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The antimicrobial activity of stratum corneum lipids was examined by screening in vitro various representative phospholipids and sphingolipids. Of mixed galacto-cerebrosides; phosphatidic acid;… (More)
Sphingosines (precursors and degeneration products of complex sphingolipids) are mediators in membrane second-messenger cascades and in a wide variety of functions in eukaryotic cells. Sphingosines… (More)
Among the factors that control the survival of microorganisms on human stratum corneum are skin lipids, including sphingosines. Because the antibacterial spectrum of sphinganine resembles that of… (More)
The ability of Serratia to hydrolyze Tween 80 can be utilized to distinguish this genus from other Enterobacteriaceae.
A procedure is described for the massive formation and isolation of large bodies of group A and D streptococcal L-forms. Up to 90% individual bodies of 20 to 100 mum in diameter can be produced in… (More)
Using a self-report technique, teenaged subjects (stratified by sex and social class) were asked to report their predicted behaviour over 24 conflict scenarios involving 12 male and 12 female… (More)
Whether griseofulvin, which pioneered oral antifungal therapy, works topically has long been an open question. The effectiveness of a 1% griseofulvin spray formulation and the vehicle alone against… (More)
We sampled 162 and 175 skin sites, respectively, of a patient with severe atopic dermatitis and of a healthy subject, and constructed maps of the two individuals depicting the density and… (More)
The reversion of protoplasts of Streptococcus faecium was examined by light and scanning electron microscopy. Regularly shaped streptococci emerged from the narrow region of large, oval protoplasts.