PPLRE Corpus 30.a

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A lysozyme-osmotic shock method is described for fractionation of Alcaligenes faecalis which uses glucose to adjust osmotic strength and multiple osmotic shocks. During phenylethylamine-dependent growth, aromatic amine dehydrogenase, azurin, and a single cytochrome c were localized in the periplasm. Their induction patterns are different from those for the related quinoprotein methylamine dehydrogenase and its associated redox proteins.


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  • <PSID=30.a.0> A lysozyme-osmotic shock method is described for fractionation of Alcaligenes faecalis which uses glucose to adjust osmotic strength and multiple osmotic shocks.
  • <PSID=30.a.1> During phenylethylamine-dependent growth, aromatic amine dehydrogenase, azurin, and a single cytochrome c were localized in the periplasm.
  • <PSID=30.a.2> Their induction patterns are different from those for the related quinoprotein methylamine dehydrogenase and its associated redox proteins.

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OPL Named Entity Recognition

  • <PSID=30.a.0> A lysozyme-osmotic shock method is described for fractionation of Alcaligenes faecalis which uses glucose to adjust osmotic strength and multiple osmotic shocks.
  • <PSID=30.a.0> During phenylethylamine-dependent growth, aromatic amine dehydrogenase, azurin, and a single cytochrome c were localized in the periplasm.
  • <PSID=30.a.0> Their induction patterns are different from those for the related quinoprotein methylamine dehydrogenase and its associated redox proteins.

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Semantic Relations

  • OPL(Alcaligenes faecalis, amine dehydrogenase, periplasm)
  • OPL(Alcaligenes faecalis, azurin, periplasm)
  • OPL(Alcaligenes faecalis, cytochrome c, periplasm)