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Three spontaneous mutants of Streptococcus gordonii strain Channon were isolated that were deficient in cell-cell aggregation. The mutants had reduced cell-surface hydrophobicity, were impaired in saliva-mediated cell aggregation, and had greatly reduced amounts of ruthenium red stained material...
The adhesion of relatively hydrophilic Lactobacillus casei GR-1 and relatively hydrophobic Lactobacillus fermentum B -54 to HeLa cells was poor, 0.4 adherent lactobacilli per cell. There was no correlation found between adhesion, zeta potential and hydrophobicity. Adhesion of enterococci,...
We examined the possibility that segmented, filamentous bacteria (FBs) in the ileum of mice play a role in host resistance to pathogens by comparing four groups of mice, namely germ-free mice, mice mono-associated with FBs, FB-free mice with a specified pathogen-free (SPF) flora, and FB-positive...
The percentage composition of total skin surface lipids and the free fatty acid and triglyceride fatty acid components of skin surface lipid has been explored in two groups of patients in whom aggressive therapy of acne resulted in a decrease in both sebum excretion rate and population densities...
The effects of a newly developed carbapenem antibiotic, meropenem, on intestinal microflora were investigated in healthy male volunteers. Six volunteers were given intravenously one dose of 500 mg at 12 h intervals for 5 d, and another six volunteers received 1000 mg of meropenem. Faecal samples...
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