A microprobe analysis of inorganic elements in Halobacterium salinarum

@article{Engel2005AMA,
  title={A microprobe analysis of inorganic elements in Halobacterium salinarum},
  author={M. B. Engel and H. R. Catchpole},
  journal={Cell Biology International},
  year={2005},
  volume={29}
}
Halobacterium salinarum were grown on peptone agar containing 4.28 M NaCl, 0.036 M K and other salts. Stationary phase organisms were lifted onto carbon planchets, freeze‐dried, carbon coated and examined in a scanning electron microscope equipped with an X‐ray spectrometer. Intracellular element concentrations (mol/kg H2O) were determined using a bulk analysis program with appropriate standards. The cell K concentration was 110 times that of the medium. For Na this value was 0.3 and for Cl, 1… Expand
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