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The RapID-ANA II anaerobic identification system (Innovative Diagnostic Systems, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.) was used to determine whether the incubation environment affects enzyme detection. Twenty strains of Clostridium difficile were tested in aerobic, anaerobic, and low-CO2 anaerobic incubation environments. The percentages of enzymes detected in reactions with(More)
After enzymatic digestion of chicken myoglobin by trypsin, chymotrypsin or thermolysin, the separation of peptides was performed by column chromatography on various ion exchange resins. Each peptide was purified by high-voltage paper electrophoresis or by chromatography either on paper or on ion-exchange resin, and its complete amino acid sequence was then(More)
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