galperin at biotek.mcb.uconn.edu
Tue Sep 24 13:49:13 EST 1996
>ivanov at wlab.freenet.kiev.ua (Vladimir Ivanov) writes:
>Subject: Re: Russian Journals/Periodicals
>You cannot find any publications on this theme.The data regarding the
>productivity of industrial strains and details of industrial processes
>cannot be published in former Soviet Union.
Productivity data - sure, but resistance to analogs was no secret.
See, e.g., Luntz, M.G., N.L. Zhdanova, and G.I.Bourd (1986) J.Gen.Microbiol.
132:2137-2146 and references therein.
>>I am particularly interested in learning about any Russian scientists
>>working on lysine fermentation - especially if they were using
>>Brevibacterium or Corynebacterium mutants resistant to any of these
>>analogues: alpha-aminolauryllactam, gamma-metyl-l-lysine or N-carbobenzoxy
>>lysine or similar.
Michael Galperin galperin at biotek.mcb.uconn.edu
Univ. of Connecticut
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