Roland Stracke

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Mycobacterium fortuitum is a fast-growing Mycobacterium species which produces a beta-lactamase involved in the intrinsic resistance of the microorganism to beta-lactam antibiotics. An anti-beta-lactamase serum against the purified enzyme was raised in rabbits. Antibody binding was specific for native beta-lactamase, and enzyme activity was partially(More)
The effects of glutaraldehyde, formaldehyde, or osmium tetroxide fixation on the number of labeled Con A surface receptors on mouse peritoneal macrophages were compared. Gold-labeled Con A receptors were found to be isolatedly arranged and evenly distributed on cell surfaces independent of the fixative used. Only cells preincubated with Con A and(More)
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