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Studies on the nitrate reductase activity of mycobacteria in the presence of fatty acids and related compounds.
The nitrate reductase activity of mycobacteria containing nitrate reductase was strongly increased in the presence of fatty acids as well as related compounds that can act as electron donors.Expand
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APPLIED MECHANICS REVIEWS, VOLUME 15. WADEX: WORD AND AUTHOR INDEX,
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WADEX is an experimental information retrieval project of 'Applied Mechanics Reviews. Expand
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Aberrant forms of Mycobacterium phlei produced by streptomycin and their multiplication on streptomycin-free media.
  • S. Juhasz
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of general microbiology
  • 1 April 1962
SUMMARY: Aberrant forms in a streptomycin-sensitive strain of Mycobacterium phlei could regularly be shown to arise in the presence of low concentrations of streptomycin. The effect of streptomycinExpand
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Acceptance and rejection of manuscripts
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The purposes of this study were to find patients of refereeing practices, and to identify clues to recognize whether the papers in a journal are refereed or not. Expand
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What is Mechanics
The International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics is active both in Theoretical Mechanics and in Applied Mechanics. Beyond these, however, it is concerned with that fruitful interactionExpand
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POSSIBLE CLASSIFICATION OF RAPIDLY GROWING MYCOBACTERIA ON THE BASIS OF THEIR PHAGE SUSCEPTIBILITY.
Several bacteriophages isolated at the Borstel Research Institute and found active against mycobacteria proved to be of considerable value in the classification of rapidly growing mycobacteria. SomeExpand
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Phage-induced alteration of enzymic activity in lysogenic Mycobacterium smegmatis strains.
SUMMARY: Changes in the amidase, nitrate reductase and phenolphthalein sulphatase activity of Mycobacterium smegmatis were observed following B1-lysogeny. These changes were more consistent inExpand
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A comparison of three mycobacteriophages.
Summary Mycobacteriophages B01, B02a, and B02h were studied with respect to host range, plaque morphology, electron microscopic morphology, nucleic acid composition, one-step growth characteristics,Expand
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Genetic transfer in Mycobacterium phlei.
Transfer of genetic information in the genus Mycobacterium has been reported (Juhasz, 1960; Redmond, Ward & Wright, 1967) but the role of phage in such transfers could not be established. We wouldExpand
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[Influence of lysogenization on the enzyme-formation of mycobacteria].
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