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The glucan components of the cell wall of baker's yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) considered in relation to its ultrastructure.
1. Commercial pressed baker's yeast, and cell walls prepared from it, were extracted in various ways and the products examined by a number of techniques, including infrared spectroscopy and electronExpand
The location of chitin in the yeast cell wall.
Summary A study has been made of the microbiology of rock surfaces and weathered stones. Increasing numbers of micro-organisms were found with increasing degree of colonization by lichens, forExpand
The separation of beta-glucanases produced by Cytophaga johnsonii and their role in the lysis of yeast cell walls.
1. When Cytophaga johnsonii was grown in the presence of suitable inducers the culture fluid was capable of lysing thiol-treated yeast cell walls in vitro. 2. Autoclaved or alkali-extracted cells,Expand
1,2‐Diphenylethanesilver(I) perchlorate
Polyhydroxy components of Celastraceae alkaloids. The structure of euonyminol, C15H26O10
Euonyminol [octahydro-2,5 a-bis(hydroxy methyl)-2,9-dimethyl-2H-3,9a-methano1-benzoxepin-4,5,6,7,8,9,10-heptol] is an alkaline hydrolysis product of the alkaloids isolated from Tripterygium wilfordiiExpand
Crystal structure of bis(o-xylene)silver(I)perchlorate
As part of a systematic study of the structural chemistry of metal-ion aromatic complexes, and particularly those containing Ag(1) (Griffith et al, 1971; Taylor et al, 1969), we preparedExpand
A comparison of the lytic action ofCytophaga johnsonii on a eubacterium and a yeast
The non-fruiting myxobacteriumC. johnsonii will not attack living cells ofAerobacter aerogenes orSaccharomyces cerevisiae. Autoclaved cells of both organisms are however lysed but in different ways.Expand