Steven R. Rogers

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Aspects of the physiology of iron deposition of an iron-precipitating strain of Sphaerotilus were investigated in laboratory culture to characterize the process. Measurement of growth (incorporated L-[3H]alanine) and iron deposition (incorporated 59Fe) demonstrated that Sphaerotilus exhibit a characteristic temporal pattern of iron deposition, which is(More)
Cutaneous xanthogranulomatous inflammation is usually regarded as a primary disease process. We describe two patients with xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis and nephro-cutaneous fistulae, one patient with xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis and a chole-cutaneous fistula and one patient with xanthogranulomatous appendicitis and appendiceal-cutaneous fistula.(More)
Various physiological aspects of the process of iron deposition in Sphaerotilus discophorus were examined to elucidate its role. The values of iron/protein ratios suggested that a direct relationship existed between the iron concentration of the media and the magnitude of final iron deposition. Saturation of the organism's iron deposition system occurred at(More)
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