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Utilization of inorganic Sulphate labelled with Sulphur-35 by Torulopsis utilis

Naturevolume 193page502 (1962) | Download Citation

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IT has been established1 that inorganic and organic sulphurs are utilized by growing yeast. More recently2 the conditions for the absorption of sulphur-35 by S. cerevisiae cells were examined and the necessity of nitrogen and glucose for the utilization of sulphur was demonstrated.

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    Schulz, A. S., and McManus, D. K., Arch. Biochem., 25, 401 (1950).

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    Kleinzeller, A. A., and Kovac, K. L., Nature, 183, 1402 (1959).

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    Cowie, D. B., Roberts, R. B., and Bolton, E. T., Science, 119, 379 (1954).

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  1. Department of Biological Chemistry

    • OTTO J. CROCOMO
  2. Department of Agricultural Chemistry, Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz, Universidade de São Paulo, Piracicaba, Brazil

    • LOUIS NEPTUNE MENARD

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