TitleAbstractYear(sorted descending)
antigenic complex of shigella paradysenteriae, boyd type p274. 194616561065
the mannitol negative shigella group. 194616561085
additional shigella paradysenteriae serotype. 194616561096
hydrogen sulfide formation by shigella alkalescens. 194616561144
the serological relationship between erwinia tracheiphila and species of shigella. 194616561192
urea decomposition as a means of differentiating proteus and paracolon cultures from each other and from salmonella and shigella types. 194616561200
the increase of bacteriophage in vivo during experimental infections with shigella paradysenteriae, flexner, in mice. 194516560915
biochemical variants of shigella alkalescens types i and ii. 194516560978
concerted antibiotic effect of penicillin, methionine, threonine and methionine sulfoxide upon brucella, eberthella, salmonella, and shigella.penicillin susceptibility of highly refractory gramnegative organisms may be greatly enhanced upon addition of methionine, threonine and methionine sulfoxide. the action of amino acids appears to be synergistic rather than additive. methionine is essential for the enhancement. threonine and methionine sulfoxide facilitate the effect of methionine following a reciprocal quantitative relationship.194517802428
distribution of shigella in india as determined by spot agglutination with absorbed sera. 194518016276
studies on the flexner group of dysentery bacilli : i. the specific antigens of shigella paradysenteriae (flexner).1. methods for the isolation of the specific antigens of types v, w, z, and newcastle shigella paradysenteriae are given. 2. the physical, chemical, toxic, and immunological properties of these substances are described.194519871460
studies on the flexner group of dysentery bacilli : ii. the chemical degradation of the specific antigen of type z shigella paradysenteriae (flexner).the chemical and enzymatic dissociation of the specific antigen of type z shigella paradysenteriae has been studied. the chemical, toxic, and serological properties of the products of degradation have been investigated. the nature of the toxic component has been discussed.194519871461
studies on the flexner group of dysentery bacilli : iii. antibody response in man following the administration of the specific antigen of type v shigella paradysenteriae (flexner).1. volunteers have been immunized with the purified specific antigen of type v shigella paradysenteriae (flexner). the subjects developed a high titer of bacterial agglutinins and mouse-protective antibodies. the agglutinin titer fell moderately after a period of 6 months. the subjects responded fairly well to a small recall dose of the antigen. 2. two individuals from a group of 10 injected with the specific polysaccharide obtained from type v organisms responded with an increase in bacterial a ...194519871462
mechanism of the augmenting action of mineral oil on antibody production : tissue reactions and antibody response to dysentery vaccine in saline, and in saline-lanolin-mineral oil emulsion.a comparative study was made in rabbits of antibody production and tissue changes following the injection into the foot pads, of saline in falba and mineral oil emulsion, of killed cells of shigella paradysenteriae flexner in saline, and of killed cells of shigella paradysenteriae in saline in falba-mineral oil emulsion. it was found that antibody production was greatly prolonged by the emulsification in oil. while with antigen in saline the serum titers began to fall 9 days after injection and ...194519871505
[the immunizing properties of the phago-resistent strains of shigella dysenteriae]. 194521027462
antigens of shigella sonnei. 194521003541
the type-specificity of immune protection against shigella paradysenteriae (flexner). 194521003545
the antigenicity of shigella paradysenteriae (flexner) in saline-in-mineral-oil emulsion. 194521004019
relationship between precipitative and protective anti-bodies of type iii shigella paradysenteriae (flexner) immune serum. 194521004030
typing sera for the genus shigella. 194521004173
a study of shigella by means of bacteriophage. 194521005127
shigella equirulis infection in california. 194521005490
distribution of shigella in india as determined by spot agglutination with absorbed sera. 194521006721
the importance of paracolon organisms with salmonella and shigella antigens. 194521007049
active immunization of children with shigella vaccines. 194521021615
an outbreak of shigella newcastle dysentery. 194418746833
isolation of shigella paradysenteriae type p288 of boyd from a case of acute diarrhea. 194418016092
antibody response in man to injection of the specific antigen of type v shigella paradysenteriae. 194417772139
raw hen egg white and the role of iron in growth inhibition of shigella dysenteriae, staphylococcus aureus, escherichia coli and saccharomyces cerevisiae. 194417783793
an arabinose-fermenting bacterium of the lactose-negative, mannitol-negative shigella group. 194416560761
the formation of trimethylamine from choline as a characteristic of shigella alkalescens. 194416560779
species differentiation within the genus shigella by test for reduction of trimethylamine oxide. 194416560808
sucrose fermentation by shigella alkalescens. 194416560859
further studies on the eijkman reactions of shigella cultures. 194316560672
a primary division of the genus shigella based on the trimethylamine test. 194316560673
the multiplication of bacteriophage in vivo and its protective effect against an experimental infection with shigella dysenteriae.1. anti-shiga bacteriophage injected into the general circulation can multiply in the brain of mice infected intracerebrally with shigella dysenteriae. 2. under proper conditions, the injection of active bacteriophage into the general circulation can protect mice against an otherwise fatal intracerebral infection with shigella dysenteriae. 3. the protection so induced appears to depend upon the early establishment of a high bacteriophage level in the infected animal.194319871319
some factors affecting the toxicity of cultures of shigella dysenteriae. 194216578056
ants as probable agents in the spread of shigella infections. 194217840473
study of atypical enteric organisms of the shigella group. 194218015593
the genus shigella: (dysentery bacilli and allied species). 194216350076
comparative efficiency of plating media for the isolation of shigella dysenteriae. 194118015418
nutritional cytopenia in monkeys receiving the goldberger diet.experiments are reported upon young rhesus monkeys which were given a diet essentially the same as the goldberger black tongue-producing diet, supplemented in various ways. those receiving the unsupplemented diet developed the syndrome characterized by leucopenia, anemia, gingivitis, diarrhea, and death, which has been previously described in monkeys receiving our diet of refined foodstuffs. an animal receiving the goldberger diet supplemented with ascorbic acid and liver extract exhibited norma ...194019871037
the specificity of the agglutinin reaction for shigella dysenteriae: ii. agglutinin absorption relationships between shigella dysenteriae and escherichia coli. 193916560187
the cultural and antigenic properties of shigella sonnei. 193916560207
factors limiting bacterial growth: v. fractional sedimentation of shigella. 193916560265
fermentative variability of shigella paradysenteriae, sonne. 193616559888
studies in microbic dissociation: ii. changes in the biological characters of shigella paradysenteriae during dissociation and partial reversion. 193516559812
relationship of shigella alkalescens to other members of the shigella group. 193418013950
bacteriological and antigenic analysis of shigella paradysenteriae sonne isolated from 9 cases. 193218013462
studies on rough and smooth variants of shigella equirulis (b. nephritidis-equi). 193216559587
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