Does climate warming stimulate or inhibit soil protist communities? A test on testate amoebae in high-arctic tundra with free-air temperature increase Universiteit Antwerpen
A contribution to the protist-diversity in the polar regions: Testate amoebae data from the Russian Arctic Plantentuin Meise / Agentschap Plantentuin Meise
Global radiation in a rare biosphere soil diatom Universiteit Antwerpen
Global radiation in a rare biosphere soil diatom Universiteit Gent
Myxomycetes from Africa, an update Plantentuin Meise / Agentschap Plantentuin Meise
Three-dimensional X-ray fluorescence imaging modes for biological specimens using a full-field energy dispersive CCD camera Universiteit Gent
Catalase compromises the development of the insect and mammalian stages of Trypanosoma brucei Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde
Catalase is a widespread heme-containing enzyme, which converts hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) to water and molecular oxygen, thereby protecting cells from the toxic effects of H2O2. Trypanosoma brucei is an aerobic protist, which conspicuously lacks this potent enzyme, present in virtually all organisms exposed to oxidative stress. To uncover the reasons for its absence in T. brucei, we overexpressed different catalases in procyclic and ...