Inhibition of wall autolysis of staphylococci by sodium polyanethole sulfonate “liquoid”


Liquoid (polyanethole sulfonate) was neither capable of influencing the growth nor the viability of staphylococci. But liquoid induced a suppression of the activity of different autolytic wall systems of normally growing staphylococci, i.e., autolysins which participate in cross wall separation as well as autolysins which are responsible for cell wall… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00414719


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