At longer degradation times, greater degradative
breakdown activity can then occur in the crystalline regions of the different systems indicated.
The bacteria Halomonas and haloarchaea survive in similar salinities and contain similar degradative
capabilities ; however, it is not known what drives the competitive advantage of one over the other.
Despite differences in degradative
ability, both fungi produced similar amounts of ergosterol, a proxy for total fugal biomass , as well as similar amounts of secreted protein on sorghum when compared at equivalent timepoints.
In addition to MMPs, the degradative
enzymes ADAMTS-4 and ADAMTS-5 also showed significant down-regulation.
To further distinguish whether RBBR decolourisation by isolate MS8 was by means of degradative
colour removal or by adsorption, dye decolourisation was reported in absorbance ratio of [A.sub.592]/[A.sub.500] and possible dye adsorption onto fungal mycelium was also quantified after methanol extraction.
The basic condition applied on the active drug substances for 2 hours induced the hydrolysis of florfenicol causing assay loss of about 26% and degradative
materials (Fr1) and (Fr2) of about 23% and 4.5%, respectively, while no degradation was observed for flunixin.
This research demonstrates the importance of inoculum source on the electrogenic and degradative
activities and ultimate microbial community composition of SW-treating MFCs.
During fruit ripening, degradation in a chlorophyll is generally more intense than in b chlorophyll, since b chlorophyll has to be converted to a chlorophyll to enter the degradative
route (MATILE et al., 1996).
Strains ZP-FP5 and ZP-F6 exhibited maximum pectin degradative
properties by producing zones of 45 and 40 mm sizes respectively as shown in Figure 2.
(19) Continued presence of bacteria causes influx and activation of neutrophils, thus lifting the level of degradative
matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs).
An animal study of sea cucumber extract (SCE), DHGs, showed that it undergoes observable metabolic degradation when administered orally and loss of sulfate group as the most important degradative
metabolic pathway; only 0.1% of the orally administered DHG (50 mg/kg) was recovered in urine collected for 24 h while more than 5% of the intravenously administered DHG (1 mg/kg) was excreted in urine in 24 h.
It is generally accepted that the age-related accumulation of "aberrant" proteins results from both the increased occurrence of damage and the decreased efficiency of degradative