On certain reactions of the tubercle bacillus to sperm oil and its constituents
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Published by [Oliver and Boyd Ltd] in [London] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Tuberculosis -- Microbiology.,
  • Whale oil.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Reprinted from the Journal of pathology and bacteriology, Vol.XX, 1916.

Other titlesJournal of pathology and bacteriology.
Statementby A.H. Miller.
The Physical Object
Paginationp. [395]-407, [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages407
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18707169M

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The book focuses primarily on M. tuberculosis; research performed on other mycobacterial species is not discussed or only briefly mentioned. Nevertheless, at pages, this book is easily read and is a useful reference for clinicians and basic scientists, including students, laboratory supervisors, and senior by: 3. Pathology and 13aeteriolog~) ; Miller, A. H., and Smith, A. R., "On Certain Reactions of the Tubercle Bacillus to Sperm Oil and its Constituents" (Journal oJ Pathology and Bacteriology, x, voh xx.. p. ).Author: Henry A. Ellis. Supplement to ' Tubercle,' a Journal of Diseases of the Chest, May, The Influence of Normal Blood and Certain of its Constituents on the Growth and Viability of the Tubercle Bacillus BY R. DAVIES, B.A.(Camb.)Cited by: 1. With various tubercle-bacillus preparations, complement-fixation, preci­ pitation and allergic reactions in tuberculous guinea-pigs were performed. The following methods were used in this work:­ (1) Complement-fixation wa.s done with an ep serum, using two hmmolytic units of amboceptor and two units of : Max Pinner.

the tubercle bacillus since koch's discovery. BY Ei~IC E. ATKIN, B.A., M.B., Director of the Pathological Department of Brompton Hospital for Consumption. WHEN Robert Koch discovered the tubercle bacillus, just fifty years ago, it was not known that more than one variety of the micro- organism was : Eric E. Atkin. The tubercle bacillus is a small, rod-shaped bacterium that is extremely hardy; it can survive for months in a state of dryness and can also resist the action of mild disinfectants. Infection spreads primarily by the respiratory route directly from an infected person who discharges live bacilli into the air. Although unusually resistant to many control factors, the tubercle bacillus is easily killed by a. strong acids b. disinfectants c. pasteurization d. strong alkalis. A patient's sore throat is caused by a streptococcus. How would it be treated? A man died from an infection caused by a rickettsiae. A. Walking barefoot in a locker room. A blood transfusion. The bite of a tick. D. Breathing in contaminated air. The bite of a tick.

Organic matter in sewage is decomposed by bacteria into carbon dioxide, nitrates, phosphates, sulfate, and other inorganic compounds in a wastewater treatment plant. State the role microorganisms play in normal microbiota. Normal microbiota are microorganisms that are found in and on the human body. bacillus and the ' S colonies contain the virulent variety. After the discovery of the tubercle bacillus and its growth on artificial media, Koch attempted to make use of the bacillus and its products in the treatment of tuberculosis. In , he announced the discovery of what is called old tuberculin (T. A.) which was fol-. So when life gets hard, certain bacteria use endospores to 'take a break.' Endospores are dormant, tough structures made by some bacteria, such as Bacillus. These structures allow the bacteria to survive unfavorable conditions, such as intense heat, . Carbolfuchsin can be used as a simple stain and a negative stain. Looking at the cell of photosynthetic microorganism, you observe that the chloroplast are green in brightfield microscopy and red in fluorescence microscopy.