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Stability of enhanced biological phosphorus removal and composition of polyphosphate granules.
The influence of varying Ca- and Mg-concentration of the influent wastewater on the enhanced biological phosphorus removal was investigated in an anaerobic-aerobic bench-scale plant. The artificialExpand
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Risk of Transmission of Sexually Transmitted Diseases by Cryopreserved Semen
Summary:  The increasing incidence of sexually transmitted diseases (STD) involves the risk of the transmission of these diseases by the artificial insemination. Therefore the cryotolerance ofExpand
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[Trichophyton soudanense (Joyeux 1912) as causative agent of foot and nail mycosis].
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Cyclic AMP formation in Tetrahymena pyriformis is controlled by a K+‐conductance
Responses of the cAMP generating system of Tetrahymena to changes in the concentrations of external [K+] or [Ca+] ions were examined. When Tetrahymena are equilibrated in high [K+] buffers,Expand
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Differences in the Intracellular Killing of Proteinase‐Positive and Proteinase‐Negative Candida albicans Strains by Granulocytes/Unterschiede in der intrazellulären Abtötung von Proteinasepositiven
Summary: Neutrophil granulocytes isolated from healthy volunteers were found to kill proteinase‐producing Candida albicans strains more effectively than proteinase negative strains in vitro (p <Expand
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[Effect of pepstatin A on Candida albicans infection in the mouse].
The intravenous injection of 10(6) to 10(7) Candida albicans cells revealed to be a reliable model in mice produce infections of the kidney. Higher germ contents could be yielded in the kidney afterExpand
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Influence of the addition of precipitants on the biological phosphorus elimination in a pilot plant
A bench-scale plant for (advanced) biological P elimination was operated with mechanically pretreated domestic sewage. It consisted of an anaerobic and an aerobic tank and a clarifier. The plant wasExpand
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Microbiological investigations on cryopreserved human semen.
Primary mycological contamination was studied in 565 random human ejaculates. After sperm preservation at low temperature, secondary mycological contamination of 55 of the ejaculates wasExpand
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[Studies on the mycotic and bacterial risk of contamination and the use of nipagin in the artificial insemination of cryosperm].
Primary bacterial and mycological contamination was studied in random human ejaculates. After various phases of cryopreservation secondary microbiological contamination was investigated. Furthermore,Expand
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