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Physiological Roles and Regulation of Mammalian Sulfate Transporters.
Daniel M.
Physiological Reviews, 81(4) (2001)
Partial deletion of the sulfate transporter SLC13A1 is associated with an osteochondrodysplasia in the Miniature Poodle breed.
Neff M W, et al.
PLoS ONE, 7(12), e51917-e51917 (2012)
Transcriptional regulation of the sodium-sulfate cotransporter NaSi-1 gene.
Dawson P A and Daniel M
Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics, 36(2-3), 175-182 (2002)
Niklas Wahlström et al.
Carbohydrate polymers, 233, 115852-115852 (2020-02-16)
The cell wall polysaccharide ulvan was isolated from two species of the seaweed Ulva collected along the Swedish west coast. Acidic extraction was benchmarked against hot water extraction with enzymatic purification and against commercial ulvan. Extracted ulvan contained 11-18 %
Molecular aspects of renal tubular handling and regulation of inorganic sulfate.
Beck L and Caroline S
Kidney International, 59(3), 835-845 (2001)
Esters production via carboxylates from anaerobic paper mill wastewater treatment.
Carlos I C R, et al.
Bioresource Technology, 237 , 186-192 (2017)
Cornelia U Welte et al.
Environmental microbiology, 23(7), 4017-4033 (2021-04-30)
Methoxylated aromatic compounds (MACs) are important components of lignin found in significant amounts in the subsurface. Recently, the methanogenic archaeon Methermicoccus shengliensis was shown to be able to use a variety of MACs during methoxydotrophic growth. After a molecular survey
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