EurekaMag.com logo
+ Translate

Differences in the structural organization of candida cell walls


, : Differences in the structural organization of candida cell walls. Mikrobiologiya 53(2): 300-304

The structural organization of the outer layer of cell walls was studied in 3 Candida spp. using a proteolytic digestion followed by an analysis of the resultant cell wall fragments by the technique of gel filtration and PMR. Differences were found in the thickness of the outer cell wall layer (removed by proteases) and in the structural arrangement of polysaccharide molecules in this layer.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 005151612

Submit PDF Full Text: Here


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Egorenkova, G.N.; Belov, A.P., 1984: Structural organization of the cell walls in yeasts of the genus Candida. The structural organization of the outer layer of cell walls was studied in three species of the Candida genus using a proteolytic digestion followed by an analysis of the resultant cell wall fragments by the techniques of gel filtration and PMR....

Kogan, G.; Pavliak, V.; Masler, L., 1988: Structural studies of mannans from the cell walls of the pathogenic yeasts Candida albicans serotypes A and B and Candida parapsilosis. A comparative study of three cell-wall mannans, of Candida albicans serotypes A and B and Candida parapsilosis, by means of methylation analysis supports a model of yeast mannans as having an .alpha.-(1 .fwdarw. 6)-linked backbone with some units...

Mormeneo, S.; Marcilla, A.; Iranzo, M.; Sentandreu, R., 1994: Structural mannoproteins released by beta-elimination from Candida albicans cell walls. Mild alkaline solutions (beta-elimination), after removing the non-covalently bonded wall materials by hot SDS, released 13% and 26% of remaining wall proteins from mycelial and yeast cells of Candida albicans, respectively. When the beta-eliminat...

Correns, E.; Wergin, W.; Ruscher, C., 1956: Structural differences in the cell-walls of hardwoods.. Light microscopy and X-ray diffraction studies of normal and tension wood of Populus nigra, Quercus robur, Fagus sylvatica and Aesculus hippocastanum showed that in the (gelatinous) tension-wood layer the cellulose is crystalline and lies almost a...

Poulain, D.; Tronchin, G.; Vernes, A., 1985: Use of a method of lipid extraction from Candida albicans cell walls blastospores. Ultrastructural implications concerning their localization and parietal microfibril organization. A chemical method for lipid extraction has been applied to Candida albicans blastospores previously to their examination by transmission electron microscopy. The results led to the concept of a superficial location of lipids bounded to the peptido...

Fujikawa, S.; Kuroda, K.; Jitsuyama, Y.; Sano, Y.; Ohtani, J., 1999: Freezing behavior of xylem ray parenchyma cells in softwood species with differences in the organization of cell walls. A study was conducted to examine the effects of the organization of the cell walls of xylem ray parenchyma cells on freezing behaviour (i.e. the capacity for supercooling and extracellular freezing), in various softwood species (Sciadopitys vertic...

Ruiz-Herrera, J.; Mormeneo, S.; Vanaclocha, P.; Font-de-Mora, J.; Iranzo, M.; Puertes, I.; Sentandreu, R., 1994: Structural organization of the components of the cell wall from Candida albicans. The organization of the components of the cell wall from Candida albicans was studied by means of sequential treatment with hot SDS, anhydrous ethylenediamine (EDA) and lytic enzymes, followed by chemical and microscopic analyses of the different...

Kalebina, T.S.; Laurinavichyute, D.K.; Shevelev, A.B.; Fominov, G.V.; Levitin, E.I.; Alekseeva, O.V.; Chzhan, S.; Pan'kova, N.V.; Ksenzenko, V.N.; Stepanov, V.M.; Kulaev, I.S., 1998: Purification and characterization of P33 Protein of Candida utilis homologous to Bg12p of Saccharomyces cerevisiae; comparative analysis of the role of these proteins in molecular organization of the yeast cell walls. P33 protein was isolated from the cell walls of Candida utilis. Homology between P33 and Bg12p proteins from the cell walls of Saccharomyces cerevisiae was shown. The important role of these proteins in molecular organization of yeast cell walls w...

Kalebina, T.S.; Laurinavichyute, D.K.; Shevelev, A.B.; Fominov, G.V.; Levitin, E.I.; Alekseeva, O.V.; Chzhan, S.; Pan'kova, N.V.; Ksenzenko, V.N.; Stepanov, V.M.; Kulaev, I.S., 1999: Purification and characterization of P33 protein of Candida utilis homologous to bgl2p of Saccharomyces cerevisiae; comparative analysis of the role of these proteins in molecular organization of the yeast cell walls. P33 protein was isolated from the cell walls of Candida utilis. Homology between P33 and Bgl2p proteins from the cell walls of Saccharomyces cerevisiae was shown. The important role of these proteins in molecular organization of yeast cell walls w...

Tyutyunnikov, A.I.; Yakovlev, A.A.; Sukhorukov, A.A., 1978: Interrelationship between the structural organization of the external surface of the cell walls in the apical part of the root and plant yield. The daily rhythm of absorption, translocation and accumulation of phosphorus ions from the soil differed in the high-yielding red-clover population Sinteticheskaya tetraploidnaya [Synthetic Tetraploid] from that in 2x and 4x populations of Asinovs...