TitleAbstractYear(sorted ascending)
[pyrazinamide derivatives with broad-spectrum antibacterial action]. 196214010273
effect of sodium chloride concentration on the swarming tendency of proteus. 196214034713
[observations on lysogenic strains of proteus]. 196214039666
studies on the synthesis of new antimicrobials. ii. syntheses of 3-(5-nitro-2-thienvl)acrvlic acid derivatives and thers ome antibacterial activities. 196214032778
[antimicrobial properties of rose water obtained from kazanlik roses]. 196214021175
[on the problem of reversion of stabile l-forms into their original bacteria]. 196214039667
[comparative electron microscope study of a proteus and corresponding l forms of a and b types]. 196213923040
synergistic action of kanamycin and tetracycline on proteus rettgeri infections of the urinary tract. 196213931384
the micromorphology of amoeba proteus during pressure-induced changes in the sol-gel cycle. 196213928434
[on the problem of present-day sensitivity of frequent pathogens in urinary tract infections to antibiotics and chemotherapeutic drugs]. 196213929313
biochemical characteristics of lactose-fermenting proteus rettgeri from clinical specimens. 196213918554
the newer penicillins.the newer penicillins give high promise of overcoming some of the few disadvantages of penicillin-g. they fall into three groups: the alpha-phenoxy-penicillins; the penicillinase resistant penicillins; and the penicillins with enhanced activity against gram-negative bacteria. the newer alpha-phenoxy-penicillins offer little over alpha-phenoxy methyl penicillin (penicillin-v). as the length of the side chain is increased, absorption and attainable serum concentration is also increased, but these ...196213913108
actinospectacin: an in vitro study of effectiveness against pathogenic bacteria. 196213903877
phenylalanine metabolism: the production of phenylacetaldehyde by a proteus species. 196213910294
[the present antibiotic sensitivity of bact, coli, bact. proteus, bact. pyocyaneum and enterococci]. 196213902081
a rapid test for proteus species. 196213907343
fimbriae and haemagglutinating activity in strains of proteus hauseri. 196213911547
urease activity of proteus species in filtered compared with autoclaved urea media.hatch, m. h. (brown university, providence, r.i.) and c. a. stuart. urease activity of proteus species in filtered compared with autoclaved urea media. j. bacteriol. 83:1119-1123. 1962.-urease activity of a number of strains of four proteus species was compared in a filtered medium and an autoclaved medium. various amounts of saline suspensions of the organisms were used as inocula for the two media. in some experiments seitz-filtered yeast extract was added to autoclaved basal urea medium. all ...196213905316
[treatment of combined wound processes by metacyl associated with mycerin]. 196213902565
studies on feeding and digestion in protozoa. iv. acid phosphatase and nonspecific esterase activity of food vacuoles in amoeba proteus. 196213936517
limits of transplantation tolerance in large amoebae. i. microfusion studies using amoeba proteus, pelomyxa illinoisensis, and three strains of pelomyxa carolinensis. 196213883405
[on the simultaneous action of cl. perfringens hemotoxin and b. proteus centrifugates in the presence of a specific anti-gangrene serum]. 196213887206
the effect of starvation on the nucleotide composition of the ribonucleic acid in amoeba proteus. 196213882626
[simple controls of foodstuffs for salmonella, shigella, proteus and coli]. 196213890732
[observations on the simultaneous activity of c. perfringens toxin and proteus culture centrifugates in animal experiments]. 196213887207
[meningo-encephalitis caused by bacterium proteus in a neonate]. 196213884255
bacterial growth in urine. 196213863300
gamma globulin potentiation of proteus lipopolysaccharide effect on sarcoma 180. 196213861832
[serological properties of proteus pyogenes]. 196213933925
[d-(-)-alpha-amino-alpha-phenylacetamido.]-penicillanic acid. antibacterial activity and active concentrations in vivo]. 196213937744
[shock states in sepsis with gram-negative pathogens]. 196213939479
[research on the resistance of l forms of bacteria. i. resistance to drying and heat]. 196213942503
[studies on germicides for use on food utensils. 1. on the bacterial action and the influence of ph of amphoteric surface-active agents (amphoteric soap, bis(octylaminoethyl)-glycine hcl]. 196213940521
drug sensitivity in urinary tract infections. 196213939691
[repression of the biosynthesis of thiosulfate reductase in proteus vulgaris by oxygen]. 196213943283
[inhibition by oxygen of the biosynthesis and activity of hydrogenase and hydrogenlyase in some anaerobic bacteria]. 196213943284
[relation between the in vivo and in vitro sensitivity of bacteria to penbritine and their production of penicillinase]. 196213966890
comparison of lipid composition of pleuropneumonia-like and l-type organisms.smith, paul f. (university of pennsylvania, philadelphia) and george h. rothblat. comparison of pleuropneumonia-like and l-type organisms. j. bacteriol. 83:500-506. 1962.-the content of total lipid and nonsaponifiable lipid depended upon the type of organism; the greatest amounts were found in pleuropneumonia-like organisms that required cholesterol for growth and in l-1, the l-form of streptobacillus moniliformis. decreasing amounts were found in nonsterol-requiring strains of pleuropneumonia-l ...196213914380
a simplified chemical test for the differentiation of proteus. 196213914418
[study of the specific inhibitory action of antisera on l cultures of bacteria. iii. localization of the h antigen by the immuno-fluorescence technic]. 196213893458
[effect of the semisynthetic penicillin 6-aapk on various microorganisms in vitro]. 196213953529
[on the oxidative phosphorylation of normal and pathologically changed bacterial cells]. 196213944717
[role of the association of enterococcus and proteus in the development of suppurative-inflammatory processes (experimental studies)]. 196213893838
[comparison of the mode of action of aureomycin and mexocine in proteus mirabilis]. 196213963406
proteus vulgaris urinary tract infections in rats; treatment with nitrofuran derivatives.ascending urinary tract infections with stone formation have been produced experimentally in rats, using a modification of the method of vermuelen & goetz (1954a, b). a zinc disc infected with a culture of proteus vulgaris was inserted into the bladder by suprapubic cystotomy under ether anaesthesia. the ph of the urine rises from 6.9 to 8 or 9 and calculi develop in the bladder within a few days of infection. the bladder and ureters become swollen, distended and inflamed, and renal abscesses de ...196213964160
[the importance of drug associations in the treatment of diarrhea]. 196213964418
deoxyribonucleic acid base composition of proteus and providence organisms.falkow, stanley (walter reed army institute of research, washington d.c.), i. r. ryman, and o. washington. deoxyribonucleic acid base composition of proteus and providence organisms. j. bacteriol. 83:1318-1321. 1962.-deoxyribonucleic acids (dna) from various species of proteus and of providence bacteria have been examined for their guanine + cytosine (gc) content. p. vulgaris, p. mirabilis, and p. rettgeri possess essentially identical mean gc contents of 39%, and providence dna has a gc content ...196213891463
a simple phenylalanine paper strip method for identification of protesus strains. 196213948734
[practical process for the identification of enterobacteria]. 196213943682
bacterial meningitis. ii. infections caused by certain gram-negative enteric organisms. 196213949305
ameboid movement, i. reactivation of glycerinated models of amoeba proteus with adenosinetriphosphate. 196213992984
ameboid movement. ii. research of contractile proteins in amoeba proteus. 196213992985
pseudopod initiation and membrane depolarisation in amoeba proteus. 196213968349
cytoplasmic dna synthesis in amoeba proteus. i. on the particulate nature of the dna-containing elements.the incorporation of tritiated thymidine in amoeba proteus was reinvestigated in order to see if it could be associated with microscopically detectable structures. staining experiments with basic dyes, including the fluorochrome acridine orange, revealed the presence of large numbers of 0.3 to 0.5 micro particles in the cytoplasm of all cells studied. the effect of nuclease digestion on the dye affinity of the particles suggests that they contain dna as well as rna. centrifugation of living cell ...196213972870
antibiotic sensitivity of clinically important bacteria. a nine-year study. 196213973035
[an interesting case: proteus septicemia]. 196213970052
infection due to proteus mirabilis in newborn nursery. 196213970093
the urethral catheter and urinary tract infection. 196213994829
[research on the phago-bacterial systems in the proteus group. i. manifestations of lysosensitivity and lysogeny in bacteria of the proteus group]. 196213972289
cytoplasmic dna synthesis in amoeba proteus. ii. on the behavior and possible nature of the dna-containing elements.nucleic acid-containing particles in the cytoplasm of amoeba proteus (cf. reference 1) were counted after acridine orange staining. the number of particles per ameba was found to be correlated with cell age and size. fresh daughters had a mean particle number of 5400, whereas predivision amebae contained around 11,000 particles. amebae from two other strains contained similar particles. the particles were found to be clustered in fasted cells and redispersed after feeding. a marked increase in t ...196213972869
[on the presence of cholesterol in the the l forms derived from proteus]. 196213973424
a simple quantitative test for bacteriuria. 196213975775
growth, cell and nuclear divisions in some bacteria. 196213976593
effect of bromidehypochlorite bactericides on microorganisms.a new principle in compounding stable, granular bactericidal products led to unique combinations of a water-soluble inorganic bromide salt with a hypochlorite-type disinfectant of either inorganic or organic type. microbiological results are shown for an inorganic bactericide composed of chlorinated trisodium phosphate containing 3.1% "available chlorine" and 2% potassium bromide, and for an organic bactericide formulated from sodium dichloroisocyanurate so as to contain 13.4% "available chlorin ...196213977149
[study of the metabolism of normal and pathological bacterial forms by warburg's "2-vessel method"]. 196213980678
[antibiotic therapy of severe proteus mirabilis infections]. 196213981655
bacteriological findings in the mid-cycle endocervical mucus in infertile women. 196213989792
susceptibility of proteus mirabilis and its stable l-forms to erythromycin and other macrolides. 196213993473
occurrence of catalase in pleuropneumonia-like organisms and bacterial l forms.weibull, c. (central bacteriological laboratory of stockholm city, stockholm, sweden) and kerstin hammarberg. occurrence of catalase in pleuropneumonia-like organisms and bacterial l forms. j. bacteriol. 84:520-525. 1962.-the catalase activity of six pleuropneumonia-like organisms (pplo), four stable proteus l forms, and four normal strains of proteus mirabilis was determined quantitatively. the pplo (strains of the species mycoplasma agalactiae, hominis, laidlawii, mycoides, and strains isolate ...196213999516
[studies on the sensitivity of strains of staphylococcus, streptococcus faecalis and proteus to various antibiotics]. 196214460719
[on the problem of antibiotic therapy in experimental proteus and staphylococcus infections]. 196214460937
urinary tract infection in mink. i. bacteriology. 196214462739
[on the usefulness of proteus x-e (erevan) cultures for serodiagnosis of tick-borne rickettsiosis in northern asia]. 196214467671
susceptibility testing with colistin. 196214469336
[sensitivity of proteus pyogenes to 11 antibiotics]. 196214471458
gastrointestinal microflora of mutton birds (puffinus tenuirostris) in relation to "limy" disease.mushin, rose (university of melbourne, victoria, australia) and frances m. ashburner. gastrointestinal microflora of mutton birds (puffinus tenuirostris) in relation to "limy" disease. j. bacteriol. 83:1260-1267. 1962.-the aerobic bacterial intestinal flora of mutton birds, healthy and affected with "limy" disease, was investigated, mainly in birds from great dog island, bass strait, australia. a total of 1,274 specimens from gut on post-mortem and from cloacal swabs was examined. no indication ...196214477540
[action of the optical antipodes of threonine on the growth of salmonella enteritidis thyphimurium and of proteus vulgaris x.19]. 196214479578
a comparative study of some rapid antibiotic sensitivity tests. 196214452545
[study of the specific inhibitory action of antiserums on l cultures of bacteria. ii. the presence of h agglutinins in l antiserums]. 196214456326
the occurrence of cell wall constituents in stable proteus l forms. 196214476309
reversion of spheroplasts produced by lysozyme into rods in proteus vulgaris. 196214479045
[reproduction of morgan's toxico-infection in monkeys in radiation sickness]. 196214450394
studies on x-agent. xix. difference of bacterial growth between day and night. 196214476156
the fecal flora of various strains of mice. its bearing on their susceptibility to mice from seven different colonies were studied with regard to (a) the numbers and types of bacteria that could be cultivated from their stools; (b) their resistance to the lethal effect of endotoxins prepared from three strains of gram-negative bacilli. see pdf for structure in six of the seven colonies, the stools yielded large numbers of various types of lactobacilli, enterococci, and gram-negative bacilli. most animals in these colonies died within 48 hours following injection of endot ...196214497916
[gastroenteritis in newborn infants caused by proteus mirabilis]. 196214486785
[the radioautographic method for the study of the intermediate stages of protein synthesis]. 196214487127
[reticulosarcoma of the spleen treated by splenectomy complicated by proteus septicemia and fatal recurrence]. 196214488324
the role of immunity in the pathogenesis of experimental hematogenous pyelonephritis.hematogenous pyelonephritis was produced in rats utilizing multiple strains of escherichia coli, a strain of klebsiella pneumoniae, and a strain of proteus mirabilis. three patterns of hematogenous pyelonephritis occurred which represent an interrelationship between an immune response to the infecting bacteria and the development of obstructive uropathy as a consequence of infection. first, the course of pyelonephritis due to strains of escherichia coli was acute, self-limited, and associated wi ...196214496914
on the decarboxylase operating in the degradative pathway of l-leucine by proteus vulgaris. 196214497328
successful treatment of a case of proteus septicaemia. 196220789534
amoeba proteus: studying the contractile vacuole by measurements of the freezing point depression of the protoplasm and of the fluid from the contractile vacuole of fresh-water amoebae showed that the fluid in the vacuole is distinctly hypoosmotic to the protoplasm. fourteen samples of protoplasm from amoebae, placed in a medium with a milliosmolality of 7, had an average osmolality of 101 milliosmoles with a range of 73 to 116. eleven samples of vacuolar fluid had an average osmolality of 32 milliosmoles, with a range of 24 to 38. it is s ...196317788304
incidence and susceptibility to antibiotics of bacteria causing common infections in a general hospital. 196315446089
laboratory studies on gentamicin. 196314274883
predominant characteristics of the growth of some antibiotic-induced l-phase bacteria. 196314274952
antibiotic therapy in established chronic experimental proteus mirabilis pyelonephritis. 196314274971
morphology of pleuropneumonia-like organisms and bacterial l forms grown in liquid media.weibull, c. (central bacteriological laboratory of stockholm city, stockholm, sweden) and britt-marie lundin. morphology of pleuropneumonia-like organisms and bacterial l forms grown in liquid media. j. bacteriol. 85:440-445. 1963.-cells of mycoplasma hominis, m. laidlawii, and two tissue-culture strains of pleuropneumonia-like organisms (pplo) moving freely in liquid medium were photographed with an electronic flash as the light source. the photomicrographs thus obtained demonstrated that, in y ...196313999517
size of minimal reproductive units of bacterial l forms. 196313999519
sensitivity of e. coli, ps. aeruginosa and b. proteus to erythromycin in various ph culture media. 196314003017
reversion of l forms and spheroplasts of proteus mirabilis.altenbern, robert a. (u.s. army chemical corps, fort detrick, frederick, md.). reversion of l forms and spheroplasts of proteus mirabilis. j. bacteriol. 85:269-272. 1963.-spheroplasts or 3-b type l forms of proteus mirabilis formed by growth in the presence of penicillin are able to revert to the bacillary form, as judged by regain of resistance to osmotic shock. reversion takes place in the absence of exogenous nutrients, although at a lesser rate than that observed in a nitrogen-rich medium. e ...196314012303
[the effect of some antibiotic combinations on strains of staphylococcus pyogenes aureus, proteus and escherichia]. 196314013118
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