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Abstracts from Current Literature

Abstracts from Current Literature Literature Abstracts from Current and Biochemistry; Bacteriology, Pathology Thiourea and the Inhibition of Growth of Fungi. T. S. Danowski and M. Infect. Dis. 82:119 1948. Tager, J. (March-April) of several Thiourea in a varying the in vitro pathogenic suppressed degree growth The of blood or serum minimized this action. Ultrafiltrate of fungi. presence fluid and urine interfered less with the action of the thiourea. serum, spinal notably Thiourea failed to influence the course of torulosis and of induced blastomycosis From the Authors' Summary. by Inhibition the Growth of Fungi Thiourea par¬ of Derivatives, Hydrazine T. ticularly Dithiocarbamyl. M. Tager and S. Danowski, Infect. Dis. 82:126 1948. J. (March-April) thiourea derivatives in vitro Of a series of tested against Cryptococcus hominis, and in the dithiocarbamyl hydrazine thiocarbamyl »hydrazine suppressed growth of serum. inhibited the of presence Dithiocarbamyl hydrazine effectively growth 9 of 15 in mediums with and without added serum. It failed to pathogenic fungi influence the course of and of torulosis induced in mice favorably blastomycosis ; its administration associated with toxic manifestations. was some Thiocarbamyl effective in unstable in solution hydrazine, vitro, was aqueous and highly though to toxic mice. - „ , c h rom the Authors http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of diseases of children American Medical Association

Abstracts from Current Literature

American journal of diseases of children , Volume 79 (1) – Jan 1, 1950

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American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1950 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0096-8994
eISSN
1538-3628
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1950.04040010140018
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Abstract

Literature Abstracts from Current and Biochemistry; Bacteriology, Pathology Thiourea and the Inhibition of Growth of Fungi. T. S. Danowski and M. Infect. Dis. 82:119 1948. Tager, J. (March-April) of several Thiourea in a varying the in vitro pathogenic suppressed degree growth The of blood or serum minimized this action. Ultrafiltrate of fungi. presence fluid and urine interfered less with the action of the thiourea. serum, spinal notably Thiourea failed to influence the course of torulosis and of induced blastomycosis From the Authors' Summary. by Inhibition the Growth of Fungi Thiourea par¬ of Derivatives, Hydrazine T. ticularly Dithiocarbamyl. M. Tager and S. Danowski, Infect. Dis. 82:126 1948. J. (March-April) thiourea derivatives in vitro Of a series of tested against Cryptococcus hominis, and in the dithiocarbamyl hydrazine thiocarbamyl »hydrazine suppressed growth of serum. inhibited the of presence Dithiocarbamyl hydrazine effectively growth 9 of 15 in mediums with and without added serum. It failed to pathogenic fungi influence the course of and of torulosis induced in mice favorably blastomycosis ; its administration associated with toxic manifestations. was some Thiocarbamyl effective in unstable in solution hydrazine, vitro, was aqueous and highly though to toxic mice. - „ , c h rom the Authors

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American journal of diseases of childrenAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jan 1, 1950

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