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intra-specific diversity of serratia marcescens in anopheles mosquito midgut defines plasmodium transmission capacity.a critical stage in malaria transmission occurs in the anopheles mosquito midgut, when the malaria parasite, plasmodium, ingested with blood, first makes contact with the gut epithelial surface. to understand the response mechanisms within the midgut environment, including those influenced by resident microbiota against plasmodium, we focus on a midgut bacteria species' intra-specific variation that confers diversity to the mosquito's competency for malaria transmission. serratia marcescens isol ...023571408
an unusual strain of serratia marcescens bizio. 192617838559
an observation on the longevity of serratia marcescens (b. prodigiosus). 193217840459
studies on the etiology of spontaneous conjunctival folliculosis of rabbits : i. transmission and filtration experiments.spontaneous conjunctival folliculosis is widespread among various species of rabbits. it exists in two forms: type i, in which the lesions are localized and the disease is relatively inactive, and type ii, in which the follicles are closely distributed over the entire surface of the conjunctivae and the affection is more active and characterized by extensive inflammatory reactions. one type can be converted into the other either by experimental methods or by natural processes. the disease can be ...193419870281
a description of some color variants produced by serratia marcescens, strain 274. 194016560336
the production of stable populations of color variants of serratia marcescens, # 274 in rapidly growing cultures. 194016560337
some effects of visible radiation on pigmentation of serratia marcescens. 194116560439
the distribution of color variants in ageing broth cultures of serratia marcescens #274. 194216560523
factors affecting the distribution of color variants in ageing broth cultures of serratia marcescens #274. 194216560524
factors affecting the viability of serratia marcescens during dehydration and storage. 194616561214
blood uric acid and proteose, body temperature, and glomerular clearance of rabbits implanted with the brown-pearce carcinoma and treated with the polysaccharide from serratia marcescens. 194620287835
systolic blood pressure in normal and tumor-bearing mice as affected by the serratia marcescens tumor necrotizing polysaccharide of shear. 194620341420
factors affecting the viability of serratia marcescens during dehydration and storage. 194620274691
illness in man following inhalation of serratia marcescens. 194620278391
production and properties of 2,3-butanediol; dissimilation of glucose by serratia marcescens. 194720285019
the oxygen consumption during the assimilation of nitrogen sources by the bacterium serratia marcescens. 194720244211
the relation between oxygen consumption and the utilization of ammonia for growth in serratia marcescens. 194720268121
tolerance to bacterial pyrogens : i. factors influencing its development.in a study of the febrile responses of rabbits to repeated intravenous injections of pyrogenic substances from eberthella typhosa, serratia marcescens, and pseudomonas aeruginosa, the following observations were made: 1. a characteristic pattern of response to daily injections of the same dose of pyrogenic material was noted. this consisted of a progressive diminution in febrile response during the 1st week or 10 days, after which an animal responded to each injection with approximately the same ...194719871652
tolerance to bacterial pyrogens : ii. role of the reticulo-endothelial system.in experiments designed to elucidate the mechanism by which tolerance to bacterial pyrogens is developed, the following observations were made: 1. animals whose febrile reactions to bacterial pyrogens were markedly diminished, as a result of repeated injections, showed increases in response following r-e blockade. 2. pyrogenic substances disappeared from the circulating blood more rapidly in rabbits rendered pyrogen-tolerant than in normal animals. lack of specificity was shown by the fact that ...194719871653
the relation between oxygen consumption and the utilization of ammonia for growth in serratia marcescens. 194716561397
histological changes in adrenal glands of tumor-bearing mice injected with serratia marcescens polysaccharide alone and in combination with adrenal cortical extract. 194818114941
comparative studies of the immunological, toxic and tumor-necrotizing properties of polysaccharides from serratia marcescens (bacillus prodigiosus). 194818105859
the influence of antibody-containing fractions on the lethal and tumor-necrotizing actions of polysaccharides from serratia marcescens (bacillus prodigiosus). 194818105860
chemical alteration of polysaccharide from serratia marcescens; tumor-necrotizing polysaccharide tagged with radioactive iodine. 194818878721
chemical alteration of polysaccharide from serratia marcescens; effects of iodopolysaccharide in patients with malignant tumors. 194818878722
further studies of the immunological properties of polysaccharides from serratia marcescens (bacillus prodigiosus) the effects of passive and active immunization on the lethal activity of the polysaccharides. 194918113450
pigment production by serratia marcescens in liquid media. 194918131867
the extra oxygen consumed during growth of serratia marcescens as a function of the carbon and nitrogen sources and of temperature. 194918142343
chemical alteration of polysaccharide from serratia marcescens, reaction of polysaccharide with radioactive p-iodobenzene diazonium chloride and the use of the produce in an experimental and clinical study. 194918143254
further studies of the immunological properties of polysaccharides from serratia marcescens; passive immunization against the lethal activity of the polysaccharides with fractions of mouse antiserum elicted by a single injection of polysaccharide. 194918148604
factors affecting the elaboration of pigment and polysaccharide by serratia marcescens. 194918151942
further studies of the immunological properties of polysaccharides from serratia marcescens (bacillus prodigiosus) nature of the antigenic action and the antibody response in mice. 194918153367
factors affecting the elaboration of pigment and polysaccharide by serratia marcescens. 194916561755
the extra oxygen consumed during growth of serratia marcescens as a function of the carbon and nitrogen sources and of temperature. 194916561802
the biosynthesis of prodigiosin, the tripyrrylmethene pigment from bacillus prodigiosus (serratia marcescens). 195016748664
marcescin, an antibiotic substance from serratia marcescens. 195014778947
effect of specific antibody on the metabolism of serratia marcescens. 195014797782
[experimental investigation on the bacterial species serratia marcescens. i. spectroscopic investigations on the pigment (prodigiosin)]. 195014801236
[experimental investigations on the bacterial species serratia marcescens. ii. hemolytic power]. 195014801237
the effect of surface active agents on color variation in aging populations of serratia marcescens. 195015421953
the influence of the metabolic state and of the medium on carbon dioxide fixation by serratia marcescens. 195114832205
some effects of polysaccharide preparations from serratia marcescens and aerobacter aerogenes on cells in tissue culture. 195114839634
studies on the aerobic oxidation of fatty acids by bacteria. ii. application of the technique of simultaneous adaptation to the study of the mechanism of fatty acid oxidation in serratia marcescens. 195114850425
the relation between carbon dioxide production and the utilization of ammonia for growth in serratia marcescens. 195114861183
[experimental investigations on the bacterial species serratia marcescens. iii. investigations on the pathogenic power in laboratory animals]. 195114904792
inhibition of pigment formation of serratia marcescens by chloramphenicol, aureomycin, and terramycin. 195214920487
studies on the aerobic oxidation of fatty acids by bacteria. iii. the effect of 2,4-dinitrophenol on the oxidation of fatty acids by serratia marcescens. 195214955513
hepatotoxicity of chemotherapy following nephrectomy and radiation therapy for right-sided wilms tumor.two children developed hepatotoxicity during treatment for right-sided wilms tumor. treatment consisted of nephrectomy, irradiation, and chemotherapy with actinomycin d and vincristine. hepatic enlargement, thrombocytopenia, and abnormalities in liver function and seen on the liver scan occurred at the time of the course of chemotherapy administered 20 days after completion of irradiation. these abnormalities disappeared when treatment was temporarily suspended. vincristine and actinomycin d wer ...1952169340
effect of amino acids, purines, and pyrimidines on carbon dioxide fixation by serratia marcescens. 195212981084
a strain of serratia marcescens isolated from a case of meningitis in child. 195212999061
[pathogenic effect of the bacillus prodigiosus (serratia marcescens)]. 195213003312
a ward-contamination by serratia marcescens. 195213007390
studies on the generalized shwartzman reaction. ii. the production of bilateral cortical necrosis of the kidneys by a single injection of bacterial toxin in rabbits previously treated with thorotrast or trypan blue.intravenous injection of thorotrast or trypan blue rendered rabbits susceptible to the production of bilateral cortical necrosis of the kidneys by a single intravenous injection of small amounts of meningococcal or serratia marcescens toxin. this reaction was not produced when thorotrast or trypan blue were injected after toxin had been given. a single intradermal injection of toxin produced hemorrhagic skin lesions resembling the local shwartzman reaction in rabbits given thorotrast 6 hours pre ...195213022855
environmental control of pigmentation in serratia marcescens. 195313038714
spontaneous and induced color-variation of the hy strain of serratia marcescens. 195313069393
the influence of ultraviolet light and chlorophyll on the production of pigment by bacterium prodigiosum (serratia marcescens). 195313069405
serratia marcescens bacteriophages. 195313069478
[effect of phenanthrene alkaloids on variation of pigment production by pseudomonas aeruginosa and serratia marcescens]. 195313086534
[effect of sulfonamides and phenic acid on pigment formation in serratia marcescens]. 195313101434
diffusion of chromogenic inductors of serratia marcescens. 195416578435
the nature of the pigment induced by chromogenic inductors of serratia marcescens. 195416589601
studies on the aerobic oxidation of fatty acids by bacteria. iv. the effect of 2,4,6-trichlorophenol on the oxidation of caprate and its derivatives by serratia marcescens. 195413211561
chromogenic bacteria with a case report of a fatal infection caused by serratia marcescens. 195413215757
[gelose-liver as the medium of choice for chromogenesis of serratia marcescens]. 195413219894
induced filament formation and color variations in a strain of serratia marcescens. 195413221554
the production of prodigiosin by submerged growth of serratia marcescens. 195413229292
preparation and chemical properties of polysaccharidelipid complexes obtained from serratia marcescens and escherichia coli. 195413231060
biological properties of polysaccharidelipid complexes obtained from serratia marcescens and escherichia coli. 195413231061
fractionation studies on the tumor-necrotizing agent from serratia marcescens (shear's polysaccharide). 195413233846
chemical studies on the tumor-necrotizing agent from serratia marcescens (shear's polysaccharide). 195413233847
physicochemical characteristics of the tumor-necrotizing agent from serratia marcescens (shear's polysaccharide). 195413233848
effect of dicarboxylic acids, amino acids, amides, and carbohydrates on carbon dioxide fixation by serratia marcescens. 195514353830
the intracellular distribution of enzymes in serratia marcescens. 195514363278
[effect of phenanthrene alkaloids on respiration of serratia marcescens]. 195514393509
agglutinins in sera of laboratory workers exposed to serratia marcescens. 195514395277
metabolism of glucosamine by serratia marcescens. 195513271303
[activity of lecithase c extracted from serratia marcescens with toluene and treatment with ultrasonics]. 195513329116
studies on susceptibility to infection following ionizing radiation. iv. the pathogenesis of the endogenous bacteremias in mice.in half of the normal mice examined, cultures of mesenteric lymph nodes were positive for enteric bacteria. when a non-pathogenic microorganism, serratia marcescens, was established in the intestinal tract by administering it to mice in their drinking water, it, too, was recovered from the mesenteric lymph nodes of almost half of the normal mice examined. from these findings it was concluded that bacteria in small numbers were able to pass from the lumen of the unirradiated gut as far as the reg ...195513263483
molecular model of postsynaptic potential.a molecular model of the excitatory postsynaptic membrane is given in terms of two biochemical cycles intimately associated: an acetylcholine cycle and a calcium cycle. the acetylcholine controls the na ionophores while calcium ions control the tk ionophore. the two ionophores are spatially separated but interact in such a way that the variation in k conductance precedes that in na conductance. digital simulation shows that our model accounts quantitatively for both the evolution of excitatory p ...19561057167
evaluation of rare earth intensifying screens in cephalometric radiography.accuracy of cephalometric landmark location was determined in 20 pairs of headfilms, measuring differences in 18 points in two planes of each, using five independent observers. each pair had one film taken with a conventional (calcium tungstate) intensifying screen system and one taken with a rare earth system. statistically significant differences in accuracy were found in only six of the 36 measurements. three of the differences favored the accuracy of the rare earth system (pogonion y, s pogo ...19562180348
studies on the biosynthesis of extracellular proteases by bacteria. i. serratia marcescens, synthetic and gelatin media.apparently the extracellular protease of s. marcescens is present in protein- or protein derivative-free media only when the conditions favor an abundant growth and bacterial conglomerates are formed, which possibly could be explained by assuming that the proteins of dead bacteria or proteic metabolic products act as inducers of protease formation. dilute solutions of gelatin induce the production of proteolytic activity after a short period of time and its rapid increase before the initial numb ...195613286455
evidence for the incorporation of iron and calcium into the pigments of serratia marcescens. 195613337340
glucose oxidation by serratia marcescens. 195613329922
the influence of sealing pressure on survival of serratia marcescens and micrococcus pyogenes var. aureus desiccated from the frozen state. 195613303139
the density and size of air-borne serratia marcescens. 195613306701
a study of the effect of serum on the immunological reaction of a bacterial endotoxin.contact of a purified endotoxin from shigella fiexneri type z with normal rabbit or human serum results in an alteration of its immunological reaction with antiserum, as determined by precipitation in gel. analysis of fractions of normal serum obtained by zone electrophoresis in starch indicates that the component responsible for altering the immunological reaction of endotoxin is associated with beta globulin. normal serum has no similar effect on the immunological reaction of a variety of othe ...195613306853
prodigiosin synthesis in serratia marcescens: isolation of a pyrrole-containing precursor. 195613315337
dose-effect curves of s-mutation and killing in serratia marcescens. 195613327987
effect of water on the death rate of serratia marcescens. 195613366930
studies on pigmentation of serratia marcescens. ii. characterization of the blue and the combined red pigments of prodigiosin. 195613366950
studies on pigmentation of serratia marcescens. iii. the characteristics of an orange variant. 195613366961
studies on a mechanism providing for genetic transfer in serratia marcescens. 195613376501
studies on bacterial utilization of uronic acids. i. serratia marcescens. 195613398374
[infiltration of serratia marcescens into underground course of the river dobra]. 195613415516
studies on pigmentation of serratia marcescens. i. spectral and paper chromatographic properties of prodigiosin. 195613286239
[dental health habits and attitudes among draftees]. 19571057271
[acute extraalveolar injuries of the deciduous and mixed dentition]. 19571057310
[rationalization of systematic treatment of periodontal diseases]. 19571057314
[wound healing. the reparative process and its problems]. 19571057317
variations in the aerial viability associated with variation in morphology of color variants of serratia marcescens. 195713425531
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