Properties of Proteus mirabilis and Providence spheroplasts.


Proteus mirabilis strain I 3 and Providence strain NCTC 92 I I were converted to osmotically sensitive spheroplasts by growth in the presence of penicillin or glycine in sucrose-supplemented or unsupplemented medium. Lysazyme in the presence of tris and ethylenediaminetetra-acetic acid (EDTA) converted both these strains to spheroplasts. Penicillin… (More)


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@article{Rensburg1969PropertiesOP, title={Properties of Proteus mirabilis and Providence spheroplasts.}, author={Audrey Jansen van Rensburg}, journal={Journal of general microbiology}, year={1969}, volume={56 2}, pages={257-64} }