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Issues of State complicity arise ever more frequently in international relations. Rules which deal with the responsibility of States for aiding or assisting in the commission of internationally wrongful acts by other States are, however, not yet fully developed. States frequently support each other's actions without necessarily considering the potential(More)
From the highly chloramphenicol-resistant cytophaga-like bacterium Flavobacterium CB60, which can both acetylate chloramphenicol and degrade it in co-metabolism, the chloramphenicol acetyltransferase (CAT) was purified to homogeneity and characterized. The purification included fractional precipitation with ammonium sulphate and two affinity chromatography(More)
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