Ultrasonic irradiation of low intensity with a mode of sweeping frequency enhances the membrane permeability and cell growth rate of Candida tropicalis

Volume: 37, Pages: 518 - 528
Published: Jul 1, 2017
Abstract
Here we report the enhancement of both cellular permeability and cell growth rate of Candida tropicalis after treatment with the ultrasonic irradiation of low intensity using a mode of sweeping frequency (UILS) generated by a self-developed ultrasonic device in our lab. After the ultrasonic treatment, remarkable biomass enhancement of the yeast was observed; the hyphae became significantly longer; the seeped cellular protein and nucleic acid...
Paper Details
Title
Ultrasonic irradiation of low intensity with a mode of sweeping frequency enhances the membrane permeability and cell growth rate of Candida tropicalis
Published Date
Jul 1, 2017
Volume
37
Pages
518 - 528
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