Sulfur isotope fractionation and kinetic studies of sulfite reduction in growing cells of Salmonella heidelberg.

@article{Krouse1968SulfurIF,
  title={Sulfur isotope fractionation and kinetic studies of sulfite reduction in growing cells of Salmonella heidelberg.},
  author={H. Roy Krouse and G L McCready and Syed Akhtar Husain and James N. Campbell},
  journal={Biophysical journal},
  year={1968},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={109-24}
}
A pulsed feeding technique was used during studies of sulfite reduction by Salmonella heidelberg in order to realize large percentages of SO(3) (=) conversion while simultaneously maintaining a reasonably stable cell population. As a consequence, much data for conventional kinetic and sulfur isotope fractionation computations were obtained in any one experiment. Under the conditions of supplying 150 mug glucose per ml of medium every 6 hr, anaerobiosis, and varying the SO(3) (=) concentration… CONTINUE READING