hyperproducer

hyperproducer

(ˌhaɪpəprəˈdjuːsə)
n
an increased or rapid producer
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reesei in order to have a new hyperproducer strain for the industry to use in biomass degradation with higher efficiency.
reesei mutant Rut-C30 is a hyperproducer of cellulolytic enzymes with its genome has been released [3, 17, 18].
Isolation of a Kluyveromyces fragilis derepressed mutant hyperproducer of inulinase for ethanol production from Jerusalem artichoke.
In vitro selective concentration of cefepime and ceftazidime for AmpC hyperproducer E cloacae variants.
This is probably due to the fact that oxacillin DD test may sometime produce smaller zone of inhibition for those strains of Staphylococcus aureus that are hyperproducers of penicillinase enzymes.
The latter are naturally endowed with abilities which make them ideal for this type of development; natural expression of certain isoprenoids and resistance to their toxicity, demonstrated capacity to render these bacteria "hyperproducers" of a specific product of interest.
coli, and the mechanisms for TZP resistance might include the presence of AmpC producers, multiple b-lactamases in individual organisms of a given isolate, and possible TEM-1 hyperproducers [66].
Bacterial strains WT and hyperproducers were grown at 37[degrees]C and non-pigmented mutants were grown at 25[degrees]C.
Catalase activities of WT and hyperproducers significantly decreased post-irradiation.
Chapters are in sections on fungi and living crops, the fungal spore in food mycology, fungi and mycotoxins, fungi as hyperproducers, the ecology, growth, and detection of fungal spoilage, and fungi as food.
However, surveys of resistance mechanisms in cephamycin-resistant isolates have identified promoter or attenuator mutations that result in the upregulation of AmpC [beta]-lactamase production; these isolates are referred to as AmpC hyperproducers (5).
coli AmpC hyperproducers or isolates that produce plasmid-mediated cephalosporinases are technically demanding for clinical laboratories.