2,5-dihydrophenylalanine as an inhibitor of microbial growth.

@article{Genghof197025dihydrophenylalanineAA,
  title={2,5-dihydrophenylalanine as an inhibitor of microbial growth.},
  author={D. S. Genghof},
  journal={Canadian journal of microbiology},
  year={1970},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={
          545-7
        }
}
  • D. S. Genghof
  • Published 1970
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Canadian journal of microbiology
DL-2,5-Dihydrophenylalanine (DHPA) inhibited the growth of a variety of bacteria representing 10 different genera. Three yeasts were also sensitive to DHPA but only two of nine filamentous fungi we... 
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