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SFU scientists created intracellular environment of luminous bacteria in the laboratory

Scientists at the Siberian Federal University (SFU) recreated the intracellular environment of the cells of luminous bacteria using glycerin and sucrose, which will make it possible with time to study, for example, enzymatic reactions, i.e. when one substance turns into another under the action of an enzyme, under conditions close to real life, the press service of the SFU informs.
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"Scientists at the School of Fundamental Biology and Biotechnology of the Siberian Federal University (SFU), using glycerin and sucrose, simulated the intracellular environment of the cells of luminous bacteria and conducted a number of enzymatic reactions," the message says.

"The uniqueness of our research lies in the fact that we use natural substances, glycerin and sucrose, which are actually present in a living cell, unlike crowding agents used in similar studies," a comment by Oleg Sutormin, one of the authors of the study and a junior researcher at the Laboratory 'Bioluminescent Biotechnologies' of the SFU is quoted in the message of the press service.

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