Studies on the nitrate reductase activity of mycobacteria in the presence of fatty acids and related compounds.
- R. Bönicke, S. Juhasz, U. Diemer
- Biology, ChemistryAmerican Review of Respiratory Disease
- 1 October 1970
Findings are significant for the differentiation and identification of various species of Mycobacterium, which reduced nitrate to nitrite in the presence of lactic acid.
The "o-diphenol-row", a new method for the differentiation of nocardia: a preliminary report.
The significance of the phenolphthalein sulphatase test for the differentiation and identification of Nocardia species.
Problems of genetic transformation of mycobacteria by deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).
Phage conversion of biochemical properties in the genus Mycobacterium.
[Influence of lysogenization on the enzyme-formation of mycobacteria].
The Classification of Atypical Myco-bacteria by their Power to Metabolize Amides.
- R. Bönicke
- Environmental Science
Reciprocal Genetic Changes in Mycobacterial Host-Virus Systems : Effect of Lysogeny on the Phage
- S. E. JUHASZ, R. Bönicke
- Biology, ChemistryNature
- 11 June 1966
Mycobacteriophage phlei B2, one of several bacteriophages, isolated in Borstel in 1963 (ref. 1) was used in this investigation.
The genetic basis of cross-resistance between streptomycin, viomycin and kanamycin of tubercle bacilli and atypical mycobacteria.
The present state of growth of M. leprae under in vitro conditions.
- R. Bönicke
- Medicine, BiologyInternational journal of leprosy and other…
- 1 April 1971
Special double tubes, separated by a sintered glass filter plate, were used for the in vitro cultivation of M. leprae, functioning in a simple way as an open system, and inoculation of leprosy bacilli as well as their staining and counting after different times of incubation are described and discussed in detail.