5 edition of Hansenula polymorpha found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Gerd Gellissen, ed.|
|LC Classifications||TP248.27.M47 H36 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 347 p. :|
|Number of Pages||347|
|LC Control Number||2002514163|
Feliu JA, et al. SCP production by Hansenula polymorpha from xylose. Process Biochem. , Ramezani-Rad M, et al. The Hansenula polymorpha (strain CBS) genome sequencing and analysis. FEMS Yeast Res. 4: , Souciet JL, et al. Genomic Exploration of the Hemiascomycetous Yeasts: 1. Book of Abstracts of th International Congress on Yeasts. Yeasts for Human Progress “Reconstruction of sulfur metabolism pathway in Hansenula polymorpha based on transcriptome and metabolite analysis”. Kyiv, Ukraine, Р. Sohn MJ. Global transcriptional response of methylotrophic yeast Hansenula polymorpha to environmental Cited by: 1.
In the last decade, the yeast Hansenula polymorpha (syn.: Pichia angusta) has become an excellent experimental model for genetic and molecular investigations of nitrate assimilation, a subject traditionally investigated in plants, filamentous fungi and bacteria. Among other advantages, H. polymorpha offers classical and molecular genetic tools, as well as the Cited by: 3. Hansenula polymorpha DL1 is a methylotrophic yeast, widely used in fundamental studies of methanol metabolism, peroxisome biogenesis and function, and also as a microbial cell factory for production of recombinant proteins and metabolic engineering towards the goal of high temperature ethanol production. We have sequenced the 9 Mbp H. polymorpha DL1 genome Cited by:
While the choices of microbial and eukaryotic expression systems for production of recombinant proteins are many, most researchers in academic and industrial settings do not have ready access to pertinent biological and technical information since it is normally scattered throughout the scientific literature. This book closes the gap by providing information on the 5/5(1). Formaldehyde Oxidizing Enzymes and Genetically Modified Yeast Hansenula polymorpha Cells in Monitoring and Removal of Formaldehyde By Vladimir Sibirny, Olha Demkiv, Sasi Sigawi, Solomiya Paryzhak, Halyna Klepach, Yaroslav Korpan, Oleh Smutok, Marina Nisnevich, Galina Gayda, Yeshayahu Nitzan, Czesław Puchalski and Mykhailo GoncharCited by: 9.
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Hansenula polymorpha in particular has become a preferred organism for the production of recombinant proteins on an industrial scale. Product examples range from therapeutics such as hepatitis B vaccines to industrial enzymes like the feed additive phytase.
This book is addressed to researchers and scientists working in the field and. This book is addressed to researchers and scientists working in the field and provides a comprehensive, up-to-date overview of the present status of Hansenula polymorpha research, applications and methods.
Recently, taxonomists have decided that the much‐loved name Hansenula polymorpha should be replaced by Pichia angusta. This name has not found favour with the community (hence the book title). A search of the Science Citation Index reveals articles with ‘ Hansenula polymorpha’ in the title, but only eight with ‘ Pichia angusta Cited by: 2.
polymorpha NRRL Y on the basis of identical ITS and D1/D2 gene sequences. Ecology: Phaff () reported “Hansenula” angusta to be common in rotting opuntia cacti. The cactus isolates show G+C contents about 1 mol% higher than non-cactus strains, but reduced (ca.
65–70%) nDNA complementarity with these strains. The Hansenula polymorpha expression system. Introduction. Hansenula polymorpha (Ogataea polymorpha) is a methylotrophic yeast that can utilize methanol as the sole carbon source.
During growth on methanol several peroxisomal enzymes are dramatically induced like alcohol oxidase (AOX), dihydroxyacetone synthase Hansenula polymorpha book and catalase (CAT.
To construct diploids of Hansenula polymorpha. To observe conjugation tubes. To sporulate diploids. To perform random spore analysis. Eventually to try tetrad by: 1. Hansenula polymorpha (Pichia angusta) belongs to a limited number of methylotrophic yeast species.
It is able to assimilate nitrate and can grow on a range of carbon sources. Furthermore, H. polymorpha is a thermo-tolerant microorganism with some strains growing at temperatures up to 50° C and more. These unusual characteristics render H. polymorpha attractive as a model Cited by: Hansenula polymorpha by Gerd Gellissen,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Gerd Gellissen.
Addressed to researchers and scientists working in the field of Methylotrophic yeasts, this book provides an overview of the status of Hansenula polymorpha research, applications and methods.
It includes a chapter on laboratory methods, and covers aspects of the organism such as systematics, genetics, methanol metabolism, and more. Polymorpha definition is - a suborder or other group of beetles including the Clavicornia and Serricornia. The Hansenula polymorpha (strain CBS) genome sequencing and analysis.
Ramezani-Rad M(1), Hollenberg CP, Lauber J, Wedler H, Griess E, Wagner C, Albermann K, Hani J, Piontek M, Dahlems U, Gellissen by: Pichia (Hansenula and Hyphopichia are obsolete synonyms) is a genus of yeasts in the family Saccharomycetaceae with spherical, elliptical, or oblong acuminate cells.
Pichia is a teleomorph, and forms hat-shaped, hemispherical, or round ascospores during sexual reproduction. The anamorphs of some Pichia species are Candida species. The asexual reproduction is by Class: Saccharomycetes. Genre/Form: Kongress Düsseldorf () Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hansenula polymorpha.
Weinheim: Wiley-VCH, © (OCoLC) In Hansenula polymorpha, MOX and FMD promoters are repeatedly used for the expression of heterologous genes (14)(15) (16).
These promoters are. Hansenula polymorpha (Pichia angusta) belongs to a limited number of methylotrophic yeast species. It is able to assimilate nitrate and can grow on a range of carbon sources.
The methylotrophic yeast Hansenula polymorpha (syn. Pichia angusta) is one of the most important industrially applied non-conventional yeasts [1, 2]rpha is a ubiquitous yeast species occurring naturally in spoiled orange juice, maize meal, in the gut of various insect species and in soil.
It grows as white to cream colonies and does not form filaments . Hansenula polymorpha is an important cell factory for the production of pharmaceutical proteins .Moreover, it is extensively used in fundamental research aiming at understanding the molecular principles of peroxisome biology .As cell factory, H.
polymorpha has several important advantages. First, it contains very strong and inducible promoters derived Cited by: 1. Appl Environ Microbiol. Oct;81(20) doi: /AEM Epub Jul Hansenula polymorpha Hac1p Is Critical to Protein N-Glycosylation Activity Modulation, as Revealed by Functional and Transcriptomic by: 9.
A range of industrial H. polymorpha-based processes exist, most of them for the production of pharmaceuticals. The established industrial processes lean on the use of promoters derived from MOX and FMD, genes of the methanol metabolism pathway. In Hansenula polymorpha these promoters are de-repressed upon depletion of a range of carbon sources Cited by: Hansenula polymorpha.
ARTES uses one of the most important industrial expression systems, the methylotrophic yeast Hansenula polymorpha (syn. Pichia angusta). For our platform technology, we have all relevant IP rights as well as unpatent know-how.
Our expertise is on trouble-shooting and project manage. Analysis of heat shock promoters in Hansenula polymorpha: the TPS1 promoter, a novel element for heterologous gene expression. Biotechnol Bioproc Eng 5: – de Bruin EC, de Wolf FA, Laane NC.
Expression and secretion of human alpha-1 (I) procollagen fragment by Hansenula polymorpha as compared to Pichia by: While the choices of microbial and eukaryotic expression systems for production of recombinant proteins are many, most researchers in academic and industrial settings do not have ready access to pertinent biological and technical information since it is normally scattered throughout the scientific literature.
This book closes the gap by providing information on the Author: Gerd Gellissen. Hansenula polymorpha, Pichia pastoris, Arxula adeninivorans, Yarrrowia lipolytica, Yeast expression platforms 1 Introduction The exploitation of recombinant-DNA technology to engineer expression systems for heterologous protein production has provided a major task during the last by: