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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Bohumil Bielik, Ladislav Molnár, Vladimír Vrabec, Romana Andrášiová, Ivana Cingel'ová Maruščáková, Radomíra Nemcová, Juraj Toporčák, and Dagmar Mudroňová

-fructose, maltodextrin, and maltose; Sigma–Aldrich, USA) was used for biofilm assay. A modified version of the previously described method ( O'Toole et al., 1999 ) was used to test biofilm formation. Fifty µL of bacterial suspension (McFarland standard 1

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. Biochemical tests such as acid production, enzyme substrate test and polysaccharide formation from sucrose can be performed for confirmation. N. polysaccharea also produces acid from glucose and maltose like N. meningitidis, so biochemical tests can also

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ornithine decarboxylase, urease activity and fermentation of seven carbohydrates: dulcitol, sorbitol, lactose, maltose, arabinose, xylose, and trehalose ( Blackall et al., 1997 ), and capsular type by a multiplex PCR ( Townsend et al., 2001 ). The isolates

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strain 6036 did not grow on MacConkey agar. Strain 6036 was oxidase, catalase and indole positive, but negative for ornithine decarboxylase and urea. Acid was produced from glucose, maltose and xylose, but not from trehalose, lactose, arabinose, dulcitol

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207 213 Patent, Highly Purified Maltitol Preparation Method, Japanese Patent J-01273593, 01.11.89. (1989). Patent, Maltose and Maltitol Preparation Method

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Combe, N. B. and Smith, R. H. (1974): Digestion and absorption of starch, maltose and lactose by the preruminant calf. Br. J. Nutr. 31 , 227-235. Digestion and absorption of starch, maltose and lactose by the preruminant calf

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this complex turns on the expression of several genes including genes of the mal operon. The bacteria then utilize maltose as a unique source of carbon and can be distinguished on an indicator or selective media. The goal of present study was

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2% non-nutrient agar (Difco, USA) covered with trypticase-yeast extract-maltose and incubated at room temperature [ 14 ]. The plates were monitored daily for the presence of Acanthamoeba for up to a month. The observed trophozoites or cysts of

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. mutans . According to Chang’s research, the addition of maltose, sucrose, glycine, and glycerol increased IgY stability [30] . On the other hand, protein destruction by trypsin, chymotrypsin, and pepsin could also be prevented by adding gum

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