Sara N. Bennett

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Mycobacterium xenopi typically accounts for less than 0.3% of all clinical mycobacterial isolates. Over a 37-mo period, 21 (35%) of 60 mycobacterial isolates from a Michigan hospital were identified as M. xenopi. Hospital, laboratory, and bronchoscopy records were reviewed to determine case characteristics, develop a case series, and calculate(More)
Mutants defective in polyol metabolism and/or in protoperithecial development were selected inNeurospora tetrasperma, a species in which protoperithecial development occurs at nonpermissively high temperature if certain polyols are used in lieu of sucrose as carbon source. Mutants selected for nonutilization of one of the four polyols tested, glycerol,(More)
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