O. V. Gudz'

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Sensitivity of Staphylococcus aureus and gramnegative organisms, such as E. coli, Salmonella, Sh. sonnei and Pr. morganii to penicillin, streptomycin, levomycetin and chlortetracycline, as well as their combinations with dodecylguanidine acetate, a surface active substance from the group of guanidine alkyl derivatives was studied. The activity of the(More)
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Comparative study of the cytoplasmic membrane sensitivity in procaryotic cells (E. coli) and eucaryotic cells (rat red blood cells) to bis-quaternary ammonea compounds and diatomic aliphatic alcohols was carried out. Comparative study of the membrane permeability demonstrated, that E. coli is more sensitive for these xenobiotics. Cells of E. coli(More)
Corticotropin and hydrocortisone were studied for their effect on dehydrogenase activity of microbial E. coli cells in the medium with the tricarboxylic acid cycle substrates, glucose and beta-oxybutyric acid. Corticotropin, as distinct from hydrocortisone, is shown to increase the dehydrogenase activity of microbial cells when pyruvate, isocitrate,(More)