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Arthrobacter oxydans as a biocatalyst for purine deamination

Purification and characterization of two extracellular proteinases from Arthrobacter nicotianae 9458

Secretory production of Arthrobacter levan fructotransferase from recombinant Escherichia coli

Purification and characterization of aminopropionaldehyde dehydrogenase from Arthrobacter sp. TMP-1

Purification and characterization of carbaryl hydrolase from Arthrobacter sp. RC100

Endophthalmitis Involving an Arthrobacter-Like Organism Following Intraocular Lens Implantation

Purification and Characterization of Polyamine Aminotransferase of Arthrobacter sp. TMP-1

Construction of Escherichia coli–Arthrobacter–Rhodococcus shuttle vectors based on a cryptic plasmid from Arthrobacter rhombi and investigation of their application for functional screening

Branching of o-nitrobenzoate degradation pathway in Arthrobacter protophormiae RKJ100: identification of new intermediates

Characterization of Arthrobacter nicotinovorans HIM, an atrazine-degrading bacterium, from agricultural soil New Zealand

Plasmid localisation of atrazine-degrading genes in newly described Chelatobacter and Arthrobacter strains

Purification and characterization of an extracellular proline iminopeptidase from Arthrobacter nicotianae 9458

Influence of aluminum on motility and swarming of Pseudomonas sp. and Arthrobacter sp.

Biodegradation of 4-chlorophenol via a hydroquinone pathway by Arthrobacter ureafaciens CPR706

How big is a bacterium? Approximation to a correct total cell density of Arthrobacter sp A comment on ‘A practicable and accurate method to differentiate between intra- and extracellular water of microbial cells’ by P. Illmer, C. Erlebach and F. Schinner, FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 178 (1999) 135–139

Purification and Characterization of a Novel Sialidase from a Strain of Arthrobacter nicotianae


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(order Actinobacteria)

A genus of bacteria. The cells undergo a change in form during culture in the laboratory, from roughly spherical to irregularly rod-shaped. They are chemo-organotrophic, and can grow only in the presence of air. They are found chiefly in soil.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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