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Abstract

Summary: took up inorganic ions from the medium during growth. Their distribution between the cytoplasmic fraction and the envelope varied from almost exclusively cytoplasmic to completely envelope-bound in the order: K, 4·7%; Mg, 32·0%; phosphate, 60·2%; Na, 80.4%; Ca, 96·1%; and Cl, 100% envelope-bound. During the transition from minimum to maximum rate of extracellular enzyme secretion the intracellular levels of the following ions were unchanged at K, 583±54 m; phosphate, 459±40 m; Mg, 56±6 m; and Na 22±4 m.

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1974-10-01
2019-10-21
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