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construction and evaluation of amperometric cell debris-based biosensors using constant-potential amperometry in a three-electrode configuration with an Ag/AgCl/KCl(3M) reference electrode and a Pt-wire counter-electrode. The strain DELTAcyb2/DLD1 is a suitable biorecognition element for the construction of biosensors selective for D-lactate, overview
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construction and evaluation of amperometric cell debris-based biosensors using constant-potential amperometry in a three-electrode configuration with an Ag/AgCl/KCl(3M) reference electrode and a Pt-wire counter-electrode. The strain DELTAcyb2/DLD1 is a suitable biorecognition element for the construction of biosensors selective for D-lactate, overview; overexpression of DLDH coupling with the deletion of L-lactate-cytochrome c oxidoreductase activity opens possibility for usage of the strain as a base for construction of bioreactor for removing toxic D-lactate from fermented products due to oxidation to nontoxic pyruvate. Construction and evaluation of a bioreactor for oxidation of toxic D-lactate using yeast cells overproducing D-lactate cytochrome c oxidoreductase, using permeabilized cells and alginate gel. The efficiency of enzymatic oxidation of D-lactate by the bioreactor prototype tightly depends on flow rate through the column
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mRNAs are present in both d2hgdh mutant lines, but not in dldh1-1 and dldh1-2 mutant lines
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mutation in fog1, fog 2 and Klhap2 gene loci for regulation studies
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mutation in Hap1p/2/3/4/5 gene loci for regulation studies
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overexpression of DLDH coupling with the deletion of L-lactate-cytochrome c oxidoreductase activity opens possibility for usage of the strain as a base for construction of bioreactor for removing toxic D-lactate from fermented products due to oxidation to nontoxic pyruvate. Construction and evaluation of a bioreactor for oxidation of toxic D-lactate using yeast cells overproducing D-lactate cytochrome c oxidoreductase, using permeabilized cells and alginate gel. The efficiency of enzymatic oxidation of D-lactate by the bioreactor prototype tightly depends on flow rate through the column
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