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Reduction of chromium (VI) by reference bacterial strains
Collection bacterial strains were found to be capable of chromium (VI) reduction although they had not been in contact with chromium compounds before, and could use bichromate ions as a terminal electron acceptor in the absence of competing acceptors. Expand
Biochemical activity of Bacillus subtilis after electroimmobilization
[The nature of the antimicrobial effect of 4,5-dichloro-salicylanilide].
Effect of salicyl anilide and its halogen derivatives on the respiratory activity of microorganisms
[Antimicrobial activity and mode of action of 4',5-dichlorosalicylanilide].
[n-Chloroaniline transformation by Escherichia coli under anaerobic conditions].
In a medium without oxygen in the presence of nitrates, E. coli transforms p-chloranilin (p-CA) to yield a more hydrophilic compound which cannot be extracted with an organic solvent from water. The… Expand
[Disruption of the integrity of the cytoplasmic membrane of microbial cells by surface-active compounds].