Tokyo Institute of Technology research: Sulfide-sensing mechanisms in purple bacteria

Figure 1.  Action and function of the sulfide-responsive transcriptional repressor SqrR

Structural model of SqrR (left) showing sulfide-dependent tetrasulfide-bond formation that reduces its DNA-binding activity (middle). Mutation in sqrR influences photopigment synthesis (right).

Source: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Center for Public Affairs and Communications

Tokyo Institute of Technology research: Sulfide-sensing mechanisms in purple bacteria

(Tokyo, 14 Feb 2017) Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology uncover a sulfide-responsive protein that helps control photosynthesis in the purple bacterium Rhodobacter capsulatus.

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Palladium announces “Shaping the Future through Positive Impact” Summit, London, March 2017

 

  • Features keynote speeches from Dr. Robert S. Kaplan and Mark R. Kramer
  • Introduction of Positive Impact – a new concept to achieve enduring social and economic value at all levels through global collaboration.

14 February 2017, London – Palladium, a global leader in the design, development and delivery of Positive Impact, today announces details of its 2017 Global Summit taking place at etc. venues St Paul’s, 200 Aldersgate Conference Centre London, 21-22 March.

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Ginetta Reveal Upgraded G55 GT3 Car Ahead Of 2017 British GT Entry

 

The Ginetta G55 GT3 will return to British GT grid in 2017 complete with an upgraded specification and a brand new team at the helm of the entry.

A new Chevrolet LS3 Engine will produce 570bhp and has been repositioned to improve weight distribution, whilst a revised front splitter produces more frontal downforce. To enhance driver experience, internally there is an improved driver interface with Motec dash display, tactile keypad control. Revised brake master cylinders also require less physical effort from the driver under braking.

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New Technology for Integrated Measuring and Dosing in Chemical Process Development

 

METTLER TOLEDO’S new ECB (Easy Control Box) connects to lab sensors and pumps to make real-time measurements and controlled dosing data available to non-experts.  Researchers can now quickly evaluate and compare experimental results and make decisions.

February 7, 2017 — METTLER TOLEDO is pleased to announce that the ECB (Easy Control Box) is now available. The ECB connects any lab sensor and pump to make real-time measurement and controlled dosing available to non-experts.

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