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Conditions and reactions defining dye bacteriostasis

Stearn, Esther Wagner and Stearn, Allen E. (1926) Conditions and reactions defining dye bacteriostasis. Journal of Bacteriology, 11 (5). pp. 345-357. ISSN 0021-9193. PMCID PMC374872.

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The continued study of bacterial cells from the point of view which assumes that they behave as conjugated proteins (Stearn and Stearn, 1924a and b) has led to an intensive study of the action of both basic and acid dyes in their bacteriostatic and staining reactions.

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Additional Information:© 1926 the Society of American Bacteriologists. Received for publication April 17, 1925. In conclusion it is a pleasure to acknowledge the suggestions of Dr. B.F. Sturdivant, Director of the Laboratories of the Pasadena Hospital, whose continued interest has been a source of inspiration.
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