Action of inorganic tin and organotins on a hydrocarbon-using yeast, Candida maltosa.

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Two inorganic tin compounds, as well as mono- and tri-substituted methyl-, butyl-, and phenyltins were examined for their interactions with a hydrocarbon-using strain of Candida maltosa. Neither of the inorganic tins (SnII and SnIV) inhibited growth at concentrations up to 0.8 mM while binding to the yeast cells occurred to levels of 0.3 and 0.23 mM Sn/g… (More)

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@article{Tobin1999ActionOI, title={Action of inorganic tin and organotins on a hydrocarbon-using yeast, Candida maltosa.}, author={Julie Tobin and Joseph J. Cooney}, journal={Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology}, year={1999}, volume={36 1}, pages={7-12} }