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- Asanishvili, Lali, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Water, air, and soil pollution 2018 v.229 no.12 pp. 395
- Arthrobacter globiformis; antioxidant activity; antioxidants; bacteria; catalase; chromium; defense mechanisms; heavy metals; iron; lead; manganese; nickel; oxidative stress; soil sampling; superoxide dismutase; toxicity; transporters; vanadium; zinc; Georgia
- ... Bacteria are regarded as the most effective in the detoxification of heavy metals, being environmental compatible. Metalloresistant bacteria are usually found in nature in highly contaminated environment where they interact with a combination of several toxic metals. For the present research, Arthrobacter oxydans and Arthrobacter globiformis have been isolated from the soil samples of the most pol ...
- Asanishvili, Lali, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of biotechnology 2017
- DNA fragmentation; Desulfovibrio; deoxyribonuclease I; digestion; fluorescent labeling; single-stranded DNA
- ... The efficiency of hybridization signal detection in a biochip is affected by the method used for test DNA preparation, such as fragmentation, amplification and fluorescent labelling. DNA fragmentation is the commonest methods used and it is recognised as a critical step in biochip analysis. Currently methods used for DNA fragmentation are based either on sonication or on the enzymatic digestion. I ...
- Asanishvili, Lali, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Biological trace element research 2011 v.142 no.3 pp. 388-397
- antioxidant activity; antioxidants; catalase; chromium; diploidy; fibroblasts; humans; oxidative stress; toxicity
- ... The changes in glutathione-dependent cycle enzymes and catalase activities under Cr(VI)-induced oxidative stress were investigated in two distinct cell lines: L-41−human epithelial-like cells and HLF−fetal human diploid lung fibroblasts, which differ in tissue origin, proliferation, and antioxidant enzymes activities. The chromium concentrations from 1 to 5 μM cause nontoxic effects and activate a ...