The Chemistry of the Lipids of Tubercle Bacilli


In a previous report from this Laboratory it was shown that the phosphatide fraction from the human type of tubercle bacillus, Strain H-37, when hydrolyzed with dilute sulfuric acid, yielded some 66 per cent of fatty acids and about 33 per cent of watersoluble compounds (1). The water-soluble compounds, in addition to inorganic phosphoric acid and… (More)


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@inproceedings{Anderson2003TheCO, title={The Chemistry of the Lipids of Tubercle Bacilli}, author={Raymond J Anderson and W. C. LOTHROP}, year={2003} }