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The Salvador E. Luria Papers

Title:
Conversion of Somatic Antigens in Salmonella by Phage Infection Leading to Lysis or Lysogeny pdf (1,932,435 Bytes) ocr (57,720 Bytes)
Conversion of Somatic Antigens in Salmonella by Phage Infection Leading to Lysis or Lysogeny
Description:
Luria and his colleagues worked with Salmonella phages, and found that certain phages caused the bacteria to lose some of their antigen--the specific polysaccharide on the cell surface that stimulates antibodies in the infected person's immune system--and acquire new antigens. They concluded that the phage was either making new enzymes or activating latent enzymes in the bacteria, because cell enzymes are responsible for making the antigen polysaccharides.
Item is a photocopy.
Number of Image Pages:
12 (1,932,435 Bytes)
Date:
1958-02 (February 1958)
Creator:
Uetake, Hisao
Luria, Salvador E.
Burrous, Jeanne W.
Source:
Periodical: Uetake, Hisao, Salvador E. Luria, and Jeanne W. Burrous. "Conversion of Somatic Antigens in Salmonella by Phage Infection Leading to Lysis or Lysogeny." Virology 5, 1 (February 1958): 68-91. Article. 12 Images.
Publisher:
[Academic Press]
Rights:
Reprinted from Virology, vol. 5, Uetake, Hisao, Salvador E. Luria, and Jeanne W. Burrous, "Conversion of Somatic Antigens in Salmonella by Phage Infection Leading to Lysis or Lysogeny," pp. 68-91, Copyright 1958, with permission of Elsevier.
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Subject:
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Genetics, Microbial
Bacteriophages
Lysogeny
Antigens, Bacterial
Exhibit Category:
From Phage to Colicins, 1945-1972
Unique Identifier:
QLBBBR
Document Type:
Articles
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Physical Condition:
Good
Folder: [Selected articles collected by NLM]
Metadata Last Modified Date:
2017-08-07
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