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The effect of aromatic iodine compounds on the growth and metabolism of the tubercle bacillus.

Arthur Kenneth Saz

The effect of aromatic iodine compounds on the growth and metabolism of the tubercle bacillus.

by Arthur Kenneth Saz

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Published by n.p. in [n.p .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bacillus tuberculosis.,
  • Iodine -- Physiological effect.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBernheim, Frederick, 1905-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR201.T6 S3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 pts.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL186957M
    LC Control Numbera 44005332
    OCLC/WorldCa34622314

    Full text of "Rational treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis" See other formats. Growth control wells were infected with x 10 4 oocysts / well of absence of the test compounds performed. At the end of the incubation, the wells were washed and fixed by adding μl of 4% formalin in phosphate buffered saline (pH ) per well for 2 : R. William Baker, L. Eric Keeler, Cai Shaopei.

    Strong iodine tincture contains 7% iodine and 5% potassium iodide (KI) dissolved in 95% ethanol; it is more potent but also more irritating than tincture of iodine. Iodine solution contains 2% iodine and % NaI dissolved in aqueous solution; it is used as a nonirritant antiseptic on wounds and abrasions. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

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The effect of aromatic iodine compounds on the growth and metabolism of the tubercle bacillus by Arthur Kenneth Saz Download PDF EPUB FB2

An account of the biochemistry of the tuberCle bacillus would not be complete without reference to the question of enzyme action in tuberculosis. Kendall. Day, and Walker [19] 'found that glycerine broth cultures of tubercle bacilli and also of other acidfast bacilli (such as avian tubercle bacillus and smegma bacillus), produced a soluble lipase ferment.

Fig. - Effect of l hom incubation with iodine compounds on viability of EJChericAia coli Bfr. The infiuence of compounds, at tbe concentratioo of 5 X M, on the survival of stationary phase mieroorganisms irradiated with X-rays, is shown in Fig.

Table l shows the values of the D0 and of the DMF. It may be ingested as ionic iodide in the reduced form, as iodine in the oxidized state, or as iodine in organic combination. Most forms of organic and elemental iodine are reduced to iodide during the processes of digestion and absorption and appear in the plasma as inorganic by: 1.

pounds was compared with that of the B1 and H strains of tubercle bacillus. A comparison was also made of the action of certain aromatic iodine compounds on the oxidative metabolism of these bacteria. EXPERIMENTAL The tubercle bacillus was grown and prepared by the method already described.’.

The thyroid gland plays a central role in the metabolism of iodine. IODINE TRAPPING. Iodine trapping is the first step in the metabolism of iodine.

The process commences with the uptake of iodide from the capillary into the follicular cell of the gland by an active transport system. Iodine Effects on Phenolic Metabolism in Lettuce Plants under Salt Stress.

Iodine, applied as iodate in biofortification programmes (at doses ≤ 80 µM), has been confirmed to improve the foliar biomass, the antioxidant response, and the accumulation of phenol compounds.

Iodine production increased with Roseovarius spp. growth when cultured in Marine Broth with μg ml −1 iodide (I −). When 10 6 CFU/ml Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Bacillus pumilus were exposed to various concentrations of molecular iodine (I 2), the minimum inhibitory concentrations (MICs) were, and μg Cited by: Effect of Phenolic Compounds on the Growth and L-Malic Acid Metabolism of Oenococcus oeni Article in Journal of Biotechnology.

Antiseptics are biocides or products that destroy or inhibit the growth. of microorganisms in or on living tissue (e.g. health care personnel. hand washes and surgical scrubs); and disinfectants are similar but.

generally are products or biocides that are used on inanimate objects. or surfaces. Multiple Choice Questions From Chapters Chapter 7: Multiple Choice.

An organic nutrient essential to an organism’s metabolism that cannot be synthesized itself is termed a/an: a) trace element.

b) micronutrient c) growth factor d) essential nutrient 2. The source of the necessary elements of life is: a) an inorganic environmental reservoir b) the sun. Iodine deficiency was associated with the usually described rise in thyroid weight and MIT/DIT and T 3 /T 4 ratios, even though there was a significant absolute decrease in all iodine compounds.

Despite the iodine deficiency state the absolute concentration of T 4 exceeded that of T by: The iodine bromide molecule (IBr) has a bond length of A° and a dipole moment of D. Calculate the effective charges on the I and Br atoms in IBr in units of electronic charge, e.

(1D = x 10 -3° C m, electronic charge, e= × C) Solution. Co-operative effects of hydrogen peroxide and iodine on yeast species. (a) The enhancement in the inhibition of yeast growth by hydrogen peroxide and iodine used in the mixture.

Six serial dilutions of each culture were plated in each horizontal row. Rhodotorula mucilaginosa was grown in p-hydroxybenzoate-limited chemostats over the dilution rate (D) range to h-1 and growth was adequately described by the Monod theory when maintenance energy requirements were considered.

The p-hydroxy-benzoate affinity constant, K 8, had the relatively high value of mg/l. The yield from p Cited by: Microbial activities in brine, seawater, or estuarine mud are involved in iodine cycle. To investigate the effects of the microbiologically induced iodine on other bacteria in the environment, a total of 13 bacteria that potentially participated in the iodide-oxidizing process were isolated from water or biofilm at a location containing μg ml(-1) by: Iodine and its compounds are used in a variety of food-related applications including nutrient fortification (i.e.

iodized salt), food additives (e.g., dough conditioning and maturing agents), agricultural chemicals (e.g. herbicides and fungicides), animal drugs (e.g. iodine supplements), and sanitizers (e.g. iodophors). metal ions bind to functional groups and inactivate enzymes, stop metabolism.

do not kill spores, but good for vegetative cells. mercury, silver. aldehydes chemically crosslink biomolecules so they cannot function.

research in growth patterns and nutritional requirements of the tubercle bacillus and other acid-fast organisms [j.w. berry] on *free* shipping on qualifying offers. research in growth patterns and nutritional requirements of the tubercle bacillus Author: J.W.

BERRY. The World Health Organization declared tuberculosis a global health emergency, and despite efforts toward eradication, the situation has intensified. Social and operational factors, including the growing AIDS epidemic and increasing drug resistance, have dramatically compounded the tuberculosis crisis.

Tuberculosis and the Tubercle Bacillus, an extension of the. Bacillus thuringiensisis rod shaped gram positive, spore forming bacteria and it produces delta endotoxins called the crystalline proteins at the time of its inactive phase of growth.

At the end of sporulation, after breakdown of the cell wall the crystal is free to the environment (Schnepfet al., ). Bacillus thuringiensis has 34 distinguished. Full text of "A preliminary list of masters theses and doctoral dissertations accepted at Duke University through " See other formats.The author has, in this work, as in others by him, succeeded in summarizing the position on yet another Important aspect of tuberculosis.

Here he has made accessible in convenient form the high-lights of research on chemotherapy in tuberculosis over one hundred years. The articles constitute the Mitchell Lecture for To abstract what is in itself a mighty summary of Cited by: Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb), the causative agent of tuberculosis (TB), is capable of synthesizing the small sulfur compound ergothioneine (EGT).

The physiological role and regulation of EGT biosynthesis in Mtb is unknown. However, mammalian cells deficient in EGT demonstrate augmented oxidative stress and cell death, suggesting that EGT is an Author: Melissa Richard-Greenblatt.