TitleAbstractYear(sorted ascending)
intracisternal granules in endothelial cells of human pathologic glomeruli. 19714994373
[ultrastructure of p. pestis]. 19715087560
[electron microscopic study of pasteurella phages]. 19715087561
[auxotrophic mutants of pasteurella pestis obtained following treatment with n-nitrosomethylurea]. 19715087562
plague antibody response in the mongoose. 19715087996
[detection of pasteurella pestis antigens in the pellets of birds of prey as a method of revealing plague epizootics]. 19715102822
the cure of plague--two viewpoints. 19715108408
immunogenicity of plague vaccines in mice and guinea pigs.the median effective doses (ed(50)) of 28 lots of killed pasteurella pestis strain 195/p vaccine were determined in mice and guinea pigs. mice were injected with vaccine alone, whereas guinea pigs received vaccine suspended in incomplete freund's adjuvant. potency ratios of vaccines were obtained by comparing the ed(50) of the test with that of a reference vaccine. mean potency ratios of 1.82 +/- 0.50 in mice and 3.22 +/- 0.56 in guinea pigs were obtained, and the difference between these means ...19715111306
the role of domestic animals in the epidemiology of plague. i. experimental infection of dogs and cats. 19715115673
the role of domestic animals in the epidemiology of plague. ii. antibody to yersinia pestis in sera of dogs and cats. 19715115674
observations on susceptibility status of rats from different localities in thana district to experimental plague infection and serological studies for detection of foci of infection among domestic rodents. 19715132229
characteristics of a bacteriophage-infected strain of pasteurella pestis isolated from a human case of plague.a pseudolysogenic strain of pasteurella pestis was isolated from a human in vietnam. the culture contained a stable mixture of bacteriophage and phage-sensitive and phage-resistant p. pestis.19715154877
infectivity and virulence of nonpesticinogenic pasteurella pestis.nonpesticinogenic pasteurella pestis, which is also negative for coagulase and fibrinolytic activities and therefore referred to as (pi-c-f)(-), was investigated to determine whether greatly reduced and erratic lethal responses observed in mice and guinea pigs might be due to inability of the inoculum to establish infection and multiply in survivors. immunity of survivors was regarded as an indication of previous infection, and, in the case of guinea pigs infected intradermally, appearance of a ...19715154889
plague meningitis in infants. 19715157931
transmission of a bacteriocinogenic factor in pasteurella pestis. 19715163390
[a new method for the rapid diagnosis of plague in dead rodents]. 19715165365
[strains of the causative agent of plague, devoid of the p+, virulence determinant, and their epizootic role]. 19715167285
[the causes of plague inveteration in its natural foci]. 19715172706
the effect of flea control on yersinia (pasteurella) pestis antibody rates in the california vole, microtus californicus, and its epizootiological implications.the effects of flea control on the prevalence of (pasteurella) pestis antibody rates in the california vole, microtus californicus, were studied in san mateo county, california, usa. in this area, which had shown antibody prevalence rates of 50% or more during epizootics in previous years, continuous flea control measures reduced the antibody rate to virtually zero and held it at that level for 12 months, although a nearby area showed an incidence of 40-80% seropositive voles for 5 months during ...19715316910
[change in the glycogen level in the liver, heart and skeletal muscles of rodents during exposure to plague toxin].three-hours intoxication induced by sublethal doses of autolysate or of fraction ii of pasteurella pestis ev in albino rats, guinea pigs and meriones meridianus nogaiorum heptn. resulted in a decrease of glycogen content in liver and calf muscles. in albino rats which are highly sensitive to plague toxin, this decrease was more significant compared to more resistant guinea pigs. under the action of plague toxin on myocardium of meriones and guinea pigs, glycogen content decreased while in albino ...19715317618
biosynthetic pattern of murine toxins in pasteurella pestis cells and extracts. 19715545872
[some aspects of the central regulation of immunogenesis. i. correlative relationship between the extent of antibody formation and the functional condition of the hypothalamic nuclei]. 19715553622
rapid processing and counting technique for radioactive materials in polyacrylamide gels. 19715556419
effect of ca on the synthesis of deoxyribonucleic acid in virulent and avirulent yersinia.virulent and potentially virulent cells of yersinia (pasteurella) pestis produce virulence or v and w antigens (vw(+)) but remain static at 37 c during aeration in enriched ca(2+)-deficient media containing 0.02 m mg(2+). in this environment, which simulates mammalian intracellular fluid, vw(+) cells possessed a functional cytoplasmic membrane as judged by concentration of (14)c-isoleucine, release of (32)p, and consumption of oxygen at rates comparable to those of dividing cells cultivated with ...197116557947
evidence for molecular heterogeneity of the specific antigen (fraction-1) of pasteurella pestis.fraction-i (f-i) protein, the specific antigen of pasteurella pestis, appears to be a series of molecular aggregates of identical subunits, all of which have serological reactivity with specific f-i antiserum.197116558003
mutations influencing the assimilation of nitrogen by yersinia pestis.cells of 20 isolates of yersinia (pasteurella) pestis exhibited an unusual nutritional requirement which could be fulfilled by glycine or l-threonine. meiotrophic mutants which required neither of these amino acids (gly/thr(+)) were isolated from cultures of all 20 strains at a frequency of 10(-7). wild-type and gly/thr(+) cells of 14 strains failed to utilize l-amino acids or urea (0.01 m) as primary sources of nitrogen and grew slowly in the presence of low concentrations of nh(4) (+) (<== 5 m ...197116558021
molecular deficiencies of human blood coagulation. 19725013049
femorovertebral cerebral angiography in the dog. 19725017864
[somatic polysaccharide-containing antigens of the plague bacterium]. 19725018207
role of the free amino acid pool of the intestine in protein synthesis. 19725019070
susceptibility of rodents to oral plague infection: a mechanism for the persistence of plague in inter-epidemic periods. 19725020998
the role of domestic animals in the epidemiology of plague. 3. experimental infection of swine. 19725023646
properties of chorismate mutase of streptomyces venezuelae. 19725024635
[immune bacteriolysis in plague and the role of cellular-humoral factors in its development]. 19725027034
[determination of anti-hgh antibodies in persons treated with human growth hormone]. 19725030356
dietary sterols: role in larval feeding behaviour of the southwestern cornborer, diatraea grandiosella. 19725036587
[synthesis of erlose (4g-alpha-d-glucosylsucrose) and trisaccharide z (6g-alpha-d-glucosylsucrose) from sucrose by animal liver and kidney extracts]. 19725037359
[experimental preservation of plague bacilli on the surfaces and in the intestinal tract of the red domestic ant (monomorium pharaonis)]. 19725042568
[spatial analysis in dogs following simultaneous ablation of the parietal areas of the cerebral cortex]. 19725048175
serologic and bacteriologic studies on the distribution of plague infection in a wild rodent plague pocket in the san francisco bay area of california. 19725049121
[infections of the eye. microbiology and therapeutic results using gentamycin]. 19725049623
the potential of cervical primary afferents to sprout in the spinal nucleus of v following long term trigeminal denervation. 19725053288
[fv3 (frog virus 3) toxicity for the mouse]. 19725053604
retroperitoneal abscess and septic arthritis of the hip in children: a problem in differential diagnosis. 19725054453
production of bicarbonate by the human stomach. 19725056511
human plague episode in the district of khawlan, yemen. 19725061688
short term changes in plasma corticoids in dairy cattle. 19725062063
regulation of the immune system by synthetic polynucleotides. iv. amplification of proliferation of thymus-influenced lymphocytes. 19725062324
stable reagent for the detection of antibody to the specific fraction i antigen of yersinia pestis.a stable hemagglutinating antigen for detection of fraction i (fr-i) antibody of yersinia pestis (pasteurella pestis) is described. the antigen was prepared by sensitizing tanned, pyruvaldehyde-treated sheep erythrocytes (pat srbc) with fr-i antigen. preliminary standardization by titration of each lot of fr-i was required to minimize the effect of molecular heterogeneity of specific fr-i antigen and to eliminate nonspecific reactions caused by the presence of a minor antigenic contaminant. in t ...19725062977
studies on the glucaric acid pathway in the metabolism of d-glucuronic acid in mammals. iv. fluorometric method for the determination of d-glucaric acid in serum. 19725065229
metabolism of 2-(4-chlorophenyl)thiazol-4-ylacetic acid (fenclozic acid) and related compounds by microorganisms. 19725069772
vi. plague. epidemiology. 19725069999
comparison of the reliability and sensitivity of three serological procedures in detecting antibody to yersinia pestis (pasteurella pestis).three serological procedures, the agar-gel precipitin inhibition, the complement fixation, and the indirect hemagglutination tests, were used to detect and measure antibody to yersinia pestis in the sera from 383 individuals. although all three tests were useful in detecting plague antibody, the most reliable and sensitive test procedure was indirect hemagglutination.19725071650
pyrrolizidine alkaloids: analysis of spasmolytic activity in the guinea-pig ileum. 19725072193
role of drug metabolism in drug research and development: pharmaceutical chemistry aspects. 19725072432
detection of an endotoxin-like substance during human plague bacteremia. 19725082850
[relation between the dose of soluble antigen and the plasmocytic reaction in regional lymph nodes during primary immunization (mathematical model)]. 19725083814
[combined use of interferon and various styrylquinolines in cell cultures and experimental arbovirus infections]. 19725086860
[effect of a few carbon sources on the growth of mycobacterium bovis]. 19724568984
[chloramphenicol inactivation by plague bacteria with episomal resistance to the antibiotic]. 19724569439
[barbiturate tolerance in patients with acute hepatitis]. 19724621705
quantitative organization in the mammillary bodies of adult cat. 19724621896
[heterogenetic antigens of plague and cholera microbes, similar to antigens of human and animal tissues]. 19724623967
specificity, induction, and absorption of pesticin.irradiation of pesticinogenic (pst(+)) cells of yersinia pestis with ultraviolet light resulted in a five- to eightfold increase in titer of intracellular pesticin. extracellular activity in irradiated or control cultures never approached that found within the bacteria. upon chromatography of crude extracts of pst(+) cells on columns of diethylaminoethyl-cellulose, sephadex g200, and calcium hydroxyapatite, fractions were recovered which inhibited the growth of indicator cells of escherichia col ...19724627922
proteins and glycoproteins of the milk fat globule membrane. 19724628369
mutation in shigella flexneri 2a resulting in increased electrophoretic avirulent mutant of shigella flexneri 2a, when grown in broth containing calcium ions, was found to have a three- to fourfold increase in electrophoretic mobility toward the anode when compared to its virulent parent. under these same growth conditions, it was found that the avirulent strain was made more electronegative in the presence of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (edta). edta had no effect on the electrophoretic mobility of the virulent strain. in the absence of added calcium in the g ...19724629253
[study in mice of the protective power of the ev strain of yersinia pestis and of its culture supernatant]. 19724631979
vestibulo-ocular responses in man during sleep. 19724109914
histamine release by inorganic cations from mast cell granules isolated by different procedures. 19724113827
the value of 2,4-bis(n,n'-di(carboxymethyl) aminomethyl) fluorescein as a bone marking dye. 19724117251
[mechanism of accumulation and discharge of a capsular antigen by pasteurella pestis (role of the cell wall)]. 19724118969
cellular reactions against burkitt lymphoma cells. ii. effector cells obtained by allogeneic stimulation in mixed leukocyte cultures. 19724122453
[the gas supply of hydrogen bacteria in submerged culture]. 19724196475
a new simplified sugar medium for fermentation test with plague, pseudotuberculosis and diphtheria organisms. 19724196540
[our experience with pleural biopsic puncture using castelain's needle]. 19724198549
[a micromethod for fractionation and identification of bacterial proteins]. 19724124512
[comparison of some methods of staining the flagella of phytopathogenic bacteria of the genera erwinia and pseudomonas]. 19724134018
nmr evidence for the hydrophobic interaction of local anaesthetics. possible relation to their potency. 19724264476
the effects of a soluble factor and of catecholamines on the activity of adenosine triphosphatase in subcellular fractions of rat brain. 19724265047
the effect of para-chlorophenylalanine on aversion thresholds and reactivity to foot shock. 19724269198
gene transfer in pasteurella pestis harboring the f'cm plasmid of escherichia coli.a strain of pasteurella pestis, harboring the f'cm plasmid from escherichia coli, was able to donate its chromosome to auxotrophic recipient strains of p. pestis. the frequency of gene transfer in p. pestis was approximately 10(-6) per donor cell, 100 times less efficient than gene transfer in pasteurella pseudotuberculosis, but efficient enough to determine entry times for the markers histidine, threonine, and tryptophan and to show linkage to the markers arginine and pigmentation. an attempt t ...19724260562
changes in the basic components of the interscapular brown fat of the rat during development. 19724281492
changes in the basic components of the interscapular brown fat of the rat during development. 19724281492
a comparison of the intestinal absorption, lymph and plasma transport, and tissue uptake of -and -tocopherols in the rat. 19724337563
[isolation and crystallisation of glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase from rabbit liver]. 19724337571
two new herpesviruses from spider monkeys (ateles geoffroyi). 19724338773
[modifications of signal transmission in the feline corpus geniculatum lat. (cgl) following stimulation of the formatio retic. mesenc. (fr)]. 19724340628
methylation of adenine residues in bacteriophage t2 dna containing cytosine in place of 5-hydroxymethylcytosine. 19724340808
cyclic amp formation and thyroid secretion by isolated mouse thyroid lobes. 19724344238
concentrations of idoxuridine in serum, urine, and cerebrospinal fluid of patients with suspected diagnoses of herpesvirus hominis encephalitis.a reproducible microbiologic assay of microgram quantities of idoxuridine (idu) in serum, urine, or cerebrospinal fluid is presented. the antiviral assay is not interfered with by type-specific antibody or interferon. during slow intravenous infusions of idox-uridine (4 mg/min) in patients with suspected diagnoses of herpesvirus hominis encephalitis, the rate of inactivation and/or removal of drug exceeded its administration. during several rapid infusions of idoxuridine (50 mg/min) significant ...19724331799
effects of partial hypothalamic deafferentations on adrenocortical responses. 19724335354
concentration gradient electrophoresis of plasma from patients with hyperbetalipoproteinemia.a modification of the pratt and dangerfield technique of acrylamide gel concentration gradient electrophoresis has been used to study low density lipoproteins from fasting human beings. prestained plasma from normal subjects and from patients with fredrickson's type ii hyperbetalipoproteinemia was electrophoresed in continuous gradient gel columns (approximately 3.5-8%). reproducible low density lipoprotein patterns were obtained, and two major bands of low density lipoproteins as well as trace ...19724335796
[electrophysiologic, histochemical and immunologic correlates in the central mechanism of audiogenic epilepsy]. 19724336346
[effect of antibiotics on the properties of the causative agents of anaerobic infections]. 19724354914
[effect of antibiotics on the properties of the causative agents of anaerobic infections]. 19724354914
acute pneumonia in tropical infections. 19724399843
bacillus subtilis glutamine synthetase. dependence of -glutamyltransferase activity on ionic strength and specific monovalent cations. 19724402143
bacillus subtilis glutamine synthetase. dependence of -glutamyltransferase activity on ionic strength and specific monovalent cations. 19724402143
inhibition of bacterial dna replication by 6-(p-hydroxy-phenylazo)-uracil. 19724402396
intravenously administered doxycycline in urological and surgical infections. 19724402952
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