Development of high heat resistance of Arizona neotype by preincubation at 35 degrees C in media containing NaCl.

@article{Ng1982DevelopmentOH,
  title={Development of high heat resistance of Arizona neotype by preincubation at 35 degrees C in media containing NaCl.},
  author={H Y Ng},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={43 6},
  pages={1294-9}
}
  • H Y Ng
  • Published 1982 in Applied and environmental microbiology
When cells of Arizona neotype were preincubated at 35 degrees C in a medium containing NaCl (1 to 10%), they were found to be much more heat resistant upon being tested at 57 degrees C in a Trypticase (BBL Microbiology Systems) soy-yeast extract broth medium containing 10% NaCl than cells that had not been preincubated. Although no growth takes place during preincubation in the presence of 10% NaCl, some metabolic activity is necessary, since the presence of 2,4-dinitrophenol during incubation… CONTINUE READING

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