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Abstract

SUMMARY: In a non-growing population of an arginine-requiring auxotroph of , the uptake of [C]arginine and [C]glucose by the whole organisms, and the incorporation of [C]arginine in the acid-soluble fraction and total protein of the organisms, decreased with increasing bacterial concentration in a wide range (0.1–3.0 mg. dry wt. bacteria/ml.). It is concluded that the rate of transport/organism of arginine and glucose decreased with increasing bacterial concentration.

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1965-08-01
2019-10-19
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