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A Gram-reaction-negative, yellow-pigmented strain, designated EX36(T), was characterized using a polyphasic approach comprising phylogenetic, morphological and genotypic analyses. The endophytic strain was isolated from Zn/Cd-accumulating Salix caprea in Arnoldstein, Austria. Analysis of the 16S rRNA gene demonstrated that the novel strain is most closely… (More)
Although there are specific contraindications to the ingestion of chocolate by selected individuals, these do not apply to the general population with a frequency that is suggested by the pervasive mistrust of chocolate. These contraindications and mistrusts are reviewed.
Serious sequalae to the ingestion of several foods such as egg, fish and milk--and the lack of profound reactions to chocolate--have been well documented. However, no comparable study exists in regard to peanut, which has long been known to be a patent antigen. This article explores the role of peanut with respect to its hazards as an antigen and as a… (More)
A case of intraoral molluscum contagiosum involving the right distal alveolar bridge of an immunocompetent person is reported. A review of the literature, with only five previously published cases, revealed that involvement of the oral soft tissues is rare.