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Induced Biosynthesis of Formic Hydrogenlyase in Iron-Deficient Cells of Escherichia coli.
Fukuyama, T. (University of Washington, Seattle), and E. J. Ordal. Induced biosynthesis of formic hydrogenlyase in iron-deficient cells of Escherichia coli. J. Bacteriol. 90:673-680.Expand
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Cigarette Smoke: Mode of Adhesion and Haemolyzing and SH-inhibiting Factors
CIGARETTES for the study of chemical composition of smoke are usually conditioned at 60 per cent r.h. and 70'F. for at least 48 hours (Bentley and Burgan, 1959). But it is common to see people inExpand
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Effect of protein nutrition on growth, longevity and incidence of lesions in the rat.
Six similar experiments were conducted with a total of 208 female rats to determine the effect of the level (10, 18, 27, and 36%) of protein intake on growth. The effect of level of protein intake onExpand
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First evidence of toxin production by bacteria in a marine organism.
A Coryneform bacterium, isolated from the digestive gland of the Japanese ivory shell, Babylonia japonica, was shown to produce neosurugatoxin and prosurugatoxin, the causative toxins of a foodExpand
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Isolation of a new toxin, prosurugatoxin, from the toxic Japanese ivory shell, Babylonia japonica.
A new toxin, named prosurugatoxin because it formed surugatoxin on decomposition, was isolated from the toxicated Japanese ivory shell (Babylonia japonica). Prosurugatoxin evoked mydriasis in mice atExpand
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Protein nutrition and aging.
Twenty-four female rats consisting of 6 sets of litters were used for the experiment. After weaning, rats were divided into 4 groups and fed with 10, 18, 27 and 36% casein diet. Effect of proteinExpand
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