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AEROBIC SPORULATING BACTERIA I. : Glucose Dehydrogenase of Bacillus cereus1

By John A. Bach and H. L. Sadoff

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Bach, John A. (Michigan State University, East Lansing) and H. L. Sadoff. Aerobic sporulating bacteria. I. Glucose dehydrogenase of Bacillus cereus. J. Bacteriol. 83:699–707. 1962.—A heat-resistant glucose dehydrogenase occurs in cultures of Bacillus cereus which are in the initial stages of sporulation. This enzyme is, kinetically, identical to the glucose dehydrogenase which can be extracted from mature spores, but is considerably more heat resistant than the spore-free enzyme. The two enzymes produce identity lines in two-dimensional immunodiffusion experiments, and their behavior in chromatographic and electrophoretic studies is also identical

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Year: 1962
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