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Algae NIES-48 A novel heterotrophic cultivation process of Euglena gracilis based on NaCl stress significantly increases the paramylon production
Algae NIES-48 Chemical and genetic carotenoid deficiency delays growth in dark-grown Euglena gracilis.
Algae NIES-48 Paramylon production by Euglena gracilis via mixotrophic cultivation using sewage effluent and waste organic compounds
Algae NIES-48 Gravity sedimentation of eukaryotic algae Euglena gracilis accelerated by ethanol cultivation
Algae NIES-48 , NIES-2175 , NIES-4141 High‐Throughput Raman‐Activated Cell Sorting in the Fingerprint Region
Algae NIES-48 Impedance-based tracking of the loss of intracellular components in microalgae cells
Algae NIES-12 , NIES-47 , NIES-48 , NIES-253 , NIES-274 , NIES-276 , NIES-277 , NIES-282 , NIES-286 , NIES-304 , ... Additional polyamine analysis of algal chlorarachniophytes, euglenophytes, haptophytes, cryptophytes, dinoflagellates, chromerids and heterokontophytes. —Polyamine analysis of algae IV—
Algae NIES-48 Transmissible gastroenteritis.
Algae NIES-48 A novel strategy to promote microalgal growth and lipid productivity by supplementation of lignin related phenolic elicitors
Algae NIES-48 Square microchannel enables to focus and orient ellipsoidal Euglena gracilis cells by two-dimensional acoustic standing wave.
Algae NIES-48 Dual-frequency impedance assays for intracellular components in microalgal cells.
Algae NIES-48 High-throughput selection of cells based on accumulated growth and division using PicoShell particles.
Algae NIES-48 Effect of phytochemical vanillic acid on the growth and lipid accumulation of freshwater microalga Euglena gracilis.
Algae NIES-48 Probing the Biogenesis of Polysaccharide Granules in Algal Cells at Sub-Organellar Resolution via Raman Microscopy with Stable Isotope Labeling.
Algae NIES-48 Prebiotic activity of paramylon isolated from heterotrophically grown Euglena gracilis.
Algae NIES-48 The Cell Division Cycle of Euglena gracilis Indicates That the Level of Circadian Plasticity to the External Light Regime Changes in Prolonged-Stationary Cultures.
Algae NIES-48 High-light modification of excitation-energy-relaxation processes in the green flagellate Euglena gracilis.
Algae NIES-48 Morphological Indicator for Directed Evolution of Euglena gracilis with a High Heavy Metal Removal Efficiency.
Algae NIES-48 Isolation and Characterization of Euglena gracilis-Associated Bacteria, Enterobacter sp. CA3 and Emticicia sp. CN5, Capable of Promoting the Growth and Paramylon Production of E. gracilis under Mixotrophic Cultivation
Algae NIES-48 Thermal expansion behavior of hydrate paramylon in the low-temperature region.