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Abstract

Summary: It was found that a mutant strain of , able to grow dispersed in liquid media, oxidized the cytoplasmic lipids and proteins of . Cell walls and nucleic acids of were not oxidized, and the acid soluble fraction was only slightly oxidized. It was also observed that the cytoplasmic contents of intact cells of were not available for oxidation. Glucose and starch were oxidized by the strain of used.

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