Antonio Trincone
Antonio Trincone
Retired, from Senior Researcher, Institute of Biomolecular Chemistry, Consiglio Nazionale delle
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Aquifex pyrophilus gen. nov. sp. nov., represents a novel group of marine hyperthermophilic hydrogen-oxidizing bacteria
R Huber, T Wilharm, D Huber, A Trincone, S Burggraf, H König, ...
Systematic and Applied Microbiology 15 (3), 340-351, 1992
Methanopyrus kandleri, gen. and sp. nov. represents a novel group of hyperthermophilic methanogens, growing at 110°C
M Kurr, R Huber, H König, HW Jannasch, H Fricke, A Trincone, ...
Archives of Microbiology 156, 239-247, 1991
Pyrobaculum aerophilum sp. nov., a novel nitrate-reducing hyperthermophilic archaeum
R Huber, E Drobner, R Rachel, S Burggraf, A Trincone, KO Stetter
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 59 (9), 2918-2926, 1993
Oligosaccharide synthesis by glycosynthases
G Perugino, A Trincone, M Rossi, M Moracci
TRENDS in Biotechnology 22 (1), 31-37, 2004
Current trends on seaweeds: Looking at chemical composition, phytopharmacology, and cosmetic applications
B Salehi, J Sharifi-Rad, AML Seca, DCGA Pinto, I Michalak, A Trincone, ...
Molecules 24 (22), 4182, 2019
Marine biocatalysts: enzymatic features and applications
A Trincone
Marine drugs 9 (4), 478-499, 2011
Stygiolobus azoricus gen. nov., sp. nov. Represents a Novel Genus of Anaerobic, Extremely Thermoacidophilic Archaebacteria of the Order Sulfolobales
AH Segerer, A Trincone, M Gahrtz, KO Stetter
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 41 (4 …, 1991
Thermotoga thermarum sp. nov. and Thermotoga neapolitana occurring in African continental solfataric springs
E Windberger, R Huber, A Trincone, H Fricke, KO Stetter
Archives of Microbiology 151, 506-512, 1989
Bioactive Compounds Produced by Strains of Penicillium and Talaromyces of Marine Origin
R Nicoletti, A Trincone
Marine drugs 14 (2), 37, 2016
Restoration of the activity of active-site mutants of the hyperthermophilic β-glycosidase from Sulfolobus solfataricus: dependence of the mechanism on the action of external …
M Moracci, A Trincone, G Perugino, M Ciaramella, M Rossi
Biochemistry 37 (49), 17262-17270, 1998
Potential biocatalysts originating from sea environments
A Trincone
Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic 66 (3-4), 241-256, 2010
A novel thermophilic glycosynthase that effects branching glycosylation
A Trincone, G Perugino, M Rossi, M Moracci
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters 10 (4), 365-368, 2000
Marine glycosyl hydrolases in the hydrolysis and synthesis of oligosaccharides
A Giordano, G Andreotti, A Tramice, A Trincone
Biotechnology Journal: Healthcare Nutrition Technology 1 (5), 511-530, 2006
Glycosyl hydrolases and glycosyltransferases in the synthesis of oligosaccharides
A Trincone, A Giordano
Current Organic Chemistry 10 (10), 1163-1193, 2006
Unique features of lipids of Archaea
A Gambacorta, A Trincone, B Nicolaus, L Lama, M De Rosa
Systematic and Applied Microbiology 16 (4), 518-527, 1993
Identification and molecular characterization of the first α-xylosidase from an archaeon
M Moracci, BC Ponzano, A Trincone, S Fusco, M De Rosa, J Van der Oost, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275 (29), 22082-22089, 2000
Antagonism against Rhizoctonia solani and fungitoxic metabolite production by some Penicillium isolates
R Nicoletti, M De Stefano, S De Stefano, A Trincone, F Marziano
Mycopathologia 158, 465-474, 2004
Enzymatic glycosidation in dry media under microwave irradiation
M Gelo-Pujic, E Guibé-Jampel, A Loupy, A Trincone
Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 1, 1001-1002, 1997
Lipids of the archaea: a new tool for bioelectronics
M De Rosa, A Morana, A Riccio, A Gambacorta, A Trincone, O Incani
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 9 (9-10), 669-675, 1994
Identification of the Catalytic Nucleophile of the Family 29 α-l-Fucosidase from Sulfolobus solfataricus via Chemical Rescue of an Inactive Mutant
B Cobucci-Ponzano, A Trincone, A Giordano, M Rossi, M Moracci
Biochemistry 42 (32), 9525-9531, 2003
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