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キャピラリー電気泳動法を用いた微細藻類Chattonella antiquaによる硫化ジメチルのジメチルスルフォキシドへの変換に関する研究


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Title: キャピラリー電気泳動法を用いた微細藻類Chattonella antiquaによる硫化ジメチルのジメチルスルフォキシドへの変換に関する研究
Other Titles: Capillary Electrophoretic Studies on the Conversion of Dimethyl Sulfide to Dimethyl Sulf oxide by a Marine Phytoplankton, Chattonella antiqua
Authors: 和田, 紀子 / 張, 経華 / 山崎, 素直
Authors (alternative): Wada, Noriko / Zhang, Jinghua / Yamazaki, Sunao
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2004
Citation: 長崎大学総合環境研究 6(2), p.77-80; 2004
Abstract: Conversion of dimethyl sulfide (DMS) by a marine phytoplankton, Chattonella antiqua, is discussed. The algae was cultured under light and dark conditions and the cells were harvested by centrifugation to prepare pellets and supernatants. The cell pellets were resuspended in a fresh medium and the 4 fractions were heated at 90℃ for 10 min to inactivate enzyme activities. After adding 6 mM DMS, they were incubated again for two weeks in the light and dark, respectively. It was found by means of capillary electrophoresis that DMS was converted to dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) only in the pellet fraction cultured in the light but not in the other 3 fractions. It was therefore considered that the conversion could possibly be a photo-induced oxidation reaction which is mediated by a kind of certain photosensitizing cellular components of the algae.
Keywords: capillary electrophoresis / Chattonella antiqua / dimethyl sulfide / dimethyl sulfoxide
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/5432
ISSN: 13446258
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:Volume 6, No. 2

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/5432

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