UV resonance Raman spectra of bacteria, bacterial spores, protoplasts and calcium dipicolinate

@inproceedings{Manoharan1990UVRR,
  title={UV resonance Raman spectra of bacteria, bacterial spores, protoplasts and calcium dipicolinate},
  author={Ramasamy Manoharan and Ebrahim Ghiamati and Richard A. Dalterio and Kathryn A. Britton and Wilfred H. Nelson and J. F. Sperry},
  year={1990}
}
Abstract Resonance Raman spectra have been obtained with 222.65, 230.72, 242.39 and 250.96 nm excitation for Bacillus subtilis, Enterobacter cloacae, Pseudomonas fluorescens and Staphylococcus epidermids . Endospores of Bacillus cereus and protoplasts of Bacillus megaterium have been studied also. With 251 nm excitation, bacterial nucleic acid spectra are obtained selectively. Nucleic acid also strongly excited by 242 nm light while at that wavelength aromatic amino acid spectra just begin to… CONTINUE READING

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