4 edition of Effects of subtilin, aureomycin, and chloramphenicol on the respiration of Bacillus thermoacidurans found in the catalog.
TypescriptThesis (M.A.)--Miami University, Dept. of Bacteriology, 1951Bibliography: leaf i
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Bill Hayton's book will do much to remedy that - helping governments to fashion wise policy, and ordinary people to understand the region. The same loss of cell substance as for B. of or relating to antibiotic drugs Familiarity information: ANTIBIOTIC used as an adjective is very rare. Annual production of citric a d d in the United States is estimated to exceed 50,000,000 pounds I B.
Antibiotic synergism, on the other hand, seems to be a reciprocal phenomenon in those combinations examined thus far.10 units per ml.
When an unidentified organism was grovm on a medium which contained cholesterol, cholestenone was formed, while if the medium contained potassium cholesteryl sulfate the 7-keto derivative was formed.
Large-scale preparation of adenosine triphosphate has been described S 5 4 CS 9 8 C. Is synergism due to a simultaneous blocking effect of the two agents or does one drug so modify the bacterial cells as to make them more susceptible to the other?
1949 The effects of applied pressure on secretion by iso- lated amphibian gastric mucosa.
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Both batch and slow-feed techniques were used in his experiments.