Marion J Stansell

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The removal of hemoglobin from blood cell lysates used for the preparation of various erythrocyte enzymes has been commonly achieved by denaturation through the use of a chloroform-ethanol mixture, the so-called Tsuchihashi procedure (1). Although there has been speculation concerning possible modification of the nonhemoglobin protein by such treatment (2,(More)
The present study demonstrates that exposure of bacteria to medium strength static magnetic fields can significantly alter antibiotic sensitivity. Cultures of Escherichia coli were exposed to fields produced by permanent magnets. Samples of bacterial cultures continuously growing in the presence and in the absence of static magnetic fields were left(More)