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     Strain Information: 1405/1


Division/Phylum: Cyanophyta
Synechococcus leopoliensis (Raciborski) Komárek
CCAP 1405/1
Isolator: Kratz
Origin: Freshwater; Waller Creek, Texas, USA
Culture: Medium JM; Bacteria and fungi or other organisms present; sub + cryo; optimum growth temp 40~C
Other: SAG 1402-1; UTEX 625; IAM M-6; ATCC 27144; UTCC 102; PCC 6301; CCAO 188; previously known as Anacystis nidulans;

References [17]  EMBL Links
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Miller B, Heuser T & Zimmer W (1999) A Synechococcus leopoliensis SAUG 1402-1 operon harboring the 1-deoxyxylulose 5-phosphate synthase gene and two additional open reading frames is functionally involved in the dimethylallyl diphosphate synthesis. FEBS Letters 460: 485-490.
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Mayo WP, Williams TG, Birch DG & Turpin DH (1986) Photosynthetic adaptation by Synechococcus leopoliensis in response to exogenous dissolved inorganic carbon. Plant Physiology 80: 1038-1040.
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Gerbling K, Steup M & Latzko E (1985) Fructose-1,6-biphosphatase from Synechococcus leopoliensis. Substrate-dependent dimer - tetramer interconversion. European Journal of Biochemistry 147: 207-215.
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Croisetière L, Rouillon R & Carpentier R (2001) A simple mediatorless amperometric method using the cyanobacterium Synechococcus leopoliensis for the detection of phytotoxic pollutants. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 56: 261-264.
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Rigby CH, Craig SR & Budd K (1980) Phosphate uptake by Synechococcus leopoliensis (Cyanophyceae): Enhancement by calcium ion. Journal of Phycology 16: 389-393.
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Martin-Nieto J, Flores E & Herrero A (1992) Biphasic kinetic behaviour of nitrate reductase from heterocystous, nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria. Plant Physiology 100: 157-163.
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