Biopolym. Cell. 1990; 6(6):93-96.
Генно-инженерная биотехнология
Азотфиксирующие виды Klebsiella выделяют индолил-3-уксусную кислоту
1Козыровская Н. А., 1Макитрук В. Л., 2Рукдашел Э.
  1. Институт молекулярной биологии и генетики АН УССР
    Киев, СССР
  2. Университет Байройта
    Байройт, ФРГ

Abstract

Азотфиксирующие бактерии, изолированные из растений (К. planiicola и К. oxyloca) исследованы на способность выделять индольные соединения, включая гормон роста индолил-3-уксусную кислоту (ИУК). Присутствие индолов в культуральной жидкости бактерий изучали методом тонкослойной хроматографии и высокоэффективной жидкостной хроматографии высокого давления. Бактерии продуцировали ИУК при добавлении в питательную среду L-триптофина. В экстрактах культуральной жидкости бактерий обнаружены также индолил-3-молочная кислота, индолил-3-пировиноградная кислота, индолил-З-ацетальдегид.

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