Studies on Pneumococcus Growth Inhibition : I. the Protective Action of Gelatin for Pneumococci in Suspension.

Abstract

Experiments were undertaken with the purpose of determining the type of non-nutrient fluid most suitable for the suspension of pneumococci with a minimum amount of injury. For comparative studies, dilutions in the various fluids tested were made from a standard suspension containing approximately 1,000 million pneumococci per cc. The protective properties… (More)

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@article{RobertsonStudiesOP, title={Studies on Pneumococcus Growth Inhibition : I. the Protective Action of Gelatin for Pneumococci in Suspension.}, author={Oliver Robertson and Roque Sia and S. T. Woo}, journal={The Journal of experimental medicine}, volume={39 2}, pages={199-218} }