1887

Abstract

SUMMARY: The effects of various reagents in the mordanting and staining of bacterial cell walls are described. The cell walls of Gram-positive bacteria were found to be much more readily stainable than those of Gram-negative organisms. In this and other respects, apart from the Gram reaction resembled a Gram-positive species; some of the methods described provided an excellent illustration of its Bacillus-like morphology.

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1956-12-01
2020-11-30
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