TitleAbstractYear(sorted ascending)
[study of l-form lipids of proteus p 18: phospholipids]. 19665982797
[on the secondary structure of proteus mirabilis rna in acid medium]. 19665983457
2,3-dihydroxymethylquinoxaline-1,4-di-n-oxide, a new metabolite of 2,3-dimethylquinoxaline-1,4-di-n-oxide active against gram-negative bacteria. 19665985271
[vitamin requirements of proteus vulgaris strain k]. 19665985389
[pinocytosis and motility of amoeba. i. influence of marker substances on amoeba proteus]. 19665986586
[pinocytosis and motility of amoeba. ii. permanent and induced pinocytosis in amoeba proteus]. 19665987101
[high molecular dna from bacteria]. 19665990923
[urine microflora in patients with chronic pyelonephritis]. 19665993328
[jaundice caused by novobiocin]. 19665998996
[metabolism of pyruvate in proteus vulgaris ox19 and its sensitivity to certain antibiotics]. 19666003017
effect of activated charcoal on the swarming of proteus. 19666003737
[on the pathogenicity of the l-form of proteus vulgaris for chick embryos]. 19666003875
[mixed food toxinfections caused by pathogenic staphylococci and proteus]. 19666004768
[antagonism of nalidixic acid and nitrofurans against proteus-providence group]. 19666005861
[case of human mastitis due to proteus mirabilis]. 19666007517
[urinary tract infections caused by the pathogen providencia as a consequence of hospitalization]. 19666014306
[on the question of the sensitivity of proteus subgroups to tetracycline]. 19666014898
[sequestrotomy combined with antibiotic therapy in treatment of chronic osteomyelitis in children]. 19665184686
studies on passive immune cell damage by viridans streptococcal antigen. 19665234177
comparative antibiotic susceptibility of organisms recovered in sepsis of the newborn. 19665227774
development and growth of l forms of bacteria and pplo on membrane filters. 19665295851
a new species of proteus isolated from larvae of the gypsy moth porthetria dispar (l.). 19665296847
the role of the microbial flora in uremia. i. survival times of germfree, limited-flora, and conventionalized rats after bilateral nephrectomy and fasting.germfree rats were used in 3 experiments to study the effects of the microbial flora on survival time after acute uremia produced by a one-stage bilateral nephrectomy. germfree rats, limited-flora rats, and conventionalized rats (all maintained continuously in isolators) were subjected to nephrectomy or to sham nephrectomy, deprived of food and water until they died, respectively, of uremia or of starvation, and their survival times compared. to establish a limited defined flora in advance of ne ...19665324223
asymptomatic bacteriuria during pregnancy. 19665325600
cephaloridine activity in vitro and absorption and urinary excretion in normal young men. 19665325753
immunologic studies in urinary tract infections. ii. correlation of hemagglutinin response with bacteriuria following catheterization. 19665321735
factors in the patient contributing to surgical sepsis. 19665321795
urinary tract infection in a general surgical unit. 19665339627
a factor in the serum of patients with persisting infection that inhibits the bactericidal activity of normal serum against the organism that is causing the infection. 19665332981
renal infection in pregnancy. i. the natural development of bacteriuria in pregnancy. 19665333118
[nalidixic acid in the treatment of complicated urinary tract infections in children]. 19665333466
[on the combined effect of various penicillins]. 19665333691
determination of dna composition and concentration by spectral analysis. 19665334033
[on the question of antagonism in antibiotic combinations]. 19665334232
clinical experiences with kanamycin in septicemia caused by gram-negative organisms. 19665336395
the use of kanamycin in selected patients with serious infections caused by gram-negative bacilli: serum concentration and inhibition studies in patients with azotemia given reduced doses. 19665336396
some observations on dosage and toxicity of kanamycin in premature and full-term infants. 19665336397
an indirect fluorescent antibody study of vibrio comma. 19665336437
[gram-negative bacilli in chronic suppurative otitis]. 19665328559
the initiation of infection in the mouse kidney after intravenous injection of bacteria. 19665328776
effect of coliform and proteus bacteria on growth of staphylococcus aureus.cultures of coliform and proteus bacteria, mostly from foods, were tested for their effect on growth of staphylococcus aureus in trypticase soy broth. inhibition of the staphylococcus by these competitors increased with increasing proportions of inhibiting (effector) bacteria in the inoculum and decreasing incubation temperatures (37 to 10 c). time required for 2 x 10(4) staphylococci to increase to 5 x 10(6) cells per milliliter, the minimal number assumed to be necessary for food poisoning, va ...19665330677
inhibitors of dihydrofolic acid reductase in the therapy of infectious diseases. 19665331137
vas culture, epididymitis and post-prostatectomy fever. 19665331203
nonpigmented serratia marcescens. 19665331246
[streptomycin-dependent escherichia coli]. 19665331356
the demonstration of specific urinary anti-bodies in urinary tract infections caused by gram-negative bacilli. 19665331386
pyelonephritis in the mouse. i. infection experiments. 19665332447
the resistance to antibiotics of strains of streptococcus viridans, streptococcus faecalis, escherichia coli, pseudomonas aeruginosa, proteus and klebsiella isolated in poland.a nation-wide survey has been carried out in poland into the susceptibility of six genera of bacteria to eight antibiotics. the antibiotic-resistance of streptococci differed from that of the gram-negative rods studied.escherichia coli, klebsiella and pseudomonas aeruginosa are known to be completely resistant to penicillin. streptococcus faecalis was much more resistant to antibiotics than streptococcus viridans (highest resistance to streptomycin - 90.3% and 74.9%, respectively; least resistan ...19665332528
hypertension, pyelonephritis and renal failure. clinical interrelations. 19665327387
synchronization of bacteria by a stationary-phase method.cutler, richard g. (university of houston, houston, tex.), and john e. evans. synchronization of bacteria by a stationary-phase method. j. bacteriol. 91:469-476. 1966.-cultures of escherichia coli and proteus vulgaris have been synchronized, with a high percentage phasing, in large volumes and at high cell densities by a method which takes advantage of a tendency of cells to synchronize themselves when entering the stationary phase of growth. the method consists of growing the bacteria to an ear ...19665327475
relapse and reinfection in chronic bacteriuria. 19665327811
magnesium ion-independent ribonucleic acid depolymerases in bacteria.the distribution of ribonucleases among bacteria has been determined from the examination of a wide variety of species. bacteria that had been growing rapidly on a solid medium were harvested, treated with acetone and incubated in the presence of edta between ph4 and ph9. the ribonuclease activity was determined from the rate at which acid-soluble nucleotides were released. out of nearly 200 strains examined, about 30 did not contain a detectable ribonuclease. the ph optima of ribonucleases in t ...19665338680
urease activity and antibiotic sensitivity of bacteria.gale, glen r. (veterans administration hospital, durham, n.c.). urease activity and antibiotic sensitivity of bacteria. j. bacteriol. 91:499-506. 1966.-an investigation was made of the responses of certain urease-positive bacteria to various antibacterial drugs in the presence of highly specific urease inhibitors, in a test of the hypothesis proposed by other workers that inhibition of bacterial urease enhances the sensitivity of the cells to antimicrobial agents. urease inhibitors employed were ...19665177405
biochemical differentiation of the enterobacteriaceae with the aid of lysine-iron-agar.a procedure is described for identifying members of the family enterobacteriaceae isolated from clinical specimens. the methods are based on primary differentiation of the various groups of bacteria by the use of kligler iron agar and lysine-iron-agar. for identification of salmonella, shigella, and arizona group organisms from stools, triple sugar iron agar and lysine-iron-agar are employed. the usefulness of this schema for diagnostic bacteriology laboratories is discussed. it is not intended ...19665335386
the molecular nature of r-factors. 19665335751
use of peptone iron agar for the detection of hydrogen sulfide. 19665899042
the preferential interactions of polylysine and polyarginine with specific base sequences in dna. 19665339293
separan np10, a viscosity-producing substance in culture media. 19665339304
immunofluorescent localization of bacterial antigen in pyelonephritis. i. the use of antisera against the common enterobacterial antigen in experimental renal lesions. 19675339482
cephaloridine therapy for genitourinary infections. 19675335929
increased serum glutamic-oxalacetic transaminase and lactic dehydrogenase levels produced by cholera infection and cell-free toxin in the rabbit. 19675338927
gentamicin in the treatment of bacterial conjunctivitis. 19675338672
[polyvalent heterovaccine injectable in inflammatory periodontopathies: clinical and therapeutic contribution with microbiologic and immunologic studies]. 19675336487
anaerobic biodegradation of ddt to ddd in soil.ddt labeled with carbon-14 was added to soil, and the mixture was incubated anaerobically for 2 weeks and 4 weeks. ddt and seven possible decomposition products were separated by thin-layer chromatography, and the radioactivity of material from individual spots was determined by liquid scintillation. the ddt was dechlorinated by soil microorganisms to ddd, and only traces of other degradation products were detected. no degradation of ddt was detected in sterile soil.19675337361
pulmonary clearance of gram-negative bacilli. 19675337990
colonial recognition, a "new" approach for rapid diagnostic enteric bacteriology.the morphology, on macconkey's agar, of colonies of the bacteria commonly found in enteric specimens is sufficiently characteristic and distinctive, when observed with transmitted oblique illumination and a low-power stereoscopic microscope, to enable identification at the generic (and occasionally the species) level with over 97% accuracy. application of this technique resulted in great savings of time, manipulative steps, and media compared with the usual procedures of diagnostic enteric bacte ...19675338180
the treatment of pyoderma with gentamicin. 19675335015
studies of human kidney and urine beta-glucuronidase: ii. in vitro and in vivo factors influencing measurement. 19675340172
the mitomycin antibiotics. synthetic studies. xv. the preparation of a related indoloquinone. 19675340182
[the occurrence and distribution of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms in the hospital. an epidemiological study with the aid of electronic data processing equipment]. 19675340255
bacteriocinogeny in strains of providence and proteins morganii. 19675340260
drug resistance of enteric bacteria. ix. distribution of r factors in gram-negative bacteria from clinical sources.many isolates belonging to the enterobacteriaceae were collected in 1965 from the inpatients at geographically scattered hospitals in japan. among 2,650 shigella strains examined, 58.4% were found to be drug-resistant; 95.0% of these resistant strains were multiply resistant. among 434 resistant strains examined, 81% carried r factors that were transferable by cell-to-cell contact. of 160 isolates of other enteric bacteria, drug-resistant strains included 84.2% of the escherichia coli, 93.0% of ...19675340306
studies on the effect of gentamicin on proteus vulgaris. 19675340740
a comparison of incubation time and temperature for the isolation of salmonella. 19675340943
crabtree effect in some bacterial cultures. 19675341472
1,2-benzothiazines. iv. the synthesis of 7,8-dihydropyridol[1,2-b][1,2-b]benzothiazine-10,11(9h, 10 ah)-dione 5, 5-dioxides as 1,2-benzothiazine analogs of partial tetracycline structures. 19675342286
[nalidixic acid]. 19675342349
[thermosensitive drug resistance factor. i. thermosensitive transfer of the kanamycin resistance factor from proteus vulgaris to e. coli k-12 substrains]. 19675342404
[thermosensitive drug resistance factor. ii. thermosensitive elimination of the kanamycin-resistance factor from the host bacterial cells]. 19675342405
cyclosemigramicidin s. 19675342652
basal bodies of the flagella and particular microtubules in swarmers of proteus mirabilis. 19675298438
the activation of the hydrogenase of proteus vulgaris by visible light. 19675231748
evidence for circular dna forms of a bacterial plasmid. 19675233464
comparison of the morphology of pplo and l-forms of bacteria with light and electron microscopy. 19675233801
respirator lung syndrome. 19675235461
circular dna forms of a bacterial sex factor. 19675237898
[studies on the differentiation and on the drug resistance of proteus bacteria]. 19675187236
synchronized micturition and antibiotic administration in treatment of urinary infection in an in vitro model. 19675180820
[experimental study on allergic otitis media. 1. allergenic effect of proteus vulgaris on guinea pigs sentitized with egg albumin]. 19675183819
[experimental study on allergic otitis media. 2. allergenic effect of bacterial component of proteus morgani]. 19675183820
nuclear-cytoplasmic interaction in dna amoeba proteus the transplantation of a nucleus engaged in dna synthesis into a g(2)-phase (after dna synthesis) cell results in inhibition of such synthesis. when the nucleus of a g(2) cell is transplanted into an s-phase (period of dna synthesis) cell, such a nucleus may begin to synthesize dna.19676015697
altered host response to experimental pyelonephritis in alloxan diabetic rats. 19676015967
effectiveness of urea in prophylaxis of experimentally induced bacteriuria in rats. 19676016201
case records of the massachusetts general hospital. weekly clinicopathological exercises. case 3-1967. 19676016453
the pharmacology of 2,3-bis-(p-methoxyphenyl)-indole (indoxole). 19676017336
comparison of the opsonic activity of gamma-g- and gamma-m-anti-proteus globulins. 19676019721
a three-year survey of the antibacterial spectra of the more commonly used chemotherapeutic agents.eight major bacterial groups (25,000 strains) of gram-positive and gram-negative organisms which were isolated from a variety of clinical specimens were tested by the disc-plate and tube dilution procedure. the in vitro antibacterial spectra of 17 commonly used chemotherapeutic agents were recorded and evaluated statistically during a three-year period. penicillin g, erythromycin and chloramphenicol were very effective against members of the diplococci and streptococci genera. the synthetic peni ...19676020208
interactions of gram-negative bacterial endotoxin with rabbit blood in vitro. 19676023867
proteus mirabilis enterocolitis following abdominal irradiation. report of a case. 19676027599
proteus-staphylococcus synergism in punched out ulcers. 19676027668
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