica lipases Adamczak M., Bornscheuer U.T., Bednarski W.; Process
Biochem. 40/10 (3177-3180), 2005 [M. Adamczak, Department of
Food Biotechnology, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn,
J. Heweliusz St. 1, 10- 718 Olsztyn, Poland]

1083

Enhanced ethyl butyrate production by surfactant coated lipase


immobilized on silica

Thakar A., Madamwar D.; Process Biochem. 40/10 (3263-3266),


2005 [D. Madamwar, P.G. Department of Biosciences, Sardar Patel
Univeristy, Vallabh Vidyanagar 388120, Gujarat, India]

1084

Synthesis of substituted catechols using nitroarene dioxygenases

Johnson G.R., Spain J.C.; Enzyme Microb. Technol. 38/1-2


(142-147), 2006 [G.R. Johnson, Air Force Research Laboratory,
MLQL, 139 Barnes Drive, Tyndall AFB, FL 32403, United States]

1085

See also:
Optimized synthesis of citronellyl flavour esters using free and immobilized lipase from Rhizopus sp. 989

3.4. Synthesis of Biological Products


See:
Biosynthesis and identification of volatiles released by the myxobacterium Stigmatella aurantiaca 1014
Carotenoid biosynthesis in Gloeobacter violaceus PCC4721 involves a single crtI-type phytoene desaturase instead of typical cyanobacterial enzymes 1168

3.5. Degradation of Polymers


Effect of alkali pretreatment on cellulase hydrolysis of wheat straw:
Kinetic study

Carrillo F., Lis M.J., Colom X., et al.; Process Biochem. 40/10
(3360-3364), 2005 [F. Carrillo, Department of Chemical
Engineering, EUETIT- UPC, Colom 1, 08222 Terrassa, Spain]

1086

4. PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
Ex vitro composite plants: An inexpensive, rapid method for root
biology

Collier R., Fuchs B., Walter N., et al.; Plant J. 43/3 (449-457),
2005 [C.G. Taylor, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, St Louis,
MO, United States]

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

1087

78

4. PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY

Oligosaccharides engineering from plants and algae applications in


biotechnology and therapeutics

Delattre C., Michaud P., Courtois B., Courtois J.; Minerva


Biotecnol. 17/3 (107-117), 2005 [P. Michaud, Laboratoire of
Glucides- EPMV CNRS FRE 2779, IUT/GB, UPJV, Avenue des
Facultes, Le Bailly 80025 Amiens Cedex, France]

1088

Immunomodulation of polyamine biosynthesis in tobacco plants has a Nolke G., Schneider B., Fischer R., Schillberg S.; Plant
significant impact on polyamine levels and generates a dwarf
Biotechnol. J. 3/2 (237-247), 2005 [S. Schillberg, Fraunhoferphenotype
Institut fur Molekularbiologie und Angewandte Oekologie IME,
Worringerweg 1, 52074 Aachen, Germany]

1089

Optimization of Agrobacterium-mediated transient assays of gene


expression in lettuce, tomato and Arabidopsis

1090

Wroblewski T., Tomczak A., Michelmore R.; Plant Biotechnol. J.


3/2 (259-273), 2005 [R. Michelmore, Genome Center, University of
California, Davis, 1 Shiels Ave., Davis, CA 95616, United States]

4.1. Production of Compounds


The role of metabolic engineering for the production of secondary
metabolites of plants

Khan M.T.H., Ather A., Gambari R.; Minerva Biotecnol. 17/3


(127-131), 2005 [M.T.H. Khan, Centro di Biotecnologie,
Universit`a degli Studi di Ferrara, Via Fossato di Mortara 74, Ferrara
44100, Italy]

1091

Resveratrol glucoside (Piceid) synthesis in seeds of transgenic oilseed Husken


A., Baumert A., Milkowski C., et al.; Theor. Appl. Genet.
rape (Brassica napus L.)
111/8 (1553-1562), 2005 [C. Mollers, Institute of Agronomy and
Plant Breeding, Georg- August- University, Von- Siebold- Str. 8,
37075 Gottingen, Germany]

1092

Carotenoid production from microalga, Dunaliella salina

1093

Pisal D.S., Lele S.S.; Indian J. Biotechnol. 4/4 (476-483), 2005


[S.S. Lele, Food and Fermentation Technology Department,
Mumbai University Institute of Chemical Technology Matunga,
Mumbai 400 019, India]

See also:
Production of cyanophycin, a suitable source for the biodegradable polymer polyaspartate, in transgenic plants 1108

4.2. Waste/Pollution Treatment


Cell-to-cell pollution reduction effectiveness of subsurface domestic
treatment wetlands

Steer D.N., Fraser L.H., Seibert B.A.; Bioresour. Technol. 96/8


(969-976), 2005 [D.N. Steer, Geology Department, University of
Akron, Akron, OH 44325- 4101, United States]

1094

Sorption of aromatic organic pollutants to grasses from water

Barbour J.P., Smith J.A., Chiou C.T.; Environ. Sci. Technol.


39/21 (8369-8373), 2005 [J.A. Smith, Department of Civil
Engineering, University of Virginia, P.O. Box 400742,
Charlottesville, VA 22904- 4742, United States]

1095

Influence of pH, ionic strength and temperature on lead biosorption


by Gelidium and agar extraction algal waste

Vilar V.J.P., Botelho C.M.S., Boaventura R.A.R.; Process


Biochem. 40/10 (3267-3275), 2005 [R.A.R. Boaventura, LSRE Laboratory of Separation and Reaction Engineering, Departamento
de Engenharia Qumica, Universidade do Porto, Rua Dr. Roberto
Frias, 4200- 465 Porto, Portugal]

1096

The interaction between Cu, Pb, Zn and Ni in their biosorption onto


polyurethane-immobilised Sphagnum moss

Zhang Y., Banks C.; J. Chem. Technol. Biotechnol. 80/11


(1297-1305), 2005 [C. Banks, School of Civil Engineering and the
Environment, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton
SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom]

1097

Uptake and degradation of DDT by hairy root cultures of Cichorium


intybus and Brassica juncea

Suresh B., Sherkhane P.D., Kale S., et al.; Chemosphere 61/9


(1288-1292), 2005 [B. Suresh, Department of Microbiology,
Immunology and Pathology, Colorado State University, Fort
Collins, CO 80523, United States]

1098

Role of macrophyte Typha latifolia in a constructed wetland for


wastewater treatment and assessment of its potential as a biomass
fuel

Ciria M.P., Solano M.L., Soriano P.; Biosyst. Eng. 92/4


(535-544), 2005 [M.L. Solano, Biomass Project, Renewable Energy
Department, CIEMAT, Avda Complutense 22, 28040 Madrid,
Spain]

1099

See also:
Starvation enhances phosphorus removal from wastewater by the microalga Chlorella spp. co-immobilized with Azospirillum brasilense 987

4.4. Breeding/Agriculture
Production of a doubled haploid from a haploid pummelo using
colchicine treatment of axillary shoot buds

Yahata M., Kunitake H., Yabuya T., et al.; J. Am. Soc. Hortic.
Sci. 130/6 (899-903), 2005 [H. Komatsu, School of Agriculture,
Kyushu Tokai University, Kawayo, Minamiaso- mura, Aso- gun,
Kumamoto 869- 1404, Japan]

Modulation of F1 hybrid stature without altering parent plants through Su N., Sullivan J.A., Xing W.D.; Plant Biotechnol. J. 3/2
trans-activated expression of a mutated rice GAI homologue
(157-164), 2005 [W.D. Xing, Peking- Yale Joint Center of Plant
Molecular Genetics and Agrobiotechnology, College of Life
Sciences, Peking University, Beijing 100871, China]

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

1100

1101

6. ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
Phylogenetic engineering at an interface between large and small
subunits imparts land-plant kinetic properties to algal Rubisco

Spreitzer R.J., Peddi S.R., Satagopan S.; Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.
U. S. A. 102/47 (17225-17230), 2005 [R.J. Spreitzer, Department of
Biochemistry, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE 68588- 0664,
United States]

79
1102

4.5. Transgenic Plants


Aqueous extraction of maize endosperm: Insights for recombinant
protein hosts based on downstream processing

Farinas C.S., Leite A., Miranda E.A.; Process Biochem. 40/10


(3327-3336), 2005 [E.A. Miranda, LEBp: Laboratorio de
Engenharia de Bioprocessos, Departamento de Processos
Biotecnologicos, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, 13083- 970
Campinas, SP, Brazil]

1103

Combining natural and engineered host plant resistance mechanisms


in potato for colorado potato beetle: Choice and no-choice field
studies

Coombs J.J., Douches D.S., Cooper S.G., et al.; J. Am. Soc.


Hortic. Sci. 130/6 (857-864), 2005 [J.J. Coombs, Department of
Crop and Soil Sciences, Michigan State University, East Lansing,
MI 48824, United States]

1104

Gene stacking in transgenic plants - The challenge for 21st century


plant biotechnology

Halpin C.; Plant Biotechnol. J. 3/2 (141-155), 2005 [C. Halpin,


Plant Research Unit, School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee
at SCRI, Invergowrie, Dundee DD2 5DA, United Kingdom]

1105

Metabolite fingerprinting in transgenic lettuce

Garratt L.C., Linforth R., Taylor A.J., et al.; Plant Biotechnol. J.


3/2 (165-174), 2005 [M.R. Davey, Plant Sciences Division,
University of Nottingham, Sutton Bonington Campus,
Loughborough LE12 5RD, United Kingdom]

1106

Transformation of maize with the p1 transcription factor directs


production of silk maysin, a corn earworm resistance factor, in
concordance with a hierarchy of floral organ pigmentation

Cocciolone S.M., Nettleton D., Snook M.E., Peterson T.; Plant


Biotechnol. J. 3/2 (225-235), 2005 [T. Peterson, Department of
Genetics, Development and Cell Biology, Department of
Agronomy, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011, United States]

1107

Production of cyanophycin, a suitable source for the biodegradable


polymer polyaspartate, in transgenic plants

Neumann K., Stephan D.P., Ziegler K., et al.; Plant Biotechnol. J.


3/2 (249-258), 2005 [I. Broer, Agrobiotechnologie, Universitat
Rostock, Justus- von- Liebig- Weg 8, 18059 Rostock, Germany]

1108

In vivo expression of a Cicer arietinum -galactosidase in potato


tubers leads to a reduction of the galactan side-chains in cell wall
pectin

F.J., et al.; Plant Cell Physiol. 46/10


Martn I., Dopico B., Munoz
(1613-1622), 2005 [E. Labrador, Departamento de Fisiologa
Vegetal, Centro Hispano Luso de Investigaciones Agrarias, Campus
Miguel Unamuno, Plaza Doctores de la Reina s/n, 37007
Salamanca, Spain]

1109

High efficiency inducible gene expression system based on activation


of a chimeric transcription factor in transgenic pine

Tang W., Newton R.J., Charles T.M.; Plant Cell Rep. 24/10
(619-628), 2005 [W. Tang, Department of Biology, Howell Science
Complex, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858- 4353,
United States]

1110

Transgenic Betula pendula expressing sugar beet chitinase IV forms


normal ectomycorrhizae with Paxillus involutus in vitro

Pasonen H.- L., Degefu Y., Brumos J., et al.; Scand. J. For. Res.
20/5 (385-392), 2005 [H.- L. Pasonen, Department of Applied
Biology, University of Helsinki, PO Box 27, FI- 00014 Helsinki,
Finland]

1111

Molecular characterization of marker-free transgenic lines of indica


rice that accumulate carotenoids in seed endosperm

Parkhi V., Rai M., Tan J., et al.; Mol. Genet. Genomics 274/4
(325-336), 2005 [S.K. Datta, Department of Botany, University of
Calcutta, 35 Ballygunj Circular Road, 700 019 Kolkata, India]

1112

Resistance of potatoes transgenic for a cry1Ac9 gene, to Phthorimaea


operculella (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) over field seasons and
between plant organs

Davidson M.M., Butler R.C., Wratten S.D., Conner A.J.; Ann.


App. Biol. 145/3 (271-277), 2004 [M.M. Davidson, New Zealand
Institute for Crop and Food Research Limited, Private Bag 4704,
Christchurch, New Zealand]

1113

First impact of biotechnology in the EU: Bt maize adoption in Spain

Demont M., Tollens E.; Ann. App. Biol. 145/2 (197-207), 2004
[M. Demont, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, de Croylaan 42, B3001 Leuven, Belgium]

1114

Prospects for genetically modified crops

Halford N.G.; Ann. App. Biol. 145/1 (17-24), 2004 [N.G. Halford,
Crop Performance and Improvement Division, Rothamsted
Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 2JQ, United Kingdom]

1115

See also:
Transgenic indica rice plants harboring a synthetic cry2A gene of Bacillus thuringiensis exhibit enhanced resistance against lepidopteran rice pests 952
Enhanced resistance to early blight in transgenic tomato lines expressing heterologous plant defense genes 958
Resveratrol glucoside (Piceid) synthesis in seeds of transgenic oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) 1092

6. ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
6.1. Biosensors
Direct electrochemistry and electrocatalytic activity of catalase
incorporated onto multiwall carbon nanotubes-modified glassy
carbon electrode

Salimi A., Noorbakhsh A., Ghadermarz M.; Anal. Biochem.


344/1 (16-24), 2005 [A. Salimi, Department of Chemistry,
Kurdistan University, P.O. Box 416, Sanandaj, Iran]

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

1116

80

7. MICROBIAL METABOLISM AND PHYSIOLOGY

Amperometric biosensor for chorine based on layer-by-layer


assembled functionalized carbon nanotube and polyaniline
multilayer film

Qu F., Yang M., Jiang J., et al.; Anal. Biochem. 344/1 (108-114),
2005 [G. Shen, State Key Laboratory of Chemo/Biosensing and
Chemometrics, College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering,
Hunan University, Changsha 410082, China]

1117

Survey of the year 2004 commercial optical biosensor literature

Rich R.L., Myszka D.G.; J. Mol. Recogn. 18/6 (431-478), 2005


[D.G. Myszka, University of Utah, School of Medicine 4A417,
50 N. Medical Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84132, United States]

1118

Highly sensitive and selective amperometric microbial biosensor for


direct determination of p-nitrophenyl-substituted organophosphate
nerve agents

Lei Y., Mulchandani P., Wang J., et al.; Environ. Sci. Technol.
39/22 (8853-8857), 2005 [W. Chen, Department of Chemical and
Environmental Engineering, University of California, Riverside, CA
92521, United States]

1119

Molecular imprinted polymer sensors: Implications for therapeutics

Hillberg A.L., Brain K.R., Allender C.J.; Adv. Drug Deliv. Rev.
57/12 (1875-1889), 2005 [C.J. Allender, Welsh School of Pharmacy,
Cardiff University, Cardiff, CF10 3XF, United Kingdom]

1120

Development of an immunobiosensor assay for the beta-adrenergic


compound zilpaterol

Shelver W.L., Keum Y.- S., Li Q.X., et al.; Food Agric. Immunol.
16/3 (199-211), 2005 [W.L. Shelver, USDA- ARS Biosciences
Research Laboratory, 1605 Albrecht Boulevard, Fargo, ND 58105,
United States]

1121

Microbial forensics: Applications in bioterrorism

Pattnaik P., Jana A.M.; Environ. Forensics 6/2 (197-204), 2005


[Dr. P. Pattnaik, Virology Division, Defence R and D
Establishment, Jhansi Road, Gwalior 474 002 (MP), India]

1122

Construction of an extended range whole-cell tetracycline biosensor


by use of the tet(M) resistance gene

Bahl M.I., Hansen L.H., Srensen S.J.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett.


253/2 (201-205), 2005 [L.H. Hansen, Department of Microbiology,
University of Copenhagen, Slvgade 83H, 1307 Copenhagen K,
Denmark]

1123

See also:
Preparation of a reusable enzyme strip for determination of serum cholesterol 991
Amperometric, screen-printed, glucose biosensor for analysis of human plasma samples using a biocomposite water-based carbon ink incorporating glucose oxidase 1805

6.2. Monitoring of Released Organisms in the Environment


Uptake of Bt endotoxins by nontarget herbivores and higher order
arthropod predators: Molecular evidence from a transgenic corn
agroecosystem

Harwood J.D., Wallin W.G., Obrycki J.J.; Mol. Ecol. 14/9


(2815-2823), 2005 [J.D. Harwood, Department of Entomology,
University of Kentucky, S- 225 Agricultural Science Center North,
Lexington, KY 40546- 0091, United States]

1124

See also:
Multi-seasonal field release and spermatization trials of transgenic hypovirulent strains of Cryphonectria parasitica containing cDNA copies of hypovirus CHV1-EP713 1444

6.4. Clinical Biotechnology


E-cadherin synergistically induces hepatospecific phenotype and
maturation of embryonic stem cells in conjunction with
hepatotrophic factors

Dasgupta A., Hughey R., Lancin P., et al.; Biotechnol. Bioeng.


92/3 (257-266), 2005 [P.V. Moghe, Department of Chemical and
Biochemical Engineering, Rutgers University, 98 Brett Road,
Piscataway, NJ 08873, United States]

1125

Novel quantitative tools for engineering analysis of hepatocyte


cultures in bioartificial liver systems

Sharma N.S., Ierapetritou M.G., Yarmush M.L.; Biotechnol.


Bioeng. 92/3 (321-335), 2005 [M.G. Ierapetritou, Department of
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Rutgers University, 98
Brett Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854, United States]

1126

Neurogenesis and neuronal communication on micropatterned


neurochips

Bani- Yaghoub M., Tremblay R., Voicu R., et al.; Biotechnol.


Bioeng. 92/3 (336-345), 2005 [M. Bani- Yaghoub, Neurogenesis
and Brain Repair Group, National Research Council of Canada,
Ottawa, Ont. K1A 0R6, Canada]

1127

6.6. Agricultural Biotechnology


Is regulation of agricultural biotechnology economically justified?

Ahmadi- Esfahani F.Z.; Asia Pac. J. Environ. Law 8/3-4 (29-46),


2004 [F.Z. Ahmadi- Esfahani, Department of Agricultural and
Resource Economics, Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Natural
Resources, The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia]

1128

7. MICROBIAL METABOLISM AND PHYSIOLOGY


In silico analysis of lactic acid secretion metabolism through the
top-down approach: Effect o grouping in enzyme kinetics

Jin J.H., Lee J.; Biotechnol. Bioprocess Eng. 10/5 (462-469), 2005
[J. Lee, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering,
Sogang University, Seoul 121- 742, South Korea]

1129

Recent developments towards the heterologous expression of complex Wenzel S.C., Muller
R.; Curr. Opin. Biotechnol. 16/6 (594-606),
bacterial natural product biosynthetic pathways
2005 [R. Muller, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Saarland
University, PO Box 151150, 66041 Saarbrucken, Germany]

1130

Toxin-antitoxin modules as bacterial metabolic stress managers

1131

Buts L., Lah J., Dao- Thi M.- H., et al.; Trends Biochem. Sci.
30/12 (672-679), 2005 [R. Loris, Laboratorium Voor Ultrastructuur,
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, B- 1050 Brussel, Belgium]

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

7. MICROBIAL METABOLISM AND PHYSIOLOGY

81

See also:
Intracellular physiological events of yeast Rhodotorula glutinis during storage at + 4C 1628
Molecular and biochemical characterization of the xlnD-encoded 3-hydroxybenzoate 6-hydroxylase involved in the degradation of 2,5-xylenol via the gentisate pathway in
Pseudomonas alcaligenes NCIMB 9867 1744
Genome-wide transcriptional analysis of the phosphate starvation stimulon of Bacillus subtilis 1797

7.1. Metabolic Controls


Systematic investigation of the Escherichia coli metabolome for the
biosynthetic origin of an isocyanide carbon atom

Brady S.F., Clardy J.; Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 44/43 (7045-7048),
2005 [Dr. S.F. Brady, Department of Biological Chemistry and
Molecular Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School, 240 Longwood
Avenue, Boston, MA 02115, United States]

1132

Metabolic pathways reconstruction by frequency and amplitude


response to forced glycolytic oscillations in yeast

Zimmerman W.B.; Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/1 (91-116), 2005 [W.B.


Zimmerman, Department of Chemical and Process Engineering,
University of Sheffield, Newcastle Street, Sheffield S1 3JD, United
Kingdom]

1133

The myo-inositol-1-phosphate synthase gene is essential in


Trypanosoma brucei

Martin K.L., Smith T.K.; Biochem. Soc. Trans. 33/5 (983-985),


2005 [T.K. Smith, Division of Biological Chemistry and Molecular
Microbiology, School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee,
Dundee DD1 5EH, United Kingdom]

1134

Growth substrate- and phase-specific expression of biphenyl,


benzoate, and C1 metabolic pathways in Burkholderia xenovorans
LB400

Denef V.J., Patrauchan M.A., Florizone C., et al.; J. Bacteriol.


187/23 (7996-8005), 2005 [L.D. Eltis, Department of Microbiology
and Immunology, University of British Columbia, 300- 6174
University Blvd., Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3, Canada]

1135

See also:
Methylcrotonyl-CoA and geranyl-CoA carboxylases are involved in leucine/isovalerate utilization (Liu) and acyclic terpene utilization (Atu), and are encoded by liuB/liuD and
atuC/atuF, in Pseudomonas aeruginosa 1149
Plasmodium falciparum possesses organelle-specific -keto acid dehydrogenase complexes and lipoylation pathways 1160
Debaryomyces hansenii, a highly osmo-tolerant and halo-tolerant yeast, maintains activated Dhog1p in the cytoplasm during its growth under severe osmotic stress 1193

7.2. Microbial Energetics


Bacterial efflux systems and efflux pumps inhibitors

Marquez B.; Biochimie 87/12 (1137-1147), 2005 [B. Marquez,


UMR CNRS 7573 - ENSCP, Laboratoire de Biochimie, 11, rue
Pierre- et- Marie- Curie, 75005 Paris, France]

1136

The activity profile of the NhaD-type Na+ (Li+ )/H + antiporter from
the soda lake haloalkaliphile Alkalimonas amylolytica is adaptive
for the extreme environment

Liu J., Xue Y., Wang Q., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/22 (7589-7595),
2005 [Y. Ma, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of
Sciences, Beijing 100080, China]

1137

Fungal adenylyl cyclase integrates CO2 sensing with cAMP signaling


and virulence

Klengel T., Liang W.- J., Chaloupka J., et al.; Curr. Biol. 15/22
(2021-2026), 2005 [J. Buck, Department of Pharmacology, Joan and
Sanford I. Weill Medical College, Cornell University, New York,
NY 10021, United States]

1138

The extraordinary mitochondrion and unusual citric acid cycle in


Trypanosoma brucei

Van Hellemond J.J., Opperdoes F.R., Tielens A.G.M.; Biochem.


Soc. Trans. 33/5 (967-971), 2005 [J.J. Van Hellemond, Department
of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,
Utrecht University, 3584 CM Utrecht, Netherlands]

1139

Enzymatic and energetic properties of an aerobic respiratory


chain-linked NADH oxidase system in marine bacterium Vibrio
natriegens

Kang J., Kim Y.J.; J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 15/5 (1080-1086),


2005 [Y.J. Kim, Department of Microbiology, College of Natural
Sciences, Changwon National University, Changwon, Kyungnam
641- 773, South Korea]

1140

See also:
Reconstitution of an apicoplast-localised electron transfer pathway involved in the isoprenoid biosynthesis of Plasmodium falciparum 1202
Carbonic anhydrase and CO2 sensing during Cryptococcus neoformans growth, differentiation, and virulence 1246
P-type proton ATPases are involved in intracellular calcium and proton uptake in the plant parasite Phytomonas francai 1284
Sulfurihydrogenibium yellowstonense sp. nov., an extremely thermophilic, facultatively heterotrophic, sulfur-oxidizing bacterium from Yellowstone National Park, and emended
descriptions of the genus Sulfurihydrogenibium, Sulfurihydrogenibium subterraneum and Sulfurihydrogenibium azorense 1695

7.3. Bioluminescence
See:
A set of multicolored Photinus pyralis luciferase mutants for in vivo bioluminescence applications 1791

7.4. Microbial Photosynthesis


Self-aggregates of bacteriochlorophylls-c, d and e in a
light-harvesting antenna system of green photosynthetic bacteria:
Effect of stereochemistry at the chiral 3-(1-hydroxyethyl) group on
the supramolecular arrangement of chlorophyllous pigments

Miyatake T., Tamiaki H.; J. Photochem. Photobiol. C Photochem.


Rev. 6/2-3 (89-107), 2005 [H. Tamiaki, Department of Bioscience
and Biotechnology, Ritsumeikan University, Kusatsu, Shiga 5258577, Japan]

1141

The role of two CbbRs in the transcriptional regulation of three


ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase genes in
Hydrogenovibrio marinus strain MH-110

Toyoda K., Yoshizawa Y., Arai H., et al.; Microbiology 151/11


(3615-3625), 2005 [H. Arai, Department of Biotechnology,
Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University
of Tokyo, Yayoi 1- 1- 1, Bunkyo- ku, Tokyo 113- 8657, Japan]

1142

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Lipids in and around photosynthetic reaction centres

Fyfe P.K., Jones M.R.; Biochem. Soc. Trans. 33/5 (924-930), 2005
[M.R. Jones, Department of Biochemistry, School of Medical
Sciences, University of Bristol, University Walk, Bristol BS8 1TD,
United Kingdom]

1143

Reversible membrane association of dinitrogenase reductase


activating glycohydrolase in the regulation of nitrogenase activity
in Rhodospirillum rubrum; Dependence on GlnJ and AmtB1

Wang H., Franke C.C., Nordlund S., Noren A.; FEMS Microbiol.
Lett. 253/2 (273-279), 2005 [S. Nordlund, Department of
Biochemistry and Biophysics, Arrhenius Laboratories for Natural
Sciences, Stockholm University, SE- 106 91 Stockholm, Sweden]

1144

See also:
Improvement of photoheterotrophic hydrogen production of Rhodobacter sphaeroides by removal of B800-850 light-harvesting complex 1018
Involvement of SenC in assembly of cytochrome c oxidase in Rhodobacter capsulatus 1232
Photosynthesis genes in marine viruses yield proteins during host infection 1346
Photosynthesis-controlled calcification in a hypersaline microbial mat 1563

7.5. Nitrogen Fixation


Effect of the over-expression of PII and PZ proteins on the
nitrogenase activity of Azospirillum brasilense

Huergo L.F., Filipaki A., Chubatsu L.S., et al.; FEMS Microbiol.


Lett. 253/1 (47-54), 2005 [E.M. Souza, Department of
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Universidade Federal Do
Parana, CP 19046, 81531- 990, Curitiba, PR, Brazil]

1145

7.6. Nitrogen Transport and Metabolism


The twin-arginine translocation pathway of Mycobacterium
smegmatis is functional and required for the export of
mycobacterial -lactamases

McDonough J.A., Hacker K.E., Flores A.R., et al.; J. Bacteriol.


187/22 (7667-7679), 2005 [M. Braunstein, Department of
Microbiology and Immunology, CB no. 7290, University of North
Carolina, 804 Mary Ellen Jones, Chapel Hill, NC 27599- 7290,
United States]

1146

Tryptophan catabolism: Identification and characterization of a new


degradative pathway

Colabroy K.L., Begley T.P.; J. Bacteriol. 187/22 (7866-7869),


2005 [K.L. Colabroy, Department of Chemistry, Muhlenberg
College, 2400 Chew St., Allentown, PA 18104, United States]

1147

CapE, a 47-amino-acid peptide, is necessary for Bacillus anthracis


polyglutamate capsule synthesis

Candela T., Mock M., Fouet A.; J. Bacteriol. 187/22 (7765-7772),


2005 [A. Fouet, Toxines et Pathogenie Bacterienne, Institut Pasteur,
28 rue du Dr. Roux, 75724 Paris Cedex 15, France]

1148

Methylcrotonyl-CoA and geranyl-CoA carboxylases are involved in


leucine/isovalerate utilization (Liu) and acyclic terpene utilization
(Atu), and are encoded by liuB/liuD and atuC/atuF, in
Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Hoschle B., Gnau V., Jendrossek D.; Microbiology 151/11


(3649-3656), 2005 [D. Jendrossek, Institut fur Mikrobiologie,
Universitat Stuttgart, Allmandring 31, 70550 Stuttgart, Germany]

1149

Regulation of nitrate reductase activity in Mycobacterium


tuberculosis by oxygen and nitric oxide

Sohaskey C.D.; Microbiology 151/11 (3803-3810), 2005 [C.D.


Sohaskey, Tuberculosis Research Laboratory, Department of
Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 5901 East Seventh Street, Long
Beach, CA 90822, United States]

1150

Stress-activated protein kinase pathway functions to support protein


synthesis and translational adaptation in response to environmental
stress in fission yeast

Dunand- Sauthier I., Walker C.A., Narasimhan J., et al.;


Eukaryotic Cell 4/11 (1785-1793), 2005 [T.C. Humphrey, MRC
Radiation and Genome Stability Unit, Harwell, Didcot, United
Kingdom]

1151

Alternative protein secretion: The Mam1 ABC transporter supports


secretion of M-factor linked GFP in fission yeast

Kjrulff S., Muller


S., Jensen M.R.; Biochem. Biophys. Res.
Commun. 338/4 (1853-1859), 2005 [S. Kjrulff, Institute of
Molecular Biology and Physiology, University of Copenhagen,
ster Farimagsgade 2A, DK- 1353 Copenhagen K, Denmark]

1152

Hydrogen peroxide increases the activities of soxRS regulon enzymes


and the levels of oxidized proteins and lipids in Escherichia coli

Semchyshyn H., Bagnyukova T., Storey K., Lushchak V.; Cell


Biol. Int. 29/11 (898-902), 2005 [V. Lushchak, Department of
Biochemistry, Vassyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University,
Ivano- Frankivsk 76025, Ukraine]

1153

In Sacchoromyces cerevisiae, impaired PRPP synthesis is


accompanied by valproate and Li+ sensitivity

Vavassori S., Wang K., Schweizer L.M., Schweizer M.; Biochem.


Soc. Trans. 33/5 (1154-1157), 2005 [M. Schweizer, School of Life
Sciences, Heriot- Watt University, Edinburgh EH14 4AS, United
Kingdom]

1154

Type II secretion: A protein secretion system for all seasons

Cianciotto N.P.; Trends Microbiol. 13/12 (581-588), 2005 [N.P.


Cianciotto, Department of Microbiology- Immunology,
Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL 60611,
United States]

1155

Response of the anaerobe Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough to


oxidative conditions: Proteome and transcript analysis

Fournier M., Aubert C., Dermoun Z., et al.; Biochimie 88/1


(85-94), 2006 [A. Dolla, Laboratoire de Bioenergetique et
Ingenierie des Proteines, IBSM- CNRS, BIP, 31, chemin JosephAiguier, 13402 Marseille Cedex 20, France]

1156

Transport of N-acetyl-D-galactosamine in Escherichia coli K92:


Effect on acetyl-amino sugar metabolism and polysialic acid
production

Ezquerro- Saenz C., Ferrero M.A., Revilla- Nuin B., et al.;


Biochimie 88/1 (95-102), 2006 [L.B. Rodrguez- Aparicio,
Departamento de Bioqumica Y Biologa Molecular, Universidad de
Leon, Campus de Vegazana, 24007 Leon, Spain]

1157

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7. MICROBIAL METABOLISM AND PHYSIOLOGY


Osmotic shock: A mechanosensitive channel blocker can prevent
release of cytoplasmic but not periplasmic proteins

Ewis H.E., Lu C.- D.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 253/2 (295-301),


2005 [C.- D. Lu, Department of Biology, Georgia State University,
24 Peachtree Center Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30303, United States]

83
1158

See also:
Isolation and characterisation of a Lactobacillus helveticus ITG LH1 peptidase-rich sub-proteome 933
Production of bifunctional proteins by Aspergillus awamori: Llama variable heavy chain antibody fragment (VHH ) R9 coupled to Arthromyces ramosus peroxidase (ARP) 950
Up-expression of NapA and other oxidative stress proteins is a compensatory response to loss of major Helicobacter pylori stress resistance factors 1196
Protein recycling in growing rabbits: Contribution of microbial lysine to amino acid metabolism 1343
Biochemical and functional characterization of phosphoserine aminotransferase from Entamoeba histolytica, which possesses both phosphorylated and non-phosphorylated serine
metabolic pathways 1814

7.7. Carbon Transport and Metabolism


See:
The effect of carbon sources on nisin Z biosynthesis in Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis A164 980
Evaluation of phenolics and sugars as inducers of quercetinase activity in Penicillium olsonii 1075
Growth substrate- and phase-specific expression of biphenyl, benzoate, and C1 metabolic pathways in Burkholderia xenovorans LB400 1135

Carbohydrates
Microbial degradation of extracellular polysaccharides released by a
tropical strain of Staurastrum orbiculare (Zygnematophyceae)

Giroldo D., Vieira A.A.H., Paulsen B.S.; Phycologia 44/6


(671-677), 2005 [D. Giroldo, Department of Morpho- biological
Sciences (DCMB), Federal University of Rio Grande (FURG),
Avenida Italia, Km 8, 96201- 900 Rio Grande, RS, Brazil]

1159

Lipids
Plasmodium falciparum possesses organelle-specific -keto acid
dehydrogenase complexes and lipoylation pathways

Gunther
S., McMillan P.J., Wallace L.J.M., Muller
S.; Biochem.
Soc. Trans. 33/5 (977-980), 2005 [S. Muller, Division of Infection
and Immunity, Institute of Biomedical and Life Sciences, University
of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, United Kingdom]

1160

See also:
The myo-inositol-1-phosphate synthase gene is essential in Trypanosoma brucei 1134
Hydrogen peroxide increases the activities of soxRS regulon enzymes and the levels of oxidized proteins and lipids in Escherichia coli 1153
Osmotic stress and phosphate limitation alter production of cell-to-cell signal molecules and rhamnolipid biosurfactant by Pseudomonas aeruginosa 1197

1-C compounds
See:
Methanomethylovorans thermophila sp. nov., a thermophilic, methylotrophic methanogen from an anaerobic reactor fed with methanol 1709

Hydrocarbons
Pathways in the degradation of hydrolyzed alcohols of butyl benzyl
phthalate in metabolically diverse Gordonia sp. strain MTCC 4818

Chatterjee S., Mallick S., Dutta T.K.; J. Mol. Microbiol.


Biotechnol. 9/2 (110-120), 2005 [Dr. T.K. Dutta, Department of
Microbiology, Bose Institute, P- 1/12 C.I.T. Scheme VII M, Kolkata
700 054, India]

1161

See also:
Biphenyl uptake by psychrotolerant Pseudomonas sp. strain Cam-1 and mesophilic Burkholderia sp. strain LB400 1613
Polyhydroxyalkanoate accumulating diversity of Pseudomonas species utilising aromatic hydrocarbons 1614

Respiration and fermentation


Effect of fermentation system on the production and properties of
tannase of Aspergillus niger van Tieghem MTCC 2425

Rana N.K., Bhat T.K.; J. Gen. Appl. Microbiol. 51/4 (203-212),


2005 [Dr. T.K. Bhat, Regional Station, Indian Veterinary Research
Institute, Palampur- 176061, H.P., India]

1162

Lactic acid bacteria and yeasts associated with spontaneous


Lacerda I.C.A., Miranda R.L., Borelli B.M., et al.; Int. J. Food
fermentations during the production of sour cassava starch in Brazil Microbiol. 105/2 (213-219), 2005 [C.A. Rosa, Departamento de
Microbiologia, ICB, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, C. P.
486, Belo Horizonte, 31270- 901, Brazil]

1163

DNA microarray analysis on Saccharomyces cerevisiae under high


carbon dioxide concentration in fermentation process

Nagahisa K., Nakajima T., Yoshikawa K., et al.; Biotechnol.


Bioprocess Eng. 10/5 (451-461), 2005 [H. Shimizu, Department of
Bioinformatic Engineering, Graduate School of Inormation Science
and Technology, 2- 1 Yamadaoka, Suita, Osaka 565- 0871, Japan]

1164

Influence of fermentation conditions on levan production by


Zymomonas mobilis CT2

Senthilkumar V., Gunasekaran P.; Indian J. Biotechnol. 4/4


(491-496), 2005 [P. Gunasekaran, Department of Microbial
Technology, School of Biological Sciences, Madurai Kamaraj
University, Madurai 625 021, India]

1165

The effect of enzyme treatment on the in vitro fermentation of lucerne Murray J.- A.M.D., Longland A.C., Moore- Colyer M.J.S.,
incubated with equine faecal inocula
Dunnett C.; Br. J. Nutr. 94/5 (771-782), 2005 [Dr. J.- A.M.D.
Murray, Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research, Plas
Gogerddan, Aberystwyth SY23 3EB, United Kingdom]
See also:
Influence of strain and cultivation procedure on the performance of simultaneous saccharification and fermentation of steam pretreated spruce 937
Carbon dioxide stimulates the production of amylovorin L by Lactobacillus amylovorus DCE 471, while enhanced aeration causes biphasic kinetics of growth and bacteriocin
production 1013
Enzymatic and energetic properties of an aerobic respiratory chain-linked NADH oxidase system in marine bacterium Vibrio natriegens 1140
Isolation rates of gluconate-fermenting bifidobacteria from human faeces 1340
Human gut microbiota does not ferment erythritol 1341
2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

1166

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7. MICROBIAL METABOLISM AND PHYSIOLOGY

Effect of ruminal administration of Escherichia coli wild type or a genetically modified strain with enhanced high nitrite reductase activity on methane emission and nitrate toxicity
in nitrate-infused sheep 1342

7.9. Nucleotides
See:
Pho5p and newly identified nucleotide pyrophosphatases/phosphodiesterases regulate extracellular nucleotide phosphate metabolism in Saccharomyces cerevisiae 1222

7.10. Pigments
Influence of ptsP gene on pyocyanin production in Pseudomonas
aeruginosa

Xu H., Lin W., Xia H., et al.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 253/1
(103-109), 2005 [M. Qiao, Tianjin Key Laboratory of Microbiology,
College of Life Sciences, Nankai University, Tianjin 300071, China]

1167

Carotenoid biosynthesis in Gloeobacter violaceus PCC4721 involves


a single crtI-type phytoene desaturase instead of typical
cyanobacterial enzymes

Steiger S., Jackisch Y., Sandmann G.; Arch. Microbiol. 184/4


(207-214), 2005 [G. Sandmann, Biosynthesis Group, Botanical
Institute 213, J.W. Goethe University, P.O. Box 111932, 60054
Frankfurt, Germany]

1168

Comparative analysis of Cryptococcus neoformans acid-resistant


particles generated from pigmented cells grown in different laccase
substrates

Garcia- Rivera J., Eisenman H.C., Nosanchuk J.D., et al.;


Fungal Genet. Biol. 42/12 (989-998), 2005 [A. Casadevall,
Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, NY 10461, United States]

1169

See also:
Biosynthesis of the xanthophyll plectaniaxanthin as a stress response in the red yeast Dioszegia (Tremellales, Heterobasidiomycetes, Fungi) 1198
CspA regulates pigment production in Staphylococcus aureus through a SigB-dependent mechanism 1214
Roseovarius mucosus sp. nov., a member of the Roseobacter clade with trace amounts of bacteriochlorophyll a 1647

7.11. Transport, Toxicity and Metabolism of Ions and Minerals


Bacillus subtilis cysteine synthetase is a global regulator of the
expression of genes involved in sulfur assimilation

Albanesi D., Mansilla M.C., Schujman G.E., De Mendoza D.; J.


Bacteriol. 187/22 (7631-7638), 2005 [D. De Mendoza, Instituto de
Biologa Molecular y Celular de Rosario (IBR- CONICET),
Departamento de Microbiologa, Universidad Nacional de Rosario,
Suipacha 531, 2000 Rosario, Argentina]

1170

See also:
Kinetic study of the toxicity of zinc and lead ions to the heavy metals accumulating fungus Paecilomyces marquandii 1253
Iron-responsive regulation of biofilm formation in Staphylococcus aureus involves Fur-dependent and Fur-independent mechanisms 1358
Damage to DNA and lipids in Boletus edulis exposed to heavy metals 1604

7.12. Metabolism of Inorganic Compounds


Iron acquisition mechanisms of Flavobacterium psychrophilum

Moller J.D., Ellis A.E., Barnes A.C., Dalsgaard I.; J. Fish Dis.
28/7 (391-398), 2005 [J.D. Moller, Fish Disease Laboratory,
Danish Institute for Fisheries Research, Stigbjlen 4, 1870
Frederiksberg C, Denmark]

1171

7.13. Virulence Factors


Shiga toxin 1 causes direct renal injury in rats

Yamamoto E.T., Mizuno M., Nishikawa K., et al.; Infect. Immun.


73/11 (7099-7106), 2005 [Y. Natori, Department of Clinical
Pharmacology, Research Institute, International Medical Center of
Japan, 1- 21- 1 Toyama, Shinjuku- ku, Tokyo 162- 8655, Japan]

1172

Hemagglutinin B is involved in the adherence of Porphyromonas


gingivalis to human coronary artery endothelial cells

Song H., Belanger M., Whitlock J., et al.; Infect. Immun. 73/11
(7267-7273), 2005 [A. Progulske- Fox, University of Florida,
Department of Oral Biology, College of Dentistry, P.O. Box 100424,
Gainesville, FL 32610- 0424, United States]

1173

Effects of ploidy and mating type on virulence of Candida albicans

Ibrahim A.S., Magee B.B., Sheppard D.C., et al.; Infect. Immun.


73/11 (7366-7374), 2005 [P.T. Magee, Department of Genetics, Cell
Biology, and Development, 320 Church St. SE, Minneapolis, MN
55455, United States]

1174

Coordinate expression of fimbriae in uropathogenic Escherichia coli

Snyder J.A., Haugen B.J., Lockatell C.V., et al.; Infect. Immun.


73/11 (7588-7596), 2005 [H.L.T. Mobley, Department of
Microbiology and Immunology, University of Michigan Medical
School, 5641 Medical Science Building II, 1150 West Medical
Center Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, United States]

1175

Adenylate cyclase toxin (ACT) from Bordetella hinzii:


Characterization and differences from ACT of Bordetella pertussis

Donato G.M., Hsia H.- L.J., Green C.S., Hewlett E.L.; J.


Bacteriol. 187/22 (7579-7588), 2005 [E.L. Hewlett, Box 800419,
University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA
22908, United States]

1176

Pasteurella multocida toxin-induced activation of RhoA is mediated


via two families of G proteins, Gq and G12/13

Orth J.H.C., Lang S., Taniguchi M., Aktories K.; J. Biol. Chem.
280/44 (36701-36707), 2005 [K. Aktories, Institut fur
Experimentelle und Klinische Pharmakologie und Toxikologie,
Albertstr. 25, D- 79104 Freiburg, Germany]

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85

Small proteins of plant-pathogenic fungi secreted during host


colonization

Rep M.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 253/1 (19-27), 2005 [M. Rep,
Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences, Faculty of Science,
University of Amsterdam, Kruislaan 318, 1098 SM Amsterdam,
Netherlands]

1178

Distribution of tccP in clinical enterohemorrhagic and


enteropathogenic Escherichia coli isolates

Garmendia J., Ren Z., Tennant S., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol. 43/11
(5715-5720), 2005 [G. Frankel, Centre for Molecular Microbiology
and Infection, Division of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Imperial
College London, London SW7 2AZ, United Kingdom]

1179

The streptococcal iron uptake (Siu) transporter is required for iron


uptake and virulence in a zebrafish infection model

G.E., Neely M.N., Eichenbaum Z.; Microbiology


Montanez
151/11 (3749-3757), 2005 [Z. Eichenbaum, Department of Biology,
College of Arts and Sciences, Georgia State University, 50 Decatur
St., Atlanta, GA 30303, United States]

1180

Evaluation of O-antigen inactivation on Pla activity and virulence of


Yersinia pseudotuberculosis harbouring the pPla plasmid

Pouillot F., Derbise A., Kukkonen M., et al.; Microbiology 151/11


(3759-3768), 2005 [E. Carniel, Yersinia Research Unit, Institut
Pasteur, 28 rue du Dr. Roux, 75724 Paris Cedex 15, France]

1181

Population and virulence factor dynamics in fecal Escherichia coli


from healthy adults consuming weight control diets

McOrist A., Veuilett G., Vuaran M., et al.; Can. J. Microbiol.


51/6 (467-475), 2005 [A. McOrist, CSIRO Health Sciences and
Nutrition, P.O. Box 10041, Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia]

1182

Staphylococcus hyicus exfoliative toxins selectively digest porcine


desmoglein 1

Fudaba Y., Nishifuji K., Andresen L.O., et al.; Microb. Pathog.


39/5-6 (171-176), 2005 [M. Sugai, Kasumi 1- 2- 3, Hiroshima City,
Hiroshima 734- 8553, Japan]

1183

Acid proteinase, phospholipase and adherence properties of Candida


parapsilosis strains isolated from clinical specimens of hospitalised
patients

Dagdeviren M., Cerikcioglu N., Karavus M.; Mycoses 48/5


(321-326), 2005 [N. Cerikcioglu, Medical Microbiology
Department, School of Medicine, Marmara University, Tibbiye
Street, Haydarpasa, TR- 34668 Istanbul, Turkey]

1184

AIP56, a novel plasmid-encoded virulence factor of Photobacterium


damselae subsp. piscicida with apoptogenic activity against sea
bass macrophages and neutrophils

Do Vale A., Silva M.T., Dos Santos N.M.S., et al.; Mol. Microbiol.
58/4 (1025-1038), 2005 [A. Do Vale, Institute for Molecular and
Cell Biology, Rua do Campo Alegre, 823, 4150- 180 Porto,
Portugal]

1185

Identification of Klebsiella pneumoniae virulence determinants using


an intranasal infection model

Lawlor M.S., Hsu J., Rick P.D., Miller V.L.; Mol. Microbiol. 58/4
(1054-1073), 2005 [V.L. Miller, Department of Molecular
Microbiology, Washington University School of Medicine, St.
Louis, MO 63110, United States]

1186

Characterization of functional domains of the Vibrio cholerae


virulence regulator ToxT

Prouty M.G., Osorio C.R., Klose K.E.; Mol. Microbiol. 58/4


(1143-1156), 2005 [K.E. Klose, Department of Biology, University
of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX 78249, United States]

1187

CsrA and three redundant small RNAs regulate quorum sensing in


Vibrio cholerae

Lenz D.H., Miller M.B., Zhu J., et al.; Mol. Microbiol. 58/4
(1186-1202), 2005 [B.L. Bassler, Department of Molecular Biology,
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Princeton University, Princeton,
NJ 08544- 1014, United States]

1188

Escherichia coli verotoxin 1 mediates apoptosis in human HCT116


colon cancer cells by inducing overexpression of the GADD family
of genes and S phase arrest

Bhattacharjee R.N., Park K.- S., Uematsu S., et al.; FEBS Lett.
579/29 (6604-6610), 2005 [T. Honda, Department of Bacterial
Infections, Research Institute for Microbial Diseases, Osaka
University, 3- 1 Yamadaoka, Suita, Osaka 565- 0871, Japan]

1189

Pyramiding unmarked deletions in Ralstonia solanacearum shows that Liu H., Zhang S., Schell M.A., Denny T.P.; Mol. Plant-Microbe
secreted proteins in addition to plant cell-wall-degrading enzymes
Interact. 18/12 (1296-1305), 2005 [T.P. Denny, Department of Plant
contribute to virulence
Pathology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602, United States]

1190

Vibrio cholerae ToxT independently activates the divergently


transcribed aldA and tagA genes

Withey J.H., DiRita V.J.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23 (7890-7900), 2005


[V.J. DiRita, Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine, University of
Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI 48109- 0614, United
States]

1191

Proteomic characterization of Yersinia pestis virulence

Chromy B.A., Choi M.W., Murphy G.A., et al.; J. Bacteriol.


187/23 (8172-8180), 2005 [B.A. Chromy, Lawrence Livermore
National Laboratory, 7000 East Avenue, Livermore, CA 94550,
United States]

1192

See also:
The role of Candida albicans NOT5 in virulence depends upon diverse host factors in vivo 1360
Endotoxin priming improves clearance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in wild-type and interleukin-10 knockout mice 1366
Bordetella bronchiseptica flagellin is a proinflammatory determinant for airway epithelial cells 1369
Virulence factors and pathogenicity of Hafnia alvei for gilthead seabream, Sparus aurata L. 1394
Amylopectin induces fumonisin B1 production by Fusarium verticillioides during colonization of maize kernels 1433
Development of polymerase chain reaction and fluorescent in situ hybridisation techniques for the detection of a bacterial strain that degrades the cyanobacterial toxin microcystin
LR 1792

7.14. Metabolism in Extreme Environments


Debaryomyces hansenii, a highly osmo-tolerant and halo-tolerant
yeast, maintains activated Dhog1p in the cytoplasm during its
growth under severe osmotic stress

Sharma P., Meena N., Aggarwal M., Mondal A.K.; Curr. Genet.
48/3 (162-170), 2005 [A.K. Mondal, Institute of Microbial
Technology, Chandigarh 160036, India]

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

1193

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The activity of ribosome modulation factor during growth of


Escherichia coli under acidic conditions

El- Sharoud W.M., Niven G.W.; Arch. Microbiol. 184/1 (18-24),


2005 [W.M. El- Sharoud, School of Food Biosciences, University of
Reading, 226, Whiteknights, Reading RG6 6AP, United Kingdom]

1194

Role of trehalose synthesis pathways in salt tolerance mechanism of


Rhodobacter sphaeroides f. sp. denitrificans IL106

Makihara F., Tsuzuki M., Sato K., et al.; Arch. Microbiol. 184/1
(56-65), 2005 [M. Tsuzuki, Department of Applied Biological
Chemistry, Graduate School of Agriculture and Life Sciences,
University of Tokyo, 1- 1- 1 Yayoi, Bunkyo- ku, Tokyo, 113- 8657,
Japan]

1195

Up-expression of NapA and other oxidative stress proteins is a


compensatory response to loss of major Helicobacter pylori stress
resistance factors

Olczak A.A., Wang G., Maier R.J.; Free Radic. Res. 39/11
(1173-1182), 2005 [R.J. Maier, Department of Microbiology,
University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602, United States]

1196

Osmotic stress and phosphate limitation alter production of


cell-to-cell signal molecules and rhamnolipid biosurfactant by
Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Bazire A., Dheilly A., Diab F., et al.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 253/1
(125-131), 2005 [A. Dufour, Laboratoire de Biotechnologie et
Chimie Marines, EA 3884, Universite de Bretagne Sud, BP 92116,
56321 Lorient, France]

1197

Biosynthesis of the xanthophyll plectaniaxanthin as a stress response


in the red yeast Dioszegia (Tremellales, Heterobasidiomycetes,
Fungi)

Madhour A., Anke H., Mucci A., et al.; Phytochemistry 66/22


(2617-2626), 2005 [R.W.S. Weber, Department of Biotechnology,
University of Kaiserslautern, Erwin- Schroedinger- Strasse 56, D67663 Kaiserslautern, Germany]

1198

Factors triggering type III secretion in Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Kim J., Ahn K., Min S., et al.; Microbiology 151/11 (3575-3587),
2005 [S. Jin, Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology,
University of Florida, PO Box 100266, Gainesville, FL 32610,
United States]

1199

See also:
Colony formation and selenium-enriched stability of Spirulina platensis under selenium stress 938
Response of the anaerobe Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough to oxidative conditions: Proteome and transcript analysis 1156
The RsbRST stress module in bacteria: A signalling system that may interact with different output modules 1230
Vacuolar H+ -ATPase and plasma membrane H+ -ATPase contribute to the tolerance against high-pressure carbon dioxide treatment in Saccharomyces cerevisiae 1286

7.15. Secondary Metabolism


Accumulation and turnover of 23S ribosomal RNA in
azithromycin-inhibited ribonuclease mutant strains of Escherichia
coli

Silvers J.A., Champney W.S.; Arch. Microbiol. 184/1 (66-77),


2005 [W.S. Champney, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular
Biology, J.H. Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State
University, Johnson City, TN 37614, United States]

1200

The glycolytic metabolite methylglyoxal activates Pap1 and Sty1


stress response in Schizosaccharomyces pombe

Zuin A., Vivancos A.P., Sanso M., et al.; J. Biol. Chem. 280/44
(36708-36713), 2005 [E. Hidalgo, Cell Signaling Unit, Departament
de Ci`encies Experimentals i de la Salut, Universitat Pompeu Fabra,
C/Dr. Aiguader 80, 08003 Barcelona, Spain]

1201

Reconstitution of an apicoplast-localised electron transfer pathway


involved in the isoprenoid biosynthesis of Plasmodium falciparum

Rohrich R.C., Englert N., Troschke K., et al.; FEBS Lett. 579/28
(6433-6438), 2005 [H. Jomaa, Universitatsklinkum Giessen und
Marburg, Institut fur Klinische Chemie und Pathobiochemie,
Gaffkystrasse 11, D- 35392 Giessen, Germany]

1202

Cereulide-producing strains of Bacillus cereus show diversity

Apetroaie C., Andersson M.A., Sproer C., et al.; Arch. Microbiol.


184/3 (141-151), 2005 [M.S. Salkinoja- Salonen, Department of
Applied Chemistry and Microbiology, University of Helsinki, P.O.
Box 56, Viikinkaari 9, 00014 Helsinki, Finland]

1203

Hexylitaconic acid: A new inhibitor of p53-HDM2 interaction


isolated from a marine-derived fungus, Arthrinium sp.

Tsukamoto S., Yoshida T., Hosono H., et al.; Bioorg. Med. Chem.
Lett. 16/1 (69-71), 2006 [S. Tsukamoto, Graduate School of Natural
Science and Technology, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa 9201192, Japan]

1204

A chitin synthase and its regulator protein are critical for chitosan
production and growth of the fungal pathogen Cryptococcus
neoformans

Banks I.R., Specht C.A., Donlin M.J., et al.; Eukaryotic Cell 4/11
(1902-1912), 2005 [I.R. Banks, Department of Biochemistry and
Molecular Biology, Saint Louis University School of Medicine,
1402 S. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63104, United States]

1205

Bioactive deoxypreussomerins and dimeric naphthoquinones from


Prajoubklang A., Sirithunyalug B., Charoenchai P., et al.; Chem.
Diospyros ehretioides fruits: Deoxypreussomerins may not be plant Biodiversity 2/10 (1358-1367), 2005 [P. Kittakoop, National Center
metabolites but may be from fungal epiphytes or endophytes
for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, NSTDA, 113
Paholyothin Road, Klong Luang, Pathumthani 12120, Thailand]

1206

Microbial transformations of gelomulide G: A member of the rare


class of diterpene lactones

Choudhary M.I., Gondal H.Y., Abbaskhan A., Atta- urRahman; Chem. Biodiversity 2/10 (1401-1408), 2005 [M.I.
Choudhary, H.E.J. Research Institute of Chemistry, International
Center for Chemical Sciences, University of Karachi, Karachi75270, Pakistan]

1207

Potential antimalarial lead structures from fungi of marine origin

Wright A.D., Lang- Unnasch N.; Planta Med. 71/10 (964-966),


2005

1208

Nematicidal epipolysulfanyldioxopiperazines from Gliocladium


roseum

Dong J.- Y., He H.- P., Shen Y.- M., Zhang K.- Q.; J. Nat. Prod.
68/10 (1510-1513), 2005 [K.- Q. Zhang, Key Laboratory for
Conservation and Utilization of Bioresources, Yunnan University,
Kunming, Yunnan 650091, China]

1209

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An antifungal antibiotic purified from Bacillus megaterium KL39, a


biocontrol agent of red-pepper Phytophthora-blight disease

Jung H.K., Kim S.- D.; J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 15/5


(1001-1010), 2005 [S.- D. Kim, Department of Applied
Microbiology, College of Natural Resources, Yeungnam University,
Gyeongsan 712- 749, South Korea]

1210

The alternative sigma factor AlgT represses Pseudomonas aeruginosa


flagellum biosynthesis by inhibiting expression of fleQ

Tart A.H., Wolfgang M.C., Wozniak D.J.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23


(7955-7962), 2005 [D.J. Wozniak, Department of Microbiology and
Immunology, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Medical
Center Blvd., Winston- Salem, NC 27157- 1064, United States]

1211

Comparative analysis of two classes of quorum-sensing signaling


systems that control production of extracellular proteins and
secondary metabolites in Erwinia carotovora subspecies

Chatterjee A., Cui Y., Hasegawa H., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23


(8026-8038), 2005 [A. Chatterjee, Department of Plant
Microbiology and Pathology, University of Missouri, Columbia,
MO 65211, United States]

1212

Biosynthesis of hexahydroxyperylenequinone melanin via oxidative


aryl coupling by cytochrome P-450 in Streptomyces griseus

Funa N., Funabashi M., Ohnishi Y., Horinouchi S.; J. Bacteriol.


187/23 (8149-8155), 2005 [S. Horinouchi, Department of
Biotechnology, Graduate School of Agriculture and Life Sciences,
University of Tokyo, Bunkyo- ku, Tokyo 113- 8657, Japan]

1213

CspA regulates pigment production in Staphylococcus aureus through Katzif S., Lee E.- H., Law A.B., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23
a SigB-dependent mechanism
(8181-8184), 2005 [W.M. Shafer, Department of Microbiology and
Immunology, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
30322, United States]

1214

Three small RNAs jointly ensure secondary metabolism and


biocontrol in Pseudomonas fluorescens CHA0

1215

Kay E., Dubuis C., Haas D.; Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A.
102/47 (17136-17141), 2005 [D. Haas, Departement de
Microbiologie Fondamentale, Universite de Lausanne, CH- 1015
Lausanne, Switzerland]

See also:
Kitasatospora sp. MJM383 strain producing two antitumor agents, streptonigrin and oxopropaline G 940
Conditional depletion of KasA, a key enzyme of mycolic acid biosynthesis, leads to mycobacterial cell lysis 1219
The PscE-PscF-PscG complex controls type III secretion needle biogenesis in Pseudomonas aeruginosa 1287
Gpi19, the Saccharomyces cerevisiae homologue of mammalian PIG-P, is a subunit of the initial enzyme for glycosylphosphatidylinositol anchor biosynthesis 1288
Characterization of temporal protein production in Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms 1357
Microscopic examination of photoautotrophic and phosphatase-producing organisms in phosphorus-limited Everglades periphyton mats 1600
Production of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) by yeasts isolated from the ascocarps of black (Tuber melanosporum Vitt.) and white (Tuber magnatum Pico) truffles 1639

7.16. Bacteriocins
Study on Staphylococcus aureus Strain HPC-250 for Associated
Antibacterial Property

Bhuvaneswari G., Padmanabhan P., Kapley A., Purohit H.J.;


Curr. Microbiol. 51/5 (287-291), 2005 [H.J. Purohit, Environmental
Genomics Unit, National Environmental Engineering Research
Institute, Nehru Marg, Nagpur 440 020, India]

1216

In vivo activity of mutacin B-Ny266

Mota- Meira M., Morency H., Lavoie M.C.; J. Antimicrob.


Chemother. 56/5 (869-871), 2005 [M.C. Lavoie, Department of
Biological and Chemical Sciences, Faculty of Pure and Applied
Sciences, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus,
Bridgetown, Barbados]

1217

Production of anti-neurotoxin antibody is enhanced by two


subcomponents, HA1 and HA3b, of Clostridium botulinum type B
16S toxin-haemagglutinin

Lee J.- C., Yokota K., Arimitsu H., et al.; Microbiology 151/11
(3739-3747), 2005 [K. Oguma, Department of Bacteriology,
Okayama University Medical School, 2- 5- 1 Shikata- cho,
Okayama 700- 8558, Japan]

1218

See also:
Coonsequences of the development of nisin-resistant Listeria monocytogenes in fermented dairy products 1493
Biological preservation of foods - Bacteriocins of lactic acid bacteria 1499

7.17. Microbial Physiology


Conditional depletion of KasA, a key enzyme of mycolic acid
biosynthesis, leads to mycobacterial cell lysis

Bhatt A., Kremer L., Dai A.Z., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/22


(7596-7606), 2005 [W.R. Jacobs Jr., Howard Hughes Medical
Institute, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Albert
Einstein College of Medicine, 1300 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx,
NY 10461, United States]

1219

Identification of a novel essential two-component signal transduction


system, YhcSR, in Staphylococcus aureus

Sun J., Zheng L., Landwehr C., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/22


(7876-7880), 2005 [Y. Ji, 1971 Commonwealth Ave., St. Paul, MN
55108, United States]

1220

Membrane vesicles traffic signals and facilitate group activities in a


prokaryote

Mashburn L.M., Whiteley M.; Nature 437/7057 (422-425), 2005


[M. Whiteley, Department of Periodontics, University of Oklahoma,
Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK 73104, United States]

1221

Pho5p and newly identified nucleotide


pyrophosphatases/phosphodiesterases regulate extracellular
nucleotide phosphate metabolism in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Kennedy E.J., Pillus L., Ghosh G.; Eukaryotic Cell 4/11


(1892-1901), 2005 [L. Pillus, Division of Biological Sciences,
UCSD Cancer Center, University of California, San Diego, San
Diego, CA 92093- 0347, United States]

1222

Tracing the endocytic pathway of Aspergillus nidulans with FM4-64

Penalva
M.A.; Fungal Genet. Biol. 42/12 (963-975), 2005 [M.A.
Penalva, Division of Cell Biology, Laboratory of Molecular
Biology, MRC Hills Rd., Cambridge CB2 2QH, United Kingdom]

1223

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Fungal CO2 sensing: A breath of fresh air

Mitchell A.P.; Curr. Biol. 15/22 (R934-R936), 2005 [A.P. Mitchell,


Department of Microbiology, Columbia University, New York, NY
10032, United States]

1224

Synchronizing the Neurospora crassa circadian clock with the


rhythmic environment

Price- Lloyd N., Elvin M., Heintzen C.; Biochem. Soc. Trans.
33/5 (949-952), 2005 [C. Heintzen, Faculty of Life Sciences,
Michael Smith Building, University of Manchester, Manchester
M13 9PT, United Kingdom]

1225

Replacement of a conserved tyrosine by tryptophan in Gal3p of


Saccharomyces cerevisiae reduces constitutive activity:
Implications for signal transduction in the GAL regulon

Lakshminarasimhan A., Bhat P.J.; Mol. Genet. Genomics 274/4


(384-393), 2005 [A. Lakshminarasimhan, Laboratory of Molecular
Genetics, School of Biosciences and Bioengineering, Indian
Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai 400 076, India]

1226

The MreB and Min cytoskeletal-like systems play independent roles


in prokaryotic polar differentiation

Shih Y.- L., Kawagishi I., Rothfield L.; Mol. Microbiol. 58/4
(917-928), 2005 [Y.- L. Shih, Department of Molecular, Microbial,
and Structural Biology, University of Connecticut Health Center,
Farmington, CT 06032, United States]

1227

Circadian rhythm of a TCA cycle enzyme is apparently regulated at


the translational level in the dinoflagellate Lingulodinium
polyedrum

Akimoto H., Kinumi T., Ohmiya Y.; J. Biol. Rhythms 20/6


(479-489), 2005 [Y. Ohmiya, Research Institute for Cell
Engineering, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and
Technology, 1- 8- 31 Midorigaoka, Ikeda, Osaka, Japan]

1228

Alkaline pH homeostasis in bacteria: New insights

Padan E., Bibi E., Ito M., Krulwich T.A.; Biochim. Biophys. Acta
Biomembr. 1717/2 (67-88), 2005 [E. Padan, AlexanderSilberman
Institute of Life Sciences, Hebrew University, Jerusalem 91904,
Israel]

1229

The RsbRST stress module in bacteria: A signalling system that may


interact with different output modules

Pane- Farre J., Lewis R.J., Stulke


J.; J. Mol. Microbiol.
Biotechnol. 9/2 (65-76), 2005 [J. Stulke, Department of General
Microbiology, Georg- August University Gottingen,
Grisebachstrasse 8, DE- 37077 Gottingen, Germany]

1230

sinI- and expR-Dependent quorum sensing in Sinorhizobium meliloti

Gao M., Chen H., Eberhard A., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23


(7931-7944), 2005 [W.D. Bauer, Department of Plant Sciences,
University of California, One Shields Ave., Davis, CA 95616,
United States]

1231

Involvement of SenC in assembly of cytochrome c oxidase in


Rhodobacter capsulatus

Swem D.L., Swem L.R., Setterdahl A., Bauer C.E.; J. Bacteriol.


187/23 (8081-8087), 2005 [C.E. Bauer, Department of Biology,
Jordan Hall, Bloomington, IN 47405, United States]

1232

Genetic and biochemical analysis of the twin-arginine translocation


pathway in halophilic archaea

Dilks K., Gimenez M.I., Pohlschroder M.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23


(8104-8113), 2005 [M. Pohlschroder, Department of Biology,
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104, United States]

1233

Vancomycin stress response in a sensitive and a tolerant strain of


Streptococcus pneumoniae

Haas W., Kaushal D., Sublett J., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23


(8205-8210), 2005 [W. Haas, Department of Microbiology and
Immunology, Center for Oral Biology, University of Rochester
Medical Center, 601 Elmwood Ave., Rochester, NY 14642, United
States]

1234

See also:
Fungal adenylyl cyclase integrates CO2 sensing with cAMP signaling and virulence 1138
Stress-activated protein kinase pathway functions to support protein synthesis and translational adaptation in response to environmental stress in fission yeast 1151
Comparative analysis of two classes of quorum-sensing signaling systems that control production of extracellular proteins and secondary metabolites in Erwinia carotovora
subspecies 1212
A malaria parasite-encoded vacuolar H+ -ATPase is targeted to the host erythrocyte 1372

Growth and differentiation


Dynamics of intrapulmonary bacterial growth in a murine model of
repeated microaspiration

Ben- David I., Price S.E., Bortz D.M., et al.; Am. J. Resp. Cell
Mol. Biol. 33/5 (476-482), 2005 [J.C. Younger, Department of
Emergency Medicine, 7679 Kresge Research Building I, 200 Zina
Pitcher Place, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, United States]

1235

Possible integration of upstream signals at Cdc42 in filamentous


differentiation of S. cerevisiae

Wu X., Jiang Y.W.; Yeast 22/13 (1069-1077), 2005 [Y.W. Jiang,


Department of Medical Biochemistry and Genetics, Texas A and M
University System, Health Science Center, 428 Reynolds Medical
Building, College Station, TX 77843- 1114, United States]

1236

Additive effect on intracellular growth by Legionella pneumophila


Icm/Dot proteins containing a lipobox motif

Yerushalmi G., Zusman T., Segal G.; Infect. Immun. 73/11


(7578-7587), 2005 [G. Segal, Department of Molecular
Microbiology and Biotechnology, George S. Wise Faculty of Life
Sciences, Tel Aviv University, Ramat- Aviv, Tel Aviv 69978, Israel]

1237

Differential use of the two high-oxygen-affinity terminal oxidases of


Brucella suis for in vitro and intramacrophagic multiplication

es M.P., Kohler S., et al.;


Loisel- Meyer S., Jimenez De Bagu
Infect. Immun. 73/11 (7768-7771), 2005 [V. Jubier- Maurin,
INSERM U- 431, Universite Montpellier II, Place E. Bataillon,
34095 Montpellier Cedex 05, France]

1238

Cell division defects in Escherichia coli deficient in the multidrug


efflux transporter AcrEF-TolC

Lau S.Y., Zgurskaya H.I.; J. Bacteriol. 187/22 (7815-7825), 2005


[H.I. Zgurskaya, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry,
University of Oklahoma, 620 Parrington Oval, Norman, OK 73019,
United States]

1239

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Knockdown of LIM15/DMC1 in the mushroom Coprinus cinereus by


double-stranded RNA-mediated gene silencing

Namekawa S.H., Iwabata K., Sugawara H., et al.; Microbiology


151/11 (3669-3678), 2005 [K. Sakaguchi, Department of Applied
Biological Science, Faculty of Science and Technology, Tokyo
University of Science, Noda, Chiba 278- 8510, Japan]

1240

Surface ultrastructure and elasticity in growing tips and mature


regions of Aspergillus hyphae describe wall maturation

Ma H., Snook L.A., Kaminskyj S.G.W., Dahms T.E.S.;


Microbiology 151/11 (3679-3688), 2005 [T.E.S. Dahms,
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Regina,
3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina, Sask. S4S 0A2, Canada]

1241

A death round affecting a young compartmentalized mycelium


precedes aerial mycelium dismantling in confluent surface cultures
of Streptomyces antibioticus

Fernandez M., Sanchez J.; Microbiology 151/11


Manteca A.,
(3689-3697), 2005 [J. Sanchez, Departamento de Biologa
Funcional, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Oviedo, Julian
Clavera s/n, 33006 Oviedo, Spain]

1242

Glycerophosphocholine-dependent growth requires Gde1p


(YPL110c) and Git1p in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Fisher E., Almaguer C., Holic R., et al.; J. Biol. Chem. 280/43
(36110-36117), 2005 [J. Patton- Vogt, Department of Biological
Sciences, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA 15282, United
States]

1243

A Rho-type GTPase, rho-4, is required for septation in Neurospora


crassa

Rasmussen C.G., Glass N.L.; Eukaryotic Cell 4/11 (1913-1925),


2005 [N.L. Glass, Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, 111
Koshland Hall, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720- 3102,
United States]

1244

Replication of feline coronaviruses in peripheral blood monocytes

Dewerchin H.L., Cornelissen E., Nauwynck H.J.; Arch. Virol.


150/12 (2483-2500), 2005 [H.J. Nauwynck, Laboratory of Virology,
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University, Salisburylaan
133, 9820 Merelbeke, Belgium]

1245

Carbonic anhydrase and CO2 sensing during Cryptococcus


neoformans growth, differentiation, and virulence

Bahn Y.- S., Cox G.M., Perfect J.R., Heitman J.; Curr. Biol.
15/22 (2013-2020), 2005 [J. Heitman, Department of Molecular
Genetics and Microbiology, Duke University Medical Center,
Durham, NC 27710, United States]

1246

A large-scale screen in S. pombe identifies seven novel genes required Martn- Castellanos C., Blanco M., Rozalen A.E., et al.; Curr.
for critical meiotic events
Biol. 15/22 (2056-2062), 2005 [G.R. Smith, Division of Basic
Sciences, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA
98109, United States]

1247

Effect of ArcA and FNR on the expression of genes related to the


oxygen regulation and the glycolysis pathway in Escherichia coli
under microaerobic growth conditions

Shalel- Levanon S., San K.- Y., Bennett G.N.; Biotechnol.


Bioeng. 92/2 (147-159), 2005 [G.N. Bennett, Department of
Biochemistry and Cell Biology, MS 140, Rice University, 6100
Main Street, Houston, TX 77005- 1892, United States]

1248

Maintaining the protective variant surface glycoprotein coat of


African trypanosomes

Rudenko G.; Biochem. Soc. Trans. 33/5 (981-982), 2005 [G.


Rudenko, Peter Medawar Building for Pathogen Research,
University of Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3SY, United
Kingdom]

1249

Organic or mineral nitrogen source during Penicillium camembertii


growth on a glucose limited medium

Adour L., Couriol C., Amrane A.; Enzyme Microb. Technol.


38/1-2 (55-59), 2006 [A. Amrane, LARCIP, University of Rennes 1,
Campus de Beaulieu, Avenue du General, Leclerc, 35700 Rennes,
France]

1250

Bud selection and apoptosis-like degradation of nuclei in yeast


heterokaryons: A KAR1 effect

Nevzglyadova O.V., Artyomov A.V., Mikhailova E.V., Soidla


T.R.; Mol. Genet. Genomics 274/4 (419-427), 2005 [O.V.
Nevzglyadova, Institute of Cytology, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Tikhoretsky Avenue 4, St., Petersburg 194064, Russian Federation]

1251

SsgA-like proteins determine the fate of peptidoglycan during


sporulation of Streptomyces coelicolor

Noens E.E.E., Mersinias V., Traag B.A., et al.; Mol. Microbiol.


58/4 (929-944), 2005 [G.P. Van Wezel, Department of
Biochemistry, Leiden Institute of Chemistry, Leiden University, PO
Box 9502, 2300 RA Leiden, Netherlands]

1252

Kinetic study of the toxicity of zinc and lead ions to the heavy metals
accumulating fungus Paecilomyces marquandii

Saba M., Bizukojc M., Paecz B., Dugonski


J.; Bioprocess
Biosyst. Eng. 28/3 (185-197), 2005 [J. Dugonski, Department of
Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology, University of odz,
Banacha 12/16, 90- 237 Lodz, Poland]

1253

Set1- and Clb5-deficiencies disclose the differential regulation of


centromere and telomere dynamics in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
meiosis

Trelles- Sticken E., Bonfils S., Sollier J., et al.; J. Cell Sci. 118/21
(4985-4994), 2005 [H. Scherthan, Bundeswehr Institute of
Radiobiology, Neuherbergstr. 11, 80937 Munich, Germany]

1254

A NAC domain protein interacts with Tomato leaf curl virus


replication accessory protein and enhances viral replication

Selth L.A., Dogra S.C., Rasheed M.S., et al.; Plant Cell 17/1
(311-325), 2005 [M.A. Rezaian, Horticulture Unit, Commonwealth
Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Plant Industry,
Glen Osmond, SA 5064, Australia]

1255

Inhibition of Mycobacterium smegmatis gene expression and growth


using antisense peptide nucleic acids

Kulyte A., Nekhotiaeva N., Awasthi S.K., Good L.; J. Mol.


Microbiol. Biotechnol. 9/2 (101-109), 2005 [Dr. A. Kulyte, Life
Sciences, Sodertorns University College, Alfred Nobels alle 3, SE14152 Huddinge, Sweden]

1256

Mutations that activate the silent bgl operon of Escherichia coli confer Madan R., Kolter R., Mahadevan S.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23
a growth advantage in stationary phase
(7912-7917), 2005 [S. Mahadevan, Department of Molecular
Reproduction, Development and Genetics, Indian Institute of
Science, Bangalore 560012, India]
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Minimal functions and physiological conditions required for growth


of Salmonella enterica on ethanolamine in the absence of the
metabolosome

Brinsmade S.R., Paldon T., Escalante- Semerena J.C.; J.


Bacteriol. 187/23 (8039-8046), 2005 [J.C. Escalante- Semerena,
Department of Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin- Madison,
144A Enzyme Institute, 1710 University Avenue, Madison, WI
53726- 4087, United States]

1258

The Pseudomonas aeruginosa proteome during anaerobic growth

Wu M., Guina T., Brittnacher M., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23


(8185-8190), 2005 [S.I. Miller, Departmentof Medicine, University
of Washington, HSB K140, Box 357710, Seattle, WA 98195, United
States]

1259

Four unusual two-component signal transduction homologs, redC to


redF, are necessary for timely development in Myxococcus xanthus

Higgs P.I., Cho K., Whitworth D.E., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23


(8191-8195), 2005 [D.R. Zusman, University of California,
Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, 16 Barker Hall,
Berkeley, CA 94720- 3204, United States]

1260

Pre-replication complex organization in the atypical DNA replication


cycle of Plasmodium falciparum: Characterization of the
mini-chromosome maintenance (MCM) complex formation

Patterson S., Robert C., Whittle C., et al.; Mol. Biochem.


Parasitol. 145/1 (50-59), 2006 [D. Chakrabarti, Department of
Molecular Biology and Microbiology, University of Central Florida,
Orlando, FL 32826, United States]

1261

Targeted disruption of cytosolic SIR2 deacetylase discloses its


essential role in Leishmania survival and proliferation

Vergnes B., Sereno D., Tavares J., et al.; Gene 363/1-2 (85-96),
2005 [A. Ouaissi, IRD UR008 Pathogenie des Trypanosomatides,
Institut de Recherche Pour Le Developpement, Centre IRD de
Montpellier, 911 Av. Agropolis, 34032, Montpellier, France]

1262

Enhancement of superficial pseudohyphal growth by overexpression


of the SFG1 gene in yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Fujita A., Hiroko T., Hiroko F., Oka C.; Gene 363/1-2 (97-104),
2005 [A. Fujita, Institute for Biological Resources and Functions,
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
(AIST), Tsukuba Central 6- 4, 1- 1 Higashi, Tsukuba 305- 8566,
Japan]

1263

Production of Phytophthora infestans oospores in planta and


inoculum potential of in vitro produced oospores under temperate
highlands and subtropical plains of India

Singh B.P., Gupta J., Roy S., Rana D.K.; Ann. App. Biol. 144/3
(363-370), 2004 [B.P. Singh, Central Potato Research Institute
Campus, Modipuram- 250 110, Meerut (UP), India]

1264

See also:
A chitin synthase and its regulator protein are critical for chitosan production and growth of the fungal pathogen Cryptococcus neoformans 1205
Infraciliature and morphogenesis in three rumen Diplodinium ciliates, Diplodinium polygonale, Diplodinium leche, and Diplodinium nanum, observed by light microscopy 1266
Growth-phase dependent substrate adhesion in Crithidia fasciculata 1277
Development and molecular characterisation of the microsporidian Schroedera airthreyi n. sp. in a freshwater bryozoan plumatella sp. (Bryozoa: Phylactolaemata) 1674

Morphology and ultrastructure


Comparative surface morphology of marine coelomic gregarines
(Apicomplexa, Urosporidae): Pterospora floridiensis and
pterospora schizosoma

Landers S.C., Leander B.S.; J. Eukaryotic Microbiol. 52/1


(23-30), 2005 [S.C. Landers, Department of Biological and
Environmental Sciences, Troy University, Troy, AL 36082, United
States]

1265

Infraciliature and morphogenesis in three rumen Diplodinium ciliates, Ito A., Imai S.; J. Eukaryotic Microbiol. 52/1 (44-51), 2005 [A. Ito,
Diplodinium polygonale, Diplodinium leche, and Diplodinium
Ookusa Animal Clinic, Ookusa 503, Matsue, Shimane 690- 0032,
nanum, observed by light microscopy
Japan]

1266

Determination of possible genomic changes associated with


dimorphism in Campylobacter jejuni

Wang H., Gilbert C., Slavik M.F.; J. Food Saf. 25/3 (198-208),
2005 [M.F. Slavik, Department of Poultry Science, University of
Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701, United States]

1267

Actin-binding proteins from Burkholderia mallei and Burkholderia


thailandensis can functionally compensate for the actin-based
motility defect of a Burkholderia pseudomallei bimA mutant

Stevens J.M., Ulrich R.L., Taylor L.A., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/22


(7857-7862), 2005 [E.E. Galyov, Division of Microbiology, Institute
for Animal Health, Compton Laboratory, Berkshire RG20 7NN,
United Kingdom]

1268

Subunits of the yeast mitochondrial ADP/ATP carrier: Cooperation


within the dimer

Postis V., De Marcos Lousa C., Arnou B., et al.; Biochemistry


44/45 (14732-14740), 2005 [V. Trezeguet, Laboratoire de
Physiologie Moleculaire et Cellulaire, UMR 5095- Universite de
Bordeaux2- CNRS, IBGC, 1, rue Camille Saint- Saens, 33077
Bordeaux Cedex, France]

1269

Cellulolytic complex exists in cellulolytic myxobacterium Sorangium

Hou P.- B., Li Y.- Z., Wu B.- H., et al.; Enzyme Microb. Technol.
38/1-2 (273-278), 2006 [Y.- Z. Li, State Key Laboratory of
Microbial Technology, College of Life Science, Shandong
University, Jinan 250100, China]

1270

Micro-CT of Pseudocneorhinus bifasciatus by projection X-ray


microscopy

Tanisako A., Hori A., Okumura A., et al.; J. Electron Microsc.


54/4 (379-383), 2005 [H. Yoshimura, Meiji University, Department
of Physics, 1- 1- 1 Higashimita, Tama- ku, Kawasaki 214- 8571,
Japan]

1271

Relationship between fractal dimension and morphological features


of Cephalosporium acremonium M25 in a 30-1 bioreactor culture

Lim J.S., Kim J.M., Kim J.C., et al.; J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.


15/5 (971-976), 2005 [S.W. Kim, Department of Chemical and
Biological Engineering, Korea University, 1 5- Ka Anam- dong,
Sungbuk- Ku, Seoul 136- 701, South Korea]

1272

Fine structure of the Deinococcus radiodurans nucleoid revealed by


cryoelectron microscopy of vitreous sections

Eltsov M., Dubochet J.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23 (8047-8054), 2005


[M. Eltsov, Laboratoire dAnalyse Ultrastructurale, Batiment de
Biologie, Universite de Lausanne, CH- 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland]

1273

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

7. MICROBIAL METABOLISM AND PHYSIOLOGY


Characterization of Bacillus anthracis germinant receptors in vitro

Fisher N., Hanna P.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23 (8055-8062), 2005 [P.


Hanna, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University
of Michigan Medical School, 5641 Medical Science Building II,
Ann Arbor, MI 48104, United States]

91
1274

See also:
Surface ultrastructure and elasticity in growing tips and mature regions of Aspergillus hyphae describe wall maturation 1241
Structure of synechobactins, new siderophores of the marine cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. PCC 7002 1601
Morphology and infraciliature of three species of Metaurostylopsis (Ciliophora, Stichotrichia): M. songi n. sp., M. salina n. sp., and M. marina (Kahl 1932) from sediments, saline
ponds, and coastal waters 1637
Micromonospora siamensis sp. nov., isolated from Thai peat swamp forest 1672

Sporulation
Rhizosphere Competent Pseudomonas aeruginosa GRC1 Produces
Characteristic Siderophore and Enhances Growth of Indian
Mustard (Brassica campestris)

Pandey P., Kang S.C., Gupta C.P., Maheshwari D.K.; Curr.


Microbiol. 51/5 (303-309), 2005 [D.K. Maheshwari, Department of
Botany and Microbiology, Gurukul Kangri University, Hardwar,
(U.A. India) 249404, India]

1275

The structure of bypass of forespore C, an intercompartmental


signaling factor during sporulation in Bacillus

Patterson H.M., Brannigan J.A., Cutting S.M., et al.; J. Biol.


Chem. 280/43 (36214-36220), 2005 [A.J. Wilkinson, Structural
Biology Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, University of York,
York YO10 5YW, United Kingdom]

1276

See also:
A death round affecting a young compartmentalized mycelium precedes aerial mycelium dismantling in confluent surface cultures of Streptomyces antibioticus 1242
SsgA-like proteins determine the fate of peptidoglycan during sporulation of Streptomyces coelicolor 1252
The Clostridium botulinum GerAB germination protein is located in the inner membrane of spores 1289
Ectopic expression of the mycorrhiza-specific chitinase gene Mtchit3-3 in Medicago truncatula root-organ cultures stimulates spore germination of glomalean fungi 1296
Ascospore release from bottle-shaped asci in Dipodascus albidus 1804
Characterization of intact Penicillium spores by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry 1815

Chemotaxis and motility


Growth-phase dependent substrate adhesion in Crithidia fasciculata

Scolaro E.J., Ames R.P., Brittingham A.; J. Eukaryotic Microbiol.


52/1 (17-22), 2005 [A. Brittingham, Department of Microbiology,
Des Moines University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Des
Moines, IA 50312, United States]

1277

Role of motility in the colonization of uropathogenic Escherichia coli


in the urinary tract

Lane M.C., Lockatell V., Monterosso G., et al.; Infect. Immun.


73/11 (7644-7656), 2005 [H.L.T. Mobley, Department of
Microbiology and Immunology, University of Michigan Medical
School, 5641 Medical Science Building II, 1150 West Medical
Center Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, United States]

1278

Stabilization of polar localization of a chemoreceptor via its covalent


modifications and its communication with a different
chemoreceptor

Shiomi D., Banno S., Homma M., Kawagishi I.; J. Bacteriol.


187/22 (7647-7654), 2005 [I. Kawagishi, Division of Biological
Science, Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University, Chikusaku, Nagoya 464- 8602, Japan]

1279

The trans-acting flagellar regulatory proteins, FliX and FlbD, play a


central role in linking flagellar biogenesis and cytokinesis in
Caulobacter crescentus

Muir R.E., Easter J., Gober J.W.; Microbiology 151/11


(3699-3711), 2005 [J.W. Gober, Department of Chemistry and
Biochemistry, Molecular Biology Institute, University of California,
Los Angeles, CA 90095- 1569, United States]

1280

Post-genomic views of a unique metabolism in the eukaryotic


flagellum

Ginger M.L.; Biochem. Soc. Trans. 33/5 (975-976), 2005 [M.L.


Ginger, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of
Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3RE, United Kingdom]

1281

The flagellar hierarchy of Rhodobacter sphaeroides is controlled by


the concerted action of two enhancer-binding proteins

Poggio S., Osorio A., Dreyfus G., Camarena L.; Mol. Microbiol.
58/4 (969-983), 2005 [L. Camarena, Departamento de Biologa
Molecular y Biotecnologa, Instituto de Investigaciones Biomedicas,
Universidad National Autonoma de Mexico, 04510 Mexico D. F.,
Mexico]

1282

CheX is a phosphorylated CheY phosphatase essential for Borrelia


burgdorferi chemotaxis

Motaleb M.A., Miller M.R., Li C., et al.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23


(7963-7969), 2005 [N.W. Charon, Department of Microbiology,
Immunology, and Cell Biology, Health Sciences Center, West
Virginia University, Morgantown, WV 26506- 9177, United States]

1283

See also:
The alternative sigma factor AlgT represses Pseudomonas aeruginosa flagellum biosynthesis by inhibiting expression of fleQ 1211
Actin-binding proteins from Burkholderia mallei and Burkholderia thailandensis can functionally compensate for the actin-based motility defect of a Burkholderia pseudomallei
bimA mutant 1268

Membranes
P-type proton ATPases are involved in intracellular calcium and
proton uptake in the plant parasite Phytomonas francai

Miranda K., Vercesi A.E., Catisti R., et al.; J. Eukaryotic


Microbiol. 52/1 (55-60), 2005 [R. Docampo, Center for Tropical
and Global Emerging Diseases, Department of Cellular Biology,
University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602- 2607, United States]

1284

Misfolding of a bacterial autotransporter

Mogensen J.E., Kleinschmidt J.H., Schmidt M.A., Otzen D.E.;


Protein Sci. 14/11 (2814-2827), 2005 [D.E. Otzen, Department of
Life Sciences, Aalborg University, Sohngaardsholmsvej 49, DK9000 Aalborg, Denmark]

1285

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

92

8. MICROBIAL SYMBIOSES AND OTHER INTERACTIONS

Vacuolar H+ -ATPase and plasma membrane H+ -ATPase contribute to


the tolerance against high-pressure carbon dioxide treatment in
Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Watanabe T., Furukawa S., Kitamoto K., et al.; Int. J. Food


Microbiol. 105/2 (131-137), 2005 [M. Yamasaki, Department of
Food Science and Technology, College of Bioresource Sciences,
Nihon University, 1866, Kameino, Fujisawa- shi, Kanagawa 2528510, Japan]

1286

The PscE-PscF-PscG complex controls type III secretion needle


biogenesis in Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Quinaud M., Chabert J., Faudry E., et al.; J. Biol. Chem. 280/43
(36293-36300), 2005 [I. Attree, UMR 5092 CNRS/Commissariat A
lEnergie Atomique (CEA), Universite Joseph Fourier (UJF),
Departement de Reponse et Dynamique Cellulaires, 17 Rue des
Martyrs, 38054 Grenoble Cedex 09, France]

1287

Gpi19, the Saccharomyces cerevisiae homologue of mammalian


PIG-P, is a subunit of the initial enzyme for
glycosylphosphatidylinositol anchor biosynthesis

Newman H.A., Romeo M.J., Lewis S.E., et al.; Eukaryotic Cell


4/11 (1801-1807), 2005 [D.E. Levin, Department of Biochemistry
and Molecular Biology, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns
Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21205- 2179, United States]

1288

The Clostridium botulinum GerAB germination protein is located in


the inner membrane of spores

Alberto F., Botella L., Carlin F., et al.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett.
253/2 (231-235), 2005 [V. Broussolle, INRA UMR A408 Securite et
Qualite des Produits dOrigine Vegetale, Institut National de la
Recherche Agronomique, Site Agroparc, Domaine Saint- Paul,
84914 Avignon Cedex 9, France]

1289

Identification and characterization of a novel outer membrane protein


(OMP J) of Moraxella catarrhalis that exists in two major forms

Hays J.P., Van Selm S., Hoogenboezem T., et al.; J. Bacteriol.


187/23 (7977-7984), 2005 [J.P. Hays, Department of Medical
Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, Erasmus MC, Dr.
Molewaterplein 40, 3015 GD Rotterdam, Netherlands]

1290

TcPDE4, a novel membrane-associated cAMP-specific


phosphodiesterase from Trypanosoma cruzi

Alonso G.D., Schoijet A.C., Torres H.N., Flawia M.M.; Mol.


Biochem. Parasitol. 145/1 (40-49), 2006 [G.D. Alonso, Instituto de
Investigaciones en Ingeniera Genetica Y Biologa Molecular,
Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientficas Y Tecnicas,
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Vuelta de Obligado 2490, 1428
Buenos Aires, Argentina]

1291

See also:
Cell division defects in Escherichia coli deficient in the multidrug efflux transporter AcrEF-TolC 1239
Maintaining the protective variant surface glycoprotein coat of African trypanosomes 1249
Subunits of the yeast mitochondrial ADP/ATP carrier: Cooperation within the dimer 1269
Bipolar tetraether lipids: Chain flexibility and membrane polarity gradients from spin-label electron spin resonance 1629
Use of electrospray ionization mass spectrometry for profiling of crude oil effects on the phospholipid molecular species of two marine bacteria 1816

8. MICROBIAL SYMBIOSES AND OTHER INTERACTIONS


8.1. Plants
Mycorrhizae
Dual colonization of Eucalyptus urophylla S.T. Blake by arbuscular
and ectomycorrhizal fungi affects levels of insect herbivore attack

Gange A.C., Gane D.R.J., Chen Y., Gong M.; Agric. For.
Entomol. 7/3 (253-263), 2005 [Dr. A.C. Gange, School of
Biological Sciences, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham
Surrey TW20 0EX, United Kingdom]

1292

The evolutionary ecology of myco-heterotrophy

Bidartondo M.I.; New Phytol. 167/2 (335-352), 2005 [M.I.


Bidartondo, Imperial College London, Royal Botanic Gardens,
Kew, TW9 3DS, United Kingdom]

1293

Mycorrhizas improve nitrogen nutrition of Trifolium repens after 8 yr


of selection under elevated atmospheric CO2 partial pressure

Gamper H., Hartwig U.A., Leuchtmann A.; New Phytol. 167/2


(531-542), 2005 [H. Gamper, Department of Biology, University of
York, PO Box 373, Heslington, York, YO10 5YW, United Kingdom]

1294

Mast fruiting and seedling survival of the ectomycorrhizal,


monodominant Dicymbe corymbosa (Caesalpiniaceae) in Guyana

Henkel T.W., Mayor J.R., Woolley L.P.; New Phytol. 167/2


(543-556), 2005 [T.W. Henkel, Department of Biological Sciences,
Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA 95521, United States]

1295

Ectopic expression of the mycorrhiza-specific chitinase gene


Mtchit3-3 in Medicago truncatula root-organ cultures stimulates
spore germination of glomalean fungi

Elfstrand M., Feddermann N., Ineichen K., et al.; New Phytol.


167/2 (557-570), 2005 [P. Salzer, Botanical Institute, University of
Basle, Hebelstrasse 1, CH- 4056 Basel, Switzerland]

1296

Polyphosphate dynamics in mycorrhizal roots during colonization of


an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus

Ohtomo R., Saito M.; New Phytol. 167/2 (571-578), 2005 [R.
Ohtomo, National Institute of Livestock and Grassland Science, 768
Senbon- matsu, Nasu- shiobara, Tochigi 329- 2793, Japan]

1297

Spatial patterns of gene expression in the extramatrical mycelium and


mycorrhizal root tips formed by the ectomycorrhizal fungus
Paxillus involutus in association with birch (Betula pendula)
seedlings in soil microcosms

Wright D.P., Johansson T., Le Quere A., et al.; New Phytol.


167/2 (579-596), 2005 [A. Tunlid, Department of Microbial
Ecology, Ecology Building, Lund University, Solvegatan 37, SE223 62 Lund, Sweden]

1298

The influence of mycorrhiza on uranium and phosphorus uptake by


barley plants from a field-contaminated soil

Chen B., Zhu Y.- G., Zhang X., Jakobsen I.; Environ. Sci. Pollut.
Res. 12/6 (325-331), 2005 [Y.- G. Zhu, Department of Soil
Environmental Science, Research Center for Eco- environmental
Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100085, China]

1299

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

8. MICROBIAL SYMBIOSES AND OTHER INTERACTIONS

93

Mycorrhizal colonization in dryland vineyards of the Willamette


Valley, Oregon

Schreiner R.P., Linderman R.G.; Small Fruits Rev. 4/3 (41-55),


2005 [R.P. Schreiner, USDA- ARS- HCRL, 3420 NW Orchard
Avenue, Corvallis, OR 97330, United States]

1300

Allele and genotype frequencies of the intergenic rDNA spacer one


region in ectomycorrhiza populations of Xerocomus pruinatus on
three different host tree species

Haese A., Rothe G.M.; For. Genet. 12/1 (15-22), 2005 [Dr. G.M.
Rothe, Department of General Botany, Faculty of Biology, Johannes
Gutenberg- University, D- 55099 Mainz, Germany]

1301

Arbuscular mycorrhizas in coastal sand dunes of the


Paraguana Peninsula, Venezuela

Alarcon C., Cuenca G.; Mycorrhiza 16/1 (1-9), 2005 [C. Alarcon,

Centro de Investigaciones en Ecologa Y Zonas Aridas


(CIEZA),
Universidad Nacional Experimental Francisco de Miranda
(UNEFM), Coro, Falcon, Venezuela]

1302

Contrasting responses to ectomycorrhizal inoculation in seedlings of


six tropical African tree species

Diedhiou A.G., Gu`eye O., Diabate M., et al.; Mycorrhiza 16/1


(11-17), 2005 [A.M. Ba, Laboratoire de Biologie et Physiologie
Vegetales, Equipe dAccueil DYNECAR (EA 926), Universite des
Antilles et de la Guyane, BP 592, Guadeloupe, France]

1303

Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of the ectomycorrhizal


symbiont Laccaria bicolor S238N

Kemppainen M., Circosta A., Tagu D., et al.; Mycorrhiza 16/1


(19-22), 2005 [A.G. Pardo, Programa de Investigacion en
Interacciones Biologicas, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Roque
Saenz Pena 180 (B1876BXD), Bernal, Provincia de Buenos Aires,
Argentina]

1304

Fungal communities in mycorrhizal roots of conifer seedlings in


forest nurseries under different cultivation systems, assessed by
morphotyping, direct sequencing and mycelial isolation

Menkis A., Vasiliauskas R., Taylor A.F.S., et al.; Mycorrhiza 16/1


(33-41), 2005 [A. Menkis, Department Forest Mycology and
Pathology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, P.O. Box
7026, 750 07 Uppsala, Sweden]

1305

Influence of three species of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the


persistence of aromatic hydrocarbons in contaminated substrates

Volante A., Lingua G., Cesaro P., et al.; Mycorrhiza 16/1 (43-50),
2005 [G. Berta, Dipartimento di Scienze dellAmbiente e Della
Vita, Universit`a degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale Amedeo
Avogadro, Via G. Bellini 25/g, 15100 Alessandria, AL, Italy]

1306

Molecular changes in Pisum sativum L. roots during arbuscular


mycorrhiza buffering of cadmium stress

Rivera- Becerril F., Van Tuinen D., Martin- Laurent F., et al.;
Mycorrhiza 16/1 (51-60), 2005 [V. Gianinazzi- Pearson, UMR 1088
INRA/5184 CNRS/U., Bourgogne Plante- Microbe- Environnement,
INRA- CMSE, BP 86510, 21065 Dijon Cedex, France]

1307

Glomus intraradices dominates arbuscular mycorrhizal communities


in a heavy textured agricultural soil

Mathimaran N., Ruh R., Vullioud P., et al.; Mycorrhiza 16/1


(61-66), 2005 [J. Jansa, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
(ETH) Zurich, Institute of Plant Sciences, Eschikon 33, 8315
Lindau, Switzerland]

1308

Mycorrhizal synthesis of Lactarius indigo (Schw.) Fr. with five


Neotropical pine species

Flores R., Daz G., Honrubia M.; Mycorrhiza 15/8 (563-570),


2005 [M. Honrubia, Departamento de Biologa Vegetal (Botanica),
Facultad de Biologa, Campus de Espinardo, 30100 Murcia, Spain]

1309

Presence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in South Florida native


plants

Fisher J.B., Jayachandran K.; Mycorrhiza 15/8 (580-588), 2005


[J.B. Fisher, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, 11935 Old Cutler
Rd., Coral Gables, FL 33156, United States]

1310

Application of network theory to potential mycorrhizal networks

Southworth D., He X.- H., Swenson W., et al.; Mycorrhiza 15/8


(589-595), 2005 [D. Southworth, Department of Biology, Southern
Oregon University, 1250 Siskiyou Boulevard, Ashland, OR 97520,
United States]

1311

Mycorrhizal impact on drought stress tolerance of rose plants probed


by chlorophyll a fluorescence, proline content and visual scoring

Pinior A., Grunewaldt- Stocker G., Von Alten H., Strasser R.J.;
Mycorrhiza 15/8 (596-605), 2005 [G. Grunewaldt- Stocker, Institute
of Plant Diseases and Plant Protection, University of Hannover,
Herrenhauser Strasse 2, 30419 Hannover, Germany]

1312

Preliminary assessment of plant community structure and arbuscular


mycorrhizas in rangeland habitats of Cholistan desert, Pakistan

Chaudhry M.S., Batool Z., Khan A.G.; Mycorrhiza 15/8


(606-611), 2005 [A.G. Khan, Department of Environmental
Sciences, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan]

1313

Response of strawberry to inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal


fungi under very high soil phosphorus conditions

Stewart L.I., Hamel C., Hogue R., Moutoglis P.; Mycorrhiza 15/8
(612-619), 2005 [L.I. Stewart, McGill University, Department of
Natural Resource Sciences, 21 111 Lakeshore Rd., Ste- Anne- deBellevue, Que. H9X 3V9, Canada]

1314

Expression profiles of a phosphate transporter gene (GmosPT) from


the endomycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae

Benedetto A., Magurno F., Bonfante P., Lanfranco L.;


Mycorrhiza 15/8 (620-627), 2005 [L. Lanfranco, Dipartimento di
Biologia Vegetale, Viale Mattioli 25, Turin, 10125, Italy]

1315

Element profiles and growth in Zn-sensitive and Zn-resistant Suilloid


fungi

Colpaert J.V., Adriaensen K., Muller L.A.H., et al.; Mycorrhiza


15/8 (628-634), 2005 [J.V. Colpaert, Center for Environmental
Sciences, Environmental Biology Group, Hasselt University,
Agoralaan, gebouw D, 3590 Diepenbeek, Belgium]

1316

The mycorrhizal community in a forest chronosequence of Sitka


spruce [Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr.] in Northern England

Palfner G., Casanova- Katny M.A., Read D.J.; Mycorrhiza 15/8


(571-579), 2005 [G. Palfner, Departamento de Botanica, Facultad
de Ciencias Naturales Y Oceanograficas, Universidad de
Concepcion, Casilla 160- C, Concepcion, VIII Region, Chile]

1317

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

94

8. MICROBIAL SYMBIOSES AND OTHER INTERACTIONS

Arbuscular mycorrhizae from arid parts of Namibia

Uhlmann E., Gorke C., Petersen A., Oberwinkler F.; J. Arid


Environ. 64/2 (221-237), 2006 [E. Uhlmann, University of
Tubingen, Spezielle Botanik and Mykologie, Auf der Morgenstelle
1, 72076 Tubingen, Germany]

1318

Response of mycorrhizal fungi to elevated atmospheric CO2 (Chin)

Yuan X., Lin X., Yin R., Wang J.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol.
11/5 (627-631), 2005 [X. Lin, Laboratory of Biology and
Biochemistry, Nanjing Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy
of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, China]

1319

Seven Lotus japonicus genes required for transcriptional


reprogramming of the root during fungal and bacterial symbiosis

Kistner C., Winzer T., Pitzschke A., et al.; Plant Cell 17/8
(2217-2229), 2005 [M. Parniske, Ludwig- Maximilians- Universitat
Munchen, Institut fur Genetik, Maria Ward Strae 1a, D- 80638
Munchen, Germany]

1320

Interactions between Tamarix ramosissima (saltcedar), Populus


fremontii (cottonwood), and mycorrhizal fungi: Effects on seedling
growth and plant species coexistence

Beauchamp V.B., Stromberg J.C., Stutz J.C.; Plant Soil 275/1-2


(221-231), 2005 [V.B. Beauchamp, School of Life Sciences,
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287, United States]

1321

MtENOD11 gene activation during rhizobial infection and


mycorrhizal arbuscule development requires a common
AT-rich-containing regulatory sequence

Boisson- Dernier A., Andriankaja A., Chabaud M., et al.; Mol.


Plant-Microbe Interact. 18/12 (1269-1276), 2005 [F. De CarvalhoNiebel, Laboratory of Plant Microbe Interactions (LIPM), CNRSINRA, BP 52627, 31326 Castanet- Tolosan Cedex, France]

1322

See also:
Fungal associates of Salix repens in northern oceanic Britain and their conservation significance 1537
Indigenous rhizobia associated with native shrubby legumes in Taiwan 1541
Changes in the microbial community in a forest soil amended with aluminium in situ 1545
Studies on the diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and the efficacy of two native isolates in a highly alkaline anthropogenic sediment 1602

Nodulation
Soil nematodes mediate positive interactions between legume plants
and rhizobium bacteria

Horiuchi J.- I., Prithiviraj B., Bais H.P., et al.; Planta 222/5
(848-857), 2005 [J.M. Vivanco, Department of Horticulture and
Landscape Architecture, Colorado State University, 217 Shepardson
Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523, United States]

1323

The coexistence of symbiosis and pathogenicity-determining genes in


Rhizobium rhizogenes strains enables them to induce nodules and
tumors or hairy roots in plants

Velazquez E., Peix A., Zurdo- Pineiro


J.L., et al.; Mol.
Plant-Microbe Interact. 18/12 (1325-1332), 2005 [E. Velazquez,
Departamento de Microbiologa Y Genetica, Universidad de
Salamanca, , Spain]

1324

See also:
MtENOD11 gene activation during rhizobial infection and mycorrhizal arbuscule development requires a common AT-rich-containing regulatory sequence 1322
Arctic and subarctic soil populations of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii nodulating three different clover species: Characterisation by diversity at chromosomal and
symbiosis loci 1603
Evolution and phylogeny of Rhizobium 1727

Rhizosphere organisms
Bio-active composts from rice straw enriched with rock phosphate
and their effect on the phosphorous nutrition and microbial
community in rhizosphere of cowpea

Zayed G., Abdel- Motaal H.; Bioresour. Technol. 96/8 (929-935),


2005 [G. Zayed, Department of Agricultural Microbiology, Faculty
of Agriculture, Minia University, Minia 61111, Egypt]

1325

The influence of Bacillus subtilis RB14-C on the development of


Rhizoctonia solani and indigenous microorganisms in the soil

Szczech M., Shoda M.; Can. J. Microbiol. 51/5 (405-411), 2005


[M. Szczech, Department of Plant Protection, Emil Chroboczek
Research Institute of Vegetable Crops, Konstytucji 3- Maja 1/3, 96100 Skierniewice, Poland]

1326

Colonization of Vigna radiata roots by chromium resistant bacterial


strains of Ochrobactrum intermedium, Bacillus cereus and
Brevibacterium sp.

Muhammad F., Shahida H.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5


(528-530), 2005 [H. Shahida, Department of Botany, University of
the Punjab, Quaid- e- Azam Campus, Lahore- 54590, Pakistan]

1327

Nature of a root-associated Paenibacillus polymyxa from field-grown


winter barley in Korea

Ryu C.- H., Kim J., Choi O., et al.; J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 15/5
(984-991), 2005 [C.- S. Park, Department of Applied Biology and
Environmental Science, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences,
Gyeongsang National University, Jinju 660- 700, South Korea]

1328

See also:
Rhizosphere Competent Pseudomonas aeruginosa GRC1 Produces Characteristic Siderophore and Enhances Growth of Indian Mustard (Brassica campestris) 1275
Luteibacter rhizovicinus gen. nov., sp. nov., a yellow-pigmented gammaproteobacterium isolated from the rhizosphere of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) 1697

8.2. Invertebrates
Oribatid mite (Acari, Oribatida) feeding on ectomycorrhizal fungi

Schneider K., Renker C., Maraun M.; Mycorrhiza 16/1 (67-72),


2005 [K. Schneider, Institute of Zoology, Darmstadt University of
Technology, Schnittspahnstrae 3, 64287 Darmstadt, Germany]

1329

See also:
Development and molecular characterisation of the microsporidian Schroedera airthreyi n. sp. in a freshwater bryozoan plumatella sp. (Bryozoa: Phylactolaemata) 1674

Symbiotic
Transmission, plasticity and the molecular identification of
cyanobacterial symbionts in the Red Sea sponge Diacarnus
erythraenus

Oren M., Steindler L., Ilan M.; Mar. Biol. 148/1 (35-41), 2005 [L.
Steindler, Department of Zoology, George S. Wise Faculty of Life
Sciences, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 69978, Israel]
2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

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95

Horizontal transmission of Wolbachia in a Drosophila community

Haine E.R., Pickup N.J., Cook J.M.; Ecol. Entomol. 30/4


(464-472), 2005 [E.R. Haine, Department of Animal and Plant
Sciences, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield S10
2TN, United Kingdom]

1331

Insights into the microbial world associated with ants

Zientz E., Feldhaar H., Stoll S., Gross R.; Arch. Microbiol. 184/4
(199-206), 2005 [R. Gross, Lehrstuhl fur Mikrobiologie,
Biozentrum, Universitat Wurzburg, Am Hubland, 97074 Wurzburg,
Germany]

1332

Endosymbiotic yeast maternally transmitted in a marine sponge

Maldonado M., Cortadellas N., Trillas Ma.I., Rutzler


K.; Biol.
Bull. 209/2 (94-106), 2005 [M. Maldonado, Department of Aquatic
Ecology, Centro de Estudios Avanzados de Blanes (CSIC), Acceso
Cala St. Francesc 14, E- 17300 Blanes, Girona, Spain]

1333

See also:
Redescription of Lagenophrys maxillaris (Jankowski, 1993) (Ciliophora, Peritrichia, Lagenophryidae), an Ectosymbiont of Marine Amphipods 1638

Digestive tract
Enterobacteria-mediated nitrogen fixation in natural populations of
the fruit fly Ceratitis capitata

Behar A., Yuval B., Jurkevitch E.; Mol. Ecol. 14/9 (2637-2643),
2005 [E. Jurkevitch, Department of Plant Pathology and
Microbiology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 76100, Rehovot,
Israel]

1334

8.3. Vertebrates
Rumen and intestine
Gastrointestinal bacteria generate nitric oxide from nitrate and nitrite

Sobko T., Reinders C.I., Jansson E.U., et al.; Nitric Oxide Biol.
Chem. 13/4 (272-278), 2005 [J.O. Lundberg, Department of
Physiology and Pharmacology, Karolinska Institutet, S- 17177
Stockholm, Sweden]

1335

Recovery of Partial 16S rDNA Sequences Suggests the Presence of


Crenarchaeota in the Human Digestive Ecosystem

Rieu- Lesme F., Delb`es C., Sollelis L.; Curr. Microbiol. 51/5
(317-321), 2005 [F. Rieu- Lesme, Unite de Microbiologie, Institut
National de la Recherche Agronomique (I.N.R.A.), 63122 SaintGen`es- Champanelle, France]

1336

Changes of viability and composition of the Escherichia coli flora in


faecal samples during long time storage

I., Mbazima G., et al.; J. Microbiol. Methods


Acha S.J., Kuhn
63/3 (229-238), 2005 [I. Kuhn, MTC, Karolinska Institutet, Box
280, S- 171 77 Stockholm, Sweden]

1337

The role of heterolactic lactobacilli in diarrhoea of short small bowel


patients

Severijnen R., Naber T., Tolboom J., Bongaerts G.; Microb.


Ecol. Health Dis. 17/2 (88-93), 2005 [Dr. G. Bongaerts,
Department of Medical Microbiology (440), Radboud University
Nijmegen Medical Centre, PO Box 9101, NL- 6500 HB Nijmegen,
Netherlands]

1338

Effect of a cell preparation of Enterococcus faecalis strain EC-12 on


digesta flow and recovery from constipation in a pig model and
human subjects

Tsukahara T., Bukawa W., Kan T., Ushida K.; Microb. Ecol.
Health Dis. 17/2 (107-113), 2005 [Prof. K. Ushida, Laboratory of
Animal Science, Kyoto Prefectural University, Shimogamo, Kyoto
606- 8522, Japan]

1339

Isolation rates of gluconate-fermenting bifidobacteria from human


faeces

Asano T., Yuasa K., Nishiwaki S., Iino H.; Microb. Ecol. Health
Dis. 17/2 (114-120), 2005 [T. Asano, Intellectual Property, Astellas
Pharma Inc., 3- 11, Nihonbashi- Honcho 2- chome, Chuo- ku,
Tokyo 103- 8411, Japan]

1340

Human gut microbiota does not ferment erythritol

Arrigoni E., Brouns F., Amad`o R.; Br. J. Nutr. 94/5 (643-646),
2005 [E. Arrigoni, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH),
Institute of Food Science and Nutrition, ETH- Zentrum, CH- 8092
Zurich, Switzerland]

1341

Effect of ruminal administration of Escherichia coli wild type or a


genetically modified strain with enhanced high nitrite reductase
activity on methane emission and nitrate toxicity in nitrate-infused
sheep

Sar C., Mwenya B., Pen B., et al.; Br. J. Nutr. 94/5 (691-697),
2005 [Prof. J. Takahashi, Department of Animal Science, Obihiro
University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Obihiro,
Hokkaido 080- 8555, Japan]

1342

Balcells J., Guada J.A., et al.; Br. J. Nutr. 94/5


Protein recycling in growing rabbits: Contribution of microbial lysine Belenguer A.,
to amino acid metabolism
(763-770), 2005 [Dr. J. Balcells, Departamento de Produccon
Animal y Ciencia de los Alimentos, Facultad de Veterinaria, Miguel
Servet 177, Zaragoza 50013, Spain]

1343

Effects of infant formula containing a mixture of galacto- and


fructo-oligosaccharides or viable Bifidobacterium animalis on the
intestinal microflora during the first 4 months of life

1344

Bakker- Zierikzee A.M., Alles M.S., Knol J., et al.; Br. J. Nutr.
94/5 (783-790), 2005 [Dr. A.M. Bakker- Zierikzee, Division of
Human Nutrition, Wageningen University, PO Box 8129, NL- 6700
EV Wageningen, Netherlands]

See also:
The effect of enzyme treatment on the in vitro fermentation of lucerne incubated with equine faecal inocula 1166
Survival of Lactobacillus plantarum 44a after spraying and drying in feed and during exposure to gastrointestinal tract fluids in vitro 1517
Effects of probiotic bacteria (VSL#3) on the polyamine biosynthesis and cell proliferation of normal colonic mucosa of rats 1524
An optimized enumeration method for sorbitol-fermenting Bifidobacteria in water samples 1566
Multiple displacement amplification of DNA from human colon and rectum biopsies: Bacterial profiling and identification of Helicobacter pylori-DNA by means of 16S
rDNA-based TTGE and pyrosequencing analysis 1749
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Molecular analysis of a consortium of ruminal microbes that detoxify pyrrolizidine alkaloids 1782

8.4. Microbial Interactions with Other Micro-Organisms


Transcriptional Activity of the Host-Interaction Locus and a Putative
Pilin Gene of Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus in the Predatory Life
Cycle

Schwudke D., Bernhardt A., Beck S., et al.; Curr. Microbiol. 51/5
(310-316), 2005 [E. Strauch, Bundesinstitut fur Risikobe- wertung
(BfR), Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, Diedersdorfer Weg 1,
12277 Berlin, Germany]

1345

Photosynthesis genes in marine viruses yield proteins during host


infection

Lindell D., Jaffe J.D., Johnson Z.I., et al.; Nature 438/7064


(86-89), 2005 [S.W. Chisholm, Department of Civil and
Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Cambridge, MA 02139, United States]

1346

8.5. Biofilms
Removal of microcystins by phototrophic biofilms: A microcosm
study

Babica P., Blaha L., Marsa lek B.; Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 12/6
(369-374), 2005 [P. Babica, RECETOX - Research Center for
Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology, Masaryk University,
Kamenice 3, 625 00 Brno, Czech Republic]

1347

High-resolution visualization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1


biofilms by freeze-substitution transmission electron microscopy

Hunter R.C., Beveridge T.J.; J. Bacteriol. 187/22 (7619-7630),


2005 [R.C. Hunter, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology
and AFMnet- NCE, College of Biological Science, University of
Guelph, Guelph, Ont. N1G 2W1, Canada]

1348

Nitrate reduction using an electrode as direct electron donor in a


biofilm-electrode reactor

Park H.I., Kim D.K., Choi Y.- J., Pak D.; Process Biochem. 40/10
(3383-3388), 2005 [D. Pak, Department of Energy and
Environmental Engineering, Seoul National University of
Technology, Seoul 139- 743, South Korea]

1349

Comparison of three assays for the quantification of Candida biomass


in suspension and CDC reactor grown biofilms

Honraet K., Goetghebeur E., Nelis H.J.; J. Microbiol. Methods


63/3 (287-295), 2005 [H.J. Nelis, Laboratory for Pharmaceutical
Microbiology, University of Ghent, Harelbekestraat 72, B- 9000,
Ghent, Belgium]

1350

Does biofilm contribute to diel cycling of Zn in High Ore Creek,


Montana?

Morris J.M., Nimick D.A., Farag A.M., Meyer J.S.;


Biogeochemistry 76/2 (233-259), 2005 [J.S. Meyer, Department of
Zoology and Physiology, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY
82071- 3166, United States]

1351

Characteristics of Flo11-dependent flocculation in Saccharomyces


cerevisiae

Bayly J.C., Douglas L.M., Pretorius I.S., et al.; FEMS Yeast Res.
5/12 (1151-1156), 2005 [A.M. Dranginis, Department of Biological
Sciences, St. Johns University, Queens, 8000 Utopia Parkway,
Jamaica, NY 11439, United States]

1352

Evaluation of oxazaborolidine activity on Streptococcus mutans


biofilm formation

Jabbour A., Srebnik M., Zaks B., et al.; Int. J. Antimicrob. Agents
26/6 (491-496), 2005 [D. Steinberg, Institute of Dental Sciences,
Faculty of Dentistry, Hebrew University- Hadassah, P.O.B 12272,
Jerusalem, 91120, Israel]

1353

Effect of oxygen limitation on the in vitro antimicrobial susceptibility


of clinical isolates of Pseudomonas aeruginosa grown
planktonically and as biofilms

Field T.R., White A., Elborn J.S., Tunney M.M.; Eur. J. Clin.
Microbiol. Infect. Dis. 24/10 (677-687), 2005 [M.M. Tunney,
Clinical and Practice Research Group, School of Pharmacy, Queens
University Belfast, 97 Lisburn Road, Belfast, BT9 7BL, United
Kingdom]

1354

Common -lactamases inhibit bacterial biofilm formation

Gallant C.V., Daniels C., Leung J.M., et al.; Mol. Microbiol. 58/4
(1012-1024), 2005 [L.L. Burrows, Department of Surgery,
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ont., Canada]

1355

Secretory IgA and mucin-mediated biofilm formation by


environmental strains of Escherichia coli: Role of type 1 pili

Bollinger R.R., Everett M.L., Wahl S.D., et al.; Mol. Immunol.


43/4 (378-387), 2006 [W. Parker, Department of Surgery, Duke
University Medical Center, Box 2605, Durham, NC 27710, United
States]

1356

Characterization of temporal protein production in Pseudomonas


aeruginosa biofilms

Southey- Pillig C.J., Davies D.G., Sauer K.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23


(8114-8126), 2005 [K. Sauer, Department of Biological Sciences,
State University of New York at Binghamton, 104 Science III,
Vestal Parkway East, Binghamton, NY 13902, United States]

1357

Iron-responsive regulation of biofilm formation in Staphylococcus


aureus involves Fur-dependent and Fur-independent mechanisms

Johnson M., Cockayne A., Williams P.H., Morrissey J.A.; J.


Bacteriol. 187/23 (8211-8215), 2005 [J.A. Morrissey, Department
of Genetics, University of Leicester, University Road, Leicester LE1
7RH, United Kingdom]

1358

See also:
Identification of gmhA, a Yersinia pestis gene required for flea blockage, by using a Caenorhabditis elegans biofilm system 1362
Biofilm formation, extracellular polysaccharide production, and cell-to-cell signaling in various Enterobacter sakazakii strains: Aspects promoting environmental persistence 1466
Bacteria and algae in stream periphyton along a nutrient gradient 1576
Bacterial communities of biofilms sampled from seepage groundwater contaminated with petroleum oil 1625
Microbial characterization of excessive growing biofilm in sewer lines using molecular technique 1793

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Human airway epithelial cells sense Pseudomonas aeruginosa
infection via recognition of flagellin by toll-like receptor 5

Zhang Z., Louboutin J.- P., Weiner D.J., et al.; Infect. Immun.
73/11 (7151-7160), 2005 [J.M. Wilson, 204 Wistar, 3601 Spruce St.,
Philadelphia, PA 19104, United States]

1359

The role of Candida albicans NOT5 in virulence depends upon


diverse host factors in vivo

Cheng S., Clancy C.J., Checkley M.A., et al.; Infect. Immun.


73/11 (7190-7197), 2005 [M.H. Nguyen, University of Florida
College of Medicine, JHMHC, P.O. Box 100277, Gainesville, FL
32610, United States]

1360

CD4+ -T-cell responses generated during murine Salmonella enterica


serovar typhimurium infection are directed towards multiple
epitopes within the natural antigen FliC

Bergman M.A., Cummings L.A., Alaniz R.C., et al.; Infect.


Immun. 73/11 (7226-7235), 2005 [B.T. Cookson, Department of
Laboratory Medicine, University of Washington Medical Center,
Box 357110, 1959 NE Pacific Street, Seattle, WA 98195, United
States]

1361

Identification of gmhA, a Yersinia pestis gene required for flea


blockage, by using a Caenorhabditis elegans biofilm system

Darby C., Ananth S.L., Tan L., Hinnebusch B.J.; Infect. Immun.
73/11 (7236-7242), 2005 [C. Darby, Department of Microbiology,
University of Alabama at Birmingham, BBRB Box 19, 1530 3rd
Avenue S., Birmingham, AL 35294- 2170, United States]

1362

LruA and LruB, novel lipoproteins of pathogenic Leptospira


interrogans associated with equine recurrent uveitis

Verma A., Artiushin S., Matsunaga J., et al.; Infect. Immun.


73/11 (7259-7266), 2005 [J.F. Timoney, 325 M. H. Gluck Equine
Research Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40546,
United States]

1363

Cell-mediated protection against pulmonary Yersinia pestis infection

Parent M.A., Berggren K.N., Kummer L.W., et al.; Infect.


Immun. 73/11 (7304-7310), 2005 [S.T. Smiley, Trudeau Institute,
154 Algonquin Avenue, Saranac Lake, NY 12983, United States]

1364

Intraspecies and temperature-dependent variations in susceptibility of


Yersinia pestis to the bactericidal action of serum and to polymyxin
B

Anisimov A.P., Dentovskaya S.V., Titareva G.M., et al.; Infect.


Immun. 73/11 (7324-7331), 2005 [A.P. Anisimov, State Research
Center for Applied Microbiology, Obolensk, Moscow Region
142279, Russian Federation]

1365

Endotoxin priming improves clearance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Varma T.K., Durham M., Murphey E.D., et al.; Infect. Immun.
wild-type and interleukin-10 knockout mice
73/11 (7340-7347), 2005 [E.R. Sherwood, Department of
Anesthesiology, University of Texas Medical Branch, 301
University Blvd., Galveston, TX 77550- 5050, United States]

1366

Borrelia burgdorferi regulates expression of complement


regulator-acquiring surface protein 1 during the mammal-tick
infection cycle

Von Lackum K., Miller J.C., Bykowski T., et al.; Infect. Immun.
73/11 (7398-7405), 2005 [B. Stevenson, Department of
Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics, University of
Kentucky College of Medicine, MS417 Chandler Medical Center,
800 Rose Street, Lexington, KY 40536- 0298, United States]

1367

Epsilon-toxin is required for most Clostridium perfringens type D


vegetative culture supernatants to cause lethality in the mouse
intravenous injection model

Sayeed S., Fernandez- Miyakawa M.E., Fisher D.J., et al.; Infect.


Immun. 73/11 (7413-7421), 2005 [B.A. McClane, E1240 BSTWR,
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA 15261,
United States]

1368

Bordetella bronchiseptica flagellin is a proinflammatory determinant


for airway epithelial cells

Lopez- Boado Y.S., Cobb L.M., Deora R.; Infect. Immun. 73/11
(7525-7534), 2005 [Y.S. Lopez- Boado, Section on Molecular
Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Wake Forest University
School of Medicine, Winston- Salem, NC 27157, United States]

1369

Invariant NKT cells are essential for the regulation of hepatic


CXCL10 gene expression during Leishmania donovani infection

Svensson M., Zubairi S., Maroof A., et al.; Infect. Immun. 73/11
(7541-7547), 2005 [P.M. Kaye, Immunology and Infection Unit,
Department of Biology, University of York, Heslington, York YO10
5YW, United Kingdom]

1370

Uropathogenic Escherichia coli flagella aid in efficient urinary tract


colonization

Wright K.J., Seed P.C., Hultgren S.J.; Infect. Immun. 73/11


(7657-7668), 2005 [S.J. Hultgren, Department of Molecular
Microbiology, Box 8230, Washington University School of
Medicine, 660 S. Euclid Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110, United States]

1371

A malaria parasite-encoded vacuolar H+ -ATPase is targeted to the


host erythrocyte

Marchesini N., Vieira M., Luo S., et al.; J. Biol. Chem. 280/44
(36841-36847), 2005 [R. Docampo, Department of Pathobiology,
Center for Zoonoses Research, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, Urbana, IL 61802, United States]

1372

TLR2 and MyD88 contribute to Lactobacillus casei extract-induced


focal coronary arteritis in a mouse model of Kawasaki disease

Rosenkranz M.E., Schulte D.J., Agle L.M.A., et al.; Circulation


112/19 (2966-2973), 2005 [Dr. M. Arditi, Cedars- Sinai Medical
Center, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Immunology,
8700 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048, United States]

1373

Molecular evolution of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in


the metropolitan area of Cologne, Germany, from 1984 to 1998

Wisplinghoff H., Ewertz B., Wisplinghoff S., et al.; J. Clin.


Microbiol. 43/11 (5445-5451), 2005 [H. Seifert, Institute for
Medical Microbiology, Immunology and Hygiene, University of
Cologne, Goldenfelsstr. 19- 21, 50935 Cologne, Germany]

1374

Development of one-step, real-time, quantitative reverse transcriptase


PCR assays for absolute quantitation of human coronaviruses
OC43 and 229E

Vijgen L., Keyaerts E., Moes E., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol. 43/11
(5452-5456), 2005 [M. Van Ranst, Department of Microbiology and
Immunology, Rega Institute for Medical Research, University of
Leuven, Minderbroedersstraat 10, B- 3000 Leuven, Belgium]

1375

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Antigenic divergence of Bordetella pertussis isolates in Taiwan

Yao S.- M., Lin Y.- C., Chou C.- Y., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.
43/11 (5457-5461), 2005 [S.- Y. Li, Laboratory for Bacteriology
and Mycology, Center for Research and Diagnostics, Center for
Disease Control, No. 161, Kun- Yang Street, Taipei, Taiwan]

1376

A novel bacterial mucinase, glycosulfatase, is associated with


bacterial vaginosis

Roberton A.M., Wiggins R., Horner P.J., et al.; J. Clin.


Microbiol. 43/11 (5504-5508), 2005 [A.M. Roberton, School of
Biological Sciences, University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019,
Auckland, New Zealand]

1377

Rapid identification of human adenovirus types 3 and 7 from


respiratory specimens via multiplex type-specific PCR

Lee J.A., Kim N.H., Kim S.J., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol. 43/11
(5509-5514), 2005 [H.J. Lee, Department of Pediatrics, Seoul
National University Childrens Hospital, 28 Yongon- dong,
Chongno- gu, Seoul 110- 744, South Korea]

1378

Evaluation of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays, an


immunofluorescent- antibody test, and two rapid tests
(immunochromatographic-dipstick and gel tests) for serological
diagnosis of symptomatic and asymptomatic Leishmania infections
in dogs

Mettler M., Grimm F., Capelli G., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol. 43/11
(5515-5519), 2005 [P. Deplazes, Institute of Parasitology, University
of Zurich, Winterthurerstr 266a, CH- 8057 Zurich, Switzerland]

1379

Epidemiological survey of human metapneumovirus infection in a


large pediatric tertiary care center

Chano F., Rousseau C., Laferri`ere C., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.


43/11 (5520-5525), 2005 [H. Charest, Laboratoire de
Sante Publique du Quebec, 20045 Chemin Ste- Marie, S.- Anne- deBellevue, Que. H9X 3R5, Canada]

1380

Multicenter evaluation of BBL CHROMagar MRSA medium for


Flayhart D., Hindler J.F., Bruckner D.A., et al.; J. Clin.
direct detection of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus from Microbiol. 43/11 (5536-5540), 2005 [D. Flayhart, Division of
surveillance cultures of the anterior nares
Medical Microbiology, Meyer B1- 193, Johns Hopkins Hospital,
600 N. Wolfe St., Baltimore, MD 21287, United States]

1381

New criteria for immunofluorescence assay for Q fever diagnosis in


Japan

Setiyono A., Ogawa M., Cai Y., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol. 43/11
(5555-5559), 2005 [M. Ogawa, Laboratory of Rickettsia and
Chlamydia, Department of Virology I, National Institute of
Infectious Diseases, 1- 23- 1 Toyama, Shinjuku- Ku, Tokyo 1628640, Japan]

1382

Quantitative nucleic acid sequence-based assay as a new molecular


Van Der Meide W.F., Schoone G.J., Faber W.R., et al.; J. Clin.
tool for detection and quantification of Leishmania parasites in skin Microbiol. 43/11 (5560-5566), 2005 [W.F. Van Der Meide,
biopsy samples
Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen, Royal Tropical Institute, KIT
Biomedical Research, Meibergdreef 39, 1105 AZ Amsterdam,
Netherlands]

1383

TaqMan real-time reverse transcription-PCR and JDVp26 antigen


capture enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay to quantify Jembrana
disease virus load during the acute phase of in vivo infection

Stewart M., Desport M., Hartaningsih N., Wilcox G.; J. Clin.


Microbiol. 43/11 (5574-5580), 2005 [M. Desport, School of
Veterinary and Biomedical Science, Murdoch University, South St.,
Murdoch, WA 6150, Australia]

1384

PCR analysis of Egyptian respiratory adenovirus isolates, including


identification of species, serotypes, and coinfections

Metzgar D., Osuna M., Yingst S., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol. 43/11
(5743-5752), 2005 [D. Metzgar, Naval Health Research Center, P.O.
Box 85122, San Diego, CA 92186- 5122, United States]

1385

Polymer-bound 6 sialyl-N-acetyllactosamine protects mice infected


by influenza virus

Gambaryan A.S., Boravleva E.Y., Matrosovich T.Y., et al.;


Antiviral Res. 68/3 (116-123), 2005 [N.V. Bovin, Shemyakin
Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Miklukho- Maklaya, 16/10, 117997 Moscow, Russian Federation]

1386

Current concepts in travelers diarrhea: Epidemiology, antimicrobial


resistance and treatment

Okhuysen P.C.; Curr. Opin. Infect. Dis. 18/6 (522-526), 2005 [Dr.
P.C. Okhuysen, Department of Medicine, University of Texas
Health Science Center, Houston Medical School, 6431 Fannin,
Houston, TX 77030, United States]

1387

Comparative sequence analysis of the large polymerase protein (L)


gene of peste-des-petits ruminants (PPR) vaccine virus of Indian
origin

Muthuchelvan D., Sanyal A., Singh R.P., et al.; Arch. Virol.


150/12 (2467-2481), 2005 [S.K. Bandyopadhyay, Animal
Husbandry Commissioner, 234A, Krishi Bhavan, New Delhi- 110
001, India]

1388

See also:
Hemagglutinin B is involved in the adherence of Porphyromonas gingivalis to human coronary artery endothelial cells 1173
Effects of ploidy and mating type on virulence of Candida albicans 1174
Impact of rapid detection of viral and atypical bacterial pathogens by real-time polymerase chain reaction for patients with lower respiratory tract infection 1742
Rapid detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in respiratory samples by transcription-reverse transcription concerted reaction with an automated system 1759
Comparison of real-time PCR protocols for differential laboratory diagnosis of amebiasis 1760
Analysis of the effect of DNA purification on detection of human papillomavirus in oral rinse samples by PCR 1761
Automated extraction of viral-pathogen RNA and DNA for high-throughput quantitative real-time PCR 1762
Analytical verification of a PCR assay for identification of Bordetella avium 1763
Direct detection and identification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis in bovine samples by a novel nested PCR assay: Correlation with conventional
techniques 1770
Rapid detection and differentiation of Newcastle disease virus by real-time PCR with melting-curve analysis 1787
Comparative sequence analysis of the eastern equine encephalitis virus pathogenic strains FL91-4679 and GA97 to other north American strains 1790
Preliminary application of rep-PCR in epidemiological research of extended spetrum -lactamase (ESBL) + Escherichia coli 1800

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9.2. Diseases of Invertebrates


Natural infections caused by the fungus Bauveria bassiana as a
pathogen of Musca domesticain the neotropic

Siri A., Scorsetti A.C., Dikgolz V.E., Lopez Lastra C.C.L.;


BioControl 50/6 (937-940), 2005 [C.C.L. Lopez Lastra, Centro de
Estudios Parasitologicos Y de Vectores, Calle 2 N 584, (1900), La
Plata, Argentina]

1389

Resistance of hepatitis A virus in mussels subjected to different


domestic cookings

Croci L., De Medici D., Di Pasquale S., Toti L.; Int. J. Food
Microbiol. 105/2 (139-144), 2005 [L. Croci, Istituto Superiore di
Sanit`a, Centro Nazionale Per la Qualit`a degli Alimenti Ed I Rischi
Alimentari, Viale Regina Elena, 299, 00161, Rome, Italy]

1390

See also:
Isolation and identification of strain B2817 with cytotoxic activity in sponge 939
Spiroplasma leucomae sp. nov., isolated in Poland from white satin moth (Leucoma salicis L.) larvae 1651
Concurrent infection with WSSV and MBV in Tiger prawn, Penaeus monodon (Fabricious) in West Bengal and their detection using PCR and DNA Dot-blot hybridization
technique 1779
Characterization of a late expression gene, Open reading frame 128 of Helicoverpa armigera single nucleocapsid nucleopolyhedrovirus 1789
Effect of phenolic compounds on the in vitro growth of two fungi associated with Ips typographus 1817

9.3. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms


Immunoreactive antigens of the outer membrane protein of
Aeromonas hydrophila, isolated from goldfish, Carassius auratus
(Linn.)

Maji S., Mali P., Joardar S.N.; Fish Shellfish Immunol. 20/4
(462-473), 2006 [S.N. Joardar, Department of Fishery Pathology
and Microbiology, West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery
Sciences, Mohanpur Campus, West Bengal 741252, India]

1391

In vitro effects of staphylococcal leukocidin LukE/LukD on the


proliferative ability of lymphocytes isolated from common carp
(Cyprinus carpio L.)

Bownik A.; Fish Shellfish Immunol. 20/4 (656-659), 2006 [A.


Bownik, Department of Physiology and Toxicology, Catholic
University of Lublin, 4 Norwida Str., 20- 061 Lublin, Poland]

1392

Infectious pancreatic necrosis in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L.

Roberts R.J., Pearson M.D.; J. Fish Dis. 28/7 (383-390), 2005


[R.J. Roberts, University of Idaho, Hagerman Laboratory, 3059F
Fish Hatchery Road, Hagerman, ID 83332, United States]

1393

Virulence factors and pathogenicity of Hafnia alvei for gilthead


seabream, Sparus aurata L.

Padilla D., Real F., Gomez V., et al.; J. Fish Dis. 28/7 (411-417),
2005 [D. Padilla, Department of Animal Pathology, Veterinary
Faculty, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Trasmontana
s/n, 35416, Arucas, Spain]

1394

Gene cloning and functional analysis of


glycosaminoglycan-degrading enzyme chondroitin AC lyase from
Flavobacterium columnare G4

Xie H.X., Nie P., Chang M.X., et al.; Arch. Microbiol. 184/1
(49-55), 2005 [P. Nie, State Key Laboratory of Freshwater Ecology
and Biotechnology, Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of
Sciences, Wuhan, Hubei Province, 430072, China]

1395

Partial characterization of a novel bacteriophage of Vibrio harveyi


isolated from shrimp culture ponds in Thailand

Pasharawipas T., Thaikua S., Sriurairatana S., et al.; Virus Res.


114/1-2 (63-69), 2005 [T.W. Flegel, Center of Excellence for
Shrimp Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (Centex Shrimp),
Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Bangkok 10400, Thailand]

1396

9.5. Economically Important Diseases of Livestock


Analysis of the contribution of Salmonella pathogenicity islands 1
and 2 to enteric disease progression using a novel bovine ileal loop
model and a murine model of infectious enterocolitis

Coombes B.K., Coburn B.A., Potter A.A., et al.; Infect. Immun.


73/11 (7161-7169), 2005 [B. Finlay, Michael Smith Laboratories,
301- 2185 East Mall, University of British Columbia, Vancouver,
BC V6T 1Z4, Canada]

1397

Genetic diversity of Anaplasma marginale strains from cattle farms in


the province of Palermo, Sicily

De La Fuente J., Torina A., Naranjo V., et al.; J. Vet. Med. Ser. B
Infect. Dis. Vet. Public Health 52/5 (226-229), 2005 [J. De La
Fuente, Department of Veterinary Pathobiology, Center for
Veterinary Health Sciences, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater,
OK 74078, United States]

1398

A national surveillance of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli in


food-producing animals in Japan

Kijima- Tanaka M., Ishihara K., Kojima A., et al.; J. Vet. Med.
Ser. B Infect. Dis. Vet. Public Health 52/5 (230-237), 2005 [M.
Kijima- Tanaka, National Veterinary Assay Laboratory, Tokyo, 1858511, Japan]

1399

Fluoroquinolone-resistant Escherichia coli isolated from healthy


Moniri R., Dastehgoli K.; Microb. Ecol. Health Dis. 17/2 (69-74),
broilers with previous exposure to fluoroquinolones: Is there a link? 2005 [Dr. R. Moniri, Department of Microbiology and
Immunology, Kashan University of Medical Sciences and Health
Services, PO Box 87155.111, Kashan 87154, Iran]

1400

Campylobacter coli in swine production: Antimicrobial resistance


mechanisms and molecular epidemiology

Thakur S., Gebreyes W.A.; J. Clin. Microbiol. 43/11 (5705-5714),


2005 [W.A. Gebreyes, Department of Population Health and
Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State
University, 4700 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC 27606, United
States]

1401

Variation in the spike protein of the 793/B type of infectious


bronchitis virus, in the field and during alternate passage in
chickens and embryonated eggs

Cavanagh D., Picault J.- P., Gough R.E., et al.; Avian Pathol.
34/1 (20-25+1-2), 2005 [D. Cavanagh, Institute for Animal Health,
Compton Laboratory, Compton, Newbury RG20 7NN, United
Kingdom]

1402

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See also:
Prevalence of pigs infected by Salmonella Typhimurium at slaughter after an enterocolitis outbreak 1482
Serological status for N. caninum, bovine viral diarrhea virus, and infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus at pregnancy testing and reproductive performance in beef herds 1737
Molecular epidemiology of African swine fever in East Africa 1788

9.6. Plant Pathology


Viral pathogens and diseases
Genetic diversity and mixed infections of begomoviruses infecting
tomato, pepper and cucurbit crops in Nicaragua

Ala- Poikela M., Svensson E., Rojas A., et al.; Plant Pathol. 54/4
(448-459), 2005 [A. Kvarnheden, Department of Plant Biology and
Forest Genetics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
(SLU), PO Box 7080, SE- 750 07 Uppsala, Sweden]

1403

Identification and partial characterisation of Lettuce big-vein


associated virus and Mirafiori lettuce big-vein virus in common
weeds found amongst Spanish lettuce crops and their role in lettuce
big-vein disease transmission

Navarro J.A., Botella F., Marhuenda A., et al.; Eur. J. Plant


Pathol. 113/1 (25-34), 2005 [V. Pallas, UPV- CSIC, Instituto de
Biologa Molecular Y Celular de Plantas (IBMCP), Avda. dels
Tarongers, s/n, 46022, Valencia, Spain]

1404

Sampling for the incidence of aphid-transmitted viruses in snap bean

Shah D.A., Dillard H.R., Nault B.A.; Phytopathology 95/12


(1405-1411), 2005 [D.A. Shah, Department of Plant Pathology,
New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 630 W. North St.,
Geneva 14456]

1405

The effect of cassava mosaic geminiviruses on symptom severity,


growth and root yield of a cassava mosaic virus disease-susceptible
cultivar in Uganda

Owor B., Legg J.P., Okao- Okuja G., et al.; Ann. App. Biol.
145/3 (331-337), 2004 [J.P. Legg, International Institute of Tropical
Agriculture, Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Centre, P O Box
7878, Kampala, Uganda]

1406

Analysing spatial patterns of spread of Lettuce necrotic yellows virus


and lettuce big-vein disease in lettuce field plantings

Coutts B.A., Thomas- Carroll M.L., Jones R.A.C.; Ann. App.


Biol. 145/3 (339-343), 2004 [R.A.C. Jones, Plant Pathology
Section, Department of Agriculture, Locked Bag No. 4, Bentley
Delivery Centre, WA 6983, Australia]

1407

Occurrence and distribution of cassava begomoviruses in Kenya

Were H.K., Winter S., Maiss E.; Ann. App. Biol. 145/2 (175-184),
2004 [S. Winter, DSMZ Plant Virus Division c/o BBA, Messeweg
11/12, 38104 Braunschweig, Germany]

1408

Studies on the physiological effects of viruses on sweet potato yield in Njeru R.W., Mburu M.W.K., Cheramgoi E., et al.; Ann. App.
Kenya
Biol. 145/1 (71-76), 2004 [R.W. Gibson, Natural Resources
Institute, University of Greenwich, Central Avenue, Chatham
Maritime, Kent, ME4 4TB, United Kingdom]

1409

The cassava mosaic geminiviruses occurring in Uganda following the


1990s epidemic of severe cassava mosaic disease

Sseruwagi P., Rey M.E.C., Brown J.K., Legg J.P.; Ann. App.
Biol. 145/1 (113-121), 2004 [P. Sseruwagi, International Institute of
Tropical Agriculture, Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Centre,
P O Box 7878, Kampala, Uganda]

1410

Identification and distribution of viruses infecting sweet potato in


Kenya

Ateka E.M., Njeru R.W., Kibaru A.G., et al.; Ann. App. Biol.
144/3 (371-379), 2004 [R.W. Gibson, Natural Resources Institute,
University of Greenwich, Central Avenue, Chatham Maritime, Kent,
ME4 4TB, United Kingdom]

1411

See also:
Immunodiagnosis of groundnut and watermelon bud necrosis viruses using polyclonal antiserum to recombinant nucleocapsid protein of Groundnut bud necrosis virus 1736
Production of monoclonal antibodies to Tomato leaf curl Bangalore virus 1740

Bacterial pathogens and diseases


Molecular genetics of Erwinia amylovora involved in the
development of fire blight

Oh C.- S., Beer S.V.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 253/2 (185-192),


2005 [S.V. Beer, Department of Plant Pathology, Cornell University,
334 Plant Science Building, Ithaca, NY 14853, United States]

1412

Identification of Erwinia amylovora genes induced during infection of Zhao Y., Blumer S.E., Sundin G.W.; J. Bacteriol. 187/23
immature pear tissue
(8088-8103), 2005 [G.W. Sundin, Department of Plant Pathology,
Center for Microbial Pathogenesis, Michigan State University, East
Lansing, MI 48824, United States]

1413

Analysis of aggressiveness of Erwinia amylovora using disease-dose


and time relationships

1414

Cabrefiga J., Montesinos E.; Phytopathology 95/12 (1430-1437),


2005 [E. Montesinos, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Technology- CIDSAV- CeRTA, University of Girona, Campus
Montilivi, 17071, Girona, Spain]

See also:
Pyramiding unmarked deletions in Ralstonia solanacearum shows that secreted proteins in addition to plant cell-wall-degrading enzymes contribute to virulence 1190

Fungal pathogens and diseases


Genotypic and phenotypic diversity in Colletotrichum acutatum, a
cosmopolitan pathogen causing anthracnose on a wide range of
hosts

Sreenivasaprasad S., Talhinhas P.; Mol. Plant Pathol. 6/4


(361-378), 2005 [S. Sreenivasaprasad, Warwick HRI, University of
Warwick, Wellesbourne, Warwickshire CV35 9EF, United
Kingdom]

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Conifer root and butt rot caused by Heterobasidion annosum (Fr.)


Bref. s.l.

Asiegbu F.O., Adomas A., Stenlid J.; Mol. Plant Pathol. 6/4
(395-409), 2005 [F.O. Asiegbu, Department of Forest Mycology and
Pathology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Box 7026,
750 07 Uppsala, Sweden]

1416

Differentiating the two closely related species, Phellinus weirii and P.


sulphurascens

Lim Y.W., Yeung Y.C.A., Sturrock R., et al.; For. Pathol. 35/4
(305-314), 2005 [Y.W. Lim, Department of Wood Science,
University of British Columbia, 2424 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC
V6T 1Z4, Canada]

1417

The role of Spulerina simploniella in the spread of chestnut blight

Diamandis S., Perlerou C.; For. Pathol. 35/4 (315-320), 2005 [S.
Diamandis, NAGREF, Forest Research Institute, 570 06 Vassilika,
Thessaloniki, Greece]

1418

Local and systemic resistance against fungal pathogens of tomato


plants elicited by a compost derived from agricultural residues

Kavroulakis N., Ehaliotis C., Ntougias S., et al.; Physiol. Mol.


Plant. Pathol. 66/5 (163-174), 2005 [K.K. Papadopoulou, Institute
of Environmental Biotechnology, National Agricultural Research
Foundation, Lakonikis 87, 24100 Kalamata, Greece]

1419

Spatial and temporal expression analysis of defense-related genes in


soybean cultivars with different levels of partial resistance to
Phytophthora sojae

Vega- Sanchez M.E., Redinbaugh M.G., Costanzo S., Dorrance


A.E.; Physiol. Mol. Plant. Pathol. 66/5 (175-182), 2005 [A.E.
Dorrance, Department of Plant Pathology, Ohio Agricultural
Research and Development Center, Ohio State University, 1680
Madison Avenue, Wooster, OH 44691, United States]

1420

Symptomless infection of tomato plants by tomatinase producing


Fusarium oxysporum formae speciales nonpathogenic on tomato
plants

Ito S.- I., Nagata A., Kai T., et al.; Physiol. Mol. Plant. Pathol.
66/5 (183-191), 2005 [S.- I. Ito, Department of Biological and
Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, Yamaguchi
University, 1677- 1 Yoshida, Yamaguchi 753- 8515, Japan]

1421

Isolation and analysis of candidate ascochyta blight defence genes in


chickpea. Part I. Generation and analysis of an expressed sequence
tag (EST) library

Coram T.E., Pang E.C.K.; Physiol. Mol. Plant. Pathol. 66/5


(192-200), 2005 [T.E. Coram, School of Applied Sciences,
Biotechnology and Environmental Biology, RMIT University,
Building 223, Plenty Road, Bundoora, Vic. 3083, Australia]

1422

Isolation and analysis of candidate ascochyta blight defence genes in


chickpea. Part II. Microarray expression analysis of putative
defence-related ESTs

Coram T.E., Pang E.C.K.; Physiol. Mol. Plant. Pathol. 66/5


(201-210), 2005 [T.E. Coram, School of Applied Sciences,
Biotechnology and Environmental Biology, RMIT University,
Building 223, Plenty Road, Bundoora, Vic. 3083, Australia]

1423

NEP1 orthologs encoding necrosis and ethylene inducing proteins


exist as a multigene family in Phytophthora megakarya, causal
agent of black pod disease on cacao

Bae H., Bowers J.H., Tooley P.W., Bailey B.A.; Mycol. Res.
109/12 (1373-1385), 2005 [H. Bae, Plant Sciences Institute,
Sustainable Perennial Crops Laboratory, Beltsville Agricultural
Research Center- West, Beltsville, MD 20705, United States]

1424

Pythium phragmitis sp. nov., a new species close to P. arrhenomanes


as a pathogen of common reed (Phragmites australis)

Nechwatal J., Wielgoss A., Mendgen K.; Mycol. Res. 109/12


(1337-1346), 2005 [J. Nechwatal, Universitat Konstanz,
Phytopathologie, D- 78457 Konstanz, Germany]

1425

Discovery of the Eucalyptus canker pathogen Chrysoporthe cubensis


on native Miconia (Melastomataceae) in Colombia

Rodas C.A., Gryzenhout M., Myburg H., et al.; Plant Pathol.


54/4 (460-470), 2005 [M. Gryzenhout, Department of Microbiology
and Plant Pathology, Forestry and Agricultural Biotechnology
Institute (FABI), University of Pretoria, Pretoria, 0002, South
Africa]

1426

Importance of secondary inoculum of Plasmopara viticola to


epidemics of grapevine downy mildew

Gobbin D., Jermini M., Loskill B., et al.; Plant Pathol. 54/4
(522-534), 2005 [D. Gobbin, Phytomedicine/Pathology, Institute of
Plant Sciences Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Universitatstrasse 2, 8092 Zurich, Switzerland]

1427

Susceptibility of grapevine buds to infection by powdery mildew


Erysiphe necator

Rumbolz J., Gubler W.D.; Plant Pathol. 54/4 (535-548), 2005 [J.
Rumbolz, c/o GAB Consulting GmbH, Hinter den Hofen 24, D21769 Lamstedt, Germany]

1428

Correlation of molecular markers and biological properties in


Verticillium dahliae and the possible origins of some isolates

Collins A., Mercado- Blanco J., Jimenez- Daz R.M., et al.; Plant
Pathol. 54/4 (549-557), 2005 [D.J. Barbara, Warwick HRI,
Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, CV35 9EF, United Kingdom]

1429

Leaf and stem spot of Alternanthera philoxeroides (alligatorweed) in


Australia caused by Nimbya sp.

Gilbert R.L., Auld B.A., Hennecke B.R.; Plant Pathol. 54/4 (585),
2005 [R.L. Gilbert, NSW Department of Primary Industries, Orange
Agricultural Institute, Forest Road, Orange, NSW 2800, Australia]

1430

A host-specific toxin of Rhizoctonia solani triggers superoxide


dismutase (SOD) activity in rice

Paranidharan V., Palaniswami A., Vidhyasekaran P.,


Velazhahan R.; Arch. Phytopathol. Plant Prot. 38/2 (151-156),
2005 [V. Paranidharan, Department of Plant Pathology, Tamil Nadu
Agricultural University, Coimbatore 641003, India]

1431

Distribution of mating types and diversity in virulence of Didymella


rabiei in Israel

Lichtenzveig J., Gamliel E., Frenkel O., et al.; Eur. J. Plant


Pathol. 113/1 (15-24), 2005 [D. Shtienberg, Department of Plant
Pathology, Agricultural Research Organization, Volcani Center, P.O.
Box 6, Bet Dagan, 50250, Israel]

1432

Amylopectin induces fumonisin B1 production by Fusarium


verticillioides during colonization of maize kernels

Bluhm B.H., Woloshuk C.P.; Mol. Plant-Microbe Interact. 18/12


(1333-1339), 2005 [C.P. Woloshuk, Department of Botany and Plant
Pathology, Purdue University, 915 W. State Street, West Lafayette,
IN 47907, United States]

1433

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Factors influencing development of root rot on ginseng caused by


Cylindrocarpon destructans

Rahman M., Punja Z.K.; Phytopathology 95/12 (1381-1390),


2005 [Z.K. Punja, Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser
University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6, Canada]

1434

Development of crown and root rot disease of tomato under irrigation


with saline water

Triky- Dotan S., Yermiyahu U., Katan J., Gamliel A.;


Phytopathology 95/12 (1438-1444), 2005 [A. Gamliel, Laboratory
for Pest Management Research, Institute of Agricultural
Engineering, Volcani Center, P.O. Box 6, Bet Dagan 50250, Israel]

1435

Pathogenicity and in planta mycotoxin accumulation among members


of the Fusarium graminearum species complex on wheat and rice

Goswami R.S., Kistler H.C.; Phytopathology 95/12 (1397-1404),


2005 [H.C. Kistler, Department of Plant Pathology, University of
Minnesota, St. Paul 55108]

1436

See also:
Small proteins of plant-pathogenic fungi secreted during host colonization 1178
Candidatus Phytoplasma graminis and Candidatus Phytoplasma caricae, two novel phytoplasmas associated with diseases of sugarcane, weeds and papaya in Cuba 1652
Cladosporium fulvum (syn. Passalora fulva), a highly specialized plant pathogen as a model for functional studies on plant pathogenic Mycosphaerellaceae 1677
Botryosphaeria species from Eucalyptus in Australia are pleoanamorphic, producing Dichomera synanamorphs in culture 1687
Genetic variation among isolates of Alternaria spp. from select Egyptian crops 1722
Direct genotyping of the poplar leaf rust fungus, Melampsora medusae f. sp. deltoidae, using codominant PCR-SSCP markers 1745
Molecular identification of fungi isolated from stem tissue of Upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) 1775
Development of PCR-based detection methods for the quarantine phytopathogen Synchytrium endobioticum, causal agent of potato wart disease 1795
High genetic diversity among strains of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum from cotton in Ivory Coast 1798
Use of quantitative molecular diagnostic assays to investigate Fusarium dry rot in potato stocks and soil 1799

9.7. Biological Control


See:
Screening of antimicrobial activities in Trichoderma isolates representing three Trichoderma sections 946
Melding ecology, classical weed biocontrol, and plant microbial ecology can inform improved practices in controlling invasive plant species 1538

Viral systems
Fast accumulation of few polyhedra mutants during passage of a
Spodoptera frugiperda multicapsid nucleopolyhedrovirus
(Baculoviridae) in Sf9 cell cultures

Da Silva Pedrini M.R., Wolff J.L.C., Reid S.; Ann. App. Biol.
145/1 (107-112), 2004 [M.R. Da Silva Pedrini, Programa de Pos
Graduaca o em Engenharia Qumica, Universidade Federal do Rio
Grande do Norte, Natal, RN, Brazil]

1437

See also:
Marine viruses - A new and promising tool for red-tide control 1592
RT-PCR-based detection of six garlic viruses and their phylogenetic relationships 1729

Bacterial systems
Development of bioformulations of antagonistic bacteria for the
management of damping off of Chilli (Capsicum annuum L)

Kavitha K., Mathiyazhagan S., Senthilvel V., et al.; Arch.


Phytopathol. Plant Prot. 38/1 (19-30), 2005 [K. Kavitha,
Department of Plant Pathology, Centre for Plant Protection Studies,
Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore- 641 003, Tamil
Nadu, India]

1438

Broad spectrum action of phenazine against active and dormant


structures of fungal pathogens and root knot nematode

Kavitha K., Mathiyazhagan S., Sendhilvel V., et al.; Arch.


Phytopathol. Plant Prot. 38/1 (69-76), 2005 [K. Kavitha,
Department of Plant Pathology, Centre for Plant Protection Studies,
Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore- 641 003, Tamil
Nadu, India]

1439

Activity of Bacillus thuringiensis against Locusta migratoria


manilensis (Chin)

Song L., Gao M., Dai S., Peng K.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol.
11/5 (592-594), 2005 [M. Gao, Wuhan Institute of Virology,
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan 430071, China]

1440

Biological control of phytopathogenic fungi by Bacillus


amyloliquefaciens 7079; suppression rates are better than popular
chemical fungicides

Chung S., Kim S.- D.; J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 15/5 (1011-1021),


2005 [S.- D. Kim, Research Institute of Biotechnology, Yeungnam
University, Gyeongsan 712- 749 Gyeongbook, South Korea]

1441

Quantitative changes of plant defense enzymes in biocontrol of


pepper (Capsicium annuum L.) late blight by antagonistic Bacillus
subtilis HJ927

Lee H.- J., Park K.- H., Shim J.- H., et al.; J. Microbiol.
Biotechnol. 15/5 (1073-1079), 2005 [K.- Y. Kim, Glucosamine
Saccharide Materials Laboratory (NRL), Division of Applied
Bioscience and Biotechnology, Chonnam National University,
Gwangju 500- 757, South Korea]

1442

See also:
An antifungal antibiotic purified from Bacillus megaterium KL39, a biocontrol agent of red-pepper Phytophthora-blight disease 1210
Three small RNAs jointly ensure secondary metabolism and biocontrol in Pseudomonas fluorescens CHA0 1215
The influence of Bacillus subtilis RB14-C on the development of Rhizoctonia solani and indigenous microorganisms in the soil 1326

Fungal systems
Design and evaluation of a grapevine pruner for biofungicide
application

Ho M.A., Squire L.M., Sabeh N.C., et al.; Bioresour. Technol.


96/8 (963-968), 2005 [J.S. VanderGheynst, Department of
Biological and Agricultural Engineering, University of California at
Davis, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616, United States]

1443

Multi-seasonal field release and spermatization trials of transgenic


hypovirulent strains of Cryphonectria parasitica containing cDNA
copies of hypovirus CHV1-EP713

Root C., Balbalian C., Bierman R., et al.; For. Pathol. 35/4
(277-297), 2005 [C. Root, Center for Biosystems Research,
University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute, College Park, MD
20742- 4450, United States]

1444

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Isarfelin, a peptide with antifungal and insecticidal activities from
Isaria felina

Guo Y.X., Liu Q.H., Ng T.B., Wang H.X.; Peptides 26/12


(2384-2391), 2005 [H.X. Wang, Department of Microbiology,
China Agricultural University, State Key Laboratory for
Agrobiotechnology, Beijing, China]

103
1445

10. MICRO-ORGANISMS AFFECTING HUMAN AND ANIMAL HEALTH


See:
Respiratory protection provided by N95 filtering facepiece respirators against airborne dust and microorganisms in agricultural farms 1534

10.1. Water Quality and Sanitation


Acceptability of solar disinfection of drinking water treatment in
Kathmandu Valley, Nepal

Rainey R.C., Harding A.K.; Int. J. Environ. Health Res. 15/5


(361-372), 2005 [Dr. A.K. Harding, Department of Public Health,
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331, United States]

1446

Enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157 in coastal environment of


Alexandria, Egypt

El- Shenawy M.A., El- Shenawy M.; Microb. Ecol. Health Dis.
17/2 (103-106), 2005 [M.A. El- Shenawy, National Research
Center, Dokki - Cairo 12311, Egypt]

1447

Genetic programming for analysis and real-time prediction of coastal


algal blooms

Muttil N., Lee J.H.W.; Ecol. Model. 189/3-4 (363-376), 2005


[J.H.W. Lee, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Hong
Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong, Hong Kong]

1448

An electrochemical RNA hybridization assay for detection of the


fecal indicator bacterium Escherichia coli

LaGier M.J., Scholin C.A., Fell J.W., et al.; Mar. Pollut. Bull.
50/11 (1251-1261), 2005 [M.J. LaGier, NOAA, AOML, Ocean
Chemistry Division, 4301 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL
33149, United States]

1449

Pilot plant study for one year: Water quality management and algal
control of sustainable urban stormwater ponds

Scholz M.; Int. J. Water 2/4 (312-330), 2004 [Dr. M. Scholz,


College of Science and Engineering, University of Edinburgh,
Faraday Building, Edinburgh EH9 3JL, United Kingdom]

1450

Microbial characterization and population changes in nonpotable


reclaimed water distribution systems

Ryu H., Alum A., Abbaszadegan M.; Environ. Sci. Technol.


39/22 (8600-8605), 2005 [M. Abbaszadegan, National Science
Foundation Water Quality Center, Department of Civil and
Environmental Engineering, Arizona State University, P.O. Box
875306, Tempe, AZ 85287- 5306, United States]

1451

Microbial community structure and trichloroethylene degradation in


groundwater

Humphries J.A., Ashe A.M.H., Smiley J.A., Johnston C.G.; Can.


J. Microbiol. 51/6 (433-439), 2005 [C.G. Johnston, Department of
Biological Sciences, Youngstown State University, Youngstown,
OH 44555, United States]

1452

Occurrence of antibiotic resistance in Escherichia coli from surface


waters and fecal pollution sources near Hamilton, Ontario

Edge T.A., Hill S.; Can. J. Microbiol. 51/6 (501-505), 2005 [T.A.
Edge, National Water Research Institute, Environment Canada, 867
Lakeshore Road, Burlington, Ont. L7R 4A6, Canada]

1453

Wind-induced modulation of seasonal phytoplankton blooms in the


North Atlantic derived from satellite observations

Ueyama R., Monger B.C.; Limnol. Oceanogr. 50/6 (1820-1829),


2005 [R. Ueyama, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University
of Washington, Box 351640, Seattle, WA 98195, United States]

1454

See also:
Occurrence of Cryptosporidium and Giardia in irrigation water and its impact on the fresh produce industry 1564
Long-term and short-term inducible effects of trifluralin on Escherichia coli and Enterococcus faecalis 1568
The evolution and termination of an iron-induced mesoscale bloom in the northeast subarctic Pacific 1597
Real-time quantitative PCR for enteric adenovirus serotype 40 in environmental waters 1747
Evaluation of quantitative real time PCR for the measurement of Helicobacter pylori at low concentrations in drinking water 1758
Development of polymerase chain reaction and fluorescent in situ hybridisation techniques for the detection of a bacterial strain that degrades the cyanobacterial toxin microcystin
LR 1792

10.2. Water and Environmentally Transmitted Diseases


See:
Application of a direct fluorescence-based live/dead staining combined with fluorescence in situ hybridization for assessment of survival rate of Bacteroides spp. in drinking
water 1682

10.3. Food Microbiology


Use of pulsed-field gel electrophoresis to characterize the genetic
diversity and clonal persistence of Salmonella senftenberg in
mussel processing facilities

Martinez- Urtaza J., Liebana E.; Int. J. Food Microbiol. 105/2


(153-163), 2005 [J. Martinez- Urtaza, Instituto de Acuicultura,
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Campus Universitario Sur,
15782 Santiago de Compostela, Spain]

1455

Stochastic modelling of individual cell growth using flow chamber


microscopy images

Kutalik Z., Razaz M., Elfwing A., et al.; Int. J. Food Microbiol.
105/2 (177-190), 2005 [Z. Kutalik, Institute of Food Research,
Norwich Research Park, Colney, Norwich NR4 7UA, United
Kingdom]

1456

Phenotypic and genotypic comparisons reveal a broad distribution and Thaenthanee S., Lee Wong A.C., Panbangred W.; Int. J. Food
Microbiol. 105/2 (203-212), 2005 [W. Panbangred, Department of
heterogeneity of hemolysin BL genes among Bacillus cereus
isolates
Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Rama VI
Rd, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand]

1457

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Spoilage and contamination

Microbiology and nutritional composition of an edible larva (Bunaea


Alcinoe stoll) of the Niger Delta

Amadi E.N., Ogbalu O.K., Barimalaa I.S., Pius M.; J. Food Saf.
25/3 (193-197), 2005 [E.N. Amadi, Department of Applied and
Environmental Biology, Rivers State University of Science and
Technology, Nkpolu- Oroworukwo, Port Harcourt, Nigeria]

1458

Evaluation of attachment and penetration abilities of Campylobacter


jejuni isolates obtained from humans and chicken carcasses during
processing and at retail

Gilbert C.D., Slavik M.F.; J. Food Saf. 25/3 (209-223), 2005 [C.D.
Gilbert, Department of Biology, University of Louisiana at Monroe,
700 University Blvd., Garrett 101, Monroe, LA 71209- 0520,
United States]

1459

Macrolide and lincosamide resistance genes of environmental


streptococci from bovine milk

Loch I.M., Glenn K., Zadoks R.N.; Vet. Microbiol. 111/1-2


(133-138), 2005 [R.N. Zadoks, Quality Milk Production Services,
22 Thornwood Drive, Ithaca, NY 14850- 1263, United States]

1460

Prevalence and diversity of Clostridium botulinum types A, B, E and


F in honey produced in the Nordic countries

Nevas M., Lindstrom M., Hautamaki K., et al.; Int. J. Food


Microbiol. 105/2 (145-151), 2005 [M. Nevas, Department of Food
and Environmental Hygiene, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,
University of Helsinki, P.O. Box 66, 00014 Helsinki, Finland]

1461

A risk microbiological profile of the Australian red meat industry:


Risk ratings of hazard-product pairings

Sumner J., Ross T., Jenson I., Pointon A.; Int. J. Food Microbiol.
105/2 (221-232), 2005 [J. Sumner, Meat and Livestock Australia,
Locked Bag 991, North Sydney, NSW 2059, Australia]

1462

Development and application of oligonucleotide probes for in situ


detection of thermotolerant Campylobacter in chicken faecal and
liver samples

Schmid M.W., Lehner A., Stephan R., et al.; Int. J. Food


Microbiol. 105/2 (245-255), 2005 [A. Lehner, Institut fur
Lebensmittelsicherheit und - Hygiene, Universitat Zurich,
Winterthurerstrasse 272, CH- 8057, Zurich, Switzerland]

1463

Predictive modelling of growth and measurement of enzymatic


synthesis and activity by a cocktail of selected Enterobacteriaceae
and Aeromonas hydrophila

Braun P., Sutherland J.P.; Int. J. Food Microbiol. 105/2


(257-266), 2005 [P. Braun, Institut fur Lebensmittelhygiene, Leipzig
University, An den Tierkliniken 1, D- 04103 Leipzig, Germany]

1464

Methods for recovering Escherichia coli O157:H7 from cattle fecal,


hide, and carcass samples: Sensitivity and improvements

Barkocy- Gallagher G.A., Edwards K.K., Nou X., et al.; J. Food


Protection 68/11 (2264-2268), 2005 [M. Koohmaraie, U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Roman
L. Hruska U.S. Meat Animal Research Center, Clay Center, NE
68933- 0166, United States]

1465

Biofilm formation, extracellular polysaccharide production, and


cell-to-cell signaling in various Enterobacter sakazakii strains:
Aspects promoting environmental persistence

Lehner A., Riedel K., Eberl L., et al.; J. Food Protection 68/11
(2287-2294), 2005 [R. Stephan, Institute for Food Safety and
Hygiene, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich, CH- 8057 Zurich,
Switzerland]

1466

Quantifying the robustness of a broth-based Escherichia coli


O157:H7 growth model in ground beef

Campos D.T., Marks B.P., Powell M.R., Tamplin M.L.; J. Food


Protection 68/11 (2301-2309), 2005 [B.P. Marks, Department of
Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, Michigan State
University, East Lansing, MI 48824, United States]

1467

Quantifying the robustness of a broth-based model for predicting


Listeria monocytogenes growth in meat and poultry products

Martino K.G., Marks B.P., Campos D.T., Tamplin M.L.; J. Food


Protection 68/11 (2310-2316), 2005 [B.P. Marks, Department of
Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, Michigan State
University, A. W. Farrall Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824, United
States]

1468

Listeria monocytogenes survival in refrigerator dill pickles

Jin K.K., DSa E.M., Harrison M.A., et al.; J. Food Protection


68/11 (2356-2361), 2005 [M.A. Harrison, Department of Food
Science and Technology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602,
United States]

1469

Impact of commercial processing on the microbiology of shell eggs

Musgrove M.T., Jones D.R., Northcutt J.K., et al.; J. Food


Protection 68/11 (2367-2375), 2005 [M.T. Musgrove, U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Richard
B. Russell Agricultural Research Center, 950 College Station Road,
Athens, GA 30605, United States]

1470

Minimum leak size determination, under laboratory and commercial


conditions, for bacterial entry into polymeric trays used for
shelf-stable food packaging

Ravishankar S., Maks N.D., Teo A.Y.- L., et al.; J. Food


Protection 68/11 (2376-2382), 2005 [M.A. Pascall, Department of
Food Science and Technology, Ohio State University, 2015 Fyffe
Road, Columbus, OH 43210, United States]

1471

Ready-to-eat shrimp as an international vehicle of antibiotic-resistant


bacteria

Duran G.M., Marshall D.L.; J. Food Protection 68/11


(2395-2401), 2005 [D.L. Marshall, Department of Food Science,
Nutrition, and Health Promotion, Mississippi Agricultural and
Forestry Experiment Station, Mississippi State University,
Mississippi State, MS 39762- 9805, United States]

1472

Prevalence and antimicrobial resistance of Campylobacter in


antimicrobial-free and conventional pig production systems

Thakur S., Gebreyes W.A.; J. Food Protection 68/11 (2402-2410),


2005 [W.A. Gebreyes, Department of Population Health and
Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State
University, 4700 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27606, United
States]

1473

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105

Antibiotic resistance and hypermutability of Escherichia coli O157


from feedlot cattle treated with growth-promoting agents

Lefebvre B., Diarra M.S., Gigu`ere K., et al.; J. Food Protection

68/11 (2411-2419), 2005 [F. Malouin, Centre dEtude


et de
Valorisation de la Diversite Microbienne, Departement de Biologie,
Universite de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Que. J1K 2R1, Canada]

1474

ATP bioluminescence assay for estimation of microbial populations


of fresh-cut melon

Ukuku D.O., Sapers G.M., Fett W.F.; J. Food Protection 68/11


(2427-2432), 2005 [D.O. Ukuku, Food Safety Intervention
Technologies Research Unit, Eastern Regional Research Center,
U.S. Department of Agriculture, 600 East Mermaid Lane,
Wyndmoor, PA 19038, United States]

1475

Biogenic amine index for freshness evaluation in iced Mediterranean


hake (Merluccius merluccius)

Baixas- Nogueras S., Bover- Cid S., Veciana- Nogues M.T., et al.;
J. Food Protection 68/11 (2433-2438), 2005 [M.C. Vidal- Carou,
Departament de Nutricio I Bromatologia - CeRTA, Facultat de
Farm`acia, Universitat de Barcelona, Avinguda Joan XXIII s/n, E08028 Barcelona, Spain]

1476

Salmonella prevalence in free-range and certified organic chickens

Bailey J.S., Cosby D.E.; J. Food Protection 68/11 (2451-2453),


2005 [J.S. Bailey, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural
Research Service, P.O. Box 5677, Athens, GA 30604- 5677, United
States]

1477

Expression of major cold shock proteins and genes by Yersinia


enterocolitica in synthetic medium and foods

Annamalai T., Venkitanarayanan K.; J. Food Protection 68/11


(2454-2458), 2005 [K. Venkitanarayanan, Department of Animal
Science, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT 06269, United
States]

1478

Moulds associated with milk depending on macroclimate and


geographical location

Pesic- Mikulec D., Stojanovic L., Jovanovic L.; Appl. Ecol.


Environ. Res. 3/2 (61-65), 2005 [D. Pesic- Mikulec, Veterinary
Research Institute Belgrade, Serbia, Serbia and Montenegro]

1479

Isolation, identification, and characterization of aero-adaptive


Campylobacter jejuni

Lee Y.- D., Moon B.- Y., Choi J.- P., et al.; J. Microbiol.
Biotechnol. 15/5 (992-1000), 2005 [J.- H. Park, Department of Food
and Bioengineering, Kyungwon University, Seoungnam 461- 701,
South Korea]

1480

Role of in vivo passage on the environmental adaptation of


enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157:H7: Cross-induction of
the viable but nonculturable state by osmotic and oxidative stresses

Asakura H., Igimi S., Kawamoto K., et al.; FEMS Microbiol.


Lett. 253/2 (243-249), 2005 [H. Asakura, Division of Biomedical
Food Research, National Institute of Health Sciences, Kami- yoga
1- 18- 1, Setagaya- ku, Tokyo 158- 8501, Japan]

1481

See also:
Determination of possible genomic changes associated with dimorphism in Campylobacter jejuni 1267
Occurrence of hemolysin-producing aeromonads in meat and offal sold in Port Harcourt, Nigeria 1486
Attachment strength to pork skin and resistance to quaternary ammonium salt and heat of Escherichia coli isolates recovered from a pork slaughter line 1496
A simple method for the direct detection of Salmonella and Escherichia coli O157:H7 from raw alfalfa sprouts and spent irrigation water using PCR 1777
Use of oligonucleotide array for identification of six foodborne pathogens and Pseudomonas aeruginosa grown on selective media 1778

Food-transmitted diseases and intoxications


Prevalence of pigs infected by Salmonella Typhimurium at slaughter
after an enterocolitis outbreak

Oliveira C.J.B., Carvalho L.F.O.S., Fernandes S.A., et al.; Int. J.


Food Microbiol. 105/2 (267-271), 2005 [C.J.B. Oliveira, Stiftung
Tierarztliche Hochschule Hannover- Auenstelle fur Epidemiologie
(Bakum), Buscheler Str. 9, D- 49456, Bakum, Germany]

1482

See also:
Antimicrobial resistance in Salmonella enteritidis isolated from foods involved in human foodborne outbreaks that occurred in the South of Brazil, 1999-2000 1485

Fungi and mycotoxins


Mechanism of action of sphingolipids and their metabolites in the
toxicity of fumonisin B1

Soriano J.M., Gonzalez L., Catala A.I.; Prog. Lipid Res. 44/6
(345-356), 2005 [J.M. Soriano, Laboratory of Food Chemistry and
Toxicology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Valencia, Av.
Vicent Andres Estelles s/n, 46100 Burjassot, Spain]

1483

See also:
Aflatoxin B1 binding by a mixture of Lactobacillus and Propionibacterium: In vitro versus ex vivo 1523
Immunoaffinity column clean-up and liquid chromatography with post-column derivatization for analysis of aflatoxins in traditional Chinese medicine 1813

Food preservatives and anti-microbials


Behavior of Listeria monocytogenes and Escherichia coli O157:H7 in
fresh-sliced cactus-pear fruit

Corbo M.R., Campaniello D., DAmato D., et al.; J. Food Saf.


25/3 (157-172), 2005 [M.R. Corbo, Department of Food Science,
Faculty of Agricultural, Foggia University, via Napoli 25, 71100
Foggia, Italy]

1484

Antimicrobial resistance in Salmonella enteritidis isolated from foods


involved in human foodborne outbreaks that occurred in the South
of Brazil, 1999-2000

Geimba M.P., Tondo E.C., Brandelli A.; J. Food Saf. 25/3


(173-182), 2005 [A. Brandelli, Instituto de Ciencia e Tecnologia de
Alimentos (ICTA), Campus do Vale, UFRGS Ave. Bento Goncalves
9500, 91501- 970 Porto Alegre, Brazil]

1485

Occurrence of hemolysin-producing aeromonads in meat and offal


sold in Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Amadi E.N., Obumwenre B., Akani N.P.; J. Food Saf. 25/3


(183-192), 2005 [E.N. Amadi, Department of Applied and
Environmental Biology, Rivers State University of Science and
Technology, Nkpolu- oroworukwo, P.M.B. 5080, Port Harcourt,
Nigeria]

1486

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Sensitisation of Escherichia coli to antibacterial peptides and enzymes Diels A.M.J., De Taeye J., Michiels C.W.; Int. J. Food Microbiol.
by high-pressure homogenisation
105/2 (165-175), 2005 [C.W. Michiels, Laboratory of Food
Microbiology, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Kasteelpark
Arenberg 22, B- 3001 Leuven, Belgium]

1487

Listeria monocytogenes inhibition by whey protein films and coatings Min S., Harris L.J., Han J.H., Krochta J.M.; J. Food Protection
incorporating lysozyme
68/11 (2317-2325), 2005 [J.M. Krochta, Department of Food
Science and Technology, University of California, Davis, One
Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616, United States]

1488

Application of predictive models to estimate Listeria monocytogenes


growth on frankfurters treated with organic acid salts

Lu Z., Sebranek J.G., Dickson J.S., et al.; J. Food Protection


68/11 (2326-2332), 2005 [J.G. Sebranek, Department of Animal
Science, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011- 3150, United
States]

1489

Power ultrasound treatment of Listeria monocytogenes in apple cider

Baumann A.R., Martin S.E., Feng H.; J. Food Protection 68/11


(2333-2340), 2005 [S.E. Martin, Department of Food Science and
Human Nutrition, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, 486
Animal Sciences Laboratory, 1207 West Gregory Drive, Urbana, IL
61801, United States]

1490

Efficacy of cetylpyridinium chloride against Listeria monocytogenes


and its influence on color and texture of cooked roast beef

Singh M., Thippareddi H., Phebus R.K., et al.; J. Food Protection


68/11 (2349-2355), 2005 [R.K. Phebus, Department of Animal
Sciences and Industry, Food Science Institute, Kansas State
University, Manhattan, KS 66506, United States]

1491

Thermal resistance of spores from virulent strains of Bacillus


anthracis and potential surrogates

Montville T.J., Dengrove R., De Siano T., et al.; J. Food


Protection 68/11 (2362-2366), 2005 [T.J. Montville, Department of
Food Science, Cook College, Rutgers - The State University of New
Jersey, 65 Dudley Road, New Brunswick, NJ 08901- 8520, United
States]

1492

Coonsequences of the development of nisin-resistant Listeria


monocytogenes in fermented dairy products

Martnez B., Bravo D., Rodrguez A.; J. Food Protection 68/11


(2383-2388), 2005 [B. Martnez, Instituto de Productos Lacteos de
Asturias, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientficas, 33300
Villaviciosa, Asturias, Spain]

1493

Temperature and treatment time influence high hydrostatic pressure


inactivation of feline calicivirus, a norovirus surrogate

Chen H., Hoover D.G., Kingsley D.H.; J. Food Protection 68/11


(2389-2394), 2005 [D.H. Kingsley, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
James W. W. Baker Center, Delaware State University, Dover, DE
19901, United States]

1494

Effects of oxidative compounds on thermotolerance in Escherichia


coli O157:H7 strains EO139 and 380-94

Blackman I.C., Park Y.W., Harrison M.A.; J. Food Protection


68/11 (2443-2446), 2005 [I.C. Blackman, Agricultural Research
Station, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA 31030- 4313,
United States]

1495

Attachment strength to pork skin and resistance to quaternary


Namvar A., Warriner K.; J. Food Protection 68/11 (2447-2450),
ammonium salt and heat of Escherichia coli isolates recovered from 2005 [K. Warriner, Department of Food Science, University of
a pork slaughter line
Guelph, Guelph, Ont. N1G 2W1, Canada]

1496

Influence of a test preservative on sponge cakes under different


storage conditions

De La Rosa P., Cordoba G., Martn A., et al.; J. Food Protection


68/11 (2465-2469), 2005 [R. Jordano, Food Science and
Technology Department, University of Cordoba, Campus de
Rabanales, E- 14071 Cordoba, Spain]

1497

Inhibitory activity of phosphates on molds isolated from foods and


food processing plants

Suarez V.B., Frison L., De Baslico M.Z., et al.; J. Food Protection


68/11 (2475-2479), 2005 [V.B. Suarez, Instituto de Lactologa
Industrial, Facultad de Ingeniera Qumica, Universidad Nacional del
Litoral, Santiago del Estero 2829, 3000 Santa Fe, Argentina]

1498

Biological preservation of foods - Bacteriocins of lactic acid bacteria

Jeevaratnam K., Jamuna M., Bawa A.S.; Indian J. Biotechnol.


4/4 (446-454), 2005 [K. Jeevaratnam, Defence Food Research
Laboratory, Siddarthanagar, Mysore 570 011, India]

1499

See also:
Resistance of hepatitis A virus in mussels subjected to different domestic cookings 1390
Prevalence and antimicrobial resistance of Campylobacter in antimicrobial-free and conventional pig production systems 1473
Antibiotic resistance and hypermutability of Escherichia coli O157 from feedlot cattle treated with growth-promoting agents 1474
Starter cultures and high-pressure processing to improve the hygiene and safety of slightly fermented sausages 1511

Microbially produced foods


Assessing the proteolytic and lipolytic activities of single strains of
mesophilic lactobacilli as adjunct cultures using a Caciotta cheese
model system

Di Cagno R., Quinto M., Corsetti A., et al.; Int. Dairy J. 16/2
(119-130), 2006 [M. Gobbetti, Dipartimento di Protezione Delle
Piante e Microbiologia Applicata, Facolta di Agraria, University of
Bari, Via Amendola 165/a, 70126 Bari, Italy]

1500

The effect of temperature and inoculum concentration on rheological


and light scatter properties of milk coagulated by a combination of
bacterial fermentation and chymosin. Cottage cheese-type gels

Castillo M., Lucey J.A., Payne F.A.; Int. Dairy J. 16/2 (131-146),
2006 [M. Castillo, Department of Biosystems and Agricultural
Engineering, University of Kentucky, 210 C.E. Barnhart Building,
Lexington, KY 40546- 0276, United States]

1501

Effect of temperature and inoculum concentration on prediction of


both gelation time and cutting time. Cottage cheese-type gels

Castillo M., Payne F.A., Wang T., Lucey J.A.; Int. Dairy J. 16/2
(147-152), 2006 [M. Castillo, Department of Biosystems and
Agricultural Engineering, 210 C.E. Barnhart Building, Lexington,
KY 40546- 0276, United States]

1502

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107

Effect of temperature and inoculum concentration on gel


microstructure, permeability and syneresis kinetics. Cottage
cheese-type gels

Castillo M., Lucey J.A., Wang T., Payne F.A.; Int. Dairy J. 16/2
(153-163), 2006 [M. Castillo, Department of Food Science,
University of Wisconsin- Madison, 1605 Linden Drive, Madison,
WI 53706- 1565, United States]

1503

Stability of autolytic lactococci during starter production and storage


in commercial whey-based media

Gaudreau H., Fliss I., Champagne C.P.; Int. Dairy J. 16/3


(200-206), 2006 [C.P. Champagne, Food Research and
Development Centre, Agriculture and Agri- food Canada, 3600
Casavant BLVD West, St- Hyacinthe, Que. J2S 8E3, Canada]

1504

A transcriptome analysis of Kluyveromyces lactis growing in cheese


whey

Becerra M., Gonzalez- Siso M.I., Cerdan M.E.; Int. Dairy J. 16/3
(207-214), 2006 [M.E. Cerdan, Departamento Biologa Celular Y
Molecular, Universidad de la Coruna. F. Ciencias, Campus de la
Zapateira s/n 15071, La Coruna, Spain]

1505

Use of low concentration factor ultrafiltration retentates in reduced fat Cunha C.R., Viotto W.H., Viotto L.A.; Int. Dairy J. 16/3
"Minas Frescal" cheese manufacture: Effect on composition,
(215-224), 2006 [L.A. Viotto, Faculty of Food Engineering, State
proteolysis, viscoelastic properties and sensory acceptance
University of Campinas, UNICAMP, P.O. Box 6121, 13083- 862
Campinas, S. Paulo, Brazil]

1506

Relationship between somatic cell counts and the properties of


yoghurt made from ewes milk

Vivar- Quintana A.M., Beneitez De La Mano E., Revilla I.; Int.


Dairy J. 16/3 (262-267), 2006 [A.M. Vivar- Quintana, Universidad
de Salamanca, E.P.S. de Zamora, Campus Viriato, Avda Requejo,
33. 49022 Zamora, Spain]

1507

Sensory and rheological screening of exopolysaccharide producing


strains of bacterial yoghurt cultures

Folkenberg D.M., Dejmek P., Skriver A., et al.; Int. Dairy J. 16/2
(111-118), 2006 [D.M. Folkenberg, Fermented Milk, Chr. Hansen
A/S, Bge Alle 10- 12, DK- 2970 Hrsholm, Denmark]

1508

Multivariate modelling of relationships between proteolysis and


sensory quality of Prast cheese

Pripp A.H., Skeie S., Isaksson T., et al.; Int. Dairy J. 16/3
(225-235), 2006 [A.H. Pripp, Department of Food Science, Dairy
Technology, Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University,
Rolighedsvej 30, Frederiksberg C DK- 1958, Denmark]

1509

The use of near infrared spectroscopy to predict selected free amino


acids during cheese ripening

Skeie S., Feten G., Almy T., et al.; Int. Dairy J. 16/3 (236-242),
2006 [S. Skeie, Department of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food
s, Norway]
Science, University of Life Science, 1432 U

1510

Starter cultures and high-pressure processing to improve the hygiene


and safety of slightly fermented sausages

Garriga M., Marcos B., Martn B., et al.; J. Food Protection 68/11
(2341-2348), 2005 [T. Aymerich, Institut de Recerca I Tecnologia
Agroalimentaries, Meat Technology Centre, Granja Camps I Armet,
17121 Monells, Spain]

1511

The effect of fermentation and storage on free amino acids of tarhana

Certel M.; Int. J. Food Sci.


Erbas M., Ertugay M.F., Erbas M.O.,
Nutr. 56/5 (349-358), 2005 [M. Erbas, Department of Food
Engineering, Akdeniz University, Antalya, Turkey]

1512

Identification of protease from Euphorbia amygdaloides latex and its


use in cheese production

Demir Y., Alayli A., Yildirim S., Demir N.; Prep. Biochem.
Biotechnol. 35/4 (291-299), 2005 [N. Demir, Chemistry
Department, Science and Art Faculty, Ataturk University, 25240
Erzurum, Turkey]

1513

See also:
Lactic acid bacteria and yeasts associated with spontaneous fermentations during the production of sour cassava starch in Brazil 1163
Coonsequences of the development of nisin-resistant Listeria monocytogenes in fermented dairy products 1493
Comparative analysis of the autolytic potential of Lactobacillus helveticus strains during Cheddar cheese ripening 1530
Development of an immunochemical method to detect Lactobacillus kefir 1738

10.4. Zoonoses
A national survey of laboratory animal workers concerning
occupational risks for zoonotic diseases

Weigler B.J., Di Giacomo R.F., Alexander S.; Comp. Med. 55/2


(183-191), 2005 [Dr. B.J. Weigler, Department of Comparative
Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle,
WA 98109- 1024, United States]

1514

10.5. Probiotics
Influence of a probiotic Enterococcus faecium strain on development
of the immune system of sows and piglets

Scharek L., Guth J., Reiter K., et al.; Vet. Immunol.


Immunopathol. 105/1-2 (151-161), 2005 [L. Scharek, Institute of
Immunology and Molecular Biology, Philippstrasse 13, D- 10115
Berlin, Germany]

1515

Gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata L.) innate immune response after


dietary administration of heat-inactivated potential probiotics

Daz- Rosales P., Salinas I., Rodrguez A., et al.; Fish Shellfish
Esteban, Department of Cell
Immunol. 20/4 (482-492), 2006 [M.A.
Biology, Faculty of Biology, University of Murcia, 30100 Murcia,
Spain]

1516

Survival of Lactobacillus plantarum 44a after spraying and drying in


feed and during exposure to gastrointestinal tract fluids in vitro

Bucio A., Hartemink R., Schrama J.W., et al.; J. Gen. Appl.


Microbiol. 51/4 (221-227), 2005 [Dr. A. Bucio, Colegio de
Postgraduados, Campus Tabasco A.P.24, 86500 Mexico, Mexico]

1517

Irritable bowel syndrome and probiotics: From rationale to clinical


use

Verdu E.F., Collins S.M.; Curr. Opin. Gastroenterol. 21/6


(697-701), 2005 [E.F. Verdu, McMaster University, 1200 Main
Street West, Hamilton, Ont., Canada]

1518

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Genetically modified probiotics should be banned

Cummins J., Ho M.- W.; Microb. Ecol. Health Dis. 17/2 (66-68),
2005 [J. Cummins, Department of Biology, London, Ont. N6A 5B7,
Canada]

1519

Probiotic potential of Lactobacillus strains isolated from dairy


products

Maragkoudakis P.A., Zoumpopoulou G., Miaris C., et al.; Int.


Dairy J. 16/3 (189-199), 2006 [E. Tsakalidou, Department of Food
Science and Technology, Agricultural University of Athens, Iera
Odos 75, 118 55 Athens, Greece]

1520

Probiotics down-regulate flaA  28 promoter in Campylobacter jejuni

Ding W., Wang H., Griffiths M.W.; J. Food Protection 68/11


(2295-2300), 2005 [M.W. Griffiths, Canadian Research Institute for
Food Safety, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ont. N1G 2W1,
Canada]

1521

Inability of probiotic bacterial strains Lactobacillus rhamnosus


Zhou J.S., Rutherfurd K.J., Gill H.S.; J. Food Protection 68/11
HN001 and Bifidobacterium lactis HN019 to induce human platelet (2459-2464), 2005 [J.S. Zhou, Division of Rheumatology,
aggregation in vitro
Immunology and Allergy, Brigham and Womens Hospital, Harvard
Medical School, 1 Jimmy Fund Way, Boston, MA 02115, United
States]

1522

Aflatoxin B1 binding by a mixture of Lactobacillus and


Propionibacterium: In vitro versus ex vivo

Gratz S., Mykkanen H., El- Nezami H.; J. Food Protection 68/11
(2470-2474), 2005 [S. Gratz, Department of Clinical Nutrition,
University of Kuopio, Harjulantie 1, 70211 Kuopio, Finland]

1523

Effects of probiotic bacteria (VSL#3) on the polyamine biosynthesis


and cell proliferation of normal colonic mucosa of rats

Linsalata M., Russo F., Berloco P., et al.; In Vivo 19/6 (989-996),
2005 [M. Linsalata, Laboratory of Biochemistry, IRCCS Saverio de
Bellis, 70013 Castellana Grotte, Bari, Italy]

1524

Effect of some pharmaceutical excipients on the survival of probiotic


vaginal lactobacilli

Zarate G., Juarez Tomas M.S., Nader- Macias M.E.; Can. J.


Microbiol. 51/6 (483-489), 2005 [M.E. Nader- Macias, Centro de
Referencia para Lactobacilos (CERELA), Chacabuco 145, (4000),
San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina]

1525

Reduced quantity and hydrogen-peroxide production of vaginal


lactobacilli in HIV positive women

Knezevic A., Stepanovic S., Cupi


c M., et al.; Biomed.
Pharmacother. 59/9 (521-523), 2005 [A. Knezevic, Institute of
Microbiology and Immunology, School of Medicine, University of
Belgrade, Dr. Subotica 1/1, 11 000 Belgrade, Serbia and
Montenegro]

1526

Antitumour effect of Lactobacillus casei CRL 431 on different


experimental tumours

Bonet M.E.B., De Petrino S.F., Meson O., Perdigon G.; Food


Agric. Immunol. 16/3 (181-191), 2005 [G. Perdigon, Centro de
Referencia para Lactobacilos (CERELA), Chacabuco 145, 4000Tucuman, Argentina]

1527

The potential mechanisms involved in the anti-carcinogenic action of


probiotics

Commane D., Hughes R., Shortt C., Rowland I.; Mutat. Res.
Fundam. Mol. Mech. Mutagen. 591/1-2 (276-289), 2005 [D.
Commane, University of Ulster, NICHE, Cromore Road, Coleraine,
BT52 1SA, United Kingdom]

1528

Effects of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG addition in ice cream

Alamprese C., Foschino R., Rossi M., et al.; Int. J. Dairy Technol.
58/4 (200-206), 2005 [C. Alamprese, Dipartimento di Scienze e
Tecnologie Alimentari e Microbiologiche (DISTAM),
Universit`a degli Studi di Milano, Via Celoria 2, 20133 Milano, Italy]

1529

Comparative analysis of the autolytic potential of Lactobacillus


helveticus strains during Cheddar cheese ripening

Kenny O.M., Fitzgerald R.J., OCuinn G., et al.; Int. J. Dairy


Technol. 58/4 (207-213), 2005 [K.N. Jordan, Teagasc, Dairy
Products Research Centre, Moorepark, Fermoy, Co., Cork, Ireland]

1530

See also:
Selection and characterization of a Lactobacillus plantarum strain promising as a urogenital probiotic 935
The role of heterolactic lactobacilli in diarrhoea of short small bowel patients 1338
Effect of a cell preparation of Enterococcus faecalis strain EC-12 on digesta flow and recovery from constipation in a pig model and human subjects 1339
Effects of infant formula containing a mixture of galacto- and fructo-oligosaccharides or viable Bifidobacterium animalis on the intestinal microflora during the first 4 months of
life 1344

11. MICRO-ORGANISMS IN THE ENVIRONMENT


11.1. Microbial Ecology
Agaricales (Basidiomycota, Fungi) of Sjeverni Velebit National Park
in Croatia

Tkalcec Z., Mesic A., Antonic O.; Period. Biol. 107/3 (341-349),
2005 [Z. Tkalcec, Laboratory of Biocoenotic Research, Ruder
Boskovic Institute, Bijenicka cesta 54, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia]

1531

Molecular diversity and ecology of microbial plankton

Giovannoni S.J., Stingl U.; Nature 437/7057 (343-348), 2005 [S.J.


Giovannoni, Department of Microbiology, Oregon State University,
Corvallis, OR 97331, United States]

1532

Microbial ecology of methane emission in rice agroecosystem: A


review

Dubey S.K.; Appl. Ecol. Environ. Res. 3/2 (1-27), 2005 [S.K.
Dubey, Centre of Advanced Study, Department of Botany, Banaras
Hindu University, Varanasi, India]

1533

See also:
A survey of the methods for the characterization of microbial consortia and communities 1746
In situ analysis of native microbial communities in complex samples with high particulate loads 1755

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109

Atmosphere
Respiratory protection provided by N95 filtering facepiece respirators
against airborne dust and microorganisms in agricultural farms

Lee S.- A., Adhikari A., Grinshpun S.A., et al.; J. Occup.


Environ. Hyg. 2/11 (577-585), 2005 [T. Reponen, University of
Cincinnati, Department of Environmental Health, P.O. Box 670056,
Cincinnati, OH 45267- 0056, United States]

1534

Seasonal variations of airborne fungi in continental and


Mediterranean parts of Croatia

Period. Biol. 107/3 (351-355), 2005


Pepeljnjak S., Klaric M.S.;
Klaric, Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Pharmacy
[M.S.
and Biochemistry, University of Zagreb, Schrottova 39, 10000
Zagreb, Croatia]

1535

Assessment of microbial (bacteria) concentrations of ambient air at


semi-arid urban region: Influence of meteorological factors

Mouli P.C., Mohan S.V., Reddy S.J.; Appl. Ecol. Environ. Res.
3/2 (139-149), 2005 [S.J. Reddy, Department of Chemistry, Sri
Venkateswara University, Tirupati - 517 502, India]

1536

Soil
Fungal associates of Salix repens in northern oceanic Britain and their Watling R.; Mycol. Res. 109/12 (1418-1424), 2005 [R. Watling,
conservation significance
Caledonian Mycological Enterprises, Edinburgh EH4 3HU, United
Kingdom]

1537

Melding ecology, classical weed biocontrol, and plant microbial


Caesar A.; Biol. Control 35/3 SPEC. ISS. (240-246), 2005 [A.
ecology can inform improved practices in controlling invasive plant Caesar, Pest Management Research Unit, Northern Plains
species
Agricultural Research Laboratory, USDA/ARS, Sidney, MT, United
States]

1538

Mycorrhizal diversity: Cause and effect?

Kernaghan G.; Pedobiologia 49/6 (511-520), 2005 [G. Kernaghan,


Departement de Biologie, Universite Laval, 3047 Pavillon
Alexandre- Vachon, Sainte- Foy, Que. G1K 7P4, Canada]

1539

Relationship of host recurrence in fungi to rates of tropical leaf


decomposition

Santana M.E., Lodge D.J., Lebow P.; Pedobiologia 49/6


(549-564), 2005 [D.J. Lodge, Center for Forest Mycology Research,
USDA- FS, FPL, Luquillo, 00773- 1377, Puerto Rico]

1540

Indigenous rhizobia associated with native shrubby legumes in Taiwan Hung M.- H., Bhagwath A.A., Shen F.- T., et al.; Pedobiologia
49/6 (577-584), 2005 [C.- C. Young, College of Agriculture and
Natural Resources, Department of Soil and Environmental Sciences,
National Chung Hsing University, 250, Kuo- Kuang Road,
Taichung, 40227, Taiwan]

1541

Mosquito-killing water molds isolated from soil samples collected in


Taiwan

Chen C.- M., Hsieh H.- J., Hu B.- Y., Fu C.- H.; Pedobiologia
49/6 (585-589), 2005 [C.- M. Chen, Department of Plant Pathology
and Microbiology, National Taiwan University, Tai, Taiwan]

1542

Seasonal dynamics of soil microbial biomass in coastal sand dune


forest

Chen T.- H., Chiu C.- Y., Tian G.; Pedobiologia 49/6 (645-653),
2005 [C.- Y. Chiu, Research Center for Biodiversity, Academia
Sinica, Taipei 115, Taiwan]

1543

Molecular and cultivation-based characterization of bacterial


community structure in rice field soil

Kim M.- S., Ahn J.- H., Jung M.- K., et al.; J. Microbiol.
Biotechnol. 15/5 (1087-1093), 2005 [J.- O. Ka, School of
Agricultural Biotechnology, Seoul National University, Seoul 151742, South Korea]

1544

Changes in the microbial community in a forest soil amended with


aluminium in situ

Joner E.J., Eldhuset T.D., Lange H., Frostegrd U.; Plant Soil
275/1-2 (295-304), 2005 [E.J. Joner, Laboratoire Pierre Sue, CEA CNRS, Bat. 637, F- 91191 Gif sur Yvette, France]

1545

Influence of mature Douglas fir roots on the solid soil phase of the
rhizosphere and its solution chemistry

Turpault M.- P., Uterano C., Boudot J.- P., Ranger J.; Plant Soil
275/1-2 (327-336), 2005 [M.- P. Turpault, Biogeochimie des

Ecosyst`
emes Forestiers, INRA, F- 54280, Champenoux, France]

1546

Isolation of a triazophos-degrading strain Klebsiella sp. E6 effectively Wang L., Zhang L., Chen H., et al.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 253/2
utilizing triazophos as sole nitrogen source
(259-265), 2005 [H. Chen, College of Materials Science and
Chemical Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310027,
China]

1547

See also:
Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium by Cell-Free Extract of Bacillus sphaericus and 303 Isolated from Serpentine Soil 932
Rhizosphere Competent Pseudomonas aeruginosa GRC1 Produces Characteristic Siderophore and Enhances Growth of Indian Mustard (Brassica campestris) 1275
Arctic and subarctic soil populations of Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar trifolii nodulating three different clover species: Characterisation by diversity at chromosomal and
symbiosis loci 1603
Mitochondrial large ribosomal subunit sequences are homogeneous within isolates of Glomus (arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, Glomeromycota) 1686
Paenibacillus alkaliterrae sp. nov., isolated from an alkaline soil in Korea 1701
Palleronia marisminoris gen. nov., sp. nov., a moderately halophilic, exopolysaccharide-producing bacterium belonging to the Alphaproteobacteria, isolated from a saline
soil 1714
Influence of soil and host plant crop on the genetic diversity of Azospirillum amazonense isolates 1776

Litter and humus


Litter decomposition and nutrient dynamics in a phosphorus enriched
everglades marsh

Debusk W.F., Reddy K.R.; Biogeochemistry 75/2 (217-240), 2005


[W.F. Debusk, West Florida Research and Education Center,
University of Florida, Bldg. 4900, 5988 Hwy. 90, Milton, FL
32583, United States]

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

1548

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Soil mineral-organic matter-microbe interactions: Impacts on


biogeochemical processes and biodiversity in soils

Huang P.- M., Wang M.- K., Chiu C.- Y.; Pedobiologia 49/6
(609-635), 2005 [P.- M. Huang, Department of Soil Science,
University of Saskatchewan, 51 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, Sask.
S7N 5A8, Canada]

1549

See also:
Relationship of host recurrence in fungi to rates of tropical leaf decomposition 1540

Nutrient cycling and geochemical cycles


Microbial respiration and organic carbon indicate nutrient cycling
recovery in reclaimed soils

Ingram L.J., Schuman G.E., Stahl P.D., Spackman L.K.; Soil


Sci. Soc. Am. J. 69/6 (1737-1745), 2005 [L.J. Ingram, Dep. of
Renewable Resources, Univ. of Wyoming, Laramie, WY 82071,
United States]

1550

Decomposition in extreme-rich fens of boreal Alberta, Canada

Turetsky M.R., Ripley S.; Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 69/6 (1856-1860),
2005 [M.R. Turetsky, Dep. of Plant Biology and Fisheries and
Wildlife, Michigan State Univ., East Lansing, MI 48824, United
States]

1551

Microbial populations and enzyme activities in soils fumigated with


methyl bromide alternatives

Stromberger M.E., Klose S., Ajwa H., et al.; Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J.
69/6 (1987-1999), 2005 [H. Ajwa, Dep. of Plant Sciences, Univ. of
California, 1636 E. Alisal St., Salinas, CA 93905, United States]

1552

Isotope systematics of sulfate-oxygen and sulfate-sulfur in six


European peatlands

Novak M., Vile M.A., Bottrell S.H., et al.; Biogeochemistry 76/2


(187-213), 2005 [M. Novak, Czech Geological Survey,
Geologicka 6, 152 00 Prague 5, Czech Republic]

1553

A rivers liver - Microbial processes within the hyporheic zone of a


large lowland river

Fischer H., Kloep F., Wilzcek S., Pusch M.T.; Biogeochemistry


76/2 (349-371), 2005 [H. Fischer, Institute of Freshwater Ecology
and Inland Fisheries, Muggelseedamm 301, 12587 Berlin,
Germany]

1554

Understanding the anodic mechanism of a seafloor fuel cell:


Interactions between geochemistry and microbial activity

Ryckelynck N., Stecher III H.A., Reimers C.E.; Biogeochemistry


76/1 (113-139), 2005 [C.E. Reimers, College of Oceanic and
Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University, Hatfield Marine
Science Center, Newport, OR 97365, United States]

1555

NO gas loss from biologically crusted soils in Canyonlands National


Park, Utah

Barger N.N., Belnap J., Ojima D.S., Mosier A.; Biogeochemistry


75/3 (373-391), 2005 [N.N. Barger, Institute of Arctic and Alpine
Research, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309, United
States]

1556

The occurrence and distribution of Piptocephalis, Syncephalis and


Chaetocladium species on dung

Richardson M.J.; Mycol. Res. 109/12 (1425-1428), 2005 [M.J.


Richardson, 165 Braid Road, Edinburgh EH10 6JE, United
Kingdom]

1557

Isolation of an autotrophic ammonia-oxidizing marine archaeon

Konneke M., Bernhard A.E., De La Torre J.R., et al.; Nature


437/7058 (543-546), 2005 [D.A. Stahl, Department of Civil and
Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
98195, United States]

1558

Quantitative analyses of nitrogen cycling genes in soils

Wallenstein M.D., Vilgalys R.J.; Pedobiologia 49/6 (665-672),


2005 [M.D. Wallenstein, University of California, Santa Barbara,
Biological Sciences, EEMB, Santa Barbara, CA 93106, United
States]

1559

Phytoplankton response to a Lagrangian phosphate addition in the


Levantine Sea (Eastern Mediterranean)

Psarra S., Zohary T., Krom M.D., et al.; Deep-Sea Res. Part II
Top. Stud. Oceanogr. 52/22-23 (2944-2960), 2005 [S. Psarra,
Hellenic Center for Marine Research, P.O. Box 2214, 71003,
Heraklion, Crete, Greece]

1560

Biological response to P addition in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea.


The microbial race against time

Pitta P., Stambler N., Tanaka T., et al.; Deep-Sea Res. Part II Top.
Stud. Oceanogr. 52/22-23 (2961-2974), 2005 [P. Pitta, Hellenic
Centre for Marine Research, P.O. Box 2214, 71003 Heraklion,
Crete, Greece]

1561

A natural 15 N approach to determine the biological fixation of


atmospheric nitrogen by biological soil crusts of the Negev Desert

Russow R., Veste M., Bohme F.; Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom.
19/23 (3451-3456), 2005 [F. Bohme, Department of Soil Sciences,
UFZ Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig- Halle, TheodorLieser- Strasse 4, D- 06120 Halle, Germany]

1562

Photosynthesis-controlled calcification in a hypersaline microbial mat

Ludwig R., Al- Horani F.A., De Beer D., Jonkers H.M.; Limnol.
Oceanogr. 50/6 (1836-1843), 2005 [H.M. Jonkers, Max- PlanckInstitute for Marine Microbiology, Celsiusstr. 1, D- 28359 Bremen,
Germany]

1563

See also:
Does biofilm contribute to diel cycling of Zn in High Ore Creek, Montana? 1351
Marine microorganisms and global nutrient cycles 1570
Virus and microbial loop dynamics over an annual cycle in three contrasting Antarctic lakes 1575
Interactions between algal-bacterial populations and trace metals in fjord surface waters during a nutrient-stimulated summer bloom 1596
Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) assimilation by Synechococcus in the Gulf of Mexico and northwest Atlantic Ocean 1598
Expression of the nitrogen stress response gene ntcA reveals nitrogen-sufficient Synechococcus populations in the oligotrophic northern Red Sea 1599

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Marine and freshwater


Occurrence of Cryptosporidium and Giardia in irrigation water and its Chaidez C., Soto M., Gortares P., Mena K.; Int. J. Environ.
impact on the fresh produce industry
Health Res. 15/5 (339-345), 2005 [C. Chaidez, 413 Interamerica
Blvd., Laredo, TX 78045, United States]

1564

Bacterial community structure analyses to assess pollution of water


and sediments in the Lake Shkodra/Skadar, Balkan Peninsula

Kostanjsek R., Lapanje A., Drobne D., et al.; Environ. Sci.


Pollut. Res. 12/6 (361-368), 2005 [R. Kostanjsek, University of
Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Biology, Vecna Pot
111, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia]

1565

An optimized enumeration method for sorbitol-fermenting


Bifidobacteria in water samples

Long S.C., Arango P C., Plummer J.D.; Can. J. Microbiol. 51/5


(413-422), 2005 [S.C. Long, Civil and Environmental Engineering,
18 Marston Hall, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003,
United States]

1566

Spatial and temporal variability of saprophytic and water quality


bacteria along the coast of the Aqaba and Suez Gulfs and Red Sea,
Egypt

El- Shenawy M.A., Farag A.E.; Microb. Ecol. Health Dis. 17/2
(94-102), 2005 [M.A. El- Shenawy, National Institute of
Oceanography and Fisheries, Kayet Bay, Alexandria, Egypt]

1567

Long-term and short-term inducible effects of trifluralin on


Escherichia coli and Enterococcus faecalis

Koutsotoli A.D., Dimou D.S., Bezirtzoglou E.Eb., et al.; Microb.


Ecol. Health Dis. 17/2 (121-127), 2005 [A.D. Koutsotoli,
Department of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Medical School,
University of Ioannina, Ioannina, 45110, Greece]

1568

Genomic perspectives in microbial oceanography

DeLong E.F., Karl D.M.; Nature 437/7057 (336-342), 2005 [E.F.


DeLong, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
Division of Biological Engineering, 48- 427 Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139, United States]

1569

Marine microorganisms and global nutrient cycles

Arrigo K.R.; Nature 437/7057 (349-355), 2005 [K.R. Arrigo,


Department of Geophysics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
94305- 2215, United States]

1570

Viruses in the sea

Suttle C.A.; Nature 437/7057 (356-361), 2005 [C.A. Suttle,


Department of Chemistry, University of California, Lawrence
Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 94720, United States]

1571

Bloom of the marine diazotrophic cyanobacterium Trichodesmium


erythraeum in the Northwest African Upwelling

Ramos A.G., Martel A., Codd G.A., et al.; Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser.
301/- (303-305), 2005 [A.G. Ramos, SEASnet Canarias, Dpto. de
Biologa, Campus de Tafira, 35017 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria,
Spain]

1572

Foraminiferal shells in sediment traps: Implications of biogenic


particle transport in the Kao-ping submarine canyon, Taiwan

Lin H.- L., Liu J.T., Hung G.- W.; Cont. Shelf Res. 25/18
(2261-2272), 2005 [H.- L. Lin, Institute of Marine Geology and
Chemistry, National Sun Yat- Sen University, Kaohsiung, 804,
Taiwan]

1573

Limited microbial degradation of pyrene metabolites from the


estuarine polychaete Nereis diversicolor

Giessing A.M.B., Johnsen A.R.; Chemosphere 61/9 (1281-1287),


2005 [A.M.B. Giessing, Department of Life Sciences and
Chemistry, Roskilde University, P.O. Box 260, DK- 4000 Roskilde,
Denmark]

1574

Virus and microbial loop dynamics over an annual cycle in three


contrasting Antarctic lakes

Madan N.J., Marshall W.A., Laybourn- Parry J.; Freshw. Biol.


50/8 (1291-1300), 2005 [J. Laybourn- Parry, School of Biosciences,
University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD,
United Kingdom]

1575

Bacteria and algae in stream periphyton along a nutrient gradient

Carr G.M., Morin A., Chambers P.A.; Freshw. Biol. 50/8


(1337-1350), 2005 [G.M. Carr, UNEP GEMS/Water Programme,
c/o Place Vincent Massey, 351 St Joseph Boulevard, Gatineau, Que.
K1A 0H3, Canada]

1576

Structural heterogeneity in cyanobacterial mats is associated with


geosmin production in rivers

Vilalta E., Sabater S.; Phycologia 44/6 (678-684), 2005 [S.


Sabater, Department of Environmental Sciences, Institute of
Aquatic Ecology, University of Girona, 17071 Girona, Spain]

1577

Optimization of extraction and estimation of viruses in silty


freshwater sediments

Fischer U.R., Kirschner A.K.T., Velimirov B.; Aquatic Microb.


Ecol. 40/3 (207-216), 2005 [B. Velimirov, Research Group General
Microbiology, Center for Anatomy and Cell Biology, Medical
University of Vienna, Waehringer Strasse 10, 1090 Vienna, Austria]

1578

Illustrating the importance of particulate organic matter to pelagic


microbial abundance and community structure - An Arctic case
study

Hodges L.R., Bano N., Hollibaugh J.T., Yager P.L.; Aquatic


Microb. Ecol. 40/3 (217-227), 2005 [P.L. Yager, Department of
Marine Sciences, University of Georgia, 220 Marine Sciences
Building, Athens, GA 30602- 3636, United States]

1579

Spatial and temporal scales of variation in bacterioplankton


community structure in the NW Mediterranean Sea

Ghiglione J.- F., Larcher M., Lebaron P.; Aquatic Microb. Ecol.
40/3 (229-240), 2005 [J.- F. Ghiglione, Observatoire
Oceanographique de Banyuls, Laboratoire Arago, Institut National
des Sciences de lUnivers (INSU) CNRS- UMR- 7621, BP 44,
66651 Banyuls- sur- mer Cedex, France]

1580

Amino acid uptake of Prochlorococcus spp. in surface waters across


the South Atlantic Subtropical Front

Zubkov M.V., Tarran G.A.; Aquatic Microb. Ecol. 40/3 (241-249),


2005 [M.V. Zubkov, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton,
European Way, Southampton SO14 3ZH, United Kingdom]

1581

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Population dynamics of Cytophaga-Flavobacteria during marine


phytoplankton blooms analyzed by real-time quantitative PCR

Fandino L.B., Riemann L., Steward G.F., Azam F.; Aquatic


Microb. Ecol. 40/3 (251-257), 2005 [F. Azam, Marine Biology
Research Division, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University
of California, San Diego, CA 92093- 0202, United States]

1582

Nanoplankton assemblages in maritime Antarctic lakes:


Characterisation and molecular fingerprinting comparison

Unrein F., Izaguirre I., Massana R., et al.; Aquatic Microb. Ecol.
40/3 (269-282), 2005 [F. Unrein, Departament de Biologia Marina I
Oceanografia, Institut de Ci`encies del Mar- CMIMA, CSIC, Pas.
Maritim de la Barceloneta 37- 49, 08003 Barcelona, Catalonia,
Spain]

1583

Photoreactivation in two freshwater ciliates: Differential responses to


variations in UV-B flux and temperature

Sanders R.W., Macaluso A.L., Sardina T.J., Mitchell D.L.;


Aquatic Microb. Ecol. 40/3 (283-292), 2005 [R.W. Sanders,
Biology Department, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 19122,
United States]

1584

Heterotrophic dinoflagellate fecal pellet production: Grazing of large,


chain-forming diatoms during upwelling events in Monterey Bay,
California

Buck K.R., Marin III R., Chavez F.P.; Aquatic Microb. Ecol. 40/3
(293-298), 2005 [K.R. Buck, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research
Institute, 7700 Sandholdt Road, Moss Landing, CA 95039, United
States]

1585

Monothalamous foraminiferans and gromiids (Protista) from western


Svalbard: A preliminary survey

Gooday A.J., Bowser S.S., Cedhagen T., et al.; Mar. Biol. Res.
1/4 (290-312), 2005 [A.J. Gooday, National Oceanography Centre,
Empress Dock, European Way, Southampton SO14 3ZH, United
Kingdom]

1586

Laboratory observations of benthic foraminiferal cysts

Heinz P., Geslin E., Hemleben C.; Mar. Biol. Res. 1/2 (149-159),
2005 [P. Heinz, Institute of Geosciences, University of Tubingen,
Sigwartstr. 10, 72076 Tubingen, Germany]

1587

16S rDNA analyses of the cyanobacterial microbiota through the


water-column in a Boreal Lake with a metalimnic Planktothrix
population

Rudi K., Skulberg O.M., Jakobsen K.S.; Prep. Biochem.


Biotechnol. 35/4 (301-312), 2005 [K. Rudi, Matforsk Norwegian
s, Norway]
Food Research Institute, N- 1430 U

1588

Identification and enumeration of Alexandrium spp. from the Gulf of


Maine using molecular probes

Anderson D.M., Kulis D.M., Keafer B.A., et al.; Deep-Sea Res.


Part II Top. Stud. Oceanogr. 52/19-21 SPEC. ISS. (2467-2490),
2005 [D.M. Anderson, Biology Department, MS #32, Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA 02543, United States]

1589

Response of East Mediterranean surface water to Saharan dust:


On-board microcosm experiment and field observations

Herut B., Zohary T., Krom M.D., et al.; Deep-Sea Res. Part II
Top. Stud. Oceanogr. 52/22-23 (3024-3040), 2005 [B. Herut, Israel
Oceanographic and Limnological Research (IOLR), National
Institute of Oceanography, Tel Shikmona, Haifa, Israel]

1590

Simulating the response to phosphate additions in the oligotrophic


eastern Mediterranean using an idealized four-member microbial
food web model

Thingstad T.; Deep-Sea Res. Part II Top. Stud. Oceanogr.


52/22-23 (3074-3089), 2005 [T. Thingstad, Department of Biology,
Marine Microbiology Group, University of Bergen, PO Box 7800,
N5020 Bergen, Norway]

1591

Marine viruses - A new and promising tool for red-tide control (Chin)

Yang X., Zheng T., Su J., et al.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5
(651-656), 2005 [T. Zheng, School of Life Sciences, Xiamen
University, Xiamen 361005, Fujian, China]

1592

Biodegradation of phenanthrene by psychrotrophic bacteria from


Lake Baikal

Ahn T.- S., Lee G.- H., Song H.- G.; J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 15/5
(1135-1139), 2005 [H.- G. Song, Division of Biological Sciences,
Kangwon National University, Chuncheon 200- 701, South Korea]

1593

Synchrony and seasonality in bacterioplankton communities of two


temperate rivers

Crump B.C., Hobbie J.E.; Limnol. Oceanogr. 50/6 (1718-1729),


2005 [B.C. Crump, University of Maryland, Center for
Environmental Science, Horn Point Laboratory, 2020 Horns Point
Road, Cambridge, MD 21613, United States]

1594

Experimental test of bacteria-phytoplankton coupling in the Southern


Ocean

Duarte C.M., Agust S., Vaque D., et al.; Limnol. Oceanogr. 50/6
(1844-1854), 2005 [C.M. Duarte, IMEDEA (CSIC- UIB), Instituto
Mediterraneo de Estudios Avanzados, Grupo de Oceanografa
Interdiscplinar, Miquel Marques, 21, 07190 Esporles (Mallorca),
Spain]

1595

Interactions between algal-bacterial populations and trace metals in


fjord surface waters during a nutrient-stimulated summer bloom

Muller F.L.L., Larsen A., Stedmon C.A., Sndergaard M.;


Limnol. Oceanogr. 50/6 (1855-1871), 2005 [F.L.L. Muller,
Environmental Research Institute, Castle Street, Thurso KW14 7JD,
United Kingdom]

1596

The evolution and termination of an iron-induced mesoscale bloom in


the northeast subarctic Pacific

Boyd P.W., Strzepek R., Takeda S., et al.; Limnol. Oceanogr. 50/6
(1872-1886), 2005 [P.W. Boyd, NIWA Centre for Chemical and
Physical Oceanography, Department of Chemistry, University of
Otago, P.O. Box 56, Dunedin, New Zealand]

1597

Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) assimilation by Synechococcus


in the Gulf of Mexico and northwest Atlantic Ocean

Malmstrom R.R., Kiene R.P., Vila M., Kirchman D.L.; Limnol.


Oceanogr. 50/6 (1924-1931), 2005 [D.L. Kirchman, College of
Marine Studies, University of Delaware, Lewes, DE 19958, United
States]

1598

Expression of the nitrogen stress response gene ntcA reveals


nitrogen-sufficient Synechococcus populations in the oligotrophic
northern Red Sea

Lindell D., Penno S., Al- Qutob M., et al.; Limnol. Oceanogr.
50/6 (1932-1944), 2005 [D. Lindell, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, 77 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 01239, United
States]

1599

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113

Microscopic examination of photoautotrophic and


phosphatase-producing organisms in phosphorus-limited
Everglades periphyton mats

Sharma K., Inglett P.W., Reddy K.R., Ogram A.V.; Limnol.


Oceanogr. 50/6 (2057-2062), 2005 [K. Sharma, Wetland
Biogeochemistry Laboratory, Soil and Water Science Department,
University of Florida- IFAS, Gainesville, FL 32611, United States]

1600

Structure of synechobactins, new siderophores of the marine


cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. PCC 7002

Ito Y., Butler A.; Limnol. Oceanogr. 50/6 (1918-1923), 2005 [A.
Butler, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of
California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106- 9510, United States]

1601

See also:
Enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157 in coastal environment of Alexandria, Egypt 1447
Marinomonas dokdonensis sp. nov., isolated from sea water 1641
Dokdonia donghaensis gen. nov., sp. nov., isolated from sea water 1642
Methylosarcina lacus sp. nov., a methanotroph from Lake Washington, Seattle, USA, and emended description of the genus Methylosarcina 1644
Shewanella pneumatophori sp. nov., an eicosapentaenoic acid-producing marine bacterium isolated from the intestines of Pacific mackerel (Pneumatophorus japonicus) 1645
Cyclobacterium amurskyense sp. nov., a novel marine bacterium isolated from sea water 1648
Gramella portivictoriae sp. nov., a novel member of the family Flavobacteriaceae isolated from marine sediment 1655
Isolation and characterization of methylotrophic methanogens from anoxic marine sediments in Skan Bay, Alaska: Description of Methanococcoides alaskense sp. nov., and
emended description of Methanosarcina baltica 1658
Telonema antarcticum sp. nov., a common marine phagotrophic flagellate 1663
Alkalibacillus filiformis sp. nov., isolated from a mineral pool in Campania, Italy 1668
Molecular evidence confirms multiple origins of aquatic hyphomycetes 1689
Nonlabens tegetincola gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel member of the family Flavobacteriaceae isolated from a microbial mat in a subtropical estuary 1696
Photobacterium aplysiae sp. nov., a lipolytic marine bacterium isolated from eggs of the sea hare Aplysia kurodai 1698
Thalassobius mediterraneus gen. nov., sp. nov., and reclassification of Ruegeria gelatinovorans as Thalassobius gelatinovorus comb. nov 1704
Halobacillus yeomjeoni sp. nov., isolated from a marine solar saltern in Korea 1707
Alcaligenes aquatilis sp. nov., a novel bacterium from sediments of the Weser Estuary, Germany, and a salt marsh on Shem Creek in Charleston Harbor, USA 1718
Culturing and environmental DNA sequencing uncover hidden kinetoplastid biodiversity and a major clade within ancestrally freshwater Neobodo designis 1720
Nitrincola lacisaponensis gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel alkaliphilic bacterium isolated from an alkaline, saline lake 1723
Species- and site-specific bacterial communities associated with four encrusting bryozoans from the North Sea, Germany 1730
Real-time quantitative PCR for enteric adenovirus serotype 40 in environmental waters 1747

Extreme environments
Studies on the diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and the
efficacy of two native isolates in a highly alkaline anthropogenic
sediment

Oliveira R.S., Vosatka M., Dodd J.C., Castro P.M.L.; Mycorrhiza


16/1 (23-31), 2005 [P.M.L. Castro, Escola Superior de
Biotecnologia, Universidade Catolica Portuguesa, R. Dr. Antonio
Bernardino de Almeida, 4200- 072 Porto, Portugal]

1602

Arctic and subarctic soil populations of Rhizobium leguminosarum


biovar trifolii nodulating three different clover species:
Characterisation by diversity at chromosomal and symbiosis loci

Fagerli I.L., Svenning M.M.; Plant Soil 275/1-2 (371-381), 2005


[M.M. Svenning, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science,
University of Tromso, 9037 Tromso, Norway]

1603

See also:
The activity profile of the NhaD-type Na+ (Li+ )/H + antiporter from the soda lake haloalkaliphile Alkalimonas amylolytica is adaptive for the extreme environment 1137
Isolation of an autotrophic ammonia-oxidizing marine archaeon 1558
Paenibacillus assamensis sp. nov., a novel bacterium isolated from a warm spring in Assam, India 1662
Genetic differentiation of Arthrobacter population from heavy metal-contaminated environments 1691
Alteromonas hispanica sp. nov., a polyunsaturated-fatty-acid-producing, halophilic bacterium isolated from Fuente de Piedra, southern Spain 1705
Actinoalloteichus spitiensis sp. nov., a novel actinobacterium isolated from a cold desert of the Indian Himalayas 1717

Pollutants and toxicants


Damage to DNA and lipids in Boletus edulis exposed to heavy metals

Collin- Hansen C., Andersen R.A., Steinnes E.; Mycol. Res.


109/12 (1386-1396), 2005 [C. Collin- Hansen, Department of
Chemistry, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NO7491 Trondheim, Norway]

1604

See also:
Influence of three species of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the persistence of aromatic hydrocarbons in contaminated substrates 1306
Response of mycorrhizal fungi to elevated atmospheric CO2 1319

11.2. Environmental Molecular Biology


Investigation of possible horizontal gene transfer from the leaf tissue
of transgenic potato to soil bacteria

Kim Y.T., Kim S.E., Park K.D., et al.; J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.


15/5 (1130-1134), 2005 [S.U. Kim, Laboratory of Cellular Function
Modulator, Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and
Biotechnology, PO Box 115, Yusung, Daejon 305- 333, South
Korea]

1605

Molecular genetic variation and geographical structuring in Fusarium


graminearum

Mishra P.K., Tewari J.P., Clear R.M., Turkington T.K.; Ann.


App. Biol. 145/3 (299-307), 2004 [P.K. Mishra, 5735 Hitchner Hall,
Department of Biological Sciences, University of Maine, Orono,
ME 04469- 5735, United States]

1606

See also:
Molecular diversity and ecology of microbial plankton 1532
Genetic variability of central European isolates of the Fusarium graminearum species complex 1731

11.3. Biodegradation of Natural Polymers


Degradation of aflatoxin B1 by cell-free extracts of Rhodococcus
erythropolis and Mycobacterium fluoranthenivorans sp. nov.
DSM44556T

Teniola O.D., Addo P.A., Brost I.M., et al.; Int. J. Food Microbiol.
105/2 (111-117), 2005 [W.H. Holzapfel, Insitute of Hygiene and
Toxicology, BFEL, Haid- und- Neu- Str.9, D- 76131 Karlsruhe,
Germany]

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

1607

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11.4. Biodegradation of Xenobiotics


Microbial reductive transformation of pentachloronitrobenzene under
methanogenic conditions

Tas D.O., Pavlostathis S.G.; Environ. Sci. Technol. 39/21


(8264-8272), 2005 [S.G. Pavlostathis, School of Civil and
Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology,
Atlanta, GA 30332- 0512, United States]

1608

Polyethylenimine-modified fungal biomass as a high-capacity


biosorbent for Cr(VI) anions: Sorption capacity and uptake
mechanisms

Deng S., Ting Y.P.; Environ. Sci. Technol. 39/21 (8490-8496),


2005 [Y.P. Ting, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular
Engineering, National University of Singapore, 10 Kent Ridge
Crescent, Singapore 119260, Singapore]

1609

Biotic and abiotic transformations of methyl tertiary butyl ether


(MTBE)

Fischer A., Oehm C., Selle M., Werner P.; Environ. Sci. Pollut.
Res. 12/6 (381-386), 2005 [A. Fischer, Institute of Waste
Management and Contaminated Site Treatment, Dresden University
of Technology, Pratzschwitzer Str. 15, 01796 Pirna, Germany]

1610

Biodegradation of dipropyl phthalate and toxicity of its degradation


products: A comparison of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. pisi
cutinase and Candida cylindracea esterase

Kim Y.- H., Min J., Bae K.- D., et al.; Arch. Microbiol. 184/1
(25-31), 2005 [J. Lee, Department of Chemical and Biological
Engineering, Korea University, 1, 5- Ga, Anam- Dong, SungbukGu, Seoul, 136- 713, South Korea]

1611

Degradation of Mono-chlorinated Dibenzo-p-Dioxins by Janibacter


sp. Strain YA Isolated from River Sediment

Iwai S., Yamazoe A., Takahashi R., et al.; Curr. Microbiol. 51/5
(353-358), 2005 [O. Yagi, Research Center for Water Environment
Technology, School of Engineering, University of Tokyo, 7- 3- 1,
Hougo, Bunko- Ku, Tokyo 113- 8656, Japan]

1612

Biphenyl uptake by psychrotolerant Pseudomonas sp. strain Cam-1


and mesophilic Burkholderia sp. strain LB400

Master E.R., McKinlay J.J., Stewart G.R., Mohn W.W.; Can. J.


Microbiol. 51/5 (399-404), 2005 [W.W. Mohn, Department of
Microbiology and Immunology, University of British Columbia,
#300- 6174, University Blvd., Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3, Canada]

1613

Polyhydroxyalkanoate accumulating diversity of Pseudomonas


species utilising aromatic hydrocarbons

Tobin K.M., OConnor K.E.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 253/1


(111-118), 2005 [K.E. OConnor, Department of Industrial
Microbiology, National University of Ireland, University College
Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland]

1614

Isolation of PAH-degrading bacteria from mangrove sediments and


their biodegradation potential

Guo C.L., Zhou H.W., Wong Y.S., Tam N.F.Y.; Mar. Pollut. Bull.
51/8-12 (1054-1061), 2005 [N.F.Y. Tam, Department of Biology and
Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong]

1615

Bioremediation of oil-contaminated sediments on an inter-tidal


shoreline using a slow-release fertilizer and chitosan

Xu R., Lau A.N.L., Lim Y.G., Obbard J.P.; Mar. Pollut. Bull.
51/8-12 (1062-1070), 2005 [J.P. Obbard, Department of Chemical
and Biomolecular Engineering, National University of Singapore, 4
Engineering Drive 4, Singapore 117576, Singapore]

1616

Natural attenuation, biostimulation and bioaugmentation on


biodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in
mangrove sediments

Yu K.S.H., Wong A.H.Y., Yau K.W.Y., et al.; Mar. Pollut. Bull.


51/8-12 (1071-1077), 2005 [Y.S. Wong, Department of Biology and
Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong, 83 Tat Chee Avenue,
Kowloon, Hong Kong]

1617

An attempt to compare the performance of bioscrubbers and


biotrickling filters for degradation of ethyl acetate in gas streams

Koutinas M., Peeva L.G., Livingston A.G.; J. Chem. Technol.


Biotechnol. 80/11 (1252-1260), 2005 [A.G. Livingston, Department
of Chemical Engineering and Chemical Technology, Imperial
College London, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2AZ, United
Kingdom]

1618

Effect of slow desorption on the kinetics of biodegradation of


polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

Gomez- Lahoz C., Ortega- Calvo J.- J.; Environ. Sci. Technol.
39/22 (8776-8783), 2005 [J.- J. Ortega- Calvo, Instituto de Recursos
Naturales y Agrobiologa, C.S.I.C., Apartado 1052, E- 41080Seville, Spain]

1619

Analysis of anaerobic BTX biodegradation in a subarctic aquifer


using isotopes and benzylsuccinates

McKelvie J.R., Lindstrom J.E., Beller H.R., et al.; J. Contam.


Hydrol. 81/1-4 (167-186), 2005 [B. Sherwood Lollar, Stable Isotope
Laboratory, Department of Geology, University of Toronto, 22
Russell Street, Toronto, Ont. M5S 3B1, Canada]

1620

Real-time quantification of microbial degradation of copepod fecal


pellets monitored by isothermal microcalorimetry

Olsen S.N., Westh P., Hansen B.W.; Aquatic Microb. Ecol. 40/3
(259-267), 2005 [B.W. Hansen, Department of Life Sciences and
Chemistry, Roskilde University, PO Box 260, 4000 Roskilde,
Denmark]

1621

Anaerobic transformation of four abundant organochlorine pesticide


residues (B8-1413, B9-1679, oxychlordane, p,p -DDE) in extracts
of Antarctic skua eggs by the isolated bacterium Sulfurospirillum
multivorans

Vetter W., Ruppe S., Lehnert K., Neumann A.; Toxicol. Environ.
Chem. 87/2 (229-235), 2005 [W. Vetter, Institute of Food
Chemistry, University of Hohenheim, Garbenstr. 28, D- 70599
Stuttgart, Germany]

1622

Progress of studies on polyacrylamide biodegradation (Chin)

Han C., Li D., Wang X.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5
(648-650), 2005 [D. Li, Chengdu Institute of Biology, Chinese
Academy of Sciences, Chengdu 610041, China]

1623

Kinetics of di-n-butyl phthalate degradation by a bacterium isolated


from mangrove sediment

Xu X.- R., Gu J.- D., Li H.- B., Li X.- Y.; J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.
15/5 (946-951), 2005 [J.- D. Gu, Laboratory of Environmental
Toxicology, Department of Ecology and Biodiversity, The
University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong, Hong Kong]

1624

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115

Bacterial communities of biofilms sampled from seepage


groundwater contaminated with petroleum oil

Cho W., Lee E.- H., Shim E.- H., et al.; J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.
15/5 (952-964), 2005 [K.- S. Cho, Department of Environmental
Science and Engineering, Ewha Womans University, Seoul 120750, South Korea]

1625

Degradation and metabolism of hexazinone by two isolated bacterial


strains from soil

Wang X., Wang H., Tan C.; Chemosphere 61/10 (1468-1474),


2005 [X. Wang, Key Laboratory of Pesticide and Chemical Biology,
College of Chemistry, Central China Normal University, Wuhan
430079, China]

1626

Investigation of evaporation and biodegradation of fuel spills in


Antarctica I. A chemical approach using GC-FID

Snape I., Harvey P.McA., Ferguson S.H., et al.; Chemosphere


61/10 (1485-1494), 2005 [I. Snape, Human Impacts Research,
Australian Antarctic Division, Channel Highway, Kingston,
Tasmania 7050, Australia]

1627

See also:
Effect of temperature, and surfactants HLB and dose over the TPH-diesel biodegradation process in aged soils 1025
Limited microbial degradation of pyrene metabolites from the estuarine polychaete Nereis diversicolor 1574
Biodegradation of phenanthrene by psychrotrophic bacteria from Lake Baikal 1593
Methylobacterium isbiliense sp. nov., isolated from the drinking water system of Sevilla, Spain 1643
Phylogenetic analysis of TCE-dechlorinating consortia enriched on a variety of electron donors 1671
Silvimonas terrae gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel chitin-degrading facultative anaerobe belonging to the Betaproteobacteria 1700

12. METHODS AND TECHNIQUES


Intracellular physiological events of yeast Rhodotorula glutinis during Gabier A.- C., Gourdon P., Reitz J., et al.; Int. J. Food Microbiol.
storage at + 4C
105/2 (97-109), 2005 [A.- C. Gabier, ENSIA, Laboratoire de
Microbiologie Industrielle, 1 avenue des Olympiades, Massy Cedex
91744, France]

1628

Bipolar tetraether lipids: Chain flexibility and membrane polarity


gradients from spin-label electron spin resonance

Bartucci R., Gambacorta A., Gliozzi A., et al.; Biochemistry


44/45 (15017-15023), 2005 [R. Bartucci, Dipartimento di Fisica,
Universit`a della Calabria, I- 87036 Arcavacata di Rende (CS), Italy]

1629

Evaluation of techniques for detection of carbapenem-resistant


Klebsiella pneumoniae in stool surveillance cultures

Landman D., Salvani J.K., Bratu S., Quale J.; J. Clin. Microbiol.
43/11 (5639-5641), 2005 [D. Landman, Division of Infectious
Diseases, Box 77, SUNY Downstate, 450 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn,
NY, United States]

1630

Sensitive EDTA-based microbiological assays for detection of


metallo- -lactamases in nonfermentative gram-negative bacteria

Marchiaro P., Mussi M.A., Ballerini V., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.


43/11 (5648-5652), 2005 [A.S. Limansky, Instituto de Biologa
Molecular y Celular de Rosario, Departamento de Microbiologa,
Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Suipacha 531, 2000 Rosario,
Argentina]

1631

Rapid and accurate genotyping of YMDD motif variants in the


hepatitis B virus genome by an improved reverse dot blot method

Ou Z.- Y., Liu N., Chen C.- J., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol. 43/11
(5685-5689), 2005 [Y.- S. He, DaAn Gene Diagnostic Center,
Zhongshan Medical School, Sun Yat- Sen University, 74 Zhongshan
Rd. 2, Guangzhou 510080, China]

1632

Evaluation of a fully automated system (RAISUS) for rapid


identification and antimicrobial susceptibility testing of
staphylococci

Kanemitsu K., Kunishima H., Hatta M., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.


43/11 (5808-5810), 2005 [K. Kanemitsu, Department of Infection
Control and Laboratory Diagnostics, Tohoku University Graduate
School of Medicine, 1- 1 Seiryo- machi, Aobaku, Sendai, Miyagi
980- 8574, Japan]

1633

Micro-Raman spectroscopic identification of bacterial cells of the


genus Staphylococcus and dependence on their cultivation
conditions

Harz M., Rosch P., Peschke K.- D., et al.; Analyst 130/11
(1543-1550), 2005 [J. Popp, Institut fur Physikalische Chemie,
Friedrich- Schiller- Universitat Jena, Helmholtzweg 4, 07743 Jena,
Germany]

1634

High efficiency transfection of Plasmodium berghei facilitates novel


selection procedures

Janse C.J., Franke- Fayard B., Mair G.R., et al.; Mol. Biochem.
Parasitol. 145/1 (60-70), 2006 [C.J. Janse, Leiden University
Medical Center, Albinusdreef 2, 2333 ZA Leiden, Netherlands]

1635

See also:
High-resolution visualization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1 biofilms by freeze-substitution transmission electron microscopy 1348
Predictive modelling of growth and measurement of enzymatic synthesis and activity by a cocktail of selected Enterobacteriaceae and Aeromonas hydrophila 1464
Methods for recovering Escherichia coli O157:H7 from cattle fecal, hide, and carcass samples: Sensitivity and improvements 1465

12.1. Identification and Characterization


Candida khmerensis sp. nov., a novel cation-tolerant yeast isolated
from dry salted shrimp and sewage in Cambodia

Nagatsuka Y., Kawasaki H., Mikata K., Seki T.; J. Gen. Appl.
Microbiol. 51/4 (235-243), 2005 [Dr. H. Kawasaki, The
International Center for Biotechnology, Osaka University, 2- 1
Yamada- oka, Suita, Osaka 565- 0871, Japan]

1636

Morphology and infraciliature of three species of Metaurostylopsis


(Ciliophora, Stichotrichia): M. songi n. sp., M. salina n. sp., and
M. marina (Kahl 1932) from sediments, saline ponds, and coastal
waters

Lei Y., Choi J.K., Xu K., Petz W.; J. Eukaryotic Microbiol. 52/1
(1-10), 2005 [K. Xu, Institute of Zoology, University of Salzburg,
Hellbrunnerstrasse 34, A- 5020 Salzburg, Austria]

1637

Redescription of Lagenophrys maxillaris (Jankowski, 1993)


(Ciliophora, Peritrichia, Lagenophryidae), an Ectosymbiont of
Marine Amphipods

Clamp J.C.; J. Eukaryotic Microbiol. 52/1 (38-43), 2005 [J.C.


Clamp, Department of Biology, North Carolina Central University,
Durham, NC 27707, United States]

1638

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Production of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) by yeasts isolated


from the ascocarps of black (Tuber melanosporum Vitt.) and white
(Tuber magnatum Pico) truffles

Buzzini P., Gasparetti C., Turchetti B., et al.; Arch. Microbiol.


184/3 (187-193), 2005 [P. Buzzini, Dipartimento di Biologia
Vegetale e Biotecnologie Agroambientali, Sezione di Microbiologia
Applicata, Universit`a di Perugia, Borgo XX Giugno 74, 06121
Perugia, Italy]

1639

Genetical identification of Akebia and Aristolochia species by using


Pyrosequencing

Han S., Kim S., Yang C.H., Seo J.; J. Biotechnol. 120/4
(360-363), 2005 [J. Seo, Je- Han Oriental Medical Academy,
College of Oriental Medicine, Daegu Haany University, Daegu 730090, South Korea]

1640

Marinomonas dokdonensis sp. nov., isolated from sea water

Yoon J.- H., Kang S.- J., Oh T.- K.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol.
55/6 (2303-2307), 2005 [J.- H. Yoon, Korea Research Institute of
Bioscience and Biotechnology, PO Box 115, Yusong, Taejon, South
Korea]

1641

Dokdonia donghaensis gen. nov., sp. nov., isolated from sea water

Yoon J.- H., Kang S.- J., Lee C.- H., Oh T.- K.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2323-2328), 2005 [J.- H. Yoon, Korea Research
Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, PO Box 115, Yusong,
Taejon, South Korea]

1642

Methylobacterium isbiliense sp. nov., isolated from the drinking


water system of Sevilla, Spain

Gallego V., Garca M.T., Ventosa A.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol.
55/6 (2333-2337), 2005 [A. Ventosa, Department of Microbiology
and Parasitology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sevilla, 41012
Sevilla, Spain]

1643

Methylosarcina lacus sp. nov., a methanotroph from Lake


Washington, Seattle, USA, and emended description of the genus
Methylosarcina

Kalyuzhnaya M.G., Stolyar S.M., Auman A.J., et al.; Int. J. Syst.


Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2345-2350), 2005 [L. Chistoserdova,
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Washington,
Seattle, WA 98195, United States]

1644

Shewanella pneumatophori sp. nov., an eicosapentaenoic


acid-producing marine bacterium isolated from the intestines of
Pacific mackerel (Pneumatophorus japonicus)

Hirota K., Nodasaka Y., Orikasa Y., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2355-2359), 2005 [I. Yumoto, Research Institute
of Genome- based Biofactory, Tsukisamu- Higashi, Toyohira- ku,
Sapporo 062- 8517, Japan]

1645

Description of Gluconacetobacter swingsii sp. nov. and


Gluconacetobacter rhaeticus sp. nov., isolated from Italian apple
fruit

Dellaglio F., Cleenwerck I., Felis G.E., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2365-2370), 2005 [F. Dellaglio, Science and
Technology Department, University of Verona, Strada le Grazie 15,
37134 Verona, Italy]

1646

Roseovarius mucosus sp. nov., a member of the Roseobacter clade


with trace amounts of bacteriochlorophyll a

Biebl H., Allgaier M., Lunsdorf


H., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2377-2383), 2005 [I. Wagner- Dobler, Gesellschaft
fur Biotechnologische Forschung, Mascheroder Weg 1, D38124
Braunschweig, Germany]

1647

Cyclobacterium amurskyense sp. nov., a novel marine bacterium


isolated from sea water

Nedashkovskaya O.I., Kim S.B., Lee M.S., et al.; Int. J. Syst.


Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2391-2394), 2005 [O.I. Nedashkovskaya,
Pacific Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Far- Eastern Branch,
Russian Academy of Sciences, Pr. 100 let Vladivostoku 159,
690022 Vladivostok, Russian Federation]

1648

Reclassification of Alcaligenes latus strains IAM 12599T and IAM


12664 and Pseudomonas saccharophila as Azohydromonas lata
gen. nov. comb. nov., Azohydromonas australica sp. nov. and
Pelomonas saccharophila gen. nov., comb. nov., respectively

Xie C.- H., Yokota A.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 55/6
(2419-2425), 2005 [C.- H. Xie, Institute of Molecular and Cellular
Biosciences, The University of Tokyo, 1- 1- 1 Yayoi, Bunkyo- Ku,
Tokyo 113- 0032, Japan]

1649

Deinococcus deserti sp. nov., a gamma-radiation-tolerant bacterium


isolated from the Sahara Desert

de Groot A., Chapon V., Servant P., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2441-2446), 2005 [A. de Groot, Laboratoire
dEcologie Microbienne de la Rhizosph`ere, UMR 6191 CNRSCEA, Universite de la Mediterranee, F- 13108 Saint- Paul- LezDurance, France]

1650

Spiroplasma leucomae sp. nov., isolated in Poland from white satin


moth (Leucoma salicis L.) larvae

Oduori M.A., Lipa J.J., Gasparich G.E.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.


Microbiol. 55/6 (2447-2450), 2005 [G.E. Gasparich, Department of
Biological Sciences, Towson University, Towson, MD 21252,
United States]

1651

Candidatus Phytoplasma graminis and Candidatus Phytoplasma


caricae, two novel phytoplasmas associated with diseases of
sugarcane, weeds and papaya in Cuba

B., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol.


Arocha Y., Lopez M., Pinol
55/6 (2451-2463), 2005 [Y. Arocha, National Centre for Animal and
Plant Health, CENSA, Apdo 10, San Jose de Las Lajas, Havana,
Cuba]

1652

Dialister micraerophilus sp. nov. and Dialister propionicifaciens sp.


nov., isolated from human clinical samples

Jumas- Bilak E., Jean- Pierre H., Carlier J.- P., et al.; Int. J. Syst.
Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2471-2478), 2005 [H. Marchandin,
Laboratoire de Bacteriologie, Hopital Arnaud de Villeneuve, 371
Avenue du Doyen Gaston Giraud, 34295 Montpellier Cedex 5,
France]

1653

Enterococcus devriesei sp. nov., associated with animal sources

Svec
P., Vancanneyt M., Koort J., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.

Microbiol. 55/6 (2479-2484), 2005 [P. Svec,


Czech Collection of
Microorganisms, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University Brno,
Tvrdeho 14, 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic]

1654

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117

Gramella portivictoriae sp. nov., a novel member of the family


Flavobacteriaceae isolated from marine sediment

Lau S.C.K., Tsoi M.M.Y., Li X., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.


Microbiol. 55/6 (2497-2500), 2005 [P.- Y. Qian, Coastal Marine
Laboratory, Department of Biology, The Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong]

1655

Thermococcus coalescens sp. nov., a cell-fusing hyperthermophilic


archaeon from Suiyo Seamount

Kuwabara T., Minaba M., Iwayama Y., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2507-2514), 2005 [T. Kuwabara, Graduate School
of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba,
Tsukuba 305- 8572, Japan]

1656

Pseudoalteromonas byusanensis sp. nov., isolated from tidal flat


sediment in Korea

Park Y.- D., Bak K.S., Yi H., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol.
55/6 (2519-2523), 2005 [J. Chun, School of Biological Sciences,
Institute of Microbiology, Seoul National University, Kwanak- gu,
Seoul 151- 742, South Korea]

1657

Isolation and characterization of methylotrophic methanogens from


anoxic marine sediments in Skan Bay, Alaska: Description of
Methanococcoides alaskense sp. nov., and emended description of
Methanosarcina baltica

Singh N., Kendall M.M., Liu Y., Boone D.R.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2531-2538), 2005 [M.M. Kendall, Biology
Department, Portland State University, PO Box 751, Portland, OR
97207- 0751, United States]

1658

Rhizobium daejeonense sp. nov. isolated from a cyanide treatment


bioreactor

Quan Z.- X., Bae H.- S., Baek J.- H., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2543-2549), 2005 [S.- T. Lee, Department of
Biological Sciences, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and
Technology, 373- 1 Guseong- dong, Yuseong- gu, Daejeon 305701, South Korea]

1659

Oryzihumus leptocrescens gen. nov., sp. nov

Kageyama A., Takahashi Y., Seki T., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2555-2559), 2005 [Y. Takahashi, Kitasato Institute
for Life Sciences, Kitasato University, 5- 9- 1 Shirokane, Minatoku, Tokyo 108- 8641, Japan]

1660

Description of two novel species, Sphingomonas abaci sp. nov. and


Sphingomonas panni sp. nov

Busse H.- J., Hauser E., Kampfer P.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol.
55/6 (2565-2569), 2005 [H.- J. Busse, Institut fur Bakteriologie,
Mykologie und Hygiene, Veterinarmedizinische Universitat,
Veterinarplatz 1, A- 1210 Vienna, Austria]

1661

Paenibacillus assamensis sp. nov., a novel bacterium isolated from a


warm spring in Assam, India

Saha P., Mondal A.K., Mayilraj S., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2577-2581), 2005 [T. Chakrabarti, Microbial Type
Culture Collection and Gene Bank, Sector 39A, Chandigarh 160
036, India]

1662

Telonema antarcticum sp. nov., a common marine phagotrophic


flagellate

Klaveness D., Shalchian- Tabrizi K., Thomsen H.A., et al.; Int. J.


Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2595-2604), 2005 [D. Klaveness,
Department of Biology, University of Oslo, PO Box 1066, Blindern
N- 0316 Oslo, Norway]

1663

Distribution, habitats and taxonomic position of mushrooms in Azad


Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan

Gardezi S.R.A.; Arch. Phytopathol. Plant Prot. 38/1 (1-9), 2005


[S.R.A. Gardezi, University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir,
Department of Plant Pathology, Faculty of Agriculture, Rawalakot
Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan]

1664

New and unreported species of mushrooms of Azad Jammu and


Kashmir, Pakistan

Gardezi S.R.A.; Arch. Phytopathol. Plant Prot. 38/1 (41-51), 2005


[S.R.A. Gardezi, Department of Plant Pathology, University College
of Agriculture, Rawalakot 12350, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan]

1665

Mushrooms of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, their collection,


identification and descriptions

Gardezi S.R.A., Ayub N.; Arch. Phytopathol. Plant Prot. 38/1


(53-68), 2005 [S.R.A. Gardezi, Department of Plant Pathology,
University College of Agriculture, Rawalakot- 12350, Azad
Kashmir, Pakistan]

1666

Leadbetterella byssophila gen. nov., sp. nov., isolated from


cotton-waste composts for the cultivation of oyster mushroom

Weon H.- Y., Kim B.- Y., Kwon S.- W., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2297-2302), 2005 [S.- W. Kwon, Genetic
Resources Division, Korean Agricultural Culture Collection,
National Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology, Suwon 441- 707,
South Korea]

1667

Alkalibacillus filiformis sp. nov., isolated from a mineral pool in


Campania, Italy

Romano I., Lama L., Nicolaus B., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2395-2399), 2005 [A. Giordano, Instituto de
Chimica Biomelecolare, Comprensorio ex Olivetti, via Campi
Flegrei 34, 80078 Pozzuoli, NA, Italy]

1668

Suttonella ornithocola sp. nov., from birds of the tit families, and
emended description of the genus Suttonella

Foster G., Malnick H., Lawson P.A., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2269-2272), 2005 [G. Foster, SAC Veterinary
Services, Drummondhill, Stratherrick Road, Inverness IV2 4JZ,
United Kingdom]

1669

Taxonomy and phylogeny of Synchaetomella lunatospora, a new


genus and species of synnematous fungi from Southeast Asia

Decock C., Delgado Rodriguez G., Seifert K.; Antonie Van


Leeuwenhoek Int. J. Gen. Mol. Microbiol. 88/3-4 (231-240), 2005
[C. Decock, Mycotheque de lUniversite Catholique de Louvain,
Faculte dIngenierie Biologique, Agronomique et
Environnementale, Croix du Sud 3, B- 1348 Louvain- la- Neuve,
Belgium]

1670

See also:
Pythium phragmitis sp. nov., a new species close to P. arrhenomanes as a pathogen of common reed (Phragmites australis) 1425
Micromonospora siamensis sp. nov., isolated from Thai peat swamp forest 1672
Expansion of family Reoviridae to include nine-segmented dsRNA viruses: Isolation and characterization of a new virus designated aedes pseudoscutellaris reovirus assigned to a
proposed genus (Dinovernavirus) 1680
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Vibrio gigantis sp. nov., isolated from the haemolymph of cultured oysters (Crassostrea gigas) 1693
Proteiniphilum acetatigenes gen. nov., sp. nov., from a UASB reactor treating brewery wastewater 1694
Sulfurihydrogenibium yellowstonense sp. nov., an extremely thermophilic, facultatively heterotrophic, sulfur-oxidizing bacterium from Yellowstone National Park, and emended
descriptions of the genus Sulfurihydrogenibium, Sulfurihydrogenibium subterraneum and Sulfurihydrogenibium azorense 1695
Nonlabens tegetincola gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel member of the family Flavobacteriaceae isolated from a microbial mat in a subtropical estuary 1696
Luteibacter rhizovicinus gen. nov., sp. nov., a yellow-pigmented gammaproteobacterium isolated from the rhizosphere of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) 1697
Photobacterium aplysiae sp. nov., a lipolytic marine bacterium isolated from eggs of the sea hare Aplysia kurodai 1698
Characterization of alkaliphilic Bacillus strains used in industry: Proposal of five novel species 1699
Silvimonas terrae gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel chitin-degrading facultative anaerobe belonging to the Betaproteobacteria 1700
Paenibacillus alkaliterrae sp. nov., isolated from an alkaline soil in Korea 1701
Paenibacillus mendelii sp. nov., from surface-sterilized seeds of Pisum sativum L 1702
Sphingomonas yunnanensis sp. nov., a novel Gram-negative bacterium from a contaminated plate 1703
Thalassobius mediterraneus gen. nov., sp. nov., and reclassification of Ruegeria gelatinovorans as Thalassobius gelatinovorus comb. nov 1704
Alteromonas hispanica sp. nov., a polyunsaturated-fatty-acid-producing, halophilic bacterium isolated from Fuente de Piedra, southern Spain 1705
Halobacillus yeomjeoni sp. nov., isolated from a marine solar saltern in Korea 1707
Halolactibacillus halophilus gen. nov., sp. nov. and Halolactibacillus miurensis sp. nov., halophilic and alkaliphic marine lactic acid bacteria constituting a phylogenetic lineage in
Bacillus rRNA group 1 1708
Methanomethylovorans thermophila sp. nov., a thermophilic, methylotrophic methanogen from an anaerobic reactor fed with methanol 1709
Terrabacter terrae sp. nov., a novel actinomycete isolated from in Spain 1711
Halalkalicoccus tibetensis gen. nov., sp. nov., representing a novel genus of haloalkaliphilic archaea 1712
Bacteroides coprosuis sp. nov., isolated from swine-manure storage pits 1713
Palleronia marisminoris gen. nov., sp. nov., a moderately halophilic, exopolysaccharide-producing bacterium belonging to the Alphaproteobacteria, isolated from a saline
soil 1714
Haloterrigena saccharevitans sp. nov., an extremely halophilic archaeon from Xin-Jiang, China 1715
Bacillus ruris sp. nov., from dairy farms 1716
Actinoalloteichus spitiensis sp. nov., a novel actinobacterium isolated from a cold desert of the Indian Himalayas 1717
Alcaligenes aquatilis sp. nov., a novel bacterium from sediments of the Weser Estuary, Germany, and a salt marsh on Shem Creek in Charleston Harbor, USA 1718
Mycoplasma amphoriforme sp. nov., isolated from a patient with chronic bronchopneumonia 1719
Cellular identity of an 18S rRNA gene sequence clade within the class Kinetoplastea: The novel genus Actuariola gen. nov. (Neobodonida) with description of the type species
Actuariola framvarensis sp. nov 1721
Nitrincola lacisaponensis gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel alkaliphilic bacterium isolated from an alkaline, saline lake 1723
Spiroplasma penaei sp. nov., associated with mortalities in Penaeus vannamei, Pacific white shrimp 1724
Pontibacter actiniarum gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel member of the phylum Bacteroidetes, and proposal of Reichenbachiella gen. nov. as a replacement for the illegitimate
prokaryotic generic name Reichenbachia Nedashkovskaya et al. 2003 1725
Serological comparison and molecular characterization for verification of calla lily chlorotic spot virus as a new tospovirus species belonging to Watermelon silver mottle virus
serogroup 1732

12.2. Taxonomy and Systematics


Phylogenetic analysis of TCE-dechlorinating consortia enriched on a
variety of electron donors

Freeborn R.A., West K.A., Bhupathiraju V.K., et al.; Environ.


Sci. Technol. 39/21 (8358-8368), 2005 [L. Alvarez- Cohen,
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of
California, Berkeley, CA 94720- 1710, United States]

1671

Micromonospora siamensis sp. nov., isolated from Thai peat swamp


forest

Thawai C., Tanasupawat S., Itoh T., et al.; J. Gen. Appl.


Microbiol. 51/4 (229-234), 2005 [Dr. S. Tanasupawat, Department
of Microbiology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, Thailand]

1672

The giant zooxanthellae-bearing ciliate Maristentor dinoferus


(Heterotrichea) is closely related to folliculinidae

Miao W., Simpson A.G.B., Fu C., Lobban C.S.; J. Eukaryotic


Microbiol. 52/1 (11-16), 2005 [C.S. Lobban, Biology Department,
College of Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Guam,
Mangilao, Guam 96923, United States]

1673

Development and molecular characterisation of the microsporidian


Schroedera airthreyi n. sp. in a freshwater bryozoan plumatella sp.
(Bryozoa: Phylactolaemata)

Morris D.J., Terry R.S., Adams A.; J. Eukaryotic Microbiol. 52/1


(31-37), 2005 [D.J. Morris, Institute of Aquaculture, University of
Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA, United Kingdom]

1674

Complete sequence and gene organization of the Nosema spodopterae Tsai S.- J., Huang W.- F., Wang C.- H.; J. Eukaryotic Microbiol.
rRNA gene
52/1 (52-54), 2005 [C.- H. Wang, Department of Entomology,
National Taiwan University, Taipei 106, Taiwan]

1675

Paramecium aurelia Revisited

Coleman A.W.; J. Eukaryotic Microbiol. 52/1 (68-77), 2005 [A.W.


Coleman, Division of Biology and Medicine, Brown University,
Providence, RI 02912, United States]

1676

Cladosporium fulvum (syn. Passalora fulva), a highly specialized


plant pathogen as a model for functional studies on plant
pathogenic Mycosphaerellaceae

Thomma B.P.H.J., Van Esse H.P., Crous P.W., De Wit P.J.G.M.;


Mol. Plant Pathol. 6/4 (379-393), 2005 [B.P.H.J. Thomma,
Laboratory of Phytopathology, Wageningen University,
Binnenhaven 5, 6709 PD Wageningen, Netherlands]

1677

Purification and Characterization of Two Novel Antimicrobial


Peptides Subpeptin JM4-A and Subpeptin JM4-B Produced by
Bacillus subtilis JM4

Wu S., Jia S., Sun D., et al.; Curr. Microbiol. 51/5 (292-296), 2005
[J. Zhong, Molecular Microbiology Research Center, Institute of
Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100080,
China]

1678

Population structure within lineages of Wheat streak mosaic virus


derived from a common founding event exhibits stochastic
variation inconsistent with the deterministic quasi-species model

French R., Stenger D.C.; Virology 343/2 (179-189), 2005 [D.C.


Stenger, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department
of Agriculture, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE 68583, United
States]

1679

Expansion of family Reoviridae to include nine-segmented dsRNA


viruses: Isolation and characterization of a new virus designated
aedes pseudoscutellaris reovirus assigned to a proposed genus
(Dinovernavirus)

Attoui H., Mohd Jaafar F., Belhouchet M., et al.; Virology 343/2
(212-223), 2005 [H. Attoui, Unite des Virus Emergents EA3292,
Laboratoire de Virologie Moleculaire, Tropicale et
Transfusionnelle, Faculte de Medecine de Marseille, 27 Boulevard
Jean Moulin, 13005 Marseille Cedex 5, France]

1680

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119

Molecular evolution of the plant virus family bromoviridae based on


RNA3-encoded proteins

F.M., Cuevas J.M., Sanchez- Navarro J.A., et al.; J.


Codoner
Mol. Evol. 61/5 (697-705), 2005 [S.F. Elena, Instituto de Biologa
Molecular Y Celular de Plantas, CSIC- UPV, Avenida de los
naranjos s/n, 46022 Valencia, Spain]

1681

Application of a direct fluorescence-based live/dead staining


combined with fluorescence in situ hybridization for assessment of
survival rate of Bacteroides spp. in drinking water

Savichtcheva O., Okayama N., Ito T., Okabe S.; Biotechnol.


Bioeng. 92/3 (356-363), 2005 [S. Okabe, Department of Urban and
Environmental Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering,
Hokkaido University, North 13, West, 8, Kita- ku, Sapporo, 0608628, Japan]

1682

A comparative analysis of the GAL genetic switch between


not-so-distant cousins: Saccharomyces cerevisiae versus
Kluyveromyces lactis

Rubio- Texeira M.; FEMS Yeast Res. 5/12 (1115-1128), 2005 [M.
Rubio- Texeira, Department of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139,
United States]

1683

Sequence-based identification of species belonging to the genus


Debaryomyces

Martorell P., Fernandez- Espinar M.T., Querol A.; FEMS Yeast


Res. 5/12 (1157-1165), 2005 [A. Querol, Departamento de
Biotecnologa de Los Alimentos, Instituto de Agroqumica Y
Tecnologa de Alimentos (CSIC), P.O. Box 73, E- 46100 Burjassot,
Val`encia, Spain]

1684

Phylloplane yeasts from Portugal: Seven novel anamorphic species in


the Tremellales lineage of the Hymenomycetes (Basidiomycota)
producing orange-coloured colonies

FEMS
Inacio J., Portugal L., Spencer- Martins I., Fonseca A.;
Fonseca, SABT, FCT/UNL,
Yeast Res. 5/12 (1167-1183), 2005 [A.
Quinta da Torre, 2829- 516 Caparica, Portugal]

1685

Mitochondrial large ribosomal subunit sequences are homogeneous


within isolates of Glomus (arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi,
Glomeromycota)

Raab P.A., Brennwald A., Redecker D.; Mycol. Res. 109/12


(1315-1322), 2005 [D. Redecker, Institute of Botany, University of
Basel, Hebelstr. 1, CH- 4056 Basel, Switzerland]

1686

Botryosphaeria species from Eucalyptus in Australia are


pleoanamorphic, producing Dichomera synanamorphs in culture

Barber P.A., Burgess T.J., Hardy G.E.St.J., et al.; Mycol. Res.


109/12 (1347-1363), 2005 [P.A. Barber, School of Biological
Sciences and Biotechnology, Murdoch University, Murdoch, WA
6150, Australia]

1687

Genetic diversity and population structure among strains of the


entomopathogenic fungus, Beauveria bassiana, as revealed by
inter-simple sequence repeats (ISSR)

Wang S., Miao X., Zhao W., et al.; Mycol. Res. 109/12
(1364-1372), 2005 [Y. Huang, Institute of Plant Physiology and
Ecology, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese
Academy of Sciences, 300 Fenglin Road, Shanghai 200032, China]

1688

Molecular evidence confirms multiple origins of aquatic


hyphomycetes

Belliveau M.J.- R., Barlocher F.; Mycol. Res. 109/12


(1407-1417), 2005 [F. Barlocher, Department of Biology, Mount
Allison University, Sackville, NB E4L 1G7, Canada]

1689

Insights into the genetic basis for natural phenotypic resistance of


human rhinoviruses to pleconaril

Ledford R.M., Collett M.S., Pevear D.C.; Antiviral Res. 68/3


(135-138), 2005 [D.C. Pevear, Progenics Pharmaceuticals Inc., 777
Old Saw Mill River Road, Tarrytown, NY 10591, United States]

1690

Genetic differentiation of Arthrobacter population from heavy


metal-contaminated environments (Chin)

Zhang H.- B., Ren W.- M., Shao Q.- Y., Duan C.- Q.; Acta Ecol.
Sin. 25/10 (2569-2573), 2005 [Dr. H.- B. Zhang, Department of
Biology, Yunnan University, Kunming 650091, China]

1691

Characterisation of epitopes on barley mild mosaic virus coat protein


recognised by a panel of novel monoclonal antibodies

Veliceasa D., Tauscher G., Suranyi G., et al.; Arch. Virol. 150/12
(2501-2512), 2005 [Dr. N. Lukacs, Institute of Plant Physiology and
Plant Biochemistry, Horticultural Faculty, Corvinus University
Budapest, Menesi u t 44, 1118 Budapest, Hungary]

1692

Vibrio gigantis sp. nov., isolated from the haemolymph of cultured


oysters (Crassostrea gigas)

Le Roux F., Goubet A., Thompson F.L., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2251-2255), 2005 [D. Saulnier, Laboratoire de
Genetique et Pathologie, Institut Francais de Recherche pour
lExploitation de la mer, 17390 La Tremblade, France]

1693

Proteiniphilum acetatigenes gen. nov., sp. nov., from a UASB reactor


treating brewery wastewater

Chen S., Dong X.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2257-2261),
2005 [X. Dong, State Key Laboratory of Microbial Resources,
Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing
100080, China]

1694

Sulfurihydrogenibium yellowstonense sp. nov., an extremely


thermophilic, facultatively heterotrophic, sulfur-oxidizing
bacterium from Yellowstone National Park, and emended
descriptions of the genus Sulfurihydrogenibium,
Sulfurihydrogenibium subterraneum and Sulfurihydrogenibium
azorense

Nakagawa S., Shataih Z., Banta A., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2263-2268), 2005 [A.- L. Reysenbach, Department
of Biology, Portland Sate University, PO Box 751, Portland, OR
97207- 0751, United States]

1695

Nonlabens tegetincola gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel member of the


family Flavobacteriaceae isolated from a microbial mat in a
subtropical estuary

Lau S.C.K., Tsoi M.M.Y., Li X., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.


Microbiol. 55/6 (2279-2283), 2005 [P.- Y. Qian, Coastal Marine
Laboratory, Department of Biology, The Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong]

1696

Luteibacter rhizovicinus gen. nov., sp. nov., a yellow-pigmented


gammaproteobacterium isolated from the rhizosphere of barley
(Hordeum vulgare L.)

Johansen J.E., Binnerup S.J., Kroer N., Mlbak L.; Int. J. Syst.
Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2285-2291), 2005 [L. Mlbak, Department
of Bacteriology, Danish Veterinary Institute, Bulowsvej 27, DK1790 Kbenhavn V, Denmark]

1697

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Photobacterium aplysiae sp. nov., a lipolytic marine bacterium


isolated from eggs of the sea hare Aplysia kurodai

Seo H.J., Bae S.S., Yang S.H., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol.
55/6 (2293-2296), 2005 [S.- J. Kim, Marine Biotechnology
Research Centre, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute,
PO Box 29, Ansan 425- 600, South Korea]

1698

Characterization of alkaliphilic Bacillus strains used in industry:


Proposal of five novel species

Nogi Y., Takami H., Horikoshi K.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol.
55/6 (2309-2315), 2005 [Y. Nogi, Extremobiosphere Research
Center, Japan Agency for Marine- Earth Science and Technology, 215 Natsushima- cho, Yokosuka 237- 0061, Japan]

1699

Silvimonas terrae gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel chitin-degrading


facultative anaerobe belonging to the Betaproteobacteria

Yang H.- C., Im W.- T., An D.- S., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2329-2332), 2005 [S.- T. Lee, Department of
Biological Sciences, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and
Technology, 373- 1 Guseong- dong, Yuseong- gu, Daejeon 305701, South Korea]

1700

Paenibacillus alkaliterrae sp. nov., isolated from an alkaline soil in


Korea

Yoon J.- H., kang S.- J., Yeo S.- H., Oh T.- K.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2339-2344), 2005 [J.- H. Yoon, Korea Research
Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, PO Box 115, Yusong,
Taejon, South Korea]

1701

Paenibacillus mendelii sp. nov., from surface-sterilized seeds of


Pisum sativum L

Smerda
J., Sedlac ek I., Pac ova Z., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.

Microbiol. 55/6 (2351-2354), 2005 [J. Smerda,


Department of
Botany, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University Brno, Kotlarska 2,
611 37 Brno, Czech Republic]

1702

Sphingomonas yunnanensis sp. nov., a novel Gram-negative


bacterium from a contaminated plate

Zhang Y.- Q., Chen Y.- G., Li W.- J., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2361-2364), 2005 [W.- J. Li, The Key Laboratory
for Microbial Resources, Yunnan Institute of Microbiology, Yunnan
University, Kunming, Yunnan 650091, China]

1703

Thalassobius mediterraneus gen. nov., sp. nov., and reclassification of Arahal D.R., Macian M.C., Garay E., Pujalte M.J.; Int. J. Syst.
Ruegeria gelatinovorans as Thalassobius gelatinovorus comb. nov
Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2371-2376), 2005 [D.R. Arahal, Colleccion
Espanola de Cultivos Tipo, Universitat de Val`encia, Campus de
Burjassot, 46100 Val`encia, Spain]

1704

Alteromonas hispanica sp. nov., a


Martnez- Checa F., Bejar V., Llamas I., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
polyunsaturated-fatty-acid-producing, halophilic bacterium isolated Microbiol. 55/6 (2385-2390), 2005 [E. Quesada, Microbial
from Fuente de Piedra, southern Spain
Exopolysaccharide Research Group, Department of Microbiology,
University of Granada, Cartuja Campus, 18071 Granada, Spain]

1705

Conserved indels in protein sequences that are characteristics of the


phylum Actinobacteria

Gao B., Gupta R.S.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 55/6


(2401-2412), 2005 [R.S. Gupta, Department of Biochemistry and
Biomedical Sciences, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ont. L8N
3Z5, Canada]

1706

Halobacillus yeomjeoni sp. nov., isolated from a marine solar saltern


in Korea

Yoon J.- H., Kang S.- J., Lee C.- H., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2413-2417), 2005 [J.- H. Yoon, Korea Research
Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, PO Box 115, Yusong,
Taejon, South Korea]

1707

Halolactibacillus halophilus gen. nov., sp. nov. and Halolactibacillus


miurensis sp. nov., halophilic and alkaliphic marine lactic acid
bacteria constituting a phylogenetic lineage in Bacillus rRNA group
1

Ishikawa M., Nakajima K., Itamiya Y., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2427-2439), 2005 [M. Ishikawa, Department of
Fermentation Science, Faculty of Applied Bio- Science, Tokyo
University of Agriculture, 1- 1 Sakuragaoka 1- chrome, Setagayaku, Tokyo 156- 8502, Japan]

1708

Methanomethylovorans thermophila sp. nov., a thermophilic,


methylotrophic methanogen from an anaerobic reactor fed with
methanol

Jiang B., Parshina S.N., van Doesburg W., et al.; Int. J. Syst.
Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2465-2470), 2005 [B. Jiang, Laboratory of
Microbiology, Wageningen University, Hesselink van Suchtelenweg
4, 6703 CT Wageningen, Netherlands]

1709

Lactobacillus arizonensis is a letter heterotypic synonym of


Lactobacillus plantarum

Kostinek M., Pukall R., Rooney A.P., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2485-2489), 2005 [C.M.A.P. Franz, Federal
Research Centre for Nutrition and Food, Institute for Hygiene and
Toxicology, Haid- und- Neu- Strasse 9, D- 76131 Karlsruhe,
Germany]

1710

Terrabacter terrae sp. nov., a novel actinomycete isolated from in


Spain

Montero- Barrientos M., Rivas R., Velaquez E., et al.; Int. J.


Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2491-2495), 2005 [M. MonteroBarrientos, Departamento de Microbiologa y Genetica, Universidad
de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain]

1711

Halalkalicoccus tibetensis gen. nov., sp. nov., representing a novel


genus of haloalkaliphilic archaea

Xue Y., Fan H., Ventosa A., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol.
55/6 (2501-2505), 2005 [Y. Ma, State Key Laboratory of Microbial
Resources, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of
Sciences, Beijing 100080, China]

1712

Bacteroides coprosuis sp. nov., isolated from swine-manure storage


pits

Whitehead T.R., Cotta M.A., Collins M.D., et al.; Int. J. Syst.


Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2515-2518), 2005 [T.R. Whitehead,
Fermentation Biotechnology Research Unit, National Center for
Agricultural Utilization Research, USDA, 1815 N. University
Street, Peoria, IL 61604, United States]

1713

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121

Palleronia marisminoris gen. nov., sp. nov., a moderately halophilic,


exopolysaccharide-producing bacterium belonging to the
Alphaproteobacteria, isolated from a saline soil

Martnez- Checa F., Quesada E., Martnez- Canovas J., et al.; Int.
J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2525-2530), 2005 [V. Bejar,
Microbial Exopolysaccharide Research Group, Department of
Microbiology, University of Granada, Campus Universitario de
Cartuja, 18071 Granada, Spain]

1714

Haloterrigena saccharevitans sp. nov., an extremely halophilic


archaeon from Xin-Jiang, China

Xu X.- W., Liu S.- J., Tohty D., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol.
55/6 (2539-2542), 2005 [P.- J. Zhou, Institute of Microbiology,
Chinese Academy of Sciences, ZhongGuanCun, Haidian, Beijing
100080, China]

1715

Bacillus ruris sp. nov., from dairy farms

Heyndrickx M., Scheldeman P., Forsyth G., et al.; Int. J. Syst.


Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2551-2554), 2005 [M. Heyndrickx,
Department of Animal Product Quality, Centre for Agricultural
Research- Ghent, Brusselsesteenweg 370, B- 9090 Melle, Belgium]

1716

Actinoalloteichus spitiensis sp. nov., a novel actinobacterium isolated


from a cold desert of the Indian Himalayas

Singla A.K., Mayilraj S., Kudo T., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2561-2564), 2005 [S. Mayilraj, Biochemical
Engineering Research and Process Development Centre, Microbial
Type Culture Collection and Gene Bank, Institute of Microbial
Technology, Sector 39- A, Chandigarh 160 036, India]

1717

Alcaligenes aquatilis sp. nov., a novel bacterium from sediments of


the Weser Estuary, Germany, and a salt marsh on Shem Creek in
Charleston Harbor, USA

Van Trappen S., Tan T.- L., Samyn E., Vandamme P.; Int. J. Syst.
Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2571-2575), 2005 [S. Van Trappen,
Laboratorium voor Microbiologie, Vakgroep Biochemie, Fysiologie
en Microbiologie, Universiteit Gent, Gent, Belgium]

1718

Mycoplasma amphoriforme sp. nov., isolated from a patient with


chronic bronchopneumonia

Pitcher D.G., Windsor D., Windsor H., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2589-2594), 2005 [D.G. Pitcher, Respiratory and
Systemic Infection Laboratory, Health Protection Agency, Specialist
and Reference Microbiology Division, 61 Colindale Avenue,
London NW9 5HT, United Kingdom]

1719

Culturing and environmental DNA sequencing uncover hidden


kinetoplastid biodiversity and a major clade within ancestrally
freshwater Neobodo designis

von der Heyden S., Cavalier- Smith T.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2605-2621), 2005 [T. Cavalier- Smith, Department
of Zoology, University of Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1
3PS, United Kingdom]

1720

Cellular identity of an 18S rRNA gene sequence clade within the class
Kinetoplastea: The novel genus Actuariola gen. nov.
(Neobodonida) with description of the type species Actuariola
framvarensis sp. nov

Stoeck T., Schwarz M.V.J., Boenigk J., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2623-2635), 2005 [T. Stoeck, Department of
Biology, TU Kaiserslautern, Erwin- Schrodinger Str. 14, D- 67663
Kaiserslautern, Germany]

1721

Genetic variation among isolates of Alternaria spp. from select


Egyptian crops

Gherbawy Y.A.M.H.; Arch. Phytopathol. Plant Prot. 38/2


(77-89), 2005 [Dr. Y.A.M.H. Gherbawy, Botany Department,
Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena, 83523, Egypt]

1722

Nitrincola lacisaponensis gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel alkaliphilic


bacterium isolated from an alkaline, saline lake

Dimitriu P.A., Shukla S.K., Conradt J., et al.; Int. J. Syst. Evol.
Microbiol. 55/6 (2273-2278), 2005 [M.R. Mormile, Department of
Biological Sciences, University of Missouri- Rolla, Rolla, MO
65401, United States]

1723

Spiroplasma penaei sp. nov., associated with mortalities in Penaeus


vannamei, Pacific white shrimp

Nunan L.M., Lightner D.V., Oduori M.A., Gasparich G.E.; Int.


J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2317-2322), 2005 [L.M. Nunan,
Department of Veterinary Sciences and Microbiology, University of
Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721, United States]

1724

Pontibacter actiniarum gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel member of the


phylum Bacteroidetes, and proposal of Reichenbachiella gen.
nov. as a replacement for the illegitimate prokaryotic generic name
Reichenbachia Nedashkovskaya et al. 2003

Nedashkovskaya O.I., Kim S.B., Suzuki M., et al.; Int. J. Syst.


Evol. Microbiol. 55/6 (2583-2588), 2005 [O.I. Nedashkovskaya,
Pacific Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Far- Eastern Branch,
Russian Academy of Sciences, Pr. 100 Let Vladivostoku 159,
690022 Vladivostok, Russian Federation]

1725

Genetic variation of the ompA and 16S rRNA genes of Riemerella


anatipestifer

Tsai H.- J., Liu Y.- T., Tseng C.- S., Pan M.- J.; Avian Pathol.
34/1 (55-64+1), 2005 [H.- J. Tsai, Graduate Institute of Veterinary
Medicine, National Taiwan University, Taipei 106, Taiwan]

1726

Evolution and phylogeny of Rhizobium (Span)

Lloret L., Martnez- Romero E.; Rev. Latinoam. Microbiol. 47/1-2


(43-60), 2005 [E. Martnez- Romero, Centro de Ciencias Genomicas,
UNAM, Ap. Postal 565- A, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico]

1727

Phylogeny of Phellinus and related genera inferred from combined


data of ITS and mitochondrial SSU rDNA sequences

Jeong W.J., Lim Y.W., Lee J.S., Jung H.S.; J. Microbiol.


Biotechnol. 15/5 (1028-1038), 2005 [H.S. Jung, School of
Biological Sciences, Seoul National University, San 56- 1 Shillim9- dong, Kwanak- gu, Seoul 151- 747, South Korea]

1728

RT-PCR-based detection of six garlic viruses and their phylogenetic


relationships

Park K.- S., Bae Y.- J., Jung E.- J., Kang S.- J.; J. Microbiol.
Biotechnol. 15/5 (1110-1114), 2005 [S.- J. Kang, Department of
Science Education, College of Education, Ewha Womans
University, Seoul 120- 750, South Korea]

1729

Species- and site-specific bacterial communities associated with four


encrusting bryozoans from the North Sea, Germany

Kittelmann S., Harder T.; J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 327/2


(201-209), 2005 [T. Harder, Institute of Chemistry and Biology of
the Marine Environment (ICBM), Carl- von- Ossietzky University,
D- 26129 Oldenburg, Germany]

1730

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122

12. METHODS AND TECHNIQUES

Genetic variability of central European isolates of the Fusarium


graminearum species complex

Horvath Z., et al.; Eur. J. Plant Pathol.


Toth B., Mesterhazy A.,
113/1 (35-45), 2005 [B. Toth, Cereal Research Non- profit
Company, P.O. Box 391, H- 6701, Szeged, Hungary]

1731

Serological comparison and molecular characterization for


verification of calla lily chlorotic spot virus as a new tospovirus
species belonging to Watermelon silver mottle virus serogroup

Lin Y.- H., Chen T.- C., Hsu H.- T., et al.; Phytopathology 95/12
(1482-1488), 2005 [S.- D. Yeh, Department of Plant Pathology,
National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, 40227, Taiwan]

1732

Amplified fragment length polymorphism analysis and internal


transcribed spacer and coxII sequences reveal a species boundary
within Pythium irregulare

Garzon C.D., Geiser D.M., Moorman G.W.; Phytopathology


95/12 (1489-1498), 2005 [C.D. Garzon, Department of Plant
Pathology, Pennsylvania State University, University Park 16802]

1733

Comparison of Groundnut bud necrosis virus isolates based on


movement protein (NSm) gene sequences

Akram M., Jain R.K., Chaudhary V., et al.; Ann. App. Biol.
144/3 (285-289), 2004 [R.K. Jain, Unit of Plant Virology, Division
of Plant Pathology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New
Delhi 110 012, India]

1734

See also:
Comparative surface morphology of marine coelomic gregarines (Apicomplexa, Urosporidae): Pterospora floridiensis and pterospora schizosoma 1265
Determination of possible genomic changes associated with dimorphism in Campylobacter jejuni 1267
Molecular evolution of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in the metropolitan area of Cologne, Germany, from 1984 to 1998 1374
Marinomonas dokdonensis sp. nov., isolated from sea water 1641
Dokdonia donghaensis gen. nov., sp. nov., isolated from sea water 1642
Methylobacterium isbiliense sp. nov., isolated from the drinking water system of Sevilla, Spain 1643
Methylosarcina lacus sp. nov., a methanotroph from Lake Washington, Seattle, USA, and emended description of the genus Methylosarcina 1644
Shewanella pneumatophori sp. nov., an eicosapentaenoic acid-producing marine bacterium isolated from the intestines of Pacific mackerel (Pneumatophorus japonicus) 1645
Description of Gluconacetobacter swingsii sp. nov. and Gluconacetobacter rhaeticus sp. nov., isolated from Italian apple fruit 1646
Roseovarius mucosus sp. nov., a member of the Roseobacter clade with trace amounts of bacteriochlorophyll a 1647
Cyclobacterium amurskyense sp. nov., a novel marine bacterium isolated from sea water 1648
Reclassification of Alcaligenes latus strains IAM 12599T and IAM 12664 and Pseudomonas saccharophila as Azohydromonas lata gen. nov. comb. nov., Azohydromonas australica
sp. nov. and Pelomonas saccharophila gen. nov., comb. nov., respectively 1649
Deinococcus deserti sp. nov., a gamma-radiation-tolerant bacterium isolated from the Sahara Desert 1650
Enterococcus devriesei sp. nov., associated with animal sources 1654
Gramella portivictoriae sp. nov., a novel member of the family Flavobacteriaceae isolated from marine sediment 1655
Thermococcus coalescens sp. nov., a cell-fusing hyperthermophilic archaeon from Suiyo Seamount 1656
Pseudoalteromonas byusanensis sp. nov., isolated from tidal flat sediment in Korea 1657
Isolation and characterization of methylotrophic methanogens from anoxic marine sediments in Skan Bay, Alaska: Description of Methanococcoides alaskense sp. nov., and
emended description of Methanosarcina baltica 1658
Rhizobium daejeonense sp. nov. isolated from a cyanide treatment bioreactor 1659
Oryzihumus leptocrescens gen. nov., sp. nov 1660
Description of two novel species, Sphingomonas abaci sp. nov. and Sphingomonas panni sp. nov 1661
Paenibacillus assamensis sp. nov., a novel bacterium isolated from a warm spring in Assam, India 1662
Telonema antarcticum sp. nov., a common marine phagotrophic flagellate 1663
New and unreported species of mushrooms of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan 1665
Leadbetterella byssophila gen. nov., sp. nov., isolated from cotton-waste composts for the cultivation of oyster mushroom 1667
Alkalibacillus filiformis sp. nov., isolated from a mineral pool in Campania, Italy 1668
Suttonella ornithocola sp. nov., from birds of the tit families, and emended description of the genus Suttonella 1669
Taxonomy and phylogeny of Synchaetomella lunatospora, a new genus and species of synnematous fungi from Southeast Asia 1670
Multilocus sequence typing for differentiation of strains of Candida tropicalis 1765
Population structure and properties of Candida albicans, as determined by multilocus sequence typing 1766
Phylogenetic analysis of mutualistic filamentous bacteria associated with fungus-growing ants 1781
The diversity of Banana streak virus isolates in Uganda 1786
Quantification of bacteria in human feces using 16S rRNA-hybridization, DNA-staining and flow cytometry 1801

12.3. Media
Supplementation of CHROMagar candida medium with Pals medium Sahand I.H., Moragues M.D., Eraso E., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.
for rapid identification of Candida dubliniensis
43/11 (5768-5770), 2005 [J. Ponton, Departamento de Inmunologa,
Microbiologa., y Parasitologa, Facultad de Medicina Y Odontologa,
Universidad del Pas Vasco, Apartado 699, E- 48080 Bilbao,
Vizcaya, Spain]
See also:
Bioencapsulation by compression coating of probiotic bacteria for their protection in an acidic medium 970
Organic or mineral nitrogen source during Penicillium camembertii growth on a glucose limited medium 1250

12.4. Enumeration
See:
Ready-to-eat shrimp as an international vehicle of antibiotic-resistant bacteria 1472
Moulds associated with milk depending on macroclimate and geographical location 1479
Influence of a test preservative on sponge cakes under different storage conditions 1497
An optimized enumeration method for sorbitol-fermenting Bifidobacteria in water samples 1566
Identification and enumeration of Alexandrium spp. from the Gulf of Maine using molecular probes 1589

12.5. Culture Techniques


See:
Biosynthesis and identification of volatiles released by the myxobacterium Stigmatella aurantiaca 1014
Purification and properties of a xylanase from Ceriporiopsis subvermispora cultivated on Pinus taeda 1074

12.6. Commercial Kits and Assays


See:
ATP bioluminescence assay for estimation of microbial populations of fresh-cut melon 1475
2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

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12. METHODS AND TECHNIQUES

123

12.8. Immunological Techniques


Immunodiagnosis of groundnut and watermelon bud necrosis viruses
using polyclonal antiserum to recombinant nucleocapsid protein of
Groundnut bud necrosis virus

Jain R.K., Pandey A.N., Krishnareddy M., Mandal B.; J. Virol.


Methods 130/1-2 (162-164), 2005 [R.K. Jain, Unit of Plant
Virology, Division of Plant Pathology, Indian Agricultural Research
Institute, New Delhi 110012, India]

1736

Serological status for N. caninum, bovine viral diarrhea virus, and


infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus at pregnancy testing and
reproductive performance in beef herds

Waldner C.L.; Anim. Reprod. Sci. 90/3-4 (219-242), 2005 [C.L.


Waldner, Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences, Western
College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, 52
Campus Drive, Saskatoon, Sask. S7N 5B4, Canada]

1737

Development of an immunochemical method to detect Lactobacillus


kefir

Garrote G.L., Serradell M.A., Abraham A.G., et al.; Food Agric.


Immunol. 16/3 (221-233), 2005 [G.L. De Antoni, CIDCA, 47 y 116,
1900, La Plata, Argentina]

1738

A comparison of time-resolved fluoroimmunoassay and ELISA in the


detection of casein in foodstuffs

Sletten G.B., Lvberg K.E., Moen L.H., et al.; Food Agric.


Immunol. 16/3 (235-243), 2005 [G.B. Sletten, National Veterinary
Institute, PO Box 8156 Dep., N- 0033 Oslo, Norway]

1739

Production of monoclonal antibodies to Tomato leaf curl Bangalore


virus

Devaraja, Gangatirkar P., Sunitha S.N., et al.; Ann. App. Biol.


144/3 (333-338), 2004 [H.S. Savithri, Department of Biochemistry,
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560 012, India]

1740

See also:
Evaluation of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays, an immunofluorescent- antibody test, and two rapid tests (immunochromatographic-dipstick and gel tests) for serological
diagnosis of symptomatic and asymptomatic Leishmania infections in dogs 1379
New criteria for immunofluorescence assay for Q fever diagnosis in Japan 1382
TaqMan real-time reverse transcription-PCR and JDVp26 antigen capture enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay to quantify Jembrana disease virus load during the acute phase of in
vivo infection 1384
Characterisation of epitopes on barley mild mosaic virus coat protein recognised by a panel of novel monoclonal antibodies 1692

12.9. Molecular Techniques


Genotyping of Mycoplasma gallisepticum and M. synoviae by
Feberwee A., Dijkstra J.R., Von Banniseht- Wysmuller T.E., et
Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP) analysis and
al.; Vet. Microbiol. 111/1-2 (125-131), 2005 [A. Feberwee, Poultry
digitalized Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis Health Centre, Animal Health Service, P.O. Box 9, 7400 AA
Deventer, Netherlands]

1741

Impact of rapid detection of viral and atypical bacterial pathogens by


real-time polymerase chain reaction for patients with lower
respiratory tract infection

Oosterheert J.J., Van Loon A.M., Schuurman R., et al.; Clin.


Infect. Dis. 41/10 (1438-1444), 2005 [Prof. M.J.M. Bonten, Dept.
of Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, University Medical
Center, P.O. Box 85500, 3508 GA Utrecht, Netherlands]

1742

Differential expression and extent of fungal/plant and fungal/bacterial


chitinases of Aspergillus fumigatus

Taib M., Pinney J.W., Westhead D.R., et al.; Arch. Microbiol.


184/1 (78-81), 2005 [D.J. Adams, School of Biochemistry and
Microbiology, University of Leeds, LS2 9JT, Leeds, United
Kingdom]

1743

Molecular and biochemical characterization of the xlnD-encoded


3-hydroxybenzoate 6-hydroxylase involved in the degradation of
2,5-xylenol via the gentisate pathway in Pseudomonas alcaligenes
NCIMB 9867

Gao X., Tan C.L., Yeo C.C., Poh C.L.; J. Bacteriol. 187/22
(7696-7702), 2005 [C.C. Yeo, Department of Biotechnology,
Malaysia University of Science and Technology, 17 Jalan SS 7/26,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia]

1744

Direct genotyping of the poplar leaf rust fungus, Melampsora


medusae f. sp. deltoidae, using codominant PCR-SSCP markers

Bourassa M., Bernier L., Hamelin R.C.; For. Pathol. 35/4


(245-261), 2005 [M. Bourassa, Natural Resources Canada,
Canadian Forest Service, Laurentian Forestry Centre, 1055 du
P.E.P.S., P.O. Box 3800, Sainte- Foy, Que., Canada]

1745

A survey of the methods for the characterization of microbial


consortia and communities

Spiegelman D., Whissell G., Greer C.W.; Can. J. Microbiol. 51/5


(355-386), 2005 [C.W. Greer, Biotechnology Research Institute,
National Research Council Canada, 6100 Royalmount Avenue,
Montreal, Que. H4P 2R2, Canada]

1746

Real-time quantitative PCR for enteric adenovirus serotype 40 in


environmental waters

Jiang S., Dezfulian H., Chu W.; Can. J. Microbiol. 51/5


(393-398), 2005 [S. Jiang, Department of Environmental Health,
Science, and Policy, University of California, Irvine, CA 92697,
United States]

1747

Identification of plasmids by PCR-based replicon typing

Carattoli A., Bertini A., Villa L., et al.; J. Microbiol. Methods


63/3 (219-228), 2005 [A. Carattoli, Department of Infectious,
Parasitic and Immune- mediated Diseases, Istituto Superiore di
Sanit`a, Viale Regina Elena 299, 00161 Rome, Italy]

1748

Multiple displacement amplification of DNA from human colon and


rectum biopsies: Bacterial profiling and identification of
Helicobacter pylori-DNA by means of 16S rDNA-based TTGE and
pyrosequencing analysis

Monstein H.- J., Olsson C., Nilsson I., et al.; J. Microbiol.


Methods 63/3 (239-247), 2005 [H.- J. Monstein, Molecular Biology
Laboratory- LMC/IBK, University Hospital, Lab. 01, S- 581 85
Linkoping, Sweden]

1749

PCR-DGGE analysis for the identification of microbial populations


from Argentinean dry fermented sausages

Fontana C., Vignolo G., Cocconcelli P.S.; J. Microbiol. Methods


63/3 (254-263), 2005 [G. Vignolo, Centro de Referencia para
Lactobacilos (CERELA), CONICET, Chacabuco 145, 4000
Tucuman, Argentina]

1750

Development of solution phase hybridisation PCR-ELISA for the


detection and quantification of Enterococcus faecalis and
Pediococcus pentosaceus in Nurmi-type cultures

Waters S.M., Doyle S., Murphy R.A., Power R.F.G.; J. Microbiol.


Methods 63/3 (264-275), 2005 [S.M. Waters, Alltech Ireland,
Sarney, Summerhill Road, Dunboyne, Co. Meath, Ireland]

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Multiplex PCR for colony direct detection of Gram-positive


histamine- and tyramine-producing bacteria

Coton E., Coton M.; J. Microbiol. Methods 63/3 (296-304), 2005


[E. Coton, ADRIA Normandie, Boulevard du 13 juin 1944, 14310
Villers- Bocage, France]

1752

Real-time quantitative PCR detection of Mycobacterium avium subsp. Ravva S.V., Stanker L.H.; J. Microbiol. Methods 63/3 (305-317),
paratuberculosis and differentiation from other mycobacteria using 2005 [S.V. Ravva, United States Department of Agriculture,
SYBR Green and TaqMan assays
Western Regional Research Center, Foodborne Contaminants
Research Unit, 800 Buchanan St, Albany, CA 94710, United States]

1753

Microarray and allele specific PCR detection of point mutations in


Mycobacterium tuberculosis genes associated with drug resistance

Tang X., Morris S.L., Langone J.J., Bockstahler L.E.; J.


Microbiol. Methods 63/3 (318-330), 2005 [X. Tang, Center for
Devices and Radiological Health, U.S. Food and Drug
Administration, Rockville, MD 20850, United States]

1754

In situ analysis of native microbial communities in complex samples


with high particulate loads

Barra Caracciolo A., Grenni P., Cupo C., Rossetti S.; FEMS
Microbiol. Lett. 253/1 (55-58), 2005 [A. Barra Caracciolo, Water
Research Institute, CNR, Via Reno 1, 00198 Rome, Italy]

1755

Application of an electric DNA-chip for the expression analysis of


bioprocess-relevant marker genes of Bacillus subtilis

Jurgen
B., Barken K.B., Tobisch S., et al.; Biotechnol. Bioeng.
92/3 (299-307), 2005 [T. Schweder, Institute of Microbiology,
Ernst- Moritz- Arndt- University Greifswald, F.- L.- Jahnstrae 15,
D- 17487 Greifswald, Germany]

1756

Mathematical model of real-time PCR kinetics

Gevertz J.L., Dunn S.M., Roth C.M.; Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/3


(346-355), 2005 [C.M. Roth, Department of Chemical and
Biochemical Engineering, Rutgers University, 98 Brett Road,
Piscataway, NJ 08854, United States]

1757

Evaluation of quantitative real time PCR for the measurement of


Helicobacter pylori at low concentrations in drinking water

McDaniels A.E., Wymer L., Rankin C., Haugland R.; Water Res.
39/19 (4808-4816), 2005 [A.E. McDaniels, United States
Environmental Protection Agency, National Exposure Research
Laboratory, 26 West Martin Luther King Drive, Cincinnati, OH
45268- 1314, United States]

1758

Rapid detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in respiratory


samples by transcription-reverse transcription concerted reaction
with an automated system

Takakura S., Tsuchiya S., Isawa Y., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.


43/11 (5435-5439), 2005 [S. Takakura, Department of Clinical
Laboratory Medicine, Kyoto University Graduate School of
Medicine, 54 Shogoin- Kawaharacho, Sakyo- ku, Kyoto 6068507,
Japan]

1759

Comparison of real-time PCR protocols for differential laboratory


diagnosis of amebiasis

Qvarnstrom Y., James C., Xayavong M., et al.; J. Clin.


Microbiol. 43/11 (5491-5497), 2005 [A.J. Da Silva, Parasitic
Diseases Branch, Division of Parasitic Diseases, Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, 4700 Buford Highway NE, Atlanta, GA
30341- 3724, United States]

1760

Analysis of the effect of DNA purification on detection of human


papillomavirus in oral rinse samples by PCR

DSouza G., Sugar E., Ruby W., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol. 43/11
(5526-5535), 2005 [M. Gillison, Department of Oncology, Johns
Hopkins University, Cancer Research Building, 1650 Orleans St.,
Baltimore, MD 21231, United States]

1761

Automated extraction of viral-pathogen RNA and DNA for


high-throughput quantitative real-time PCR

Beuselinck K., Van Ranst M., Van Eldere J.; J. Clin. Microbiol.
43/11 (5541-5546), 2005 [K. Beuselinck, Laboratory of Molecular
Diagnostics, University Hospital Gasthuisberg, Herestraat 49, BE3000 Leuven, Belgium]

1762

Analytical verification of a PCR assay for identification of Bordetella


avium

Register K.B., Yersin A.G.; J. Clin. Microbiol. 43/11


(5567-5573), 2005 [K.B. Register, Respiratory Diseases of
Livestock Research Unit, USDA/ARS/National Animal Disease
Center, 2300 Dayton Road, Ames, IA 50010, United States]

1763

Development of a general-primer-PCR-reverse-line-blotting system


Brink A.A.T.P., Lloveras B., Nindl I., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.
for detection of beta and gamma cutaneous human papillomaviruses 43/11 (5581-5587), 2005 [P.J.F. Snijders, Department of Pathology,
VU Medical Center, De Boelelaan 1117, 1081 HV Amsterdam,
Netherlands]

1764

Multilocus sequence typing for differentiation of strains of Candida


tropicalis

Tavanti A., Davidson A.D., Johnson E.M., et al.; J. Clin.


Microbiol. 43/11 (5593-5600), 2005 [F.C. Odds, Institute of
Medical Sciences, Aberdeen, AB25 2ZD, United Kingdom]

1765

Population structure and properties of Candida albicans, as


determined by multilocus sequence typing

Tavanti A., Davidson A.D., Fordyce M.J., et al.; J. Clin.


Microbiol. 43/11 (5601-5613), 2005 [F.C. Odds, Institute of
Medical Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen AB25 2ZD,
United Kingdom]

1766

Fast ligation-mediated PCR, a fast and reliable method for


IS6110-based typing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex

Reisig F., Kremer K., Amthor B., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol. 43/11
(5622-5627), 2005 [W.H. Haas, Department of Infectious Disease
Epidemiology, Robert Koch Institute, Seestr. 10, D- 13353 Berlin,
Germany]

1767

Discriminatory power and reproducibility of novel DNA typing


methods for Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex strains

Kremer K., Arnold C., Cataldi A., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.


43/11 (5628-5638), 2005 [K. Kremer, Mycobacteria Reference
Unit, Diagnostic Laboratory for Infectious Diseases and Perinatal
Screening (LIS, Pb22), P.O. Box 1, 3720 BA Bilthoven,
Netherlands]

1768

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12. METHODS AND TECHNIQUES


Characterization of clonal complexity in tuberculosis by
mycobacterial interspersed repetitive unit-variable-number tandem
repeat typing

Garca De Viedma D., Rodriguez N.A., Andres S., et al.; J. Clin.


Microbiol. 43/11 (5660-5664), 2005 [D. Garca De Viedma, Servicio
de Microbiologa y Enfermedades Infecciosas, Hospital Gregorio
Marano n, C/ Dr. Esquerdo 46, 28007 Madrid, Spain]

125
1769

Direct detection and identification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mishra A., Singhal A., Chauhan D.S., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.
Mycobacterium bovis in bovine samples by a novel nested PCR
43/11 (5670-5678), 2005 [H.K. Prasad, Department of
assay: Correlation with conventional techniques
Biotechnology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
110029, India]

1770

Use of resequencing oligonucleotide microarrays for identification of


Streptococcus pyogenes and associated antibiotic resistance
determinants

Davignon L., Walter E.A., Mueller K.M., et al.; J. Clin.


Microbiol. 43/11 (5690-5695), 2005 [B. Lin, Center for
Bio/Molecular Science and Engineering, Naval Research
Laboratory, Washington, DC 20375, United States]

1771

Microbial risk indicators of early childhood caries

Corby P.M., Lyons- Weiler J., Bretz W.A., et al.; J. Clin.


Microbiol. 43/11 (5753-5759), 2005 [P.M. Corby, University of
Pittsburgh, School of Dental Medicine, Division of Pediatric and
Developmental Dental Sciences, 3501 Terrace St., Pittsburgh, PA
15261, United States]

1772

Use of a real-time PCR TaqMan assay for rapid identification and


differentiation of Burkholderia pseudomallei and Burkholderia
mallei

URen J.M., Van Ert M.N., Schupp J.M., et al.; J. Clin.


Microbiol. 43/11 (5771-5774), 2005 [P. Keim, Department of
Biological Sciences, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
86011- 5640, United States]

1773

Molecular identification of Rhizomucor pusillus as a cause of


sinus-orbital zygomycosis in a patient with acute myelogenous
leukemia

Iwen P.C., Freifeld A.G., Sigler L., Tarantolo S.R.; J. Clin.


Microbiol. 43/11 (5819-5821), 2005 [P.C. Iwen, Department of
Pathology and Microbiology, University of Nebraska Medical
Center, 986495 Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE 68198- 6495,
United States]

1774

Molecular identification of fungi isolated from stem tissue of Upland


cotton (Gossypium hirsutum)

Becerra- LopezLavalle L.A., Saleeba J.A., Lyon B.R.; Aust. J.


Bot. 53/6 (571-578), 2005 [B.R. Lyon, Australian Cotton
Cooperative Research Centre, School of Biological Sciences A12,
University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia]

1775

Influence of soil and host plant crop on the genetic diversity of


Azospirillum amazonense isolates

Azevedo M.D.S., Teixeira K.R.D.S., Kirchhof G., et al.;


Pedobiologia 49/6 (565-576), 2005 [K.R.D.S. Teixeira, Embrapa
Agrobiologia, BR 465, Km 47, CEP 23851- 970- Seropedica, RJ,
Brazil]

1776

A simple method for the direct detection of Salmonella and


Escherichia coli O157:H7 from raw alfalfa sprouts and spent
irrigation water using PCR

Johnston L.M., Elhanafi D., Drake M., Jaykus L.- A.; J. Food
Protection 68/11 (2256-2263), 2005 [L.- A. Jaykus, Department of
Food Science, College of Life Science and Agriculture, North
Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695- 7624, United States]

1777

Use of oligonucleotide array for identification of six foodborne


pathogens and Pseudomonas aeruginosa grown on selective media

Miao C.L., Ay H.H., Hau Y.T., et al.; J. Food Protection 68/11


(2278-2286), 2005 [C.C. Tsung, Department of Medical Laboratory
Science and Biotechnology, School of Medicine, National Cheng
Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan]

1778

Concurrent infection with WSSV and MBV in Tiger prawn, Penaeus


monodon (Fabricious) in West Bengal and their detection using
PCR and DNA Dot-blot hybridization technique

Mishra S.S., Shekhar M.S., Azad I.S.; Indian J. Biotechnol. 4/4


(506-515), 2005 [S.S. Mishra, Biotechnology Laboratory, Central
Inland Fisheries Research Institute (ICAR), Barrackpore, Kolkata
700 120, India]

1779

Optimal sampling time after preparation of platelet concentrates for


detection of bacterial contamination by quantitative real-time
polymerase chain reaction

Mohammadi T., Pietersz R.N.I., Scholtalbers L.A.H., et al.; Vox


Sang. 89/4 (208-214), 2005 [H.W. Reesink, Sanquin Blood Bank
North West Region, Plesmanlaan 125, 1066 CX Amsterdam,
Netherlands]

1780

Phylogenetic analysis of mutualistic filamentous bacteria associated


with fungus-growing ants

Cafaro M.J., Currie C.R.; Can. J. Microbiol. 51/6 (441-446),


2005 [M.J. Cafaro, Department of Biology, University of Puerto
Rico - Mayaguez, P.O. Box 9012, Mayaguez, PR 00681, Puerto
Rico]

1781

Molecular analysis of a consortium of ruminal microbes that detoxify


pyrrolizidine alkaloids

Lodge- Ivey S.L., Rappe M.S., Johnston W.H., et al.; Can. J.


Microbiol. 51/6 (455-465), 2005 [A.M. Craig, College of Veterinary
Medicine, Oregon State University, 105 Magruder Hall, Corvallis,
OR 97331, United States]

1782

HasF, a TolC-homolog of Serratia marcescens, is involved in


energy-dependent efflux

Kumar A., Worobec E.A.; Can. J. Microbiol. 51/6 (497-500),


2005 [E.A. Worobec, Department of Microbiology, University of
Manitoba, Winnipeg, Man. R3T 2N2, Canada]

1783

Antifungal susceptibility and genotypical pattern of Microsporum


canis strains

Brilhante R.S.N., Cordeiro R.A., Medrano D.J.A., et al.; Can. J.


Microbiol. 51/6 (507-510), 2005 [R.S.N. Brilhante, Faculty of
Veterinary, Post- Graduation Program in Veterinary Science, State
University of Ceara, Fortaleza- CE, Brazil]

1784

DNA sequence of the Escherichia coli O103 O antigen gene cluster


and detection of enterohemorrhagic E. coli O103 by PCR
amplification of the wzx and wzy genes

Fratamico P.M., DebRoy C., Strobaugh Jr. T.P., Chen C.- Y.;
Can. J. Microbiol. 51/6 (515-522), 2005 [P.M. Fratamico, Eastern
Regional Research Center, Agricultural Research Service, U.S.
Department of Agriculture, 600 East Mermaid Lane, Wyndmoor,
PA 19038, United States]

1785

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12. METHODS AND TECHNIQUES

The diversity of Banana streak virus isolates in Uganda

Harper G., Hart D., Moult S., et al.; Arch. Virol. 150/12
(2407-2420), 2005 [Dr. G. Harper, Department of Disease and
Stress Biology, John Innes Centre, Colney Lane, Norwich, NR4
7UH, United Kingdom]

1786

Rapid detection and differentiation of Newcastle disease virus by


real-time PCR with melting-curve analysis

Pham H.M., Konnai S., Usui T., et al.; Arch. Virol. 150/12
(2429-2438), 2005 [Dr. K. Ohashi, Department of Disease Control,
Graduate School OfVeterinary Medicine, Hokkaido University,
Sapporo 060- 0818, Japan]

1787

Molecular epidemiology of African swine fever in East Africa

Lubisi B.A., Bastos A.D.S., Dwarka R.M., Vosloo W.; Arch.


Virol. 150/12 (2439-2452), 2005 [Dr. A.D.S. Bastos, Mammal
Research Institute, Department of Zoology and Entomology,
University of Pretoria, Pretoria 0002, South Africa]

1788

Characterization of a late expression gene, Open reading frame 128 of An S.- H., Wang D., Zhang- Nv Y., et al.; Arch. Virol. 150/12
Helicoverpa armigera single nucleocapsid nucleopolyhedrovirus
(2453-2466), 2005 [Dr. C.- X. Zhang, Institute of Applied
Entomology, Zhejiang University, Kaixuan Road 268, Hangzhou
310029, China]

1789

Comparative sequence analysis of the eastern equine encephalitis


virus pathogenic strains FL91-4679 and GA97 to other north
American strains

Platteborze P.L., Kondig J.P., Schoepp R.J., Wasieloski Jr. L.P.;


DNA Sequence J. DNA Sequencing Mapp. 16/4 (308-320), 2005
[Dr. P.L. Platteborze, Tripler Army Medical Center, Forensic
Toxicology Drug Testing Laboratory, ATTN: MCHK- FT Bldg. 40,
1 Jarrett White Rd., Tripler AMC, HI 96859- 5000, United States]

1790

A set of multicolored Photinus pyralis luciferase mutants for in vivo


bioluminescence applications

Shapiro E., Lu C., Baneyx F.; Protein Eng. Des. Sel. 18/12
(581-587), 2005 [F. Baneyx, Department of Chemical Engineering,
University of Washington, Box 351750, Seattle, WA 98195- 1750,
United States]

1791

Development of polymerase chain reaction and fluorescent in situ


hybridisation techniques for the detection of a bacterial strain that
degrades the cyanobacterial toxin microcystin LR

Bourne D.G., Blakeley R.L., Riddles P., Jones G.J.; Mar. Freshw.
Res. 56/8 (1127-1135), 2005 [D.G. Bourne, CSIRO Land and
Water, PMB 3, Griffith, NSW 2680, Australia]

1792

Microbial characterization of excessive growing biofilm in sewer lines Lee Y.- O., Park J.- H., Park J.- K.; J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 15/5
using molecular technique
(938-945), 2005 [Y.- O. Lee, Department of Bio- Sciences, Daegu
University, Kyung- San, Kyung- Buk 712- 714, South Korea]

1793

Detection and identification of Phytophthora species in southern Italy


by RFLP and sequence analysis of PCR-amplified nuclear
ribosomal DNA

Camele I., Marcone C., Cristinzio G.; Eur. J. Plant Pathol. 113/1
(1-14), 2005 [I. Camele, Dipartimento di Biologia, Difesa e
Biotecnologie Agro- Forestali, Universit`a degli Studi Della
Basilicata, Viale dellAteneo Lucano 10, 85100, Potenza, Italy]

1794

Development of PCR-based detection methods for the quarantine


phytopathogen Synchytrium endobioticum, causal agent of potato
wart disease

Van Den Boogert P.H.J.F., Van Gent- Pelzer M.P.E., Bonants


P.J.M., et al.; Eur. J. Plant Pathol. 113/1 (47-57), 2005 [P.H.J.F.
Van Den Boogert, Plant Research International BV, 166700, AA
Wageningen, Netherlands]

1795

Molecular analysis and organization of the  B operon in


Staphylococcus aureus

Senn M.M., Giachino P., Homerova D., et al.; J. Bacteriol.


187/23 (8006-8019), 2005 [M. Bischoff, Department of Medical
Microbiology, University of Zurich, Gloriastr. 32, 8006 Zurich,
Switzerland]

1796

Genome-wide transcriptional analysis of the phosphate starvation


stimulon of Bacillus subtilis

Allenby N.E.E., OConnor N., Pragai Z., et al.; J. Bacteriol.


187/23 (8063-8080), 2005 [C.R. Harwood, Cell and Molecular BioSciences, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Newcastle upon
Tyne NE2 4HH, United Kingdom]

1797

High genetic diversity among strains of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp.


vasinfectum from cotton in Ivory Coast

Abo K., Klein K.K., Edel- Hermann V., et al.; Phytopathology


95/12 (1391-1396), 2005 [V. Edel- Hermann, UMR Microbiologie
et Geochimie des Sols, INRA- Universite de Bourgogne, CMSE, 17
rue Sully, 21065 Dijon Cedex, France]

1798

Use of quantitative molecular diagnostic assays to investigate


Fusarium dry rot in potato stocks and soil

Cullen D.W., Toth I.K., Pitkin Y., et al.; Phytopathology 95/12


(1462-1471), 2005 [A.K. Lees, Scottish Crop Research Institute,
Invergowrie, Dundee, DD2 5DA, United Kingdom]

1799

Preliminary application of rep-PCR in epidemiological research of


extended spetrum -lactamase (ESBL) + Escherichia coli (Chin)

Ma L., Yang D., Wang Y.; J. XiAn Jiaotong Univ. Med. Sci. 26/5
(505-507), 2005 [L. Ma, Department of Clinical Laboratory, First
Hospital of Xian Jiaotong University, Xian 710061, China]

1800

See also:
Recovery of Partial 16S rDNA Sequences Suggests the Presence of Crenarchaeota in the Human Digestive Ecosystem 1336
Development of one-step, real-time, quantitative reverse transcriptase PCR assays for absolute quantitation of human coronaviruses OC43 and 229E 1375
Rapid identification of human adenovirus types 3 and 7 from respiratory specimens via multiplex type-specific PCR 1378
Multicenter evaluation of BBL CHROMagar MRSA medium for direct detection of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus from surveillance cultures of the anterior nares 1381
Quantitative nucleic acid sequence-based assay as a new molecular tool for detection and quantification of Leishmania parasites in skin biopsy samples 1383
TaqMan real-time reverse transcription-PCR and JDVp26 antigen capture enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay to quantify Jembrana disease virus load during the acute phase of in
vivo infection 1384
PCR analysis of Egyptian respiratory adenovirus isolates, including identification of species, serotypes, and coinfections 1385
Comparative sequence analysis of the large polymerase protein (L) gene of peste-des-petits ruminants (PPR) vaccine virus of Indian origin 1388
Development and application of oligonucleotide probes for in situ detection of thermotolerant Campylobacter in chicken faecal and liver samples 1463
Population dynamics of Cytophaga-Flavobacteria during marine phytoplankton blooms analyzed by real-time quantitative PCR 1582
Application of a direct fluorescence-based live/dead staining combined with fluorescence in situ hybridization for assessment of survival rate of Bacteroides spp. in drinking
water 1682
Serological comparison and molecular characterization for verification of calla lily chlorotic spot virus as a new tospovirus species belonging to Watermelon silver mottle virus
serogroup 1732
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12.10. Biochemical Techniques


Quantification of bacteria in human feces using 16S
rRNA-hybridization, DNA-staining and flow cytometry

Vaahtovuo J., Korkeamaki M., Munukka E., et al.; J. Microbiol.


Methods 63/3 (276-286), 2005 [J. Vaahtovuo, Turku University,
Department of Medical Microbiology, Kiinamyllynkatu 13, 20520
Turku, Finland]

1801

Transfection of HeLa-cells with pEGFP plasmid by impedance


power-assisted electroporation

Glahder J., Norrild B., Persson M.B., Persson B.R.R.;


Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/3 (267-276), 2005 [B.R.R. Persson, Medical
Radiation Physics Department, Lund University, SE- 22185 Lund,
Sweden]

1802

Proteome analysis to assess physiological changes in Escherichia coli


grown under glucose-limited fed-batch conditions

Raman B., Nandakumar M.P., Muthuvijayan V., Marten M.R.;


Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92/3 (384-392), 2005 [Dr. M.R. Marten,
Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, University
of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), 1000 Hilltop Circle,
Baltimore, MD 21250, United States]

1803

Ascospore release from bottle-shaped asci in Dipodascus albidus

Van Heerden A., Kock J.L.F., Botes P.J., et al.; FEMS Yeast Res.
5/12 (1185-1190), 2005 [J.L.F. Kock, UNESCO- MIRCEN,
Department of Microbial, Biochemical and Food Biotechnology,
University of the Free State, P.O. Box 339, Bloemfontein 9301,
South Africa]

1804

Amperometric, screen-printed, glucose biosensor for analysis of


human plasma samples using a biocomposite water-based carbon
ink incorporating glucose oxidase

Crouch E., Cowell D.C., Hoskins S., et al.; Anal. Biochem. 347/1
(17-23), 2005 [J.P. Hart, Centre for Research in Analytical,
Materials, and Sensors Science, Faculty of Applied Sciences,
University of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom]

1805

Serotype specificity of adenovirus purification using anion-exchange


chromatography

Konz J.O., Livingood R.C., Bett A.J., et al.; Hum. Gene Ther.
16/11 (1346-1353), 2005 [Dr. J.O. Konz, Merck and Co., Mailstop
WP42A- 20, P.O. Box 4, West Point, PA 19486, United States]

1806

Use of biochemical kinetic data to determine strain relatedness among De La Torre E., Tello M., Mateu E.M., Torre E.; J. Clin.
Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica isolates
Microbiol. 43/11 (5419-5424), 2005 [E. De La Torre, Departament
de Sanitat i Anatomia Animals, Facilitat de Veterin`aria, Universitat
Aut`onoma de Barcelona, 08193 Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain]

1807

Assessment of band-based similarity coefficients for automatic type


and subtype classification of microbial isolates analyzed by
pulsed-field gel electrophoresis

Carrico J.A., Pinto F.R., Simas C., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.


43/11 (5483-5490), 2005 [J.A. Carrico, Biomathematics Group,
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Rua da Quinta Grande 6, 2780- 156
Oeiras, Portugal]

1808

Tracking methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus clones in


Colombian hospitals over 7 years (1996-2003): Emergence of a
new dominant clone

Cruz C., Moreno J., Renzoni A., et al.; Int. J. Antimicrob. Agents
26/6 (457-462), 2005 [C.A. Arias, Division of Infectious Diseases,
University of Texas Medical School at Houston, MSB2.112, 6431
Fannin Street, Houston, TX, United States]

1809

Substrate specificity of glucose dehydrogenase (GDH) of


Enterobacter asburiae PSI3 and rock phosphate solubilization with
GDH substrates as C sources

Sharma V., Kumar V., Archana G., Kumar G.N.; Can. J.


Microbiol. 51/6 (477-482), 2005 [G.N. Kumar, Department of
Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, M. S. University of Baroda,
Vadodara- 390002, Gujarat, India]

1810

An improved method for detection and quantification of chitinase


activities

Guthrie J.L., Khalif S., Castle A.J.; Can. J. Microbiol. 51/6


(491-495), 2005 [A.J. Castle, Department of Biological Sciences,
Brock University, St. Catharines, Ont. L2S 3A1, Canada]

1811

Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis gel expansion (DGGEGE) An attempt to resolve the limitations of co-migration in the DGGE
of complex polymicrobial communities

Gafan G.P., Spratt D.A.; FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 253/2 (303-307),


2005 [D.A. Spratt, Division of Microbial Diseases, UCL Eastman
Dental Institute, 256 Grays Inn Road, London WC1X 8LD, United
Kingdom]

1812

Immunoaffinity column clean-up and liquid chromatography with


post-column derivatization for analysis of aflatoxins in traditional
Chinese medicine

Yang M.- H., Chen J.- M., Zhang X.- H.; Chromatographia
62/9-10 (499-504), 2005 [J.- M. Chen, Institute of Medicinal Plant
Development, Chinese Academy of Medical Science, Peking Union
Medical College, Beijing 100094, China]

1813

Biochemical and functional characterization of phosphoserine


Ali V., Nozaki T.; Mol. Biochem. Parasitol. 145/1 (71-83), 2006
aminotransferase from Entamoeba histolytica, which possesses both [T. Nozaki, Department of Parasitology, Gunma University,
phosphorylated and non-phosphorylated serine metabolic pathways Graduate School of Medicine, 3- 39- 22 Showa- Machi, Maebashi,
Gunma 371- 8511, Japan]

1814

Characterization of intact Penicillium spores by matrix-assisted laser


desorption/ionization mass spectrometry

Chen H.- Y., Chen Y.- C.; Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom. 19/23
(3564-3568), 2005 [Y.- C. Chen, Department of Applied Chemistry,
National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu 300, Taiwan]

1815

Use of electrospray ionization mass spectrometry for profiling of


crude oil effects on the phospholipid molecular species of two
marine bacteria

Mazzella N., Molinet J., Syakti A.D., et al.; Rapid Commun. Mass
Spectrom. 19/23 (3579-3588), 2005 [P. Doumenq, Laboratoire de
Chimie Analytique de lEnvironnement, UMR 6171, Europole de
lArbois, BP 80, 13545 Aix- en- Provence Cedex 4, France]

1816

See also:
Pasteurella multocida toxin-induced activation of RhoA is mediated via two families of G proteins, Gq and G12/13 1177
Proteomic characterization of Yersinia pestis virulence 1192
Genetic and biochemical analysis of the twin-arginine translocation pathway in halophilic archaea 1233
Antigenic divergence of Bordetella pertussis isolates in Taiwan 1376
Molecular and biochemical characterization of the xlnD-encoded 3-hydroxybenzoate 6-hydroxylase involved in the degradation of 2,5-xylenol via the gentisate pathway in
Pseudomonas alcaligenes NCIMB 9867 1744
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12.12. Evaluation of Anti-Microbial Compounds


Effect of phenolic compounds on the in vitro growth of two fungi
associated with Ips typographus

Salle A., Monclus R., Yart A., Lieutier F.; For. Pathol. 35/4
(298-304), 2005 [A. Salle, Department of Entomology, University
of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706, United States]

1817

In vitro activities of anidulafungin against more than 2,500 clinical


isolates of Candida spp., including 315 isolates resistant to
fluconazole

Pfaller M.A., Boyken L., Hollis R.J., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.


43/11 (5425-5427), 2005 [M.A. Pfaller, Medical Microbiology
Division, Department of Pathology, University of Iowa College of
Medicine, Iowa City, IA 52242, United States]

1818

Relationship between MIC and minimum sterol


14-demethylation- inhibitory concentration as a factor in
evaluating activities of azoles against various fungal species

Shimokawa O., Niimi M., Kikuchi K., et al.; J. Clin. Microbiol.


43/11 (5547-5549), 2005 [O. Shimokawa, Department of
Microbiology, Nihon Pharmaceutical University, 10281 Komuro,
Ina- cho, Kita- adachi- gun, Saitama 326- 0806, Japan]

1819

Human cytomegalovirus-inhibitory flavonoids: Studies on antiviral


activity and mechanism of action

Evers D.L., Chao C.- F., Wang X., et al.; Antiviral Res. 68/3
(124-134), 2005 [E.- S. Huang, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer
Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill,
NC 27599- 7295, United States]

1820

Evaluation of dendrimer SPL7013, a lead microbicide candidate


against herpes simplex viruses

Gong E., Matthews B., McCarthy T., et al.; Antiviral Res. 68/3
(139-146), 2005 [E. Gong, Johnson and Johnson Corporation, Gen
De Wittelaan L11 B3, 2800 Mechelen, Belgium]

1821

A novel inhibitor of respiratory syncytial virus isolated from


ethnobotanicals

Ojwang J.O., Wang Y.- H., Wyde P.R., et al.; Antiviral Res. 68/3
(163-172), 2005 [J.O. Ojwang, ZymeTx, Inc., 655 Research
Parkway, Oklahoma City, OK 73104, United States]

1822

Pentadactylin: An antimicrobial peptide from the skin secretions of


the South American bullfrog Leptodactylus pentadactylus

King J.D., Al- Ghaferi N., Abraham B., et al.; Comp. Biochem.
Physiol. C Toxicol. Pharmacol. 141/4 (393-397), 2005 [J.M.
Conlon, Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine and
Health Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, 17666 Al- Ain,
United Arab Emirates]

1823

Algicidal and antifungal compounds from the roots of Ruta


graveolens and synthesis of their analogs

Meepagala K.M., Schrader K.K., Wedge D.E., Duke S.O.;


Phytochemistry 66/22 (2689-2695), 2005 [K.M. Meepagala, USDAARS, Natural Products Utilization Research Unit, P.O. Box 8048,
University, MS 38677, United States]

1824

Antifungal activities of extracts from Thai medicinal plants against


opportunistic fungal pathogens associated with AIDS patients

Phongpaichit S., Subhadhirasakul S., Wattanapiromsakul C.;


Mycoses 48/5 (333-338), 2005 [Dr. S. Phongpaichit, Department of
Microbiology, Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University, Hat
Yai, Songkhla 90112, Thailand]

1825

13. GENERAL CONCEPTS


List of fungi relevant in ethnomycology and biotechnology (Germ)

Kreisel H.; Feddes Repert. 116/5-6 (339-391), 2005 [Dr. H.


Kreisel, Zur Schwedenschanze 4, D- 17498 Potthagen, Germany]

1826

Microbiology: Bacterial speech bubbles

Winans S.C.; Nature 437/7057 (330), 2005 [S.C. Winans,


Department of Microbiology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853,
United States]

1827

Difficulties in estimating microbial growth parameters by using


logistic model (Chin)

Zhang H., Jin J., Liu B., Gao P.; Chin. J. App. Eviron. Biol. 11/5
(595-599), 2005 [P. Gao, State Key Laboratory of Microbial
Technology, Shandong University, Jinan 250100, China]

1828

13.1. Reviews
The most widely recognized mushroom: Chemistry of the genus
Amanita

Li C., Oberlies N.H.; Life Sci. 78/5 (532-538), 2005 [N.H.


Oberlies, Natural Products Laboratory, Research Triangle Institute,
3040 Cornwallis Rd., Res. Triangle Park, NC 27709- 2194, United
States]

1829

Deinococcus radiodurans - The consummate survivor

Cox M.M., Battista J.R.; Nat. Rev. Microbiol. 3/11 (882-892),


2005 [J.R. Battista, Department of Biological Sciences, Louisiana
State University, A and M College, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, United
States]

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See also:
Current concepts in travelers diarrhea: Epidemiology, antimicrobial resistance and treatment 1387
Microbial ecology of methane emission in rice agroecosystem: A review 1533

2006 Elsevier Science B.V.

AUTHOR INDEX

Aas J.A. 1772


Abbaskhan A. 1207
Abbaszadegan M. 1451
Abbo S. 1432
Abdel-Motaal H. 1325
Abo K. 1798
Abo M. 1195
Abraham A.G. 1738
Abraham B. 1823
Abraham T.E. 1042
Abranches J. 1073
Acha S.J. 1337
Acosta B. 1394
Acosta F. 1394
Adachi H. 943
Adamczak M. 1083
Adams A. 1674
Adams D.J. 1743
Adams V. 1368
Addo P.A. 1607
Adhikari A. 1534
Adomas A. 1416
Adour L. 1250
Adriaensen K. 1316
Afzal Khan S. 1031
Agawin N.S.R. 1595
Aggarwal M. 1193
Agle L.M.A. 1373
Agust S. 1595
Ahlawat Y.S. 1734
Ahmadi-Esfahani F.Z. 1128
Ahmed S. 1031
Ahn J.-H. 1544
Ahn K. 1199
Ahn T.-S. 1593
Ahrne S. 1749
Aisen P. 1169
Ajwa H. 1552
Akani N.P. 1486
Akimoto H. 1228
Akira S. 1189
Akram M. 1734
Aktories K. 1177
Al-Ahmed M.I. 995
Al-Ghaferi N. 1823
Al-Horani F.A. 1563
Al-Masry W.A. 995
Al-Qutob M. 1599
Ala-Poikela M. 1403
Alamanos Y.P. 1568
Alamprese C. 1529
Alaniz R.C. 1361
Alarcon C. 1302
Alayli A. 1513
Albanesi D. 1170
Alberto F. 1289
Alberts J.F. 1607
Alcantara A.R. 1081
Alexander S. 1514
Ali A. 931
Ali V. 1814
Aliverti A. 1202
Alkasrawi M. 937
Allenby N.E.E. 1797
Allender C.J. 1120
Alles M.S. 1344
Allgaier M. 1647
Almadidy A. 1046
Almaguer C. 1243
Almeida J.S. 1808
Almeida R. 1652
Almeida-Vara E. 997
Almy T. 1510
Alongi A. 1398
Alonso G.D. 1291
Alum A. 1451
Alvarez-Cohen L. 1671
Alves M.M. 1029
Amadi E.N. 1458, 1486
Amad`o R. 1341
Amagai M. 1183
Ames R.P. 1277
Amrane A. 1250
Amthor B. 1767
An D.-J. 980
An D.-S. 1700
An S.-H. 1789
Anagnostakis S. 1444
Ananth S.L. 1362
Andersen R.A. 1604
Anderson D.M. 1589
Andersson M.A. 1203
Andres S. 1769
Andresen L.O. 1183
Andress E.L. 1469
Andriankaja A. 1322
Anisimov A.P. 1365
Anke H. 1198
Annamalai T. 1478

Anon M.C. 1738


Antonic O. 1531
Antunes O.A.C. 1076
Apetroaie C. 1203
Appel B. 1345
Appleman J.R. 1822
Arahal D.R. 1704
Arai H. 1142
Arango P C. 1566
Archana G. 1810
Arditi M. 1373
Arias C.A. 1809
Arias E. 973
Ariati L. 1306
Arimitsu H. 1218
Arnold C. 1768
Arnou B. 1269
Arocha Y. 1652
Arrigo K.R. 1570
Arrigoni E. 1341
Arthur T.M. 1465
Artiushin S. 1363
Artyomov A.V. 1251
Arunagiri A. 1026
Asakura H. 1481
Asakura Y. 1342
Asano T. 1340
Ashe A.M.H. 1452
Asiegbu F.O. 1416
Aspe E. 1027
Ateka E.M. 1411
Ather A. 1091
Atta-ur-Rahman 1207
Attoui H. 1680
Attree I. 1287
Aubert C. 1156
Auld B.A. 1430
Auman A.J. 1644
Auria R. 1059
Awasthi S.K. 1256
Ay H.H. 1778
Aymerich T. 1511
Ayte J. 1201
Ayub N. 1666
Azad I.S. 1779
Azam F. 1582
Azevedo J.E. 1185
Azevedo M.D.S. 1776
Azzazy H.M.E. 945
Azzopardi K. 1179
Ba A.M. 1303
Baayen R.P. 1795
Babica P. 1347
Badgujar M.D. 1016
Bae H. 1424
Bae H.-S. 1659
Bae J. 1060
Bae K.-D. 1611
Bae K.S. 1648, 1657, 1725
Bae S.S. 1698
Bae Y.-J. 1729
Baek J.-H. 1659
Bagnyukova T. 1153
Bahl M.I. 1123
Bahn Y.-S. 1246
Bai F. 1167
Bai Y. 1048, 1167
Bailey B.A. 1424
Bailey J.S. 1477
Bailey T.B. 1489
Bais H.P. 1323
Baixas-Nogueras S. 1476
Bak K.S. 1657
Bakhteeva I.V. 1365
Bakker H.H.C. 1049
Bakker R.G. 1283
Bakker-Zierikzee A.M. 1344
Balague V. 1583
Balakhonov S.V. 1365
Balbalian C. 1444
Balcells J. 1343
Balconi E. 1202
Baldani J.I. 1776
Balebona M.C. 1516
Ballagi A. 1456
Ballerini V. 1631
Bandaru V.V.R. 993
Bandi S. 979
Bandyopadhyay A. 1112
Bandyopadhyay S.K. 1388
Banerjee R. 1043
Baneyx F. 1791
Bani-Yaghoub M. 1127
Banks C. 1097
Banks I.R. 1205
Banno S. 1279
Bano N. 1579
Banta A. 1695

Bibi E. 1229
Bidartondo M.I. 1293
Biebl H. 1647
Bierman R. 1444
Bindels J.G. 1344
Binnerup S.J. 1697
Bird A. 1182
Bischoff M. 1796
Bissoon S. 1055
Bizukojc M. 1253
Bjokroth J. 1654
Bjornsson L. 1041
Blackman I.C. 1495
Blaha L. 1347
Blakeley R.L. 1792
Blanco M. 1247
Bledsoe C.S. 1311
Bluhm B.H. 1433
Blumer S.E. 1413
Boaventura R.A.R. 1096
Bockstahler L.E. 1754
Bode H.B. 1014
Boden D. 1008
Boenigk J. 1721
Bohlken R.E. 1782
Bohme F. 1562
Boiler T. 1296
Boisson-Dernier A. 1322
Bollinger R.R. 1356
Bonants P.J.M. 1795
Bonet M.E.B. 1527
Bonfante P. 1315
Bonfils S. 1254
Bongaerts G. 1338
Bonnet M. 1492
Bonten M.J.M. 1742
Boone D.R. 1658
Boonham N. 1799
Boravleva E.Y. 1386
Borelli B.M. 1163
Borge G.I. 1509
Bornscheuer U.T. 1083
Borovicka B. 1006
Bortz D.M. 1235
Bosilevac J.M. 1465
Botelho C.M.S. 1096
Botella F. 1404
Botella L. 1289
Botes P.J. 1804
Bottrell S.H. 1553
Boudot J.-P. 1546
Bouillenne F. 997
Bouix M. 1628
Boumenna T. 1772
Bourassa M. 1745
Bourne D.G. 1792
Bourret R.B. 1283
Bouza E. 1769
Bover-Cid S. 1476, 1511
Bovin N.V. 1386
Bowers J.H. 1424
Bownik A. 1392
Bowser S.S. 1586
Boyce A. 1078
Boyd M.R. 1008
Boyd P.W. 1597
Boyken L. 1818
Bradbury J.M. 1719
Brade V. 1367
Brady S.F. 1132
Brain K.R. 1120
Brandelli A. 1485
Branduardi P. 986
Brannigan J.A. 1276
Bratkovskaja I. 1051
Bratu S. 1630
Braun P. 1464
Braunstein M. 1146
Bravo D. 1493
Breeuwer P. 1466
Brennwald A. 1686
Bretz W.A. 1772
Breuer M. 1068
Breuil C. 1417
Brichac J. 1063
Brilhante R.S.N. 1784
Brink A.A.T.P. 1764
Brinsmade S.R. 1258
Brittingham A. 1277
Brittnacher M. 1259
Britton P. 1402
Broekaert W. 958
Broer I. 1108
Brost I.M. 1607
Brouns F. 1341
Broussolle V. 1289
Brown J.K. 1410
Brown Jr. T.A. 1073
Bruckner D.A. 1381

Bao S. 939
Baranyi J. 1456
Barbara D.J. 1429
Barber P.A. 1687
Barbosa T.M. 942
Barbour J.P. 1095
Barg E. 1411
Barger N.N. 1556
Barimalaa I.S. 1458
Barken K.B. 1756
Barker D.G. 1322
Barker I. 1799
Barkocy-Gallagher G.A. 1465
Barlocher F. 1689
Barnes A.C. 1171
Barone M. 1524
Barra Caracciolo A. 1755
Barrozo C.P. 1771
Bartok T. 1731
Bartowsky E. 934
Bartucci R. 1629
Bashan Y. 987
Basilio A. 946
Bassler B.L. 1188
Bastos A.D.S. 1788
Batool Z. 1313
Battista J.R. 1830
Bauer A.L. 1235
Bauer C.E. 1232
Bauer F.F. 1352
Bauer W.D. 1231
Baumann A.R. 1490
Baumert A. 1092
Bautista G. 1025
Bawa A.S. 1499
Bayly J.C. 1352
Bazire A. 1197
Beauchamp V.B. 1321
Beccari M. 1045
Becerra M. 1505
Becerra-LopezLavalle
L.A. 1775
Beck E. 1202
Beck S. 1345
Becka S. 951
Becker H.C. 1092
Becker J. 1174
Bednarski W. 1083
Beer S.V. 1412
Begley T.P. 1147
Behar A. 1334
Behnke A. 1721
Bejar V. 1705, 1714
Belafi-Bako K. 976
Belanger M. 1173
1343
Belenguer A.
Belhouchet M. 1680
Beller H.R. 1620
Belliveau M.J.-R. 1689
Belnap J. 1556
Ben-David I. 1235
Benedetto A. 1315
Beneitez De La Mano E. 1507
Bennett G.N. 1248
Benoni C. 1749
Beresford T.P. 1530
Berger-Bachi B. 1796
Berggren K.N. 1364
Bergman M.A. 1361
Berloco P. 1524
Bernal C. 936
Bernal-Martnez A. 1022
Bernard K. 1653
Berney M. 971
Bernhard A.E. 1558
Bernhardt A. 1345
Bernier L. 1745
Berry M. 1377
Berta G. 1306
Bertini A. 1748
Bertrand J.-C. 1816
Beschkov V. 1057
Bett A.J. 1806
Beuselinck K. 1762
Beveridge T.J. 1348, 1695
Bevilacqua A. 1484
Bezirtzoglou E.Eb. 1568
Bhagwath A.A. 1541
Bharadwaj S.S. 1770
Bhat P.J. 1226
Bhat T.K. 1162
Bhatia D. 991
Bhatt A. 1219
Bhattacharjee R.N. 1189
Bhattacharya A. 1662
Bhupathiraju V.K. 1671
Bhuvaneswari G. 1216
Bi F. 977
Biagini P. 1680

Brumos J. 1111
Bucio A. 1517
Buck J. 1138
Buck K.R. 1585
Bukawa W. 1339
Bultel Y. 998
Burgard A.P. 917
Burgess T.J. 1687
Burkhardt H. 1634
Burne R.A. 1073
Burrows L.L. 1355
Busse H.-J. 1661
Butler A. 1601
Butler R.C. 1113
Buts L. 1131
Buzek F. 1553
Buzzini P. 1639
Bykowski T. 1367
Cabrefiga J. 1414
Caesar A. 1538
Cafaro M.J. 1781
Caffall Z.F. 962
Cai Y. 1382
Cairo J. 936
Camarena L. 1282
Camele I. 1794
Cammue B. 958
Camp H. 1379
Campaniello D. 1484
Campos D.T. 1467, 1468
Campos J. 1653
Candela T. 1148
Cantaloube J.-F. 1680
Cantarella L. 975
Cantarella M. 975
Cao H. 1037
Cao Z. 1070
Capelli G. 1379
Caracappa S. 1398
Carattoli A. 1748
Carleer R. 1316
Carlier J.-P. 1653
Carlin F. 1289
Carnicero A. 973
Carniel E. 1181
Carr G.M. 1576
Carr`ere H. 1022
Carrico J.A. 1808
Carrillo F. 1086
Carroll K.C. 1381
Caruso M.L. 1524
Carvalho L.F.O.S. 1482
Casadevall A. 1169
Casalot L. 1059
Casamayor E.O. 1595
Casanova-Katny M.A. 1317
Castaneda E. 1809
Castillo M. 1501, 1502, 1503
Castle A.J. 1811
Castro P.M.L. 1602
Catala A.I. 1483
Cataldi A. 1768
Catisti R. 1284
Cavalier-Smith T. 1720
Cavanagh D. 1402
Cedhagen T. 1586
Cen Y. 1038
Cerdan M.E. 1505
Cerikcioglu N. 1184
Certel M. 1512
Cesaro P. 1306
Cha G.-S. 1442
Cha H.J. 960
Cha I.-B. 1667
Chabaud M. 1322
Chabert J. 1287
Chabrillon M. 1516
Chaidez C. 1564
Chakrabarti D. 1261
Chakrabarti R. 1261
Chakrabarti T. 1662
Chaloupka J. 1138
Chambers P.A. 1576
Champagne C.P. 1504
Champney W.S. 1200
Chan E.S. 970
Chand H.S. 1003
Chander R. 1062
Chandrasekar G. 1438, 1439
Chang B.C. 1192
Chang C.-S. 1080
Chang H.-G. 1480
Chang H.I. 1272
Chang K.S. 1787
Chang M.X. 1395
Chang Y.-K. 979
Chano F. 1380
Chao C.-F. 1820

Chapon V. 1650
Charaya M.C. 1062
Charest H. 1380
Charles T.M. 1110
Charoenchai P. 1206
Charon N.W. 1283
Chatterjee A. 1212
Chatterjee A.K. 1212
Chatterjee S. 1161
Chaudhary R. 1002, 1003
Chaudhary V. 1734
Chaudhry M.S. 1313
Chauhan D.S. 1770
Chauhan S. 1671
Chavez F.P. 1585
Checkley M.A. 1360
Cheigh C.-I. 980
Chen A.K.-L. 1068
Chen B. 1299
Chen C.-C. 1732
Chen C.-J. 1632
Chen C.-M. 1542
Chen C.-Y. 1785
Chen H. 952, 1231, 1494,
1547
Chen H.-Y. 1376, 1815
Chen J. 977
Chen J.-M. 1813
Chen M. 1678
Chen S. 1034, 1694
Chen T.-C. 1732
Chen T.-H. 1543
Chen W. 1119
Chen W.-F. 1659
Chen X. 1678
Chen Y. 1292
Chen Y.-C. 1815
Chen Y.-G. 1703
Chen Y.-Y. 1376
Cheng G. 1632
Cheng S. 1360
Cheramgoi E. 1409
Chiku H. 1240
Chinarev A.A. 1386
Chincholkar S.B. 1016
Chiou C.T. 1095
Chisholm S.W. 1346
Chisti Y. 1049
Chistoserdova L. 1644
Chityala A. 993
Chiu C.-Y. 1543, 1549
Chiu R. 955
Cho J.-Y. 1442
Cho K. 1260
Cho K.-S. 1625
Cho W. 1625
Choi E.H. 1378
Choi G.-S. 1054
Choi I.S. 972
Choi J.-P. 1480
Choi J.K. 1637
Choi M.W. 1192
Choi O. 1328
Choi S.-U. 949
Choi Y. 1060
Choi Y.-J. 1349
Chong Y. 1179
Chou C.-Y. 1376
Choudhary M.I. 1207
Christen R. 1650
Christenson R.H. 945
Christensson K. 1041
Christopher L. 1055
Chromy B.A. 1192
Chu F.-H. 1732
Chu J. 1821
Chu W. 1747
Chubatsu L.S. 1145
Chun J. 1657
Chung B.H. 972
Chung S. 1441
Chung Y. 980
Church G.M. 1346
Cianciotto N.P. 1155
Circosta A. 1304
Ciria M.P. 1099
Clamp J.C. 1638
Clancy C.J. 1360
Clardy J. 1132
Clear R.M. 1606
Cleenwerck I. 1646
Clewes E. 1429
Cobb L.M. 1369
Coburn B.A. 1397
Coca J. 1572
Cocciolone S.M. 1107
Cocconcelli P.S. 1750
Cockayne A. 1358
Codd G.A. 1572

Codoner
Codoner F.M. 1681
Coelho L.I.A.R.C. 1383
Coello N. 936
Cohen S.E. 1235
Colabroy K.L. 1147
Colafarina S. 964
Cole G. 1360
Coleman A.W. 1676
Collett M.S. 1690
Collier R. 1087
Collin-Hansen C. 1604
Collins A. 1429
Collins M.D. 1669, 1713
Collins S.M. 1518
Colom X. 1086
Colpaert J.V. 1316
Colque-Navarro P. 1337
Commane D. 1528
Conde F. 1247
Cong M. 939
Conlon J.M. 1823
Conner A.J. 1113
Conradt J. 1723
Cook J.M. 1331
Cookson B.T. 1361
Coombes B.K. 1397
Coombs J.J. 1104
Cooper S.G. 1104
Coram T.E. 1422, 1423
Corbo M.R. 1484
Corby A.L. 1772
Corby P.M. 1772
Cordeiro R.A. 1784
Cordeiro-Da-Silva A. 1262
Cordoba G. 1497
Corfield A.P. 1377
Cornelissen E. 1245
Cornelius N. 1586
Corsetti A. 1500
Cortadellas N. 1333
Corti S. 1529
Corzett C.H. 1192
Cosby D.E. 1477
Costa-Ramos C. 1185
Costanzo S. 1420
Coton E. 1752
Coton M. 1752
Cotta M.A. 1713
Couillard M. 1380
Couriol C. 1250
Courtois B. 1088
Courtois J. 1088
Coutts B.A. 1407
Cowan D.A. 1712
Cowell D.C. 1805
Cox G.M. 1246
Cox M.M. 1830
Cox N.A. 1470
Crabbe E. 1046
Craig A.M. 1782
Cramarossa M.R. 1639
Cresta A. 1306
Cristinzio G. 1794
Croci L. 1390
Crouch E. 1805
Crous P.W. 1677
Crowley T. 1377
Crump B.C. 1594
Cruz C. 1809
Cuenca G. 1302
Cuesta A. 1516
Cuevas J.M. 1681
Cui J. 1218
Cui W. 1366
Cui Y. 1212
Cullen D.W. 1799
Cummings L.A. 1361
Cummins J. 1519
Cunha C.R. 1506
c M. 1526
Cupi
Cupo C. 1755
Currie C.R. 1781
Cutting S.M. 1276
Dugonski J. 1253
Da Silva A.J. 1760
Da Silva Pedrini M.R. 1437
Dadachova E. 1169
Dagdeviren M. 1184
Dahan S. 1179
Dahms T.E.S. 1241
Dai A.Z. 1219
Dai S. 1440
Dalsgaard I. 1171
DAmato D. 1484
Daniels C. 1355
Dao-Thi M.-H. 1131
Darby C. 1362
Das D. 1079
Dasgupta A. 1125
Dastehgoli K. 1400
Datta K. 1112
Datta S.K. 1112
Davey M.R. 1106

AUTHOR INDEX
David E. 1599
Davidson A.D. 1765, 1766
Davidson M.M. 1113
Davies D.G. 1357
Davignon L. 1771
Davis L. 1247
Davoli P. 1198
De Alteriis E. 986
De Antoni G.L. 1738
De Baslico M.Z. 1498
De Beer D. 1563
De Boer S.H. 1795
De Carvalho-Niebel F. 1322
de Groot A. 1650
De Jong R.N. 1276
De La Fuente J. 1398
de La Roche
Saint-Andre C. 1254
De La Rosa P. 1497
De La Torre E. 1807
De La Torre J.R. 1558
De Lamballerie X. 1680
De Lencastre H. 1808
De Marcos Lousa C. 1269
De Medici D. 1390
De Mendoza D. 1170
De Micco P. 1680
De Petrino S.F. 1527
De Siano T. 1492
De Simone C. 1524
De Souza W. 1284
De Taeye J. 1487
De Vos P. 1716
De Vries H.J.C. 1383
De Vuyst L. 1013
De Wit P.J.G.M. 1677
De-Bashan L.E. 987
DebRoy C. 1785
Debusk W.F. 1548
Decock C. 1670
Decoux M. 1343
Degefu Y. 1111
Dejmek P. 1508
del Moral A. 1705
Delattre C. 1088
Delb`es C. 1336
Delgado O. 1011
Delgado Rodriguez G. 1670
Delgen`es J.P. 1022
Dellaglio F. 1646
DeLong E.F. 1569
Dembitsky V. 1353
Demir N. 1513
Demir Y. 1513
Demont M. 1114
Denef V.J. 1135
Deng S. 1609
Dengrove R. 1492
Deniz S. 1394
Denny T.P. 1190
Dentovskaya S.V. 1365
Deora R. 1369
Deplazes P. 1379
Depoix D. 1262
Derbise A. 1181
Dermoun Z. 1156
DeShazer D. 1268
Desport M. 1384
Dessen A. 1287
Devaraja 1740
Devasya R.P. 1541
Dewerchin H.L. 1245
Dezfulian H. 1747
Dheilly A. 1197
Di Cagno R. 1500
Di Giacomo R.F. 1514
Di Leo A. 1524
Di Pasquale S. 1390
Diab F. 1197
Diabate M. 1303
Diamandis S. 1418
Diarra M.S. 1474
Daz G. 1309
Daz-Rosales P. 1516
Dickschat J.S. 1014
Dickson J.S. 1489
Diedhiou A.G. 1303
Diekema D.J. 1818
Diels A.M.J. 1487
Diep B. 1466
Diercks T. 1276
Dietrich M. 1061
Dietz K.-J. 1307
Dijkstra J.R. 1741
Dikgolz V.E. 1389
Dilks K. 1233
Dillard H.R. 1405
Dimitriu P.A. 1723
Dimou D.S. 1568
Ding W. 1521
Dionisi D. 1045
Direkbusarakum S. 1396
DiRita V.J. 1191
Divakar G. 1066

Divakar S. 1077
Dixit V. 1212
Do Vale A. 1185
Dobretsov S. 1655, 1696
Docampo R. 1284, 1372
Dodd J.C. 1602
Dodi A. 1816
Doerig C. 1261
Dogra S.C. 1255
Doherty T.M. 1373
Dolla A. 1156
Domingues Jr. F.J. 1482
Domnguez De Mara P. 1081
Donato G.M. 1176
Dong J.-Y. 1209
Dong X. 1694
Donlin M.J. 1205
Dopico B. 1109
Dorrance A.E. 1420
Dos Santos N.M.S. 1185
Double M. 1444
Douches D.S. 1104
Douglas L.M. 1352
Doumenq P. 1816
Doyle S. 1751
Drake M. 1777
Dranginis A.M. 1352
Dreyfus B. 1303
Dreyfus G. 1282
Driouich A. 1109
Drobne D. 1565
DSa E.M. 1469
DSouza G. 1761
Dual J. 967
Duan C.-Q. 1691
Duarte C.M. 1595
Duarte J.C. 997
Dubey S.K. 1533
Dubochet J. 1273
Dubuis C. 1215
Dufour A. 1197
Duke S.O. 1824
Dunand-Sauthier I. 1151
Dunn S.M. 1757
Dunnett C. 1166
Duponnois R. 1303
Duran G.M. 1472
Durand M.-C. 1156
Durham M. 1366
Durnova E. 1702
Duson G. 1375
Dutt A. 931
Dutta S. 932
Dutta T.K. 1161
Dwarka R.M. 1788

Escalante-Semerena J.C. 1258


Esmat H. 1385
1516
Esteban M.A.
Esteban R. 1109
Estevao S. 1290
Evans L.S. 1260
Everett M.L. 1356
Evers D.L. 1820
Ewertz B. 1374
Ewis H.E. 1158
Ezquerro-Saenz C. 1157
Faber W.R. 1383
Faes C. 1316
Fagerli I.L. 1603
Faid K. 1127
Fajardo-Cavazos P. 1053
Falbo V. 1748
Falcon M.A. 973
Falsen E. 1713
Famili I. 917
Fan H. 1712
Fan M. 1688
Fan Z. 928
Fandino L.B. 1582
Fang H.H.P. 1030
Farag A.E. 1567
Farag A.M. 1351
Farber P. 1607
Farinas C.S. 1103
Faudry E. 1287
Faury N. 1693
Feberwee A. 1741
Feddermann N. 1296
Fei X. 954
Feldhaar H. 1332
Felipe J. 1595
Felis G.E. 1646
Fell J.W. 1449
Fellnerova I. 1361
Fen L.L. 982
Feng H. 1490
Fennimore S. 1552
Ferchichi M. 1046
Ferguson D.C. 962
Ferguson S.H. 1627
Fernandes A. 1377
Fernandes S.A. 1482
Fernandez M. 1242, 1652
Fernandez-Espinar M.T. 1684
Fernandez-Lafuente R. 990
Fernandez-Miyakawa
M.E. 1368
Fernando W.G.D. 1439
Ferraz A. 1074
Ferrero M.A. 1157
Feten G. 1510
Fett W.F. 1475
Fidel Jr. P. 1360
Fiedurek J. 985
Field T.R. 1354
Filipaki A. 1145
Finlay B. 1397
Finlay R. 1305
Fischer A. 1610
Fischer H. 1554
Fischer N.H. 1822
Fischer R. 1089
Fischer U.R. 1578
Fischer-Le Saux M. 1650
Fishbein M.C. 1373
Fisher D.J. 1368
Fisher E. 1243
Fisher J.B. 1310
Fisher N. 1274
Fitch J.P. 1192
Fitt B. 944
Fitzgerald R.J. 1530
Flawia M.M. 1291
Flayhart D. 1381
Flegel T.W. 1396
Fliss I. 1504
Flores A.R. 1146
Flores R. 1309
Florizone C. 1135
Fluckiger U. 1796
Fodey T.L. 1121
Folkenberg D.M. 1508
Folkers G.E. 1276
1685
Fonseca A.
Fontana C. 1750
Fordyce M.J. 1766
Foresti E. 1020
Forsgren-Brusk U. 935
Forsyth G. 1716
Forti L. 1639
Foschino R. 1529
Fossati C.A. 1738
Foster G. 1669
Foster S. 944
Fouet A. 1148
Foulon J. 1181
Fournier M. 1156
Franke C.C. 1144

Eadie K. 1290
Eapen S. 1098
Earhart K. 1385
Easter J. 1280
Easterday W.R. 1773
Eberhard A. 1231
Eberl L. 1466
Eckert M. 944
Eckert S.E. 1138
Edel-Hermann V. 1798
Edge T.A. 1453
Edwards Jr. J.E. 1174
Edwards K.K. 1465
Egaas E. 1739
Egli T. 971
Ehaliotis C. 1419
Ehrig F. 1692
Eichenbaum Z. 1180
Eikrem W. 1663
Eisenman H.C. 1169
Eker S. 1032
El-Nezami H. 1523
El-Sharoud W.M. 1194
El-Shenawy M. 1447
El-Shenawy M.A. 1447, 1567
Elborn J.S. 1354
Eldhuset T.D. 1545
Elena S.F. 1681
Elfstrand M. 1296
Elfwing A. 1456
Elhanafi D. 1777
Ellaiah P. 1066
Ellermeier C. 1247
Elliott C.T. 1121
Ellis A.E. 1171, 1185
Elsen S. 1287
Eltis L.D. 1135
Eltsov M. 1273
Elvin M. 1225
Elyan D. 1385
Eng J. 1259
Engelbeen K. 1646
Engelmann S. 1635
Englert N. 1202
Eraso E. 1735
Erbas M. 1512
1512
Erbas M.O.
Ertugay M.F. 1512

Franke-Fayard B. 1635
Frankel G. 1179
Franz C.M.A.P. 1710
Franzolin M.R. 1179
Fraser L.H. 1094
Fratamico P.M. 1785
Frazao N. 1808
Frede Thingstad T. 1560, 1590
Freeborn R.A. 1671
Freifeld A.G. 1774
French R. 1679
Frenkel O. 1432
Fr`ere J.M. 997
Friesem D. 1069
Frison L. 1498
Frolova G.M. 1725
Frossard E. 1308
. 1545
Frostegrd U
Fu C. 1673
Fu C.-H. 1542
Fu J. 939
Fuchs B. 1087
Fudaba Y. 1183
Fuente M.J. 1764
Fuentes M. 990
Fujita A. 1263
Fukuda Y. 948
Funa N. 1213
Funabashi M. 1213
Funami J. 953
Fuping L. 969
Furukawa S. 1286, 1708
Furusawa C. 1164
Fyfe P.K. 1143
Gabier A.-C. 1628
Gafan G.P. 1812
Gagnaire V. 933
Galindo-Castro I. 918
Gallant C.V. 1355
Gallego V. 1643
Gallifuoco A. 975
Galyov E.E. 1268
Gambacorta A. 1629, 1668
Gambari R. 1091
Gambaryan A.S. 1386
Gamliel A. 1435
Gamliel E. 1432
Gamper H. 1294
Gane D.R.J. 1292
Gangatirkar P. 1740
Gange A.C. 1292
Gao B. 1706
Gao M. 1231, 1440
Gao P. 1828
Gao P.-J. 1270
Gao X. 1744
Gao Y. 954
Garay E. 1704
Garca A.I. 1247
Garca De Viedma D. 1769
Garca M.T. 1643
Garca-Benavides P. 1324
Garca-Ochoa F. 996
Garcia-Rivera J. 1169
Gardezi S.R.A. 1664, 1665,
1666
Garmendia J. 1179
Garratt L.C. 1106
Garriga M. 1511
Garrote G.L. 1738
Garzon C.D. 1733
Gasic K. 958
Gasol J.M. 1583, 1595
Gasparetti C. 1639
Gasparich G.E. 1651, 1724
Gaudin C. 1075
Gaudreau H. 1504
Gautheron N. 1798
Gay B. 1653
Gay M. 1693
Ge B. 994
Gebreyes W.A. 1401, 1473
Geering A. 1786
Geimba M.P. 1485
Geiser D.M. 1733
Geletka L.M. 1444
Geli V. 1254
Gemert G.J.V. 1635
Genady E. 961
Geng Y. 942
Gerik K.J. 1205
Geslin E. 1587
Gessler C. 1427
Gevertz J.L. 1757
Ghadermarz M. 1116
Gherbawy Y.A.M.H. 1722
Ghiglione J.-F. 1580
Ghole V. 1112
Ghosh A.S. 1355
Ghosh G. 1222
Giachino P. 1796
Gianinazzi S. 1307
Gianinazzi-Pearson V. 1307

Giavasis I. 974
Gibson R.W. 1409, 1411
Gielkens A.L.J. 1741
Giessing A.M.B. 1574
Gigu`ere K. 1474
Gil G.-H. 1046
Gilbert C. 1267
Gilbert C.D. 1459
Gilbert R.L. 1430
Giles D.K. 1443
Gill H.S. 1522
Gillison M. 1761
Gimenez M.I. 1233
Ginger M.L. 1281
Giordano A. 1668
Giovannoni S.J. 1532
Girelli A.M. 988
Giritch A. 961
Giroldo D. 1159
Glahder J. 1802
Glass N.L. 1244
Glenn K. 1460
Gliozzi A. 1629
Gnau V. 1149
Go S.-J. 1667
Gobbetti M. 1500
Gobbin D. 1427
Gober J.W. 1280
Goerke A.R. 1806
Goetghebeur E. 1350
Goksungur Y. 1044
Goldberg J.B. 1359
Goldstein S.F. 1283
Gomes Jr. M. 1076
Gomes T.A.T. 1179
Gomez L. 992
Gomez V. 1394
Gomez-Lahoz C. 1619
Gomis S. 1397
Gondal H.Y. 1207
Gong E. 1821
Gong M. 1292
Gonzales A.D. 1192
Gonzalez A. 918
Gonzalez L. 1483
Gonzalez-Siso M.I. 1505
Good L. 1256
Gooday A.J. 1586
Goodwin K.D. 1449
Goosen T. 950
Gorke C. 1318
Gortares P. 1564
Goss J. 1772
Goswami R.S. 1436
Gou H.-Y. 1028
Goubet A. 1693
Gough R.E. 1402
Gourdon P. 1628
Gow N.A.R. 1765, 1766
Gower J. 1597
Grafius E.J. 1104
Grahn N. 1749
Grant W.D. 1712
Gratz S. 1523
Gravitt P. 1761
Gray G.C. 1385
Green C.S. 1176
Greenwood R. 1377
Greer C.W. 1746
Gregorio S.D. 1045
Greineder C.F. 1235
Grenni P. 1755
Griac P. 1243
Gribble K.E. 1589
Griffiths M.W. 1521
Grimaldi A. 934
Grimm F. 1379
Grinshpun S.A. 1534
Gronquist M.R. 1231
Gross R. 1332
Grundmann L. 1061
Grunewaldt-Stocker G. 1312
Gryzenhout M. 1426
Gu J.-D. 1624
Gu M.B. 1611
Gu S. 954
Gu X.-B. 968
Guada J.A. 1343
Guan J. 959
Gubicza L. 976
Gubler W.D. 1428
Gudi R.D. 1071
Gu`eye O. 1303
Guilhermino L. 984
Guina T. 1259
Guisan J.M. 990
Gunasekaran P. 1165
Gunasekaran V. 1079
Gunduz M. 1044
Gunther S. 1160
Guo B. 938
Guo C.L. 1615
Guo J. 1038
Guo Y.X. 1445

AUTHOR INDEX
Guo Z.-J. 1789
Gupta C.P. 1275
Gupta J. 1264
Gupta R. 1058
Gupta R.S. 1706
Guth J. 1515
Guthrie J.L. 1811
Gutierrez M.C. 1768
Gutierrez S. 946
Ha U. 1199
Haake A. 967
Haake D.A. 1363
Haas D. 1215
Haas W. 1234
Haas W.H. 1767, 1768
Hacker K.E. 1146
Hadar Y. 1069
Haese A. 1301
Hagan E.C. 1175
Haine E.R. 1331
Hak E. 1742
Hkansson E.G. 935
Hald M. 1586
Halford N.G. 1115
Hall G. 1381
Halpin C. 1105
Hamada F.N. 1240
Hamayun M. 1031
Hamel C. 1314
Hamelin R.C. 1745
Hammes F. 971
Hammond-Kosack K. 944
Han C. 1623
Han J.H. 1488
Han S. 1640
Hanna P. 1274
Hannify S. 1008
Hansen B.W. 1621
Hansen L.H. 1123
Harada K.M. 948
Haras D. 1197
Harder T. 1730
Harding A.K. 1446
Hardy G.E.St.J. 1687
Harigae H. 1633
Harper G. 1786
Harris L.J. 1488
Harrison J.A. 1469
Harrison M.A. 1469, 1470,
1495
Harsa S. 1044
Hart D. 1786
Hart J.P. 1805
Hart T.C. 1772
Hartaningsih N. 1384
Hartemink R. 1517
Hartmann A. 1776
Hartwig U.A. 1294
Harvey L.M. 974
Harvey P.McA. 1627
Harwood C.R. 1797
Harwood J.D. 1124
Harz M. 1634
Hasegawa H. 1212
Hasegawa T. 1759
Hashimoto W. 948
Hassan O. 982
Hassani L. 1052
Hatta M. 1633
Hatti-Kaul R. 1011
Hau Y.T. 1778
Hauer B. 1068
Haugen B.J. 1175
Haugland R. 1758
Hauser E. 1661
Hautamaki K. 1461
Havel L. 1702
Hayashi T. 1759
Haynes K. 1138
Hays J.P. 1290
He D. 998
He H.-P. 1209
He X.-H. 1311
He Y.-S. 1632
Healy H. 1255
Hebel J.R. 1278
Heck A.J.R. 919
Hecker M. 1756
Heideman D.A.M. 1764
Heikkila R. 1203
Heintzen C. 1225
Heinz P. 1587
Heitman J. 1246
Hemadri D. 1388
Hemleben C. 1587
Henkel T.W. 1295
Hennecke B.R. 1430
Henriques A. 942
Herald T.J. 1491
Hermans P.W.M. 1290
Hermosa M.R. 946
Hernandez Cutuli M. 973
Hernandez Fernaud J.R. 973

Lee
Hernandez J. 992
Hernandez J.-P. 987
Hertel C. 1710
Herut B. 1590
Hess M. 1402
Heulin T. 1650
Hewlett E.L. 1176
Heyndrickx M. 1716
Hibi M. 1072
Hicks D.B. 1137
Hidalgo E. 1201
Hidalgo M. 1809
Higgs P.I. 1260
Hill S. 1453
Hillberg A.L. 1120
Hindler J.F. 1381
Hinds S. 1822
Hinnebusch B.J. 1362
Hintz M. 1202
Hintz W. 1046
Hirasawa T. 1164
Hirata R. 1286
Hiroko F. 1263
Hiroko T. 1263
Hirota K. 1645
Ho M.-W. 1519
Ho M.A. 1443
Hobbie J.E. 1594
Hodges L.R. 1579
Hoenig M. 962
Hoepelman A.J.M. 1742
Hogue R. 1314
Holan G. 1821
Holic R. 1243
Holland E.C. 966
Hollert H. 1565
Hollibaugh J.T. 1579
Hollis R.J. 1818
Holloway B.P. 1760
Holst O. 1365
Holzapfel W.H. 1607, 1710
Homerova D. 1796
Homma M. 1279
Honda T. 1189
Hong S.-I. 1060
Hong W.W.L. 957
Hong Y. 1038
Honraet K. 1350
Honrubia M. 1309
Hoogenboezem T. 1290
Hoover D.G. 1494
Hopkins K.L. 1748
Hori A. 1271
Horikoshi K. 1699
Horinouchi S. 1213
Horiuchi J.-I. 1323
Horko T. 1403
Horner P.J. 1377
Horvath Z. 1731
Horwath W.R. 1311
Hoschle B. 1149
Hoshino K. 1189
Hoskins S. 1805
Hosono H. 1204
Hoste B. 1654
Hou P.-B. 1270
Howard W. 1381
Hradska M. 951
Hranueli D. 1006
Hsia H.-L.J. 1176
Hsiao M.-J. 1376
Hsieh C. 1010
Hsieh H.-J. 1542
Hsu H.-T. 1732
Hsu J. 1186
Hu B.-Y. 1542
Huan L. 1678
Huang B. 1688
Huang E.-S. 1820
Huang H. 939
Huang J.-S. 1028
Huang P.-M. 1549
Huang W.-F. 1675
Huang X. 1019
Huang Y. 1688
Huang Z. 938, 1366
Hudecz F. 1692
Huergo L.F. 1145
Hugas M. 1511
Hughes R. 1528
Hughey R. 1125
Huhns M. 1108
Hull R. 1786
Hultgren S.J. 1371
Humphrey T.C. 1151
Humphries J.A. 1452
Hung G.-W. 1573
Hung M.-H. 1541
Hunter I.S. 1006
Hunter R.C. 1348
Huong S.-M. 1820
Husken A. 1092
Hustinx W.M.N. 1742
Hwang H.-J. 1218

Hwang Y.-I. 949


Hwang Y.-S. 980
Hwangbo H. 1442

Johansen J.E. 1697


Johansson T. 1298
Johnsen A.R. 1574
Johnson D.E. 1175, 1278
Johnson E.M. 1765
Johnson G.R. 1085
Johnson K. 1597
Johnson M. 1358
Johnson Z.I. 1346
Johnston C.G. 1452
Johnston L.M. 1777
Johnston W.H. 1782
Jomaa H. 1202
Joner E.J. 1545
Jones B.E. 1712
Jones D.R. 1470
Jones G.J. 1792
Jones M.R. 1143
Jones P. 1652
Jones R.A.C. 1407
Jonkers H.M. 1563
Joo D. 1544
Joo H.-S. 1080
Joosten V. 950
Jordan K.N. 1530
Jordano R. 1497
Journet E.-P. 1322
Jovanovic L. 1479
Jovanovic T. 1526
Jovetic S. 983
Juarez Tomas M.S. 1525
Jubier-Maurin V. 1238
Jumas-Bilak E. 1653
Jung E.-J. 1729
Jung H.K. 1210
Jung H.S. 1728
Jung M.-K. 1544
Junior H.M. 1772
Jurgen B. 1756
Jurkevitch E. 1334

Iacazio G. 1075
Ibrahim A.S. 1174
Ichiyama S. 1759
Ierapetritou M.G. 1126
Igarashi Y. 1142
Igimi S. 1481
Iida T. 1189
Iino H. 1340
Ilan M. 1330
Im W.-T. 1659, 1700
Imai S. 1266
Inacio J. 1685
Inden K. 1633
Ineichen K. 1296
Inglett P.W. 1600
Ingram L.J. 1550
Inoue Y. 1201
Inouye I. 1656
Ipsen R. 1508
Isaksson T. 1509, 1510
Isawa Y. 1759
Ishibashi J.-I. 1656
Ishihara K. 1399
Ishii M. 1142
Ishikawa M. 1708
Ishizawa K. 1633
Isogai N. 1342
Itamiya Y. 1708
Ito A. 1266
Ito M. 1137, 1229
Ito S.-I. 1421
Ito T. 1682
Ito Y. 1601
Itoh T. 1656, 1672
Iturbe R. 1025
Ivanov V. 1024
Ivanova V. 1057
Ivashkiv L. 1373
Iwabata K. 1240
Iwai S. 1612
Iwakiri R. 943
Iwasaki K. 953
Iwayama Y. 1656
Iwen P.C. 1774
Iyer A. 1012
Izaguirre I. 1583

Ka J.-O. 1544
Kacmar J. 999
Kageyama A. 1660
Kai T. 1421
Kajiwara H. 1819
Kajon A. 1385
Kaku M. 1633
Kalantzopoulos G. 1520
Kalbfu B. 1004
Kale S. 1098
Kalyuzhnaya M.G. 1644
Kam S.-K. 1039
Kamada T. 1240
Kamaruddin K. 982
Kamekura M. 1656
Kaminskyj S.G.W. 1241
Kampfer P. 1661
Kan T. 1339
Kaneko T. 1320
Kanemitsu K. 1633
Kang J. 1035, 1140
Kang K.-H. 1039
Kang S.-J. 1641, 1642, 1701,
1707, 1729
Kang S.C. 1275
Kang T.H. 1605
Kaplan O. 929
Kapley A. 1216
Kaptein R. 1276
Karaman G. 1565
Karande A. 1740
Karavus M. 1184
Kargi F. 1032
Karl D.M. 1569
Kashihara Y. 1100
Kassi M. 1383
Katakura Y. 1164
Katan J. 1435
Katoch V.M. 1770
Katzif S. 1214
Kauffman S. 1174
Kaushal D. 1234
Kavitha K. 1438, 1439
Kavroulakis N. 1419
Kawagishi I. 1227, 1279
Kawamoto K. 1481
Kawanishi M. 1399
Kawasaki H. 1636
Kay E. 1215
Kaye P.M. 1370
Kazi F. 1370
Keafer B.A. 1589
Keane P.J. 1687
Keim P. 1773
Keller M. 971
Kemp D.R. 921
Kemppainen M. 1304
Kendall M.M. 1658
Kennedy E.J. 1222
Kenny O.M. 1530
Kernaghan G. 1539
Keum Y.-S. 1121
Keyaerts E. 1375

Jaa skelainen E.L. 1203


Jabbour A. 1353
Jackisch Y. 1168
Jackova I. 1553
Jackson G. 1597
Jackson T.L. 1235
Jacobs Jr. W.R. 1219
Jaffe J.D. 1346
Jain R.K. 1734, 1736
Jakobsen I. 1299
Jakobsen K.S. 1588, 1663
James C. 1760
Jamuna M. 1499
Jana A.M. 1122
Jansa J. 1308
Janse C.J. 1635
Janssens D. 1646
. 1335
Jansson E.U
Jany K.-D. 1607
Jawa R. 1062
Jayachandran K. 1310
Jaykus L.-A. 1777
Jean-Pierre H. 1653
Jebbar M. 1197
Jeevaratnam K. 1499
Jendrossek D. 1149
Jensen J.S. 1719
Jensen M.R. 1152
Jenson I. 1462
Jeong W.J. 1728
Jermini M. 1427
Jevtovic D. 1526
Jewett M.C. 916
Jha B. 1012
Ji C. 954
Ji Y. 1220
Jia H.Y. 1360
Jia J. 1199
Jia S. 1678
Jiang B. 1709
Jiang C.-L. 1703
Jiang J. 1117
Jiang S. 1747
Jiang Y.W. 1236
Jimenez De Bague s M.P. 1238
Jimenez-Daz R.M. 1429
Jin J. 1828
Jin J.H. 1129
Jin K.K. 1469
Jin S. 1199
Jin Y.-Y. 940
Jiranek V. 934
Joardar S.N. 1391

Khajeh K. 1052
Khalif S. 1811
Khan A.G. 1313
Khan M.T.H. 1091
Khurana S.M.P. 1734
Kibaru A.G. 1411
Kiburi Z.M. 1409
Kiene R.P. 1598
Kijima-Tanaka M. 1399
Kikuchi K. 1819
Kim B.-Y. 1667
Kim C.H. 1272
Kim D. 1060
Kim D.-H. 1544
Kim D.K. 1349
Kim E.-J. 1018
Kim I.S. 1700
Kim J. 1199, 1328, 1625
Kim J.-D. 1015
Kim J.-G. 940
Kim J.C. 1272
Kim J.M. 1272
Kim J.S. 1060
Kim K.-H. 1060
Kim K.-R. 940
Kim K.-Y. 1442
Kim M.-C. 1544
Kim M.-S. 1018, 1544
Kim M.G. 972
Kim N.H. 1378
Kim S. 1640
Kim S.-D. 1210, 1441
Kim S.-J. 1698
Kim S.B. 1648, 1725
Kim S.E. 1605
Kim S.J. 1378
Kim S.U. 1605
Kim S.W. 1272
Kim T. 1544
Kim W.-K. 940
Kim Y.-C. 1442
Kim Y.-H. 1611
Kim Y.-S. 1054
Kim Y.-W. 1442
Kim Y.J. 979, 1140
Kim Y.T. 1605
Kimball B.A. 1323
Kimenju J.W. 1411
King J.D. 1823
Kingsley D.H. 1494
Kinumi T. 1228
Kirchhof G. 1776
Kirchman D.L. 1598
Kirkwood J. 1669
Kirschner A.K.T. 1578
Kishimoto T. 1382
Kistler H.C. 1436
Kistner C. 1320
Kitamoto K. 1286
Kitani S. 949
Kittakoop P. 1206
Kittelmann S. 1730
Kiyosawa H. 1597
Kjrulff S. 1152
1535
Klaric M.S.
Klaveness D. 1663
Klein K.K. 1798
Kleinschmidt J.H. 1285
Klengel T. 1138
Klenk H.-D. 1386
Kloep F. 1554
Klose K.E. 1187
Klose S. 1552
Knezevic A. 1526
Knirel Y.A. 1365
Knol J. 1344
Kobayashi H. 953
Kobayashi S.-I. 1065
Kocan K.M. 1398
Kocharova N.A. 1365
Kock J.L.F. 1804
Koerten H.K. 1252
Koh S. 1060
Kohler S. 1238
Kohler U. 1202
Kojima A. 1399
Kok F.J. 1344
Kolkman A. 919
Kolter R. 1257
Komatsu H. 1100
Komatsuzawa H. 1183
Kondig J.P. 1790
Kongsaeree P. 1206
Konnai S. 1787
Konneke M. 1558
Konz J.O. 1806
Koohmaraie M. 1465
Koort J. 1654
Korban S.S. 958
Korhonen T.K. 1181
Korkeala H. 1461
Korkeamaki M. 1801
Kormanec J. 1796
Korsun S. 1586

Kos P.B. 1692


Koshiyama A. 1240
Kostanjsek R. 1565
Kostinek M. 1710
Kotik M. 1063
Kotra L.P. 1355
Koutinas A. 976
Koutinas M. 1618
Koutsotoli A.D. 1568
Kovar K. 971
Kozarov E. 1173
Kraiczy P. 1367
Kramer D. 1764
Kreisel H. 1826
Kremer K. 1767, 1768
Kremer L. 1219
Krishnamurthi S. 1662, 1717
Krishnan H.B. 1442
Krishnareddy M. 1736
Krochta J.M. 1488
Kroer N. 1697
Krom M.D. 1560, 1590
Krulwich T.A. 1137, 1229
Kuan Y.S. 1021
Kudo T. 1672, 1717
Kuhn I. 1337
Kuhne T. 1692
Kukkonen M. 1181
Kulis D.M. 1589
Kulkarnl R.V. 1188
Kulys J. 1051
Kulyte A. 1256
Kumar A. 1783
Kumar G.N. 1810
Kumar V. 1810
Kummer L.W. 1364
Kunishima H. 1633
Kunitake H. 1100
Kurane I. 1382
Kurashima A. 1759
Kurisu F. 1612
Kurr K. 1061
Kutalik Z. 1456
Kuwabara T. 1656
Kuwaki K. 1342
Kuzuryu C. 1271
Kvarnheden A. 1403
Kweon S.-J. 1544
Kwon H.-J. 940
Kwon S.-W. 1667
Kyslk P. 951, 1063
Labrador E. 1109
Lacerda I.C.A. 1163
Lachance M.-A. 1163
Ladero M. 996
Laferri`ere C. 1380
LaGier M.J. 1449
Lah J. 1131
Lai A Fat R.F.M. 1383
Lakshminarasimhan A. 1226
Lama L. 1668
Lambaerts M. 1316
Lamphier D. 1278
Lancin P. 1125
Landers S.C. 1265
Landman D. 1630
Landwehr C. 1220
Lane M.C. 1278
Lanfranco L. 1315
Lang S. 1177
Lang-Unnasch N. 1208
Lange H. 1545
Lange S. 1061
Langone J.J. 1754
Lapanje A. 1565
Lara J.C. 1644
Larcher M. 1580
Larsen A. 1596
Larue L. 1125
Laska M.E. 1806
Lau A.N.L. 1616
Lau S.C.K. 1655, 1696
Lau S.Y. 1239
Lauquin G.J.-M. 1269
Lavoie M.C. 1217
Law A.B. 1214
Law C. 1597
Lawlor M.S. 1186
Lawson P.A. 1669, 1713
Laybourn-Parry J. 1575
Lazar B. 1599
Le Quere A. 1298
Le Roux F. 1693
Leal I. 1417
Leander B.S. 1265
Lebaron P. 1580
Lebbe L. 1716
Lebow P. 1540
Ledford R.M. 1690
Lee C.-G. 1015
Lee C.-H. 1642, 1707
Lee C.-K. 949
Lee C.-L. 1007

Lee
Lee D. 927
Lee D.-S. 1060
Lee E.-H. 1214, 1625
Lee F. 1008
Lee G.-H. 1593
Lee H.-J. 1442
Lee H.J. 1378
Lee J. 1005, 1129, 1611
Lee J.-C. 1218
Lee J.-H. 1698
Lee J.A. 1378
Lee J.H.W. 1448
Lee J.K. 1018
Lee J.O. 1002
Lee J.S. 1728
Lee K.-B. 972
Lee K.-M. 949
Lee K.H. 1648, 1725
Lee M.-G. 1039
Lee M.S. 1648, 1725
Lee S.-A. 1534
Lee S.-J. 980
Lee S.-T. 1659, 1700
Lee S.H. 1605
Lee S.J. 972
Lee S.Y. 972
Lee Wong A.C. 1457
Lee Y.-D. 1480
Lee Y.-H. 1356
Lee Y.-O. 1793
Lee Y.M. 1605
Lee Z.-W. 972
Lees A.K. 1799
Lefebvre B. 1474
Legg J.P. 1406, 1410
Lehman T.J.A. 1373
Lehner A. 1463, 1466
Lehnert K. 1622
Lei Y. 1119, 1637
Leigh N. 1212
Leite A. 1103
Lele S.S. 1093
Lemaire D. 1287
Lemos J.A.C. 1073
Lenz D.H. 1188
Leonil J. 933
Leprince J. 1823
Leuchtmann A. 1294
Leung J.M. 1355
Leveau J.-Y. 1628
Levesque C.A. 1795
Levin D.E. 1288
Levin L.R. 1138
Levitz S.M. 1205
Lew D. 1809
Lewis R.J. 1230
Lewis S.E. 1288
Li C. 1283, 1829
Li D. 1623
Li H.-B. 1624
Li J. 954
Li P. 1034
Li Q.X. 1121
Li S.-Y. 1376
Li W.-J. 1703
Li X. 952, 1036, 1655, 1696
Li X.-Y. 1624
Li Y. 977, 1167
Li Y.-Z. 1270
Li Z. 1688
Liang F.-L. 968
Liang T.-W. 1000
Liang W.-J. 1138
Lianxiang D. 969
Liautard J.-P. 1238
Libessart N. 951
Lichtenzveig J. 1432
Liden G. 937
Lidstrom M.E. 1644
Liebana E. 1455
Lieutier F. 1817
Lightner D.V. 1724
Liko I. 1692
Lim J.S. 1272
Lim Y.G. 1616
Lim Y.W. 1417, 1728
Limansky A.S. 1631
Liming Z. 969
Limongi T. 964
Lin B. 1771
Lin C.Y. 1366
Lin H.-L. 1573
Lin J.-J. 1000
Lin W. 1167
Lin X. 1319
Lin Y. 952
Lin Y.-C. 1376
Lin Y.-H. 1732
Lin Y.-M. 1023
Lin Y.-Z. 1732
Lindell D. 1346, 1599
Linderman R.G. 1300
Lindner B. 1365
Lindstrom J.E. 1620

AUTHOR INDEX
Lindstrom M. 1461
Linforth R. 1106
Ling C. 1719
Lingua G. 1306
Linsalata M. 1524
Linscheid M.W. 1345
Lipa J.J. 1651
Lis M.J. 1086
Liu B. 1828
Liu C.-J. 1010
Liu D. 1034
Liu F.-L. 1732
Liu H. 1190
Liu J. 940, 1137
Liu J.-H. 957
Liu J.T. 1573
Liu N. 1632
Liu Q.-S. 1021
Liu Q.H. 1445
Liu R. 1019
Liu R.-L. 968
Liu S.-J. 1715
Liu Y. 1021, 1023, 1030, 1395,
1658
Liu Y.-Q. 1024
Liu Y.-T. 1726
Livingood R.C. 1806
Livingston A.G. 1618
Llamas I. 1705, 1714
Lloret L. 1727
Lloveras B. 1764
Lobban C.S. 1673
Loch I.M. 1460
Lockatell C.V. 1175
Lockatell V. 1278
Lockau W. 1108
Lodge D.J. 1540
Lodge J.K. 1205
Lodge-Ivey S.L. 1782
Logan N.A. 1716
Lohtander K. 1111
Loisel-Meyer S. 1238
Lokman B.C. 950
Lomans B.P. 1709
Lomascolo A. 1059
Long P.F. 1006
Long S.C. 1566
Longland A.C. 1166
Looser V. 971
Lopez Lastra C.C.L. 1389
Lopez M. 1652
Lopez Velasco F.F. 1157
Lopez-Boado Y.S. 1369
Lopez-Mesas M. 1086
Lorenz P. 926
Loris R. 1131
Loskill B. 1427
Lotti M. 1081
Louboutin J.-P. 1359
Lvberg K.E. 1739
Lowe K.C. 1106
Lu C. 1791
Lu C.-D. 1158
Lu J. 939
Lu P. 1036
Lu Z. 1489
Lubisi B.A. 1788
Lucas J. 944
Lucey J.A. 1501, 1502, 1503
Ludwig R. 1563
Lukacs N. 1692
Lum K. 955
Lundberg J.O. 1335
Lunsdorf H. 1647
Luo S. 1372
Lushchak V. 1153
Lutke W.K. 1087
Lynd L.R. 928
Lyon B.R. 1775
Lyons-Weiler J. 1772
Lysenko A.M. 1648
Lyster R. 923
Ma H. 1241
Ma L. 1082, 1800
Ma X. 961
Ma Y. 1137, 1712
Macaluso A.L. 1584
MacDonald W. 1444
Macedo G.A. 989
MacGregor S.K. 1669
Machado G.D.C. 1076
Macian M.C. 1704
Madamwar D. 1084
Madan N.J. 1575
Madan R. 1257
Madela K. 1345
Madhour A. 1198
Madicherla N.R. 993
Madjidian-Sereno N. 1262
Madyastha K.M. 1047
Maes P. 1375
Magalhaes P.O. 1074
Magee B.B. 1174

Mawditt K. 1402
Mayeda L. 1361
Mayilraj S. 1662, 1717
Mayor J.R. 1295
Mazzella N. 1816
Mbazima G. 1337
Mburu M.W.K. 1409
McBride J.E. 928
McCarthy T. 1821
McClane B.A. 1368
McCutchen-Maloney
S.L. 1192
McDaniels A.E. 1758
McDonough J.A. 1146
McDowall K.J. 1743
McGraw R.A. 962
McKay R. 1534
McKay R.M. 1597
McKelvie J.R. 1620
McKinlay J.J. 1613
McMillan P.J. 1160
McNeil B. 974
McOrist A. 1182
Md.Illias R. 982
Mealing G. 1127
Medina L.M. 1497
Medrano D.J.A. 1784
Meena N. 1193
Meepagala K.M. 1824
Meier H. 1463
Meijer C.J.L.M. 1764
Melo L.L.M.M. 989
Mena K. 1564
Mendez C. 941
Mendgen K. 1425
Mendonca A.F. 1489
Mendu D.R. 993
Meng Y. 959
Menkis A. 1305
Mercado-Blanco J. 1429
Mersinias V. 1252
Meseguer J. 1516
Mesic A. 1531
Meson O. 1527
Messer S.A. 1818
1731
Mesterhazy A.
Metcalf J.S. 1572
Mettler M. 1379
Metwally A. 1307
Metzgar D. 1385
Meyer J.S. 1351
Meza J.C. 1059
Mhaske M.M. 1016
Miao C.L. 1778
Miao W. 1673
Miao X. 1688
Miaris C. 1520
Michaelido S. 1432
Michaud P. 1088
Michaud S. 1474
Michelmore R. 1090
Michelsen K.S. 1373
Michiels C.W. 1487
Midtvedt T. 1335
Mikata K. 1636
Mikhailov V.V. 1648, 1725
Mikhailova E.V. 1251
Milagres A.M.F. 1074
Milkowski C. 1092
Miller J.C. 1367
Miller M.B. 1188
Miller M.R. 1283
Miller S.I. 1259
Miller V.L. 1186
Milne E. 1343
Min J. 1611
Min S. 1199, 1488
Minaba M. 1656
Minervini F. 1500
Mirakhur K. 1397
Miranda E.A. 1103
Miranda K. 1284
Miranda R.L. 1163
Mishra A. 1770
Mishra P.K. 1606
Mishra S.S. 1779
Mitchell A.P. 1224
Mitchell D.L. 1584
Miura S. 1065
Miyano K. 1065
Miyata C. 1271
Miyatake T. 1141
Miyazawa S. 1172
Mizuno M. 1172
Moadel T. 1169
Mobley H.L.T. 1175, 1278
Mock M. 1148
Mody K. 1012
Moen L.H. 1739
Moes E. 1375
Mogensen E.G. 1138
Mogensen J.E. 1285
Moghe P.V. 1125
Mohammadi T. 1780

Magee P.T. 1174


Maglia A. 1723
Magnin J.-P. 998
Maguire K. 944
Magurno F. 1315
Mahadevan R. 917
Mahadevan S. 1257
Maheshwari D.K. 1275
Maiden M.C.J. 1765, 1766
Maier R.J. 1196
Maipa V.E. 1568
Mair G.R. 1635
Maiss E. 1408
Maji S. 1391
Majone M. 1045
Makihara F. 1195
Makino S.-I. 1481
Maks N.D. 1471
Maldonado M. 1333
Mali P. 1391
Mallick S. 1161
Malmstrom R.R. 1598
Malnick H. 1669
Malouin F. 1474
Mandal B. 1736
Mandal C. 1071
Mangold A.J. 1398
Manohar B. 1077
Manopvisetcharean J. 1396
Mansilla M.C. 1170
Manso M.A. 933
Mansour M.M.H. 945
Mansour M.P. 1001
1242
Manteca A.
Mantoura R.F.C. 1560, 1590
Mao Y. 954
Maragkoudakis P.A. 1520
Maraun M. 1329
Marchandin H. 1653
Marchesini N. 1372
Marchiaro P. 1631
Marcone C. 1794
Marcos B. 1511
Maresova H. 951
Marhuenda A. 1404
Marin III R. 1585
Marin R. 1589
Marine-Font A. 1476
Marinelli F. 983
Marks B.P. 1467, 1468
Maroncle N. 1175
Maroof A. 1370
Marquez B. 1136
Marquez M.C. 1723
Marsa lek B. 1347
Marsden J.L. 1491
Marsh D. 1629
Marshall D.L. 1472
Marshall W.A. 1575
Martel A. 1572
Marten M.R. 1803
Marti M.C. 1027
Martn A. 1497
Martn B. 1511
Martin F. 1304
Martn I. 1109
Martin K.L. 1134
Martin S.E. 1490
Martn-Castellanos C. 1247
Martin-Laurent F. 1307
Martnez B. 1493
Martnez-Blanco H. 1157
Martnez-Canovas J. 1714
Martnez-Checa F. 1705, 1714
Martnez-Molina E. 1324
Martnez-Romero E. 1727
Martinez-Urtaza J. 1455
Martini A. 1639
Martnkova L. 929
Martino K.G. 1468
Martorell P. 1684
Marumo K. 1656
Maruyama A. 1656
Marzotto M. 1646
Mase M. 1787
Mashburn L.M. 1221
Maskat M.Y. 982
Massana R. 1583
Master E.R. 1613
Masuda S. 1195
Mata J. 1247
Mateo C. 990
Mateos P.F. 1324
Mateu E.M. 1807
Mathimaran N. 1308
Mathiyazhagan S. 1438, 1439
Matrosovich M.N. 1386
Matrosovich T.Y. 1386
Matsunaga J. 1363
Matsuo S. 1172
Mattei E. 988
Matthews B. 1821
Mattiasson B. 1011, 1033
Matuschewski K. 1635

Mohan S.V. 1536


Mohd Jaafar F. 1680
Mohn W.W. 1613
Moinier D. 1156
Moiseeva E.V. 1386
Mlbak L. 1697
Molinet J. 1816
Mollby R. 1337
Moller A. 1033
Mollers C. 1092
Momota H. 966
Monclus R. 1817
Mondal A.K. 1193, 1662
Monette R. 1127
Monger B.C. 1454
Moniri R. 1400
Monstein H.-J. 1749
Montanez G.E. 1180
Monte E. 946, 1711
Monte-Alegre A. 1262
Monteiro A.J. 1784
Montero-Barrientos M. 1711
Monterosso G. 1278
Montesinos E. 1414
Montville T.J. 1492
Moller J.D. 1171
Moon B.-Y. 1480
Moon H.M. 1005
Moon J.S. 1605
Moore-Colyer M.J.S. 1166
Moorman G.W. 1733
Moragues M.D. 1735
Moreira P.R. 997
Moreira S.M. 984
Moreira-Santos M. 984
Morency H. 1217
Moreno J. 1809
Moreno S. 1247
Moreno S.N.J. 1372
Morgan D. 925
Mori H. 1072
Morikawa R. 1342
Morin A. 1576
Morin D. 1197
Morinigo M.A. 1516
Morio F. 1653
Morioka A. 1399
Mormile M.R. 1723
Morris D.J. 1674
Morris J.M. 1351
Morris S.L. 1754
Morrison L.F. 1572
Morrissey J.A. 1358
Mosier A. 1556
Mota M. 1029
Mota-Meira M. 1217
Motaleb M.A. 1283
Mouli P.C. 1536
Moult S. 1786
Moutoglis P. 1314
Moy B.Y.-P. 1024
Moyer D.D. 1104
Mucci A. 1198
Mueller K.M. 1771
Muhammad F. 1327
Muhlschlegel F.A. 1138
Muir R.E. 1280
Mukherjee G. 1043
Mulchandani A. 1119
Mulchandani P. 1119
Mulder L. 1320
Mullarky I.K. 1364
Muller F.L.L. 1596
Muller L.A.H. 1316
Muller R. 1014, 1130
Muller S. 1152, 1160
Munilla R. 990
Muniyappa V. 1740
Munoz F.J. 1109
Munoz L. 930
Munoz-Adelantado E. 1324
Munukka E. 1801
Muralidhar K. 1002, 1003
Murata K. 948
Murata S. 1787
Murphey E.D. 1366
Murphy G.A. 1192
Murphy R.A. 1751
Murray J.-A.M.D. 1166
Murtaza I. 931
Murugesan T. 1026
Musgrove M.T. 1470
Mushtaq D. 931
Mussi M.A. 1631
Muthuchelvan D. 1388
Muthuvijayan V. 1803
Muttil N. 1448
Mwenya B. 1342
Myburg H. 1426
Mykkanen H. 1523
Myszka D.G. 1118
Naber T. 1338
Nader-Macias M.E. 1525

Naderi-Manesh H. 1052
Naderi-Manesh M. 1052
Nagahisa K. 1164
Nagaraj V.J. 1296
Nagasawa T. 1065
Nagashima K.V.P. 1195
Nagata A. 1421
Nagata R. 1399
Nagatsuka Y. 1636
Naglik J.R. 1138
Najafpour G. 1009
Nakagawa S. 1695
Nakai T. 1065
Nakajima K. 1708
Nakajima T. 1164
Nakashima M. 1656
Nakazawa M. 1399
Nakkeeran S. 1438, 1439
Namekawa S.H. 1240
Namvar A. 1496
Nandakumar M.P. 1803
Naranjo V. 1398
Narasimhan J. 1151
Narayanaswamy K. 1740
Nardi R.M.D. 1163
Nascimento D.S. 1185
Naser S.M. 1654
Natori Y. 1172
Nault B.A. 1405
Nauwynck H.J. 1245
Navarro J.A. 1404
Nechwatal J. 1425
Nedashkovskaya O.I. 1648,
1725
Neely M.N. 1180
Neild A. 967
Nekhotiaeva N. 1256
Nelis H.J. 1350
Nemestothy N. 976
Nettleton D. 1107
Neumann A. 1622
Neumann E. 1287
Neumann K. 1108
Nevas M. 1461
Nevo E. 1069
Nevzglyadova O.V. 1251
Newman H.A. 1288
Newton R.J. 1110, 1553
Neysens P. 1013
Ng T.B. 965, 1445
Nguyen H. 1259
Nguyen M.H. 1360
Nguyen-the C. 1289
Nicholson W.L. 1053
Nicolaus B. 1668
Nie P. 1395
Niebel A. 1322
Nielsen J. 916
Nielsen P.F. 1823
Nierstrasz V.A. 1064
Nigam S. 1804
Nihira T. 949
Niimi M. 1819
Nikolaou K. 929
Nilsson I. 1033, 1749
Nimick D.A. 1351
Nindl I. 1764
Nishifuji K. 1183
Nishikawa K. 1172
Nishinaka T. 955
Nishiwaki S. 1340
Niven G.W. 1194
Njeru R.W. 1409, 1411
Noakes M. 1182
Noda Y. 943
Nodasaka Y. 1645
Noens E.E.E. 1252
Nogi Y. 1699
Noh B.-S. 1480
Nolke G. 1089
Noorbakhsh A. 1116
Nordlund S. 1144
Noren A. 1144
Norin E. 1335
Norrild B. 1802
Northcutt J.K. 1470
Nosanchuk J.D. 1169
Nossent G. 1742
Nou X. 1465
Novak M. 1553
Nozaki T. 1814
Ntougias S. 1419
Nudel C.B. 930
Nunan L.M. 1724

Nunes A.C.
1163
Nunes S. 1808
Nusblat A.D. 930
Nuss D.L. 1444
Nutsch A.L. 1491
Obbard J.P. 1616
Oberlies N.H. 1829
Obert C. 1234
Oberwinkler F. 1318

AUTHOR INDEX
Obi T. 1271
Obonyo R. 1406
Obrycki J.J. 1124
Obudho E. 1409
Obumwenre B. 1486
OConnor K.E. 1614
OConnor N. 1797
OCuinn G. 1530
Odds F.C. 1765, 1766
Oduori M.A. 1651, 1724
Oehm C. 1610
Oestreicher E.G. 1076
Ogawa M. 1382
Ogbalu O.K. 1458
Ogenga-Latigo M.W. 1406
Ogihara H. 1286
Ogram A.V. 1600
Oguma K. 1218
Oh C.-S. 1412
Oh H.W. 1648, 1707, 1725
Oh T.-K. 1641, 1642, 1701,
1707
Ohashi K. 1787
Ohmiya Y. 1228
Ohnishi K. 953
Ohnishi Y. 1213
Ohta T. 1204
Ohtomo R. 1297
Ohyama T. 1218
Ojeda A. 1572
Ojima D.S. 1556
Ojwang J.O. 1822
Oka C. 1263
Okabe S. 1682
Okada K. 1189
Okao-Okuja G. 1406
Okayama N. 1682
Okhuysen P.C. 1387
Okinaka R.T. 1773
Okubo A. 1195
Okumura A. 1271
Okuyama H. 1645
Olczak A.A. 1196
Oliva N. 1112
Olivares C. 1429
Oliveira A.P. 916
Oliveira C.J.B. 1482
Oliveira R.S. 1602
Olsen S.N. 1621
Olsson C. 1749
Omura S. 1660
Onuma M. 1787
Oomen R.J.F.J. 1109
Oosterheert J.J. 1742
Opperdoes F.R. 1139
Oren A. 1715
Oren M. 1330
Orikasa Y. 1645
Orlean P. 1288
Orndorff P.E. 1356
Ortega-Calvo J.-J. 1619
Orth J.H.C. 1177
Osorio A. 1282
Osorio C.R. 1187
stlie H. 1510
Osuna M. 1385
Otzen D.E. 1285
Ou Z.-Y. 1632
Ouaissi A. 1262
Ouchi H. 1633
Owor B. 1406

Ozbel
Y. 1383
Paecz B. 1253
Pacioni G. 964
Pac ova Z. 1702
Padan E. 1229
Padilla D. 1394
Padmanabhan P. 1216
Pagnoni U.M. 1639
Pak D. 1349
Pal A. 932
Palaniswami A. 1431
Paldon T. 1258
Palenzuela I. 1652
Palfner G. 1317
Pallas V. 1404
Pallas V. 1681
Palomo J.L. 1324
Pan M.-J. 1726
Panaiotov S. 1768
Panbangred W. 1457
Pandey A.N. 1736
Pandey P. 1275
Pane-Farre J. 1230
Pang E.C.K. 1422, 1423
Papadopoulou K.K. 1419
Papini M.P. 1045
Pappinen A. 1111
Paranidharan V. 1431
Parascandola P. 986
Pardo A.G. 1304

Sheppard
Parent M.A. 1364
Park C.-S. 1328
Park H. 980
Park H.-R. 949
Park H.-Y. 1725
Park H.I. 1349
Park I.-C. 1667
Park J. 1135
Park J.-H. 1480, 1793
Park J.-K. 1793
Park J.-S. 1005
Park J.P. 972
Park K.-H. 1442
Park K.-S. 1189, 1729
Park K.D. 1605
Park M.S. 1648, 1725
Park R.-D. 1442
Park S.-H. 1328
Park S.-Y. 1328
Park T.J. 972
Park W.-S. 1700
Park Y.-D. 1657
Park Y.W. 1495
Parker W. 1356
Parkhi V. 1112
Parniske M. 1320
Parshina S.N. 1709
Pascall M.A. 1471
Pasharawipas T. 1396
Pasonen H.-L. 1111
Paster B.J. 1772
Pasteran F. 1631
Pastor A. 1287
Pastore G.M. 989
Patil K.R. 916
Patra K.C. 1043
Patrauchan M.A. 1135
Patterson H.M. 1276
Patterson S. 1261
Pattnaik P. 1122
Patton-Vogt J. 1243
Patureau D. 1022
Paul A.K. 932
Paulin L. 1403
Paulsen B.S. 1159
Pavelka Jr. M.S. 1146
Pavithran C. 1042
Pavlostathis S.G. 1608
Pawlik J.R. 1696
Pawlowski J. 1586
Payne F.A. 1501, 1502, 1503
Pazynina G.V. 1386
Pearce A.K. 1151
Pearson M.D. 1393
Pearson T. 1773
Peddi S.R. 1102
Pedrosa F.O. 1145
Peeva L.G. 1618
Peix A. 1324
Pen B. 1342
Penalva M.A. 1223
Peng K. 1440
Penno S. 1599
Pepeljnjak S. 1535
Perdigon G. 1527
Perdreau-Remington F. 1374
Pereira M.A. 1029
Perestelo F. 973
Perez-Hidalgo L. 1247
Perfect J.R. 1246
Peric-Concha N. 1006
Perkins J.B. 942
Perlerou C. 1418
Perovic A. 1565
Perovic S. 1565
Persky L. 1069
Persson B.R.R. 1802
Persson M.B. 1802
Pertot I. 1427
Peschke K.-D. 1634
Pesic-Mikulec D. 1479
Pessela B. 990
Petersen A. 1318
Peterson T. 1107
Petit M. 1572
Pett W.L. 1104
Petz W. 1637
Peumans W.J. 958
Pevear D.C. 1690
Peyton B.M. 1723
Pfaller M.A. 1818
Pfeiffer M. 1202
Pham H.M. 1787
Phebus R.K. 1491
Phelps B. 922
Phillips A. 1179
Phongpaichit S. 1825
Picault J.-P. 1402
Pickup N.J. 1331
Picornell B. 1652
Pier G.B. 1365
Pietersz R.N.I. 1780
Pillus L. 1222
Pinho S.C. 1020

Pinior A. 1312
Pinkart H.C. 1723
Pinney J.W. 1743
Pinol B. 1652
Pinto F.R. 1808
Pioch D. 1756
Piot M. 933
Pires O.C. 1029
Pisal D.S. 1093
Pistorius E.K. 1108
Pisvejcova A. 929
Pitcher D.G. 1719
Pitkin Y. 1799
Pitta P. 1561, 1590
Pittson R.W. 1805
Pitzschke A. 1320
Pius M. 1458
Piyamongkol S. 1206
Plakhotnikova I. 1655, 1696
Platteborze P.L. 1790
Plum G. 1374
Plummer J.D. 1566
Poggio S. 1282
Poh C.L. 1744
Pohl C.H. 1804
Pohlschroder M. 1233
Pointon A. 1462
Pol R. 1764
Polimeno L. 1524
Polychronaki T. 1560
Poma A. 964
Pompei C. 1529
Ponton J. 1735
Poon R. 1368
Popp J. 1634
Portugal L. 1685
Post A.F. 1599
Postis V. 1269
Pot B. 1520
Potot S. 942
Potter A.A. 1397
Pouillot F. 1181
Powell M.R. 1467
Power J.B. 1106
Power R.F.G. 1751
Pragai Z. 1797
Prajoubklang A. 1206
Prasad G.S. 1717
Prasad H.K. 1770
Prechova E. 1553
Pretorius I.S. 1352
Price S.E. 1235
Price-Lloyd N. 1225
Prin Y. 1303
Pripp A.H. 1509
Prithiviraj B. 1323
Progulske-Fox A. 1173
Proll E. 1692
Prouty M.G. 1187
Psarra S. 1560, 1590
Pujalte M.J. 1704
Pukall R. 1647, 1710
Pundir C.S. 991
Punja Z.K. 1434
Puoskari S. 1461
Puppo M. 1306
Purohit H.J. 1216
Pusch M.T. 1554
Pusch O. 1008
Puskeiler R. 981
Py C. 1127
Pyun Y.-R. 980

Ramnani P. 1058
Ramos A.G. 1572
Ramratnam B. 1008
Rana D.K. 1264
Rana N.K. 1162
Randles J.W. 1255
Ranger J. 1546
Ranin J. 1526
Ranjbar B. 1052
Rankin C. 1758
Rappe M.S. 1782
Rasheed M.S. 1255
Rasmussen C.G. 1244
Rassoulzadegan F. 1561, 1590
Ratusznei S.M. 1020
Ravishankar G.A. 1098
Ravishankar S. 1471
Ravva S.V. 1753
Raynal M. 1427
Rayner J.L. 1627
Razaz M. 1456
Read D.J. 1317
Real F. 1394
Rebeil R. 1053
Reddy K.R. 1548, 1600
Reddy S.J. 1536
Redecker D. 1686
Redinbaugh M.G. 1420
Redondo A. 1572
Reesink H.W. 1780
Register K.B. 1763
Regupathi I. 1026
Rehana S. 1112
Reichenberg A. 1202
Reichl U. 1004
Reid S. 1437
Reimers C.E. 1555
Reinders C.I. 1335
Reinheimer J.A. 1498
Reis-Rodrigues P. 1185
Reisig F. 1767
Reiter K. 1515
Reitz J. 1628
Ren H. 947
Ren W.-M. 1691
Ren Y. 954, 994
Ren Z. 1179
Renker C. 1329
Renzoni A. 1809
Rep M. 1178
Reponen T. 1534
Revill A.T. 1627
Revilla I. 1507
Revilla-Nuin B. 1157
Rey M.E.C. 1410
Reyes J. 1809
Reysenbach A.-L. 1695
Rezaian M.A. 1255
Ribeiro R. 984
Rich R.L. 1118
Richardson M.J. 1557
Richardson R.E. 1671
Richmond S.A. 1620
Richter S.S. 1381
Rick P.D. 1186
Riddles P. 1792
Riedel K. 1466
Riemann L. 1582
Rieu-Lesme F. 1336
Riley S.P. 1367
Ripley S. 1551
Rivas R. 1324, 1711
Rivera M. 1498
Rivera-Becerril F. 1307
Rivlin T. 1599
Robert C. 1261
Roberton A.M. 1377
Roberts R.J. 1393
Robins-Browne R. 1179
Robinson J.B. 1231
Rocha M.F.G. 1784
Rodas C.A. 1426
Rodrigues C.O. 1284
Rodrigues J.A.D. 1020
Rodrguez A. 1493, 1516
Rodriguez N.A. 1769
Rodrguez-Aparicio L.B. 1157
Rodrguez-Daz M. 1716
Roeckel M. 1027
Roelofs M.S. 950
Rogers P.L. 1068
Rohrich R.C. 1202
Roig M.G. 1711
Rojas A. 1403
Rojas N. 1025
Rolfe B.G. 1231
Romano I. 1668
Rombouts F.M. 1517
Romeo M.J. 1288
Ronneberger O. 1634
Ronnqvist D. 935
Rood J.I. 1368
Rooney A.P. 1710
Root C. 1444

Qian P.-Y. 1655, 1696


Qian Y. 1019
Qian Z.-M. 1056
Qiao M. 1167
Qin S. 994
Qu F. 1117
Quale J. 1630
Quan Z.-X. 1659
Querol A. 1684
Quesada E. 1705, 1714
Quillaguaman J. 1011
Quinaud M. 1287
Quindos G. 1735
Quinto M. 1500
Qvarnstrom Y. 1760
Raab P.A. 1686
Radha K.V. 1026
Radziwill G. 967
Raff J. 1821
Rahm B.G. 1671
Rahman M. 1434
Rai M. 1112
Rainey R.C. 1446
Rajan A. 1042
Rakha M. 1385
Ramaiah N. 1597
Raman B. 1803
Ramesar J. 1635
Ramrez H.L. 992
Ramrez J.L. 918

Rosa C.A. 1163


Rosch P. 1634
Rosche B. 1068
Rosenkranz M.E. 1373
Ross T. 1462
Rossetti S. 1755
Rossi M. 1529
Roth C.M. 1757
Rothe G.M. 1301
Rothfield L. 1227
Rousseau C. 1380
Rowland I. 1528
Roy G. 1474
Roy S. 1264
Rozalen A.E. 1247
Ruangpan L. 1396
Rubindamayugi M.S.T. 1033
Rubio-Texeira M. 1683
Ruby W. 1761
Rudenko G. 1249
Rudi K. 1588
Rudolf A. 937
Ruh R. 1308
Ruiz Serrano M.J. 1769
Rumbolz J. 1428
Ruoff C. 1138
Ruppe S. 1622
Ruppert M. 961
Russell K.L. 1385
Russo F. 1524
Russow R. 1562
Rutherfurd K.J. 1522
Rutzler K. 1333
Ryan M.A.K. 1385
Ryckelynck N. 1555
Ryu C.-H. 1328
Ryu H. 1451
Ryu H.W. 1625
Ryu T.-H. 1544
Ryu Y.-W. 1054
Saba M. 1253
Sa S.O. 979
Saad M.D. 1385
Sabater S. 1577
Sabeh N.C. 1443
Sacchettini J.C. 1219
Sacks S. 1821
Sadeghi M. 1052
Saga T. 1633
Sagar S.L. 1806
Saha P. 1662
Sahand I.H. 1735
Saito H. 1597
Saito M. 1297, 1819
Sakaguchi K. 1240
Sakaguchi Y. 1218
Sako Y. 1695
Salas J.A. 941
Saleeba J.A. 1775
Salimi A. 1116
Salinas I. 1516
Salkinoja-Salonen M.S. 1203
Salle A. 1817
Salvani J.K. 1630
Salzer P. 1296
Samyn E. 1718
San K.-Y. 1248
San-Segundo P. 1247
Sanchez J. 1242
Sanchez O. 1027
Sanchez-Montero J.M. 1081
Sanchez-Navarro J.A. 1681
Sanchez-Pina M.A. 1404
Sandal N. 1320
Sanders R.W. 1584
Sandmann G. 1168
Saniez M.-H. 951
Sanso M. 1201
Santana M.A. 918
Santana M.E. 1540
Santore U. 1692
Santos A. 996
Sanyal A. 1388
Sanz L. 946
Sapers G.M. 1475
Sar C. 1342
Sardina T.J. 1584
Saris P. 1167
Sastre P. 1404
Satagopan S. 1102
Sato K. 1195
Sato S. 1320
Sauer K. 1357
Sauerwein R.W. 1635
Saulnier D. 1693
Saussele T. 1061
Savelkoul P.H.M. 1780
Savichtcheva O. 1682
Savithri H.S. 1740
Sayeed S. 1368
Sayyed R.Z. 1016
Schaefer S.C. 958
Schaffner D.W. 1492

Schallig H.D.F.H. 1383


Scharek L. 1515
Scheldeman P. 1716
Schell M.A. 1190
Scherthan H. 1254
Schierack P. 1515
Schillberg S. 1089
Schilling C.H. 917
Schillinger U. 1710
Schleifer K.-H. 1463
Schmid M.W. 1463
Schmid R.D. 1061
Schmidt M.A. 1285
Schmidt M.F.G. 1515
Schneider B. 1089
Schneider K. 1329
Schneider M.M.E. 1742
Schoepp R.J. 1790
Schoijet A.C. 1291
Scholin C.A. 1449, 1589
Scholtalbers L.A.H. 1780
Scholz M. 1450
Schoone G.J. 1383
Schrader K.K. 1824
Schrama J.W. 1517
Schreiner R.P. 1300
Schrenzel J. 1809
Schroppel K. 1138
Schuehly W. 1822
Schujman G.E. 1170
Schulte D.J. 1373
Schulz S. 1014
Schuman G.E. 1550
Schupp J.M. 1773
Schuurman R. 1742
Schwarz M.V.J. 1721
Schweder T. 1756
Schweikert M. 1721
Schweizer L.M. 1154
Schweizer M. 1154
Schwerk P. 1515
Schwudke D. 1345
Schyns G. 942
Scimeca S. 1398
Scolaro E.J. 1277
Scorsetti A.C. 1389
Sebranek J.G. 1489
Sedlac ek I. 1702
Seeber F. 1202
Seed P.C. 1371
Segal G. 1237
Seibert B.A. 1094
Seifert H. 1374
Seifert K. 1670
Seki T. 1636, 1660
Selle M. 1610
Selth L.A. 1255
Semchyshyn H. 1153
Sen A. 1388
Senan R.C. 1042
Senchenkova S.N. 1365
Sendhilvel V. 1439
Senn M.M. 1796
Senthilkumar V. 1165
Senthilvel V. 1438
Seo H.-S. 1005
Seo H.J. 1698
Seo J. 1640
Seo J.-H. 1054
Seo J.H. 960
Seppanen S.-K. 1111
Serantoni M. 1078
Sereno D. 1262
Serradell M.A. 1738
Servant P. 1650
Seshan K.R. 1360
Setiyono A. 1382
Setterdahl A. 1232
Severijnen R. 1338
Shackelford S.D. 1465
Shafer W.M. 1214
Shah D.A. 1405
Shaheen R. 1203
Shahida H. 1327
Shaikhutdinova R.Z. 1365
Shalchian-Tabrizi K. 1663
Shalel-Levanon S. 1248
Shankar P.U. 1066
Shao Q.-Y. 1691
Shapiro E. 1791
Sharma K. 1600
Sharma N.S. 1126
Sharma P. 1193
Sharma V. 1810
Shastri N.V. 1067
Shataih Z. 1695
Shaw D.J. 1765
Shekhar M.S. 1779
Shelver W.L. 1121
Shen F.-T. 1541
Shen G. 1117
Shen M.-H. 1017
Shen Y.-M. 1209
Sheppard D.C. 1174

Sherkhane
Sherkhane P.D. 1098
Sherman A. 1432
Sherry N. 1597
Sherwood E.R. 1366
Sherwood Lollar B. 1620
Shevchenko L.S. 1725
Shi J. 977
Shiga S. 1382
Shih I.-L. 1017
Shih Y.-L. 1227
Shim E.-H. 1625
Shim J.-H. 1442
Shimasaki C.D. 1822
Shimizu H. 1164
Shimokawa O. 1819
Shin H.-Y. 1544
Shinzato I. 1342
Shiomi D. 1279
Shioya S. 1164
Shoda M. 1326
Shortt C. 1528
Shrestha R.K. 1381
Shtienberg D. 1432
Shu X.M. 1050
Shukla R. 1534
Shukla S.K. 1723
Sidrim J.J.C. 1784
Sierra E. 1394
Sigler L. 1774
Sigoillot J.-C. 1059
Sikorska M. 1127
Silva M.T. 1185
Silvers J.A. 1200
Silversmith R.E. 1283
Simas C. 1808
Simonson T.S. 1773
Simpson A.G.B. 1673
Singh B.P. 1264
Singh M. 1491
Singh N. 1658
Singh R.K. 1388
Singh R.P. 1388
Singh S. 1055
Singhal A. 1770
Singla A.K. 1717
Sinigaglia M. 1484
Sinisterra J.V. 1081
Sircili M.P. 1179
Siri A. 1389
Sirisansaneeyakul S. 1049
Sirithunyalug B. 1206
Skarpeid H.-J. 1739
Skeie S. 1509, 1510
Skov Guldager H. 1508
Skowronek M. 985
Skriver A. 1508
Skuce R.A. 1768
Skulberg O.M. 1588
Slavik M.F. 1267, 1459
Sletten G.B. 1739
Slijper M. 919
Slippers B. 1687

Smerda
J. 1702
Smiley J.A. 1452
Smiley S.T. 1364
Smskova A. 1702
Smith C.P. 1252
Smith G.R. 1247
Smith J.A. 1095
Smith T.K. 1134
Snape I. 1627
Snijders P.J.F. 1764
Snook L.A. 1241
Snook M.E. 1107
Snyder J.A. 1175
Sobko T. 1335
Soderstrom B. 1298
Sohaskey C.D. 1150
Soidla T.R. 1251
Solano M.L. 1099
Soler E. 1572
Sollelis L. 1336
Sollier J. 1254
Somalanka S.R. 993
Sommer S. 1650
Sonawane H.M. 1016
Sndergaard M. 1596
Song H. 1173
Song H.-G. 1593
Song J. 955
Song J.-K. 940
Song L. 1440
Song X. 1592
Songtao B. 969
Sonnevend A. 1823
Sonoki T. 1072
Srensen S.J. 1123
Srhaug T. 1509
Soriano J.M. 1483
Soriano P. 1099
Soto M. 1564
Sousa N.G. 1808
Southey-Pillig C.J. 1357
Southworth D. 1311

AUTHOR INDEX
Souza E.M. 1145
Spackman L.K. 1550
Spain J.C. 1085
Specht C.A. 1205
Spencer-Martins I. 1685
Spera A. 975
Spiegelman D. 1746
Sportelli L. 1629
Spratt D.A. 1812
Spreitzer R.J. 1102
Sproer C. 1203
Squire L.M. 1443
Srebnik M. 1353
Sreenivas V. 1770
Sreenivasa B.P. 1388
Sreenivasaprasad S. 1415
Srienc F. 999
Srinophakun P. 1049
Sriram R. 1760
Sriubolmas N. 1206
Sriurairatana S. 1396
Srivastava K. 1770
Sseruwagi P. 1410
Stackebrandt E. 1667
Stahl D.A. 1558
Stahl P.D. 1550
Stajic M. 1069
Stambler N. 1560, 1561
Stams A.J.M. 1709
Stanker L.H. 1753
Stecher III H.A. 1555
Stedmon C.A. 1596
Steer D.N. 1094
Stefanik D. 1374
Steffens M.B. 1145
Steiger S. 1168
Steinberg C. 1798
Steinberg D. 1353
Steinbuchel A. 1040
Steindler L. 1330
Steinhuber A. 1796
Steinnes E. 1604
Stenger D.A. 1771
Stenger D.C. 1679
Stenlid J. 1305, 1416
epanova M. 1553
St
Stepanovic S. 1526
Stephan D.P. 1108
Stephan R. 1463, 1466
Stevens J.M. 1268
Stevens M.P. 1268
Stevenson B. 1367
Steward G.F. 1582
Stewart G.R. 1613
Stewart L.I. 1314
Stewart M. 1384
Steyn P.S. 1607
Stingl U. 1532
Stockigt J. 961
Stoeck T. 1721
Stojanovic L. 1479
Stoll S. 1332
Stolyar S.M. 1644
Storey K. 1153
Stougaard J. 1320
Strack D. 1092
Strasser R.J. 1312
Strassheim H.E. 1471
Strassner J. 1796
Strauch E. 1345
Strauss C.J. 1804
Strobaugh Jr. T.P. 1785
Strom H. 935
Stromberg J.C. 1321
Stromberger M.E. 1552

Strus
J. 1565
Strzepek R. 1597
Stulke J. 1230
Sturrock R. 1417
Stutz J.C. 1321
Su H.-P. 1376
Su J. 1592
Su N. 1101
Suarez S. 1572
Suarez V.B. 1498
Subhadhirasakul S. 1825
Sublett J. 1234
Sugai A. 1656
Sugai M. 1183
Sugar E. 1761
Sugawara H. 1240
Suh J.-W. 940
Sullivan J.A. 1101
Suman 991
Sumner J. 1462
Sun D. 1678
Sun G. 1038
Sun J. 1220
Sun J.-X. 1789
Sun M. 956
Sundin G.W. 1413
Sunitha M. 1066
Sunitha S.N. 1740
Supply P. 1768

Suraishkumar G.K. 1071


Suranyi G. 1692
Suresh B. 1098
Suresh Kumar S. 1058
Sutherland J.P. 1464
Suttle C.A. 1571
Suvannakad R. 1206
Suwanborirux K. 1672
Suzuki K. 1759
Suzuki M. 1725

Svec
P. 1654
Svenning M.M. 1603
Svensson E. 1403
Svensson L.M. 1041
Svensson M. 1370
Swartz T.H. 1137
Swem D.L. 1232
Swem L.R. 1232
Swenson W. 1311
Swings J. 1654, 1693
Syakti A.D. 1816
Szaba F.M. 1364
Szakacs G. 1055
Szczech M. 1326
Szczyglowski K. 1320
Szendefy J. 1055

Thomas J. 1786
Thomas-Carroll M.L. 1407
Thomma B.P.H.J. 1677
Thompson F.L. 1693
Thomsen H.A. 1663
Thorn V. 1004
Threlfall E.J. 1748
Thulasiram H.V. 1047
Tian G. 1543
Tian Q. 1547
Tian X.-P. 1703
Tiedje J.M. 1135
Tielens A.G.M. 1139
Timonen S. 1111
Timoney J.F. 1363
Tindall B.J. 1647, 1667
Ting Y.P. 1609
Titareva G.M. 1365
Tkalcec Z. 1531
Tobin K.M. 1614
Tobisch S. 1756
Tochampa W. 1049
Tohty D. 1715
Toivanen P. 1801
Tolboom J. 1338
Tolboom J.J.M. 1344
Toliver-Kinsky T. 1366
Tollens E. 1114
Tomczak A. 1090
Tomita M. 1759
Tommassen J. 1290
Tomoda H. 1660
Tondo E.C. 1485
Tonkova A. 1057
Tooley P.W. 1424
Topping D. 1182
Toride Y. 1342
Torina A. 1398
Toro N. 1324
Torre E. 1807
Torres H.N. 1291
Torres L.G. 1025
Torres R. 990
Torrizo L. 1112
Toth B. 1731
Toth I.K. 1799
Toti L. 1390
Toyoda K. 1142
Traag B.A. 1252
Trabulsi L.R. 1179
Tramper J. 983
Tranchimand S. 1075
Traore D. 1798
Trelles-Sticken E. 1254
Tremblay R. 1127
Trezeguet V. 1269
Triky-Dotan S. 1435
Trillas Ma.I. 1333
Tron T. 1075
Troschke K. 1202
Trout T. 1552
Truffault V. 1276
Truper H.G. 1667
Tsai H.-J. 1726
Tsai S.-J. 1675
Tsakalidou E. 1520
Tselepides A. 1560, 1561
Tseng C.-S. 1726
Tseng M.-H. 1010
Tsitko I. 1203
Tsoi M.M.Y. 1655, 1696
Tsoi T.V. 1135
Tsuchiya S. 1759
Tsujimoto A. 1342
Tsukahara T. 1339
Tsukamoto S. 1204
Tsung C.C. 1778
Tsuzuki M. 1195
Tucker L.D. 1008
Tuite M.F. 1138
Tunlid A. 1298
Tunney M.M. 1354
Tuomanen E.I. 1234
Turchetti B. 1639
Turetsky M.R. 1551
Turkington T.K. 1606
Turner K. 1078
Turnpenny L. 920
Turpault M.-P. 1546
Tuzikov A.B. 1386
Tzeng Y.-L. 1214

Tabata S. 1320
Tagami T. 1759
Tager J. 922
Tagu D. 1304
Taib M. 1743
Takahara H. 1421
Takahashi J. 1342
Takahashi R. 1612
Takahashi T. 1399
Takahashi Y. 1660
Takakura S. 1759
Takami H. 1699
Takatsuki A. 1286
Takatsume Y. 1201
Takaura K. 1342
Takeda K. 1189
Takeda S. 1597
Takemura H. 1633
Takeshi K. 1218
Takeuchi O. 1189
Talhinhas P. 1415
Tam N.F.Y. 1615, 1617
Tamiaki H. 1141
Tamplin M.L. 1467, 1468
Tamura M. 1065
Tamura Y. 1399
Tan C. 1626
Tan C.L. 1744
Tan J. 1112
Tan L. 1362
Tan N. 963
Tan T.-L. 1718
Tanaka K. 948
Tanaka S. 1421
Tanaka T. 1560, 1561, 1590
Tanasupawat S. 1672
Tang W. 952, 1110
Tang X. 1754
Tang Z. 994
Tange T. 1065
Taniguchi M. 1177, 1370
Tanisako A. 1271
Tarantolo S.R. 1774
Taras D. 1515
Tarran G.A. 1581
Tart A.H. 1211
Tas D.O. 1608
Tauscher G. 1692
Tavanti A. 1765, 1766
Tavares J. 1262
Tavechio A.T. 1482
Tay J.-H. 1021, 1023, 1024
Tay S.T.-L. 1024
Taylor A.F.S. 1305
Taylor A.J. 1106
Taylor C.G. 1087
Taylor L.A. 1268
Tedin K. 1515
Teixeira K.R.D.S. 1776
Tello M. 1807
Tendolkar S. 1818
Teniola O.D. 1607
Tennant S. 1179
Teo A.Y.-L. 1471
Terry R.S. 1674
Tewari J.P. 1606
Teyssier C. 1653
Thaenthanee S. 1457
Thaikua S. 1396
Thakar A. 1084
Thakral S.S. 1770
Thakur S. 1401, 1473
Thawai C. 1672
Thiel C. 1635
Thijsen S. 1742
Thingstad T. 1591
Thippareddi H. 1491

Uematsu S. 1189
Ueyama R. 1454
Uhlmann E. 1318
Ukuku D.O. 1475
Ulrich R.L. 1268
Unrein F. 1583
Urabe T. 1656
Uray K. 1692
Urban M. 944
URen J.M. 1773
Ushida K. 1339
Usui T. 1787

Uterano C. 1546
Uzal F.A. 1368
Vaahtovuo J. 1801
Valcarce G.A. 930
Valentini A.M. 1524
Valero F. 1081
Valinotto L. 1061
Valkonen J.P.T. 1403
Valldeperas J. 1086
Vallini G. 1045
Van Belkum A. 1290
Van Damme E.J.M. 958
Van Den Boogert P.H.J.F. 1795
Van Den Dries N. 950
Van Den Hondel
C.A.M.J.J. 950
Van Der Meide W.F. 1383
Van Der Zanden A.G.M. 1768
Van Dien S. 917
van Doesburg W. 1709
Van Eldere J. 1762
Van Ert M.N. 1773
Van Esse H.P. 1677
Van Gent-Pelzer M.P.E. 1795
Van Heerden A. 1804
Van Hellemond J.J. 1139
Van Leeuwen G.C.M. 1795
Van Loon A.M. 1742
Van Ranst M. 1375, 1762
Van Selm S. 1290
Van Soolingen D. 1767, 1768
Van Trappen S. 1718
Van Tuinen D. 1307
Van Veelen P. 1290
Van Wezel G.P. 1252
Van Wyk P.W.J. 1804
Van Zyl W.H. 928, 1607
Vancanneyt M. 1654
Vandamme P. 1654, 1718
Vandenbroucke-Grauls
C.M.J.E. 1780
VanderGheynst J.S. 1443
Vangronsveld J. 1316
Vanhille L. 1262
Vanichsriratana W. 1049
Vaque D. 1595
Varga J. 1731
Varga M. 1731
Varma T.K. 1366
Vasiliauskas R. 1305
Vassileva A. 1057
Vasu P. 1066
Vaughan-Martini A. 1639
Vavassori S. 1154
Vecerek B. 951
Veciana-Nogues M.T. 1476,
1511
Veer M.V.D. 1064
Vega-Sanchez M.E. 1420
Velaquez E. 1711
Velazhahan R. 1431
Velazquez E. 1324
Veliceasa D. 1692
Velimirov B. 1578
Venkitanarayanan K. 1478
Ventosa A. 1643, 1712, 1723
Vercesi A.E. 1284
Verdu E.F. 1518
Vergnes B. 1262
Verma A. 1363
Verreth J. 1517
Verrips C.T. 950
Verstraete W. 1135
Vertommen M.A.M.E. 1064
Veste M. 1562
Vetten H.J. 1411
Vetter W. 1622
Veuilett G. 1182
Viale A.M. 1631
Vicari D. 1398
Vicente F. 946
Vicente J. 1398
Vidal-Carou M.C. 1476
Vidhyasekaran P. 1431
Vidziunaite R. 1051
Vieira A.A.H. 1159
Vieira M. 1372
Viera M.A.M. 1179
Vignolo G. 1750
Vihavainen E. 1654
Vijgen L. 1375
Vila A.J. 1631
Vila M. 1598
Vilalta E. 1577
Vilar V.J.P. 1096
Vile M.A. 1553
Vilgalys R.J. 1559
Viljanen M.K. 1801
Villa L. 1748
Villalonga M.L. 992
Villalonga R. 992
Villar-Vidal M. 1735
Vincken J.-P. 1109

Viotto L.A. 1506


Viotto W.H. 1506
Visser R. 1109
Visvesvara G.S. 1760
Vivanco J.M. 1323
Vivancos A.P. 1201
Vivar-Quintana A.M. 1507
Vizcano J.A. 946
Vogel S.A. 1381
Vohra R.M. 1717
Voicu R. 1127
Volante A. 1306
Von Alten H. 1312
Von Banniseht-Wysmuller
T.E. 1741
von der Heyden S. 1720, 1721
Von Lackum K. 1367
Vosatka M. 1602
Vosloo W. 1788
Vuaran M. 1182
Vukojevic J. 1069
Vullioud P. 1308
Wagenaar J.A. 1741
Wagner-Dobler I. 1647
Wahl S.D. 1356
Waldner C.L. 1737
Walker C.A. 1151
Walker C.B. 1558
Wallace L.J.M. 1160
Wallenstein M.D. 1559
Wallich R. 1367
Wallin W.G. 1124
Walsh G. 1078
Walsh K. 1799
Walter E.A. 1771
Walter N. 1087
Walther R. 1381
Wan J.M.-F. 1007
Wander J.G.N. 1795
Wang C.-H. 1675
Wang C.-L. 1000
Wang D. 1789
Wang G. 1196
Wang H. 963, 1144, 1267,
1521, 1626
Wang H.X. 1445
Wang J. 968, 978, 1035, 1119,
1319, 1449
Wang J.-D. 1056
Wang K. 1154
Wang L. 1034, 1547
Wang M.-K. 1549
Wang Q. 1137
Wang S. 1070, 1688
Wang S.-L. 1000
Wang T. 1502, 1503
Wang W. 1034
Wang X. 1623, 1626, 1820
Wang Y. 1800
Wang Y.-H. 1822
Wang Z. 959
Ward A.C. 1797
Warmoeskerken
M.M.C.G. 1064
Warriner K. 1496
Wasieloski Jr. L.P. 1790
Wasser S.P. 1069
Watanabe T. 1218, 1286
Waterbury J.B. 1558
Waterman P.G. 1006
Waters A.P. 1635
Waters S.M. 1751
Watling R. 1537
Wattanapiromsakul C. 1825
Webb C. 976
Webb K.J. 1320
Weber R.W.S. 1198
Webster D. 1719
Wedge D.E. 1824
Wei Y. 1137
Weigler B.J. 1514
Weiner D.J. 1359
Weinert J. 1278
Wek R.C. 1151
Welander U. 1033
Welch R.A. 1175
Wells J.M. 1008
Wenzel S.C. 1014, 1130
Weon H.-Y. 1667
Were H.K. 1408
Werner P. 1610
West K.A. 1671
Westh P. 1621
Westhead D.R. 1743
Weuster-Botz D. 981
Weyant R.J. 1772
Weyrauch K.D. 1515
Whale A. 1179
Wheen N.R. 924
Whissell G. 1746
White A. 1354
Whitehead T.R. 1713
Whiteley M. 1221

AUTHOR INDEX
Whitlock J. 1173
Whittle C. 1261
Whitworth D.E. 1260
Wickramasinghe S.R. 1004
Wieler L.H. 1515
Wielgoss A. 1425
Wiemken A. 1296
Wiesner J. 1202
Wiggins R. 1377
Wijnands L.M. 1203
Wilcox G. 1384
Wilhelm L.B. 1364
Wilkinson A.J. 1276
Williams P.H. 1358
Willison J.C. 998
Wilson J.M. 1359
Wilson K.S. 1276
Wilson M.R. 1652
Wilzcek S. 1554
Winans S.C. 1827
Windsor D. 1719
Windsor H. 1719
Wingfield B.D. 1426
Wingfield M.J. 1426, 1687
Winter S. 1408
Winzer T. 1320
Wipat A. 1797
Wisplinghoff H. 1374
Wisplinghoff S. 1374
Withey J.H. 1191
Wolff J.L.C. 1437
Wolfgang M.C. 1211
Woll J. 961
Woloshuk C.P. 1433
Wong A.H.Y. 1617
Wong C.S. 1597
Wong H.-C. 1778
Wong J.H. 965
Wong M.H. 1373
Wong P.-K. 1655, 1696
Wong Y.S. 1615, 1617
Wood M.W. 1268

Zusman
Woodman M.E. 1367
Woolley L.P. 1295
Worobec E.A. 1783
Wozniak D.J. 1211
Wozniak K.L. 1360
Wratten S.D. 1113
Wright A.D. 1208
Wright D.P. 1298
Wright K.J. 1371
Wroblewski T. 1090
Wu B.-H. 1270
Wu C.-S. 1028
Wu D. 1199
Wu J. 1385
Wu J.-Y. 1017
Wu M. 1259, 1715
Wu P.-J. 1017
Wu S. 1678
Wu S.-C. 957
Wu X. 1236
Wumpelmann M. 1756
Wyde P.R. 1822
Wymer L. 1758
Wyns L. 1131
Xavier Malcata F. 997
Xayavong M. 1760
Xi J. 1019
Xia H. 1167
Xie B. 1070
Xie C.-H. 1649
Xie H.X. 1395
Xie Y. 954
Xing W.D. 1101
Xu C. 952
Xu H. 1167
Xu H.-J. 1789
Xu J. 1179
Xu K. 1637
Xu L.-H. 1703
Xu M. 1037, 1038
Xu R. 1616

Xu S. 1167
Xu X.-R. 1624
Xu X.-W. 1715
Xue Y. 1137, 1712

Yasukawa K. 1759
Yates M.G. 1145
Yau K.W.Y. 1617
Yavari C. 1719
Yeh S.-D. 1732
Yen Y.-H. 1000
Yeo C.C. 1744
Yeo J.S. 960
Yeo S.-H. 1701
Yermiyahu U. 1435
Yersin A.G. 1763
Yerushalmi G. 1237
Yeung Y.C.A. 1417
Yi H. 1657
Yildirim S. 1513
Yin R. 1319
Yingst S. 1385
Yobera D. 1409
Yoda K. 943
Yokochi N. 953
Yokosawa H. 1204
Yokota A. 1649
Yokota K. 1218
Yoo S.-B. 1018
Yoon J.-H. 1641, 1642, 1701,
1707
Yoon T.-M. 940
Yoshida S.-I. 1819
Yoshida T. 1204
Yoshikane Y. 953
Yoshikawa K. 1164
Yoshimura H. 1271
Yoshizawa Y. 1142
Younesi H. 1009
Young C.-C. 1541
Young K.D. 1355
Younger J.C. 1235
Yu H.-Q. 968
Yu J.-H. 1544
Yu K.S.H. 1617
Yu L. 1024
Yu R. 1117

Ya Q.F. 1050
Yabuya T. 1100
Yadav S. 1067
Yager P.L. 1579
Yagi O. 1612
Yagi T. 953
Yahata M. 1100
Yamaguchi T. 1183
Yamamoto E.T. 1172
Yamamoto S. 1481
Yamamoto Y. 1708
Yamasaki M. 1286
Yamasato K. 1708
Yamashita K. 1100
Yamazoe A. 1612
Yan B.-X. 1270
Yan B.C. 1288
Yan J.-J. 1376
Yan Z.-C. 1270
Yang C.H. 1640
Yang D. 1800
Yang D.R. 1272
Yang F. 938
Yang H.-C. 1700
Yang J. 1220
Yang M. 1117, 1174
Yang M.-H. 1813
Yang S.-T. 1048
Yang S.H. 1698
Yang X. 1007, 1592
Yang Y. 994
Yang Y.-Y. 940
Yao H. 1167
Yao S.-M. 1376
Yao W.J. 1395
Yarmush M.L. 1126
Yart A. 1817

Yu Z. 956, 1592
Yuan B. 953
Yuan J. 947
Yuan Q.-P. 1056
Yuan X. 1319
Yuasa K. 1340
Yue C. 956
Yuling Li B. 1397
Yum J.-S. 1005
Yumoto I. 1645
Yuval B. 1334
Zacchi G. 937
Zadoks R.N. 1460
Zaiat M. 1020
Zaks B. 1353
Zanetti G. 1202
Zaragoza O. 1169
Zarate G. 1525
Zayed G. 1325
Zeegelaar J.E. 1383
Zeigler H.L. 1534
Zervakis G.I. 1419
Zgurskaya H.I. 1239
Zhang C.-X. 1789
Zhang D. 1036
Zhang F. 963
Zhang H. 1056, 1828
Zhang H.-B. 1691
Zhang K.-Q. 1209
Zhang L. 1172, 1547
Zhang Q. 952
Zhang R. 963
Zhang S. 1190
Zhang T. 1030
Zhang W. 1373
Zhang X. 1167, 1299
Zhang X.-H. 1813
Zhang Y. 963, 1097
Zhang Y.-Q. 1703
Zhang Z. 970, 978, 1359,
1360, 1820

Zhang-Nv Y. 1789
Zhao F. 994
Zhao W. 1688
Zhao Y. 1413
Zheng H. 954
Zheng L. 1220
Zheng M. 954
Zheng N. 1082
Zheng T. 1070, 1592
Zheng W. 938
Zheng Y. 1034, 1082
Zheng Z.-M. 968
Zhi Y.L. 1050
Zhong J. 1678
Zhou H.W. 1615
Zhou J.S. 1522
Zhou K. 1037
Zhou P.-J. 1715
Zhu G. 1547
Zhu J. 1188
Zhu Y.-G. 1299
Zhuo J. 1082
Zidar P. 1565
Ziegler K. 1108
Zientz E. 1332
Zimmerman W.B. 1133
Zimmermann A. 1004
Zinke H. 926
Zohary T. 1560, 1561, 1590
Zou Y. 1034
Zoumpopoulou G. 1520
Zu P.L. 1050
Zubairi S. 1370
Zubkov M.V. 1581
Zuin A. 1201
Zurdo-Pineiro J.L. 1324
Zusman D.R. 1260
Zusman T. 1237

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CURRENT ADVANCES IN APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND


BIOTECHNOLOGY
Vol. 23, No. 2

February 2006

Nos. 9161830

CONTENTS

1. BIOTECHNOLOGY - TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES


1.1. General Applications of Biotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
1.2. Implications of Biotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
1.3. Culture Selection and Improvement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Discovery and characterization
Recombinant DNA technology
Mutagenesis
Breeding techniques
Strain stability
Fermentor behaviour
1.4. Expression Systems for Foreign Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Microbial
Animal cell
Plant cell
1.5. Process Design and Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Biochemical engineering
Process monitoring
Immobilization of cells
Immobilization of enzymes
Scale-up methods
1.6. Culture and Fermentor Contamination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.7. Growth and Product Formation Kinetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Enzyme
Microbial
Animal cell
Plant cell
1.8. Downstream Processing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Chromatography
Solvent extraction
Cell disruption and separation
Filtration
Centrifugation
Precipitation
2. MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
2.1. Brewing and Alcohol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
2.2. Pharmaceuticals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
2.3. Food Additives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.4. Biofuels, Alcohol and Solvents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
2.5. Oil and Minerals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6. Cells and Biomass Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7. Biopolymers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
2.8. Agrochemicals and Inoculants. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
2.9. Other Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
2.10. Waste Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
2.11. Renewable Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
2.12. Biochemical Transformations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
3. ENZYME BIOTECHNOLOGY
3.1. Production and Synthesis of Enzymes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
3.2. Hydrolytic Enzymes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
3.3. Synthesis of Chemical Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
3.4. Synthesis of Biological Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
3.5. Degradation of Polymers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
4. PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
4.1. Production of Compounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
4.2. Waste/Pollution Treatment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
4.3. Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4. Breeding/Agriculture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
4.5. Transgenic Plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
5. ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
5.1. Production of Compounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2. Transgenic Animals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3. Hybridoma technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.4. Catalytic Antibodies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6. ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
6.1. Biosensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
6.2. Monitoring of Released Organisms in the Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
6.3. Food Biotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.4. Clinical Biotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
6.5. Pharmaceutical Biotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.6. Agricultural Biotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
7. MICROBIAL METABOLISM AND PHYSIOLOGY
7.1. Metabolic Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
7.2. Microbial Energetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
7.3. Bioluminescence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
7.4. Microbial Photosynthesis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
7.5. Nitrogen Fixation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
7.6. Nitrogen Transport and Metabolism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
7.7. Carbon Transport and Metabolism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Carbohydrates
Lipids
1-C compounds

2-C compounds
Hydrocarbons
Respiration and fermentation
7.8. Vitamins and Coenzymes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.9. Nucleotides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
7.10. Pigments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
7.11. Transport, Toxicity and Metabolism of Ions and Minerals . . . . . . . . . . . 84
7.12. Metabolism of Inorganic Compounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
7.13. Virulence Factors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
7.14. Metabolism in Extreme Environments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
7.15. Secondary Metabolism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
7.16. Bacteriocins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
7.17. Microbial Physiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Growth and differentiation
Morphology and ultrastructure
Sporulation
Chemotaxis and motility
Membranes
8. MICROBIAL SYMBIOSES AND OTHER INTERACTIONS
8.1. Plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Mycorrhizae
Lichens
Endophytes
Nodulation
Rhizosphere organisms
8.2. Invertebrates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Symbiotic
Digestive tract
8.3. Vertebrates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Rumen and intestine
Other symbiotic
Commensal organisms
8.4. Microbial Interactions with Other Micro-Organisms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
8.5. Biofilms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
9. MICROBIAL DISEASES AND PARASITES
9.1. Diseases of Micro-Organisms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.2. Diseases of Invertebrates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
9.3. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
9.4. Diseases of Wild Animals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5. Economically Important Diseases of Livestock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
9.6. Plant Pathology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Viral pathogens and diseases
Bacterial pathogens and diseases
Fungal pathogens and diseases
9.7. Biological Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Viral systems
Bacterial systems
Fungal systems
10. MICRO-ORGANISMS AFFECTING HUMAN AND ANIMAL
HEALTH
10.1. Water Quality and Sanitation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
10.2. Water and Environmentally Transmitted Diseases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
10.3. Food Microbiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Spoilage and contamination
Food-transmitted diseases and intoxications
Fungi and mycotoxins
Food preservatives and anti-microbials
Microbially produced foods
Mushrooms and other microbial foods
10.4. Zoonoses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
10.5. Probiotics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
11. MICRO-ORGANISMS IN THE ENVIRONMENT
11.1. Microbial Ecology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Atmosphere
Soil
Litter and humus
Nutrient cycling and geochemical cycles
Marine and freshwater
Extreme environments
Pollutants and toxicants
11.2. Environmental Molecular Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
11.3. Biodegradation of Natural Polymers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
11.4. Biodegradation of Xenobiotics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
11.5. Biodeterioration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12. METHODS AND TECHNIQUES
12.1. Identification and Characterization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
12.2. Taxonomy and Systematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
12.3. Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
12.4. Enumeration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
12.5. Culture Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
12.6. Commercial Kits and Assays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122

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12.7. Design of Apparatus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.8. Immunological Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123


12.9. Molecular Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
12.10. Biochemical Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
12.11. Assays Utilizing Micro-Organisms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -

12.12. Evaluation of Anti-Microbial Compounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128


13. GENERAL CONCEPTS
13.1. Reviews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
13.2. Symposia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -