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specificity of aeromonas aminopeptidase toward amino acid amides and dipeptides. 19725010066
bovine abortion associated with aeromonas hydrophila. 19725014883
the reaction of anopheles annulipes larvae to infection by aeromonas punctata. 19725014911
morphological and biochemical studies of 27 strains belonging to the genus aeromonas isolated from clinical sources. 19725032217
aeromonas hydrophila septicemia. 19725033242
aeromonas-induced deaths among fish and reptiles in an eutrophic inland lake. 19725056185
aeromonas aminopeptidase. improved isolation and some physical properties. 19715102149
furunculosis in the redspot salmon (oncorhynchus rhodurus) and other salmonids in holding tanks. 19715104357
[studies on biodegradation of synthetic detergents by microorganisms]. 19715105093
[transferable resistance factors in aeromonas salmonicida]. 19715129958
[study of the antigenic properties of aeromonas punctata strains]. 19715140664
[the ultrastructure of aeromonas punctata bacteria]. 19715152580
separation of two hemolysins from aeromonas hydrophila by isoelectric focusing.two hemolytic proteins (hemolysin i and ii) with isoelectric points of 5.5 and 4.3 were purified by isoelectric focusing from the culture supernatant fluid of aeromonas hydrophila. the purified hemolysins were unstable after dialysis and upon heating at 37 c and were inactivated by proteolytic enzymes. the two hemolysins were lethal for mice in a dose of 10 mug (hemolysin i) and 3 mug (hemolysin ii) and showed similar hemolytic spectra on red cells of different species. both were also cytotoxic ...19715154892
[blood changes in the carp following infection with aeromonas punctata]. 19715158662
[an epidemic which occurred among fresh-water fish. bacteriological study]. 19715162005
anomalous zones of colistin activity with isolates of aeromonas and proteus. 19715163374
[biological tests in carp erysipelas]. 19715166698
[importance of aeromonas hydrophila as a disease vector of man. (report on a wound infection due to aeromonas hydrophila)]. 19715169536
[experience in controlling carp erysepelas]. 19715170270
rubella, a viral fish disease. 19655220178
etiology of infectious carp dropsy. 19655220598
fatal infection with aeromonas hydrophila in a patient with acute myelogenous leukemia. 19675230032
bacteremia and osteomyelitis due to aeromon as hydrophila. a complication during the treatment of acute leukemia. 19685247027
aeromonas species isolates. 19705278131
the purification and some properties of two aeromonas proteinases. 19715290403
bacteriological and clinical studies in infantile diarrhoea: ii. doubtful pathogens: enterobacteriaceae, pseudomonas, alcaligens and aeromonas. 19665299360
[on the occurrence of an enzyme which dehydrogenates butanediol in bacteria of the enterobacteriaceae family and its significance for the toxonomy of the genus shigella]. 19645319127
purification and characterization of the beta-galactosidase of aeromonas formicans.rohlfing, s. r. (western reserve university, cleveland, ohio), and i. p. crawford. purification and characterization of the beta-galactosidase of aeromonas formicans. j. bacteriol. 91:1085-1097. 1966.-the beta-galactosidase of aeromonas formicans was purified by diethylaminoethyl cellulose chromatography and gel filtration on sephadex g-200. the properties of the enzyme molecule were compared with purified beta-galactosidase from escherichia coli. the sedimentation coefficients and electrophoret ...19665326700
transmission of the r factor by conjugation from a naturally-isolated, multiple drug-resistant strain of vibrio eltor to shigella and salmonella. 19695350505
[on the capability of the members of the genus aeromonas to use amino acids as sole source of carbon]. 19695386246
[infrasubspecific taxonomy of aeromonas hydrophila (chester 1901) stanier 1943]. 19695386247
[aeromonas hydrophila subsp. proteolytica (merkel et al. 1964) comb. nov]. 19695386248
[on the taxonomy of aeromonas salmonicida subsp. achromogenes (smith 1963) schubert 1967 and aeromonas salmonicida subsp. masoucida kimura 1969]. 19695386249
[acute enteritis caused by aeromonas hydrophila]. 19705410750
serological identities of proteases and alkaline phosphatases of the so-called nonagglutinable (nag) vibrios and those of vibrio cholerae. 19705415046
regulation of proteolytic enzyme production by aeromonas proteolytica. i. extracellular endopeptidase. 19705415964
regulation of proteolytic enzyme production by aeromonas proteolytica. ii. extracellular aminopeptidase. 19705415965
[bacterial nitrate reductases. v. induction of the biosynthesis of enzyme a by means of azide]. 19705428607
some physical characteristics of a proteinase from aeromonas proteolytica. 19705442824
[bacterial nitrate reductases. iv. regulation of the biosynthesis and activity of enzyme b]. 19705448505
aeromonas liquefaciens in the giant african snail, achantina fulica. 19705501200
[studies on the reproduction rate of aeromonads in fish cadavers]. 19705528592
isolation of shigellae. 8. comparison of xylose lysine deoxycholate agar, hektoen enteric agar, salmonella-shigella agar, and eosin methylene blue agar with stool specimens.two enrichment broths and four plating media were compared for efficiency of detection of enteric pathogens from 1,597 stool specimens. of 170 salmonellae isolated from the composite of all methods, direct streaking yielded but 54%, whereas enrichment in gram-negative broth found 87% and selenite-f broth 97%. by contrast, gram-negative broth produced 100% of the 17 shigellae, selenite-f broth but 77%, and direct streaking only 59%. thus, enrichment methods produced almost twice the number of bot ...19715540672
amino acid requirements of aeromonas.four of the 12 cultures of aeromonas hydrophila, 5 of the 10 a. shigelloides, and 9 of the 10 a. salmonicida that were studied required arginine and lysine, among other amino acids, for their growth.19715544301
amino acid requirements of aeromonas. 19715549708
interactions between methicillin and other penicillins in sensitivity tests of aeromonas liquefaciens. 19715576825
aeromonas hydrophila s. liquefaciens isolated from tonsillitis in man. report of a case. 19675584518
[studies on aeromonas infection in cold-blooded animals]. 19675597723
[the systematics of aeromonads]. 19675597726
[the pathogenicity of aeromonads for man and animals]. 19675597727
[utilization of heterotrophic carbon dioxide assimilation for the study of the bacteriostatic properties of fish serum]. 19675600050
the natural relationships of aeromonas formicans. 19675602475
[experimental studies of the important factors in the mass multiplication of aeromonads in sewage]. 19675603341
[the intestinal flora of frogs in its dependence from the habitat]. 19675603342
[studies on the o antigens of the plesiomonads]. 19675603346
[a case of aeromonas enteritis]. 19675611877
[the fate of aeromonads in filter plants, sludge digesion towers and in soil]. 19675615067
[experimental study of infections with different septicemia-producing organisms in colonies of bees]. 19675627865
the genus aeromonas in human bacteriology report of 30 cases and review of the literature. 19685635458
properties of bacteria isolated from deep-sea sediments.thirty-eight isolates were subjected to taxonomic analysis by computer. of the 38 isolates, 31 were from sediment samples collected at depths from 9,400 to 10,400 meters in the philippine and marianas trenches of the pacific ocean, and 7 cultures were from seawater samples collected at various depths from surface to 4,000 meters and from several locations in the pacific ocean. a total of 116 characteristics were determined for each isolate, coded, and transferred to punch cards. similarity value ...19685636819
the pathogenicity of aeromonas salmonicida (griffin) in sea and brackish waters. 19685640232
effect of gamma irradiation on the microflora of freshwater fish. 3. spoilage patterns and extension of refrigerated storage life of yellow perch fillets irradiated to 0.1 and 0.2 megarad.maximal shelf life was determined and microbial flora were compared for irradiated (0.1 and 0.2 mrad) and nonirradiated yellow perch fillets stored at 1 c. shelf life was estimated by organoleptic determinations. microbiological studies included determination of the effects of irradiation on the total aerobic microbial population, lag phase, and rate of growth. genera of organisms isolated from fillets through the course of microbial spoilage were identified, and the proteolytic activity of the ...19685645411
infection due to aeromonas hydrophila. 19685646704
the attachment of bacteria to surfaces and a way of measuring the rate of beat of bacterial flagella. 19685652088
serological studies on proteinases produced by aeromonas salmonicida and other aeromonads. 19685653618
identification of aeromonads in furred animals. 19685690681
[study of the pathogenic properties of various strains of aeromonas and pseudomonas and their effect on healthy carp]. 19685720507
[study of the properties of the toxin of aeromonas punctata]. 19685720508
a contribution to the serology of aeromonas shigelloides. 19685745200
observations on the occurrence of aeromonas hydrophila and a. punctata in fish. 19685752919
[contribution to the problem of the disease designated as "morbus maculosus coregonum"]. 19685752920
[enzootic disease of trout, salmo trutta, in the vistula]. 19685757717
purification, properties and mechanism of action of a staphylolytic enzyme produced by aeromonas hydrophila.1. an enzyme produced by aeromonas hydrophila and capable of lysing staphylococcus aureus cells was purified 180-fold by gel filtration and chromatography on columns of ag-50 w resin. 2. physical measurements on the purified enzyme suggest that it is a small basic protein with an isoelectric point between ph9.0 and ph9.5. 3. maximum lytic activity was obtained in 20mm-tris-glycine buffer, ph8.5, at 45 degrees , with no detectable activity in the absence of a nitrogenous base. 4. the enzyme is ac ...19695773751
tryptophanase in diverse bacterial species.the distribution of tryptophanase was studied. the highest observed specific activity, mumoles per minute per milligram (dry weight) cells, is given in parentheses after each species. tryptophanase was inducible and repressible in escherichia coli (.914), paracolobactrum coliforme (.210), proteus vulgaris (.146), aeromonas liquefaciens (.030), photobacterium harveyi (.035), sphaerophorus varius (.021), bacteroides sp. (.048), and corynebacterium acnes (.042). the enzyme was constitutive and nonr ...19695781572
production and catabolite repression of the constitutive polygalacturonic acid trans-eliminase of aeromonas liquefaciens.production of polygalacturonic acid (pga) trans-eliminase was greatly stimulated under conditions of restricted growth of aeromonas liquefaciens. this was accomplished either by substrate restriction in a continuous-feeding culture or by restricting divalent cations in a batch culture, with the use of pga as the sole source of carbon in a chemically defined medium containing inorganic nitrogen. slow feeding of glucose, glycerol, or pga to carbon-limited cultures allowed pga trans-eliminase to be ...19695781573
partial purification and some enzymatic properties of a proteinase from aeromonas proteolytica. 19695787115
extracellular nuclease activity of fish spoilage bacteria, fish pathogens, and related species.the production of extracellular deoxyribonuclease and ribonuclease by 23 marine and 3 dairy strains of pseudomonas putrefaciens, 15 strains of fish-pathogenic fluorescent pseudomonads, 38 strains of fluorescent pseudomonads isolated from haddock, and 34 related organisms was determined by an agar plate method. all strains of p. putrefaciens produced both deoxyribonuclease and ribonuclease. of the other 87 organisms examined, 26.5% produced ribonuclease and 14.5% produced deoxyribonuclease. all o ...19695797936
[taxonomy of the voges-proskauer negative "hydrophila-like" aeromonas]. 19645831680
[taxonomy of anaerogenic aeromonas]. 19645832428
[serologic studies on aeromonas salmonicida]. 19645833568
bacillary necrosis, a disease of larval and juvenile bivalve mollusks. i. etiology and epizootiology.tubiash, haskell s. (u.s. bureau of commercial fisheries, milford, conn.), paul e. chanley, and einar leifson. bacillary necrosis, a disease of larval and juvenile bivalve mollusks. i. etiology and epizootiology. j. bacteriol. 90:1036-1044. 1965.-lethal bacterial infections of a variety of hatchery-spawned bivalve mollusk larvae and juveniles have been studied. the symptoms of the disease and the course of the infection are described. four biotypes and five antigenic types of bacteria, pathogeni ...19655847794
numerical survey of some bacterial taxa.focht, d. d. (iowa state university, ames), and w. r. lockhart. numerical survey of some bacterial taxa. j. bacteriol. 90:1314-1319. 1965.-a numerical analysis was made of 77 properties of each of 43 bacterial strains, representing 25 genera from 8 families in the orders eubacteriales and pseudomonadales. four major groups were found, related to one another at approximately the same level of similarity: (1) a large cluster containing the subgroups (1a) athiorhodaceae-spirillaceae, (1b) xanthomon ...19655848329
[degradation of amino acids in aeromonas]. 19655869290
[aeromonas in human fecal material]. 19655869291
proteolytic activity and general characteristics of a marine bacterium, aeromonas proteolytica sp. n.merkel, joseph r. (fort johnson marine biological laboratory, college of charleston, charleston, s.c.), eugene d. traganza, barid b. mukherjee, travis b. griffin, and j. m. prescott. proteolytic activity and general characteristics of a marine bacterium, aeromonas proteolytica sp. n. j. bacteriol. 87:1227-1233. 1964.-a highly proteolytic bacterial species was isolated from the alimentary canal of the marine borer, limnoria. the morphological and biochemical characteristics of the organism indica ...19645874543
[arginine decarboxylase in aeromonas shigelloides]. 19665909619
classification of enterobacteria based on overall similarity.krieg, r. e. (iowa state university, ames), and w. r. lockhart. classification of enterobacteria based on overall similarity. j. bacteriol. 92:1275-1280. 1966.-a numerical study was made of 53 organisms, representing 12 genera of the family enterobacteriaceae and 4 members of the genus aeromonas. a total of 105 features was determined for each culture. matching coefficients were computed, and the organisms were sorted into phenetic groups by use of the "highest-link" criterion. the genera entero ...19665924265
the clinical significance of aeromonas hydrophila. report of two cases. 19665925443
[general considerations of the problem of the etiology of infectious dropsy of carp]. 19665963318
direct detection of proteolytic enzymes that have been separated by zone electrophoresis. 19665969577
[numerical taxonomy of vibrios and of certain comparable bacteria. i. taxometric method and material used]. 19665970794
[numerical taxonomy of vibrios and various comparable bacteria. ii. correlation between phenotypic similarities and dna base compositions]. 19665982748
[study of flagellation in aeromonas punctata]. 19666002909
[sensitivity of vibrio parahaemolyticus to chemotherapeutic agents]. 19666005864
[transmission, by conjugation, of multiple drug-resistance from shigella to aeromonas and non-agglutinable vibrio]. 19666005865
isolation of an anaerogenic bacterium resembling aeromonas salmonicida in spawning lake trouts. 19666007060
precipitin and agglutinin reactions of aeromonads isolated from fish and other sources. 19666007061
electron microscopy of the lysis of staphylococcus aureus cell walls by aeromonas lytic factor.isolated and purified cell walls of staphylococcus aureus were treated with a purified fraction of the culture supernatant fluid of a species of aeromonas. the course of lysis of the cell walls was followed over a period of time by examination of samples under an electron microscope. the undifferentiated cell wall was rapidly digested, but the equatorial rings were more resistant. the undifferentiated cell wall became a very thin sheet before completely dissolving, leaving a series of equatorial ...19676025309
lysis of staphylococcus aureus by culture supernatant fluids of a species of aeromonas. 19676025424
morphological and biochemical characteristics of aeromonas punctata (hydrophila, liquefaciens) isolated from human sources.the isolation of aeromonas punctata (hydrophila, liquefaciens) from feces, throat, and sputum cultures is presented as further evidence that aeromonads are found in man. morphological and biochemical studies of these strains indicate that the chief differences between the aeromonads and physiologically similar members of the enterobacteriaceae are found in the polar arrangement of the flagella and in the production of oxidase by the former. the oxidase test should be performed on all paracolon-l ...19676029837
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