Octavian Balint

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Microcalorimetric bacterial growth studies have illustrated that thermograms differ significantly with both culture media and strain. The present contribution examines the possibility of discriminating between certain bacterial strains by microcalorimetry and the qualitative and quantitative contribution of the sample volume to the observed thermograms.(More)
A microcalorimetric study was carried out using a Staphylococcus epidermidis population to determine the reproducibility of bacterial growth and the variability of the results within certain experimental parameters (temperature, bacterial concentration, sample thermal history). Reproducibility tests were performed as series of experiments within the same(More)
Human rabies encephalitis is of particular interest of the doctors working in developing countries. When a person has been exposed to a suspect or rabid animal or human being specific antirabid treatment should be given. Ten of the twelve rabid children seen at Arthur Davison Hospital for Children over a 6 year period are described and the literature on(More)