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SUMMARY

The bacteriocin produced by strain 336 is a thermolabile glycoprotein with a sedimentation constant of 4·0. Activity is dependent on the integrity of the complex and the bacteriocin is inactivated by oxidation. Bacteriocinogeny could not be transmitted to other strains of but was eliminated by 30 μg./ml. acridine orange at pH 7·45. Bacteriocin-resistant mutants of a sensitive strain were readily obtained.

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