TitleAbstractYear(sorted ascending)
on the pigment produced by chromobacterium violaceum. 192716743932
chromobacterium violaceum, var. manilae as a pathogenic microörganism. 194216560589
secondary colonies of bacteria induced by salts of alkali metals, with special reference to chromobacterium violaceum and other bacteria on lithium chloride agar. 194720295177
chemical durability, specular gloss, and transmittance of optical glasses. 194818101639
structure of the pigment of chromobacterium iodinum. 194818225130
infection due to chromobacteria; report of 11 cases. 195114867953
infection due to chromobacteria. 195114880467
a study of the wide spread distribution of chromobacterium species in soil by a simple technique. 195114897823
chromobacterial infections. 195212981933
chromobacterial infection in man. 195214932538
studies on certain species of bacteria assigned to the genus chromobacterium. 195313022628
variation in pigmentation and morphology of colonies of gelatinous strains of chromobacterium species from soil. 195313096508
fatal infection by chromobacterium violaceum. 195313085740
bacterial endocarditis due to chromobacterium prodigiosum; report of a case. 195413149883
outbreaks of disease in animals associated with chromobacterium violaceum. i. the disease in swine. 195413162910
[the effect of chromobacterium prodigiosum on the growth of bacterium bifidum]. 195413188176
[biological research on gelatinolytic, fibrinolytic and antidotal enzymes present in culture filtrates of certain microorganisms and in particular in penicillium notatum, actinomyces griseus, bacillus subtilis, pseudomonas aeruginosa, proteus, chromobacterium prodigiosum and staphylococcus pyogenes]. 195413195286
[isolation of chromobacterium violaceum from hepatic lesions seen in a monkey cercopithecus cephus; study and pathogenecity]. 195413218378
[not available]. 195513329728
formation of 5-hydroxytryptophan from tryptophan by chromobacterium violaceum. 195514394084
5-hydroxytryptophan formation and tryptophan metabolism in chromobacterium violaceum. 195613341050
nitrate reduction in the genus chromobacterium. 195613340700
morphological and physiological characteristics of the genus chromobacterium. 195613319251
cultural and biochemical characteristics of the genus chromobacterium. 195613357716
the change from polar to peritrichous flagellation in chromobacterium spp. 195613357717
pseudohaemoptysis due to chromobacterium prodigiosum. 195713417607
the isolation of d-glycero-d-galactoheptose and other sugar components from the specific polysaccharide of chromobacterium violaceum (bn). 195713459897
[classification of pseudomonadaceae]. 195713470460
[chromobacteria in human pathology; human chromobacterium infections]. 195813543121
a water-soluble, diffusible pigment produced by a strain of serratia marcescens (chromobacterium prodigiosum). 195813590216
[culture of bacteria by symbiotic procedure with a new form of metagenetic plate. i]. 195813595734
[culture of bacteria by symbiotic procedure with a new form of metagenetic plate. ii]. 195813595735
the isolation of d-fucosamine from the specific polysaccharide of chromobacterium violaceum (nctc 7917). 195813607435
production of hemolysis by chromobacterium violaceum. 195913626901
nutritional requirements of chromobacterium violaceum. 195913630861
isolation of chromobacterium prodigiosum from empyema. 195913641437
particulate-bound pigment of serratia marcescens (chromobacterium prodigiosum). 195913652969
the serology and pathogenicity of the genus chromobacterium. 195913654734
physiological aspects of violacein biosynthesis in nonproliferating cells. 195913815863
[studies on the formation of volatile acids by microorganisms from the family of achromobacter. pseudomonas and chromobacterium by means of paper chromatography]. 195913851129
association of pigment with the cell envelope of serratia marcescens (chromobacterium prodigiosum). 196014435346
infection due to chromobacteria. report of a case of pneumonia due to chromobacterium prodigiosum successfully treated with kanamycin. 196013799665
the extracellular polysaccharide of gelatinous strains of chromobacterium violaceum. 196013812063
incorporation of c14-labeled substrates into violacein. 196013815862
accumulation of indole compounds in cultures of chromobacterium violaceum. 196113695636
a pigment-producing spoilage bacterium responsible for violet discoloration of refrigerated market milk and cream.a psychrophilic strain of bacteria identified as chromobacterium lividum was established as the causative agent of an outbreak of violet discoloration in refrigerated, pasteurized retail milk and cream. the organism was rod-shaped, gram-negative, and produced viscid colonies with abundant violet pigment on tryptone glucose yeast extract agar. growth was abundant at 4 c but none occurred at 37 c. growth in milk was characterized by a dark violet ring at the surface after a few days, and the deep ...196113749823
[isolation of chromobacterium prodigiosum in a case of chronic atypical pneumonia]. 196114473317
isolation of guanosine 2',3'-cyclic phosphate from chromobacterium violaceum. 196213898776
divergent pathways of indole metabolism in chromobacterium violaceum. 196213987555
intracellular nucleotides isolated from chromobacterium violaceum. 196213989398
isolation of a new amino sugar from chromobacterium violaceum.smith, e. j. (duke university, durham, n.c.), j. m. leatherwood, and r. w. wheat. isolation of a new amino sugar from chromobacterium violaceum. j. bacteriol. 84:1007-1010. 1962.-an investigation of the amino sugars and reducing compounds of a lipopolysaccharide of chromobacterium violaceum revealed the presence of a previously unreported cationic reducing compound. evidence indicates that the compound is a 6-deoxyhexosamine with an amino group at other than the c-2 position.196213989399
characterization of a 4-amino-4:6-dideoxy aldohexose from chromobacterium violaceum. 196214000219
peroxides and mutations. 196314002158
[apropos of the use of sodium gluatmate in lyophilization of bacteria]. 196314020341
extracellular accumulation of pyrroles in bacterial cultures.aerobacter aerogenes, paracolobactrum aerogenoides, spirillum serpens, and gelatinous strains of chromobacterium violaceum produced an extracellular, ether-soluble, ehrlich-positive substance when grown in media prepared with gelatin hydrolysate. the substance has been tentatively identified as pyrrole-2-carboxylic acid. both hydroxy-l-proline and allo-d-hydroxyproline have been shown to be precursors of the material. gelatinous strains of chromobacterium violaceum, but not the other positive cu ...196314023126
decomposition and binding action of a polysaccharide from chromobacterium violacium in soil.martin, j. p. (university of california, riverside) and s. j. richards. decomposition and binding action of a polysaccharide from chromobacterium violaceum in soil. j. bacteriol. 85:1288-1294. 1963.-the decomposition rate and binding effect in soil of a polysaccharide from chromobacterium violaceum was compared with that of a variety of bacterial and plant polysaccharides and more complex organic residues. most of the polysaccharides tested decomposed more readily than mature plant residues and ...196314047219
some applications of deoxyribonucleic acid base composition in bacterial taxonomy. 196314108436
studies on the cell wall of chromobacterium violaceum: the separation of lipopolysaccharide and mucopeptide by phenol extraction of whole cells. 196314000218
modification of host responses to bacterial endotoxins. i. specificity of pyrogenic tolerance and the role of hypersensitivity in pyrogenicity, lethality, and skin reactivity.evidence is presented suggesting that the apparent non-specificity of pyrogenic tolerance observed with gram-negative bacterial endotoxins is due to related antigenic determinants associated with the macromolecular toxins. this is based on results obtained in rabbits from pyrogenic cross-tolerance tests with selected endotoxins. in these tests, purified endotoxins from escherichia coli (coo8) and chromobacterium violaceum (cv) gave results one might expect with non-reciprocal cross-reacting anti ...196314078002
[comparative evaluation of the effectiveness of bacteria-trapping devices in the determination of bacterial concentrations of aerosols]. 196314187229
microbial degradation of asphalt.organisms of the genera pseudomonas, chromobacterium, and bacillus capable of degrading asphalt were isolated by enrichment cultures. the asphalt degradation by these organisms varied from 3 to 25% after incubation for 1 week. the effects of temperature, ph, and atmosphere of incubation on asphalt degradation were investigated and were shown to vary with different organisms on the same substrate.196316349633
6-hydroxytryptophan formation by chromobacterium violaceum. 196414206055
urease activity of intact and disrupted bacteria. 196414120692
infection and the water-closet. 196414133601
isolation of d-fucosamine from bacillus cereus. 196414167834
the synthesis of n-acetyl-alpha-and n-acetyl-beta-d-glucosamine i-phosphates (2-acetamido-2-deoxy-alpha- and beta-d-glucose i-phosphates). 196414192914
a humoral antibody associated with endotoxin resistance. 196414200101
the effects of selected strains of pigmented microorganisms on small free-living amoebae. 196414206897
[a comparative study of the nuclease activity of various species of saprophytic bacteria]. 196414208279
effect of mutation on dna-composition of some bacteria. 196414218440
factors influencing growth and polysaccharide formation by strains of chromobacterium violaceum.corpe, william a. (columbia university, new york, n.y.). factors influencing growth and polysaccharide formation by strains of chromobacterium violaceum. j. bacteriol. 88:1433-1441. 1964.-gelatinous chromobacterium violaceum strains elaborate a fibrous exopolysaccharide that forms a matrix in which growing cells are embedded. stable, nongelatinous variants arising from gelatinous cultures were of two types: (i) those that had lost the ability to produce polysaccharide, and (ii) those that had lo ...196414234803
[results of a 7 years survey on enterobacteriaceae from butcher's meat in dalat and surroundings (central vietnam)]. 196414250522
[immunochemical analysis of protein fractions of chromogenic (yellow) bacteria isolated from the blood of paratyphoid patients]. 196414263623
[pathogenicity of serratia marcescens or chromobacterium prodigiosum]. 196414292685
effect of diphenylamine on the fatty acid composition of some bacterial lipids. 19645839174
psychrophilic bacteria. 3. population levels associated with flavor or physical change in milk. 19655897823
[naphthalene oxidizing bacteria in ground waters of oil beds]. 19654221916
microbiological method for the determination of l-tryptophan.sebek, oldrich k. (the upjohn company, kalamazoo, mich.). microbiological method for the determination of l-tryptophan. j. bacteriol. 90:1026-1031. 1965.-the ability of chrombacterium violaceum to utilize l-tryptophan for the synthesis of a purple pigment, violacein, served as a basis for the development of a quantitative estimation of this amino acid. the method consists of suspending washed colorless cells of the organism in an agar layer, placing a paper disc impregnated with a tryptophan sol ...19655847792
cyanide formation from glycine by nonproliferating cells of chromobacterium violaceum. 19655851865
immunological properties of bacterial cell wall mucopeptides. 196514268620
cyanide formation by chromobacterium violaceum.michaels, ruth (columbia university, new york, n.y.), and w. a. corpe. cyanide formation by chromobacterium violaceum. j. bacteriol. 89:106-112. 1965.-the formation of cyanide by a chromobacterium violaceum strain was studied with growing cultures and with nonproliferating cells grown in complex and chemically defined media. most of the cyanide was produced during the log-phase growth of the organism, and accumulated in the culture supernatant fluid. a synergistic effect of glycine and methionin ...196514255648
bacterial stimulation of sporangium production in phytophthora cinnamomi.bacteria, notably chromobacterium violaceum, stimulate initiation of production of sporangia by phytophthora cinnamomi, a plant pathogen which does not produce this asexual stage in ordinary agar or liquid culture.196517742598
numerical taxonomy of bacteria--some published data re-examined. 19665922296
bacterial nutritional approach to mechanisms of oxygen toxicity.gottlieb, sheldon f. (union carbide corp., tonawanda, n.y.). bacterial nutritional approach to mechanisms of oxygen toxicity. j. bacteriol. 92:1021-1027. 1966.-inhibition by oxygen of growth of the bacterium achromobacter p6 was reversed by amino acid supplements. the reversal of oxygen-induced growth inhibition was not due to the presence of reducing substances in the growth medium. oxygen primarily exerts a bacteriostatic effect. the oxygen inhibition of growth occurred over a wide ph range. o ...19665926739
longevity of selected exogenous microorganisms in the rumen. 19665929160
the isolation and characterization of glucosamine and muramic acid from the cell-wall mucopeptide of the gram-negative bacterium, chromobacterium violaceum. 19665956935
properties of surface materials released from cells of chromobacterium violaceum. 19665966705
[on a small satellite-forming soil bacterium from circular forms of chromobacteriaceae]. 19665988693
studies on the role of microorganisms in the life of cultivated plants. 3. origin of the bacterial substances stimulating the growth of plants. 19664160456
biological properties of streptococcal cell-wall particles. 3. dermonecrotic reaction to cell-wall mucopeptides.abdulla, essa m. (university of north carolina school of medicine, chapel hill), and john h. schwab. biological properties of streptococcal cell-wall particles. iii. dermonecrotic reaction to cell-wall mucopeptides. j. bacteriol. 91:374-383. 1966.-intradermal injection of rabbits and guinea pigs with mucopeptide suspensions produced an acute necrotic lesion which reached maximal severity within 24 hr and gradually subsided with scar formation. necrosis was evident within 4 hr after injection of ...19664955252
comparative studies of putrescine degradation by microorganisms. 19664956873
[studies on the mechanism of bacterial endotoxins]. 19664962810
fatty acid composition of bacterial membrane and wall lipids. 19665328938
[cephalothin and semisynthetic penicillins. in vitro test results on material in a large hospital]. 19674968842
deoxyribonucleic acid homology and taxonomy of agrobacterium, rhizobium, and chromobacterium.hybridization experiments were carried out between high molecular weight, denatured, agar-embedded deoxyribonucleic acid (dna) and homologous, nonembedded, sheared, denatured (14)c-labeled dna from a strain of agrobacterium tumefaciens and rhizobium leguminosarum (the reference strains) in the presence of sheared, nonembedded, nonlabeled dna (competing dna) from the same or different nomen-species of agrobacterium, rhizobium, chromobacterium, and several other organisms. percentage of dna homolo ...19674961629
selective feeding of tubificids on bacteria. 19674864607
a comparative study of carbon source requirements of mycobacterium avium, group ii scotochromogens, group 3 nonphotochromogens, and mycobacterium terrae in the presence of glutamate-nitrogen. 19676039105
[sea and estuary bacteria--producers of vitamin b 12]. 19675618094
physiological and cultural characteristics of chromobacterium marinum sp. n. 19675299908
fatal septicemia due to chromobacterium janthinum. 19685661183
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