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A number of Mycobacteria oxidize benzoic acid and some can use it as the sole source of carbon (1). Upon addition of benzoic acid to suspensions of washed organisms in the Warburg vessel its oxidation proceeds slowly for 30 to 60 minutes, then very rapidly until about half the amount of oxygen for complete combustion is taken up. The rate then parallels(More)
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