Growth-Inhibitory Substances in Pneumococcus Cultures
This article is an outgrowth of Avery and Morgan's research on bacterial nutrition. It reported on certain autoinhibiting
aspects of the growth of pneumococci and streptococci which were usually the result of either the natural accumulation of
acid products or peroxide in the medium, or through the exhaustion of the nutritive substance.
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1924-02 (February 1924)
Morgan, Hugh J.
Avery, Oswald T.
Periodical: Morgan, Hugh J., and Oswald T. Avery. "Growth-Inhibitory Substances in Pneumococcus Cultures." Journal of Experimental
Medicine 39, 3 (February 1924): 335-346. Article. 12 Images.
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Reproduced from the Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1924, 39, 335-346, by copyright permission of the Rockefeller University
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