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[the danger of infection during treatment with an indwelling catheter]. 19664969362
[experimental study of furacrylin]. 19664970460
effect of alimentary tract microorganisms on the development of trichinella spiralis in mice. ii. 19664956137
further study on the antibacterial effect of h. sabdariffa. 19664955778
studies on gram-negative bacilli in a ward for new-born babies. 19664958353
antimicrobial specificity of leukocyte lysosomal cationic proteins.diflerences in antimicrobial specificities against staphylococcusaureus, streptococcus faecalis (groupd),and proteus vulgaris exist amongthe electrophoretically separable components of lysosomal cationic proteins of polymorphonuclear leukocytes.19664958495
nucleosides. 33. n4-acylated 5-fluorocytosines and a direct synthesis of 5-fluoro-2'-deoxycytidine. 19664961226
antiviral compounds. 8. aminoacethydrazones of aromatic alpha-ketoaldehydes. 19664961227
folate synthesis by intestinal bacteria. 19664958556
bacteriostatic action of progesterone on staphylococci and other microorganisms.yotis, william (loyola university, hines, ill.), and ronald stanke. bacteriostatic action of progesterone on staphylococci and other microorganisms. j. bacteriol. 92:1285-1289. 1966.-progesterone has been examined in vitro for antibacterial activity against 10 microorganisms. turbidimetric and manometric techniques were used to assay the antibacterial activity of progesterone. the organisms tested consisted of staphylococcus aureus, s. epidermidis, gaffkya tetragena, bacillus subtilis, listeria ...19664958877
antiseptic and aseptic prophylaxis for burns: use of silver nitrate and of isolators. 19664958926
u-21,963, a new antibiotic. i. discovery and biological activity.a new antibiotic, u-21,963, is produced by a new strain of trichoderma viride. antibiotic activity can be demonstrated against both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and also against a wide variety of fungi. u-21,963 is not cross-resistant with other commonly used antibiotics. u-21,963 afforded no protection against klebsiella pneumoniae, streptococcus pyogenes, or staphylococcus aureus when it was injected subcutaneously into mice.19664959076
nitrofuryl heterocycles. i. 5,6-dihydro-3-(5-nitro-2-furyl)imidazo[2,1-b]thiazoles and acid addition salts. 19664960096
development of resistance to kanamycin. 19664960372
status of kanamycin in the treatment of surgical infections. 19664960373
kanamycin in urinary tract infections. 19664960374
an immunochemical analysis of bacterial mucopeptides. 19664959400
influence of abnormal bacterial flora on small intestinal function. 19664959402
the interaction patterns of combined antibacterial agents. experiments with two agardiffusion methods. 19664959585
antibodies to the methylene blue sensitized photooxidation product in deoxyribonucleic acid. 19664959743
autoantibody production in rabbits. vii. autoantibodies to gut produced by the injection of bacteria. 19664956607
comparative studies of putrescine degradation by microorganisms. 19664956873
the induction of nonspecific resistance in mice by papain. 19664957315
[antibiotics-sensitivity of the gram-negative organims in the carl bremer-hospital in 1960-1965]. 19664957744
immunofluorescent demonstration of the common enterobacterial antigen. 19664955220
[preparation of various 1,3-benzoxathiols and examination of their bacteriostatic and fungistatic properties]. 19664971172
the treatment of phosphatic encrusted cystitis (alkaline cystitis) with nalidixic acid. 19664952889
[characteristics of the antimicrobial properties of phytoncides of some edible plants of the carpathian region]. 19664972495
effect of activated charcoal on the swarming of proteus. 19664891939
[chemotherapy of urinary tract infection by gram-negative bacilli]. 19664860163
antibacterial activities of combinations of ampicillin and cloxacillin. 19664860773
[the effect of chloramphenicol on the alpha-ketoglutarate-dehydrogenase activity of escherichia coli and proteus vulgaris]. 19664860856
nitrofurantoin: additional studies comparing in vitro drug susceptibility with clinical bacteriological response. 19664862163
[diagnosis and check of the course of chronic urinary tract infections]. 19664865148
[on the use of test strips in salmonella diagnosis]. 19664867189
[differences in sensitivity to antibiotics in gram-negative bacteria in different clinical departments]. 19664868078
[the role of ampicillin in antibiotic therapy with special reference to laboratory findings]. 19664870009
[studies on the antibacterial effect of cephalothin]. 19664870013
[the course of proteus wound infection in rabbits at different dosage and administration routes of monomycin]. 19664871094
[electron microscopic study on the action of surface-active substances on bacterial cell envelopes: 1. experiments with cell walls of proteus vulgaris and p. mirabilis]. 19664872585
[comparative studies on resistance tests in vitro and therapeutic effect. a contribution to the significance of resistance tests in vitro for antimicrobial therapy]. 19664873416
[diagnosis and treatment of pyelonephritis. 800 quantitative bacteria determination]. 19664873696
[data on the activity of cephaloridine in the pediatric field]. 19664873824
[the "l" forms of proteus vulgaris. observations with the phase-contrast microscope]. 19664874568
[effect of 5-fluorouracl on the intestinal flora in oncological patients]. 19664875728
[chemotherapeutic activity of acetoxymethyl derivatives of di-n-oxides of quinoxaline in acute bacterial infections]. 19664876657
[a comparative study of the biological action of the polysaccharides glucan and laminarin]. 19664882713
[various features of the clinical picture and treatment of gastroenterocolitis caused by conditioned pathogenic microorganisms]. 19664899344
[the role of ear wax in the external auditory meatus]. 19664899440
[sequestrotomy combined with antibiotic therapy in treatment of chronic osteomyelitis in children]. 19665184686
studies on passive immune cell damage by viridans streptococcal antigen. 19665234177
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
urinary tract infection in a general surgical unit. 19665339627
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
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
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
comparative antibiotic susceptibility of organisms recovered in sepsis of the newborn. 19665227774
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
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
[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
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
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
clinicopathological conference lxxv. 19665905916
food-borne bacterial toxins.food poisoning caused by the ingestion of preformed bacterial toxins is considered in relation to comparative symptoms, procedures for extraction and purification of the causal toxins, their chemistry, serology, assay procedures and pharmacology, in so far as these are known.the bacteria discussed in this context are clostridium botulinum, c. perfringens, staphylococcus aureus, bacillus cereus, and vibrio parahemolyticus. the possible roles of the enterococci, proteus, e. coli and of unknown spe ...19665905949
comparison of six methods for detection of phenylalanine deaminase produced by the proteus-providence group of bacteria. 19665906063
effect of antibacterials, antibiotics, enzymes and steroids on phagocytosis. 19665909268
proteus mirabilis meningitis: report of two cases treated with ampicillin. 19665910764
[aspects of the role of b. proteus in hospital intestinal infections in infants]. 19665911471
resistance to inhibitors of dihydrofolate reductase in strains of lactobacillus casei and proteus vulgaris. 19665912585
bactericidal properties of the concentrated artificial kidney bath solution.this study was undertaken to investigate the ability of a 30 times concentrated dialysate fluid to support or inhibit growth of bacteria, and to evaluate its shelf life. the solution was inoculated with the following organisms in the logarithmic-growth phase: escherichia coli, coagulase-positive staphylococcus aureus, enteric streptococcus sp., pseudomonas sp., klebsiella-aerobacter sp., proteus sp., and bacillus subtilis. inoculated concentrate held at 37 c showed an exponential decrease in org ...19665914496
notes on the question of the specificity of reduction sites in the bacterial cell. 19665916365
antibodies to photoproducts of deoxyribonucleic acids irradiated with ultraviolet light.a rabbit immunized with complexes of methylated bovine serum albumin and ultraviolet-irradiated dna from calf thymus produced antibodies directed toward the photoproducts in the dna. serologic activity appeared after irradiation of dna at 270 mmicro and decreased upon irradiation at 235 mmicro. the antigenic determinants of the ultraviolet-treated dna appear to be photoproducts associated primarily with thymine, as measured by direct dependence of serologic activity on the adenine-thymine conten ...19665917082
xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis. 19665917484
breakdown of amino acids by enterobacteriaceae. v. breakdown of glycine in simple medium. 19665918578
multitest media for rapid identification of proteus species with notes on biochemical reactions of strains isolated from urine and pus.two ;multitest'(1) media for biochemical classification of the genus proteus into species were developed. the species so determined were checked with conventional methods. results show that these media were useful for rapid identification of species. the biochemical reactions of four proteus species isolated from clinical specimens as tested by conventional methods are reviewed and the occurrence of some atypical strains is described.19665919356
individual nephron function in experimental bilateral pyelonephritis. i. glomerular filtration rate and proximal tubular sodium, potassium, and water reabsorption. 19665923892
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