Report of the Pellagra Commission of the State of Illinois, November, 1911

Report of the Pellagra Commission of the State of Illinois, November, 1911

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...100 percent gas in the closed arm; odor of butyric acid Litmus milk Coagulation; gas bubbles through the clot; acid reaction Sugar-free broth, containing coagulated egg-white.... 5 percent gas in the closed arm; no digestion of the albumen. The Gram-stained sediments of the fermentation-tube cultures were de scribed as follows: Dextrose broth (inoculated with 0.25cc. Suspension No. 1): Majority of the bacteria are Gram-positive diplococci; there are also large Grampositive rods resembling B. welchii; and a few Gram-negative rods resembling B. coli. Levulose broth (inoculated with 0.25cc. Suspension No. 1): Sediment contains about equal numbers of Gram-positive diplococci and Gram-negative rods of the B. coli type; there are many large Gram-positive rods resembling B. welchii. Lactose broth (inoculated with 0.25cc. Suspension No. 1): Majority of the bacteria are Gram-positive diplococci; there are numerous Gram-negative rods resembling B. coli and a few large Gram-positive rods resembling B. welchii. Saccharose broth (inoculated with 0.25cc. Suspension No. 1): Sediment appears the same as that of the lactose broth above. Litmus milk (inoculated with 0.25cc. Suspension No. 1): Majority of the bacteria are Gram-positive cocci; there are many irregular branches rods resembling B. bifidus and some Gram-negative rods of the B. coli type. Dextrose broth (inoculated with 0.50cc. Suspension No. 5): There are about equal numbers of Gram-positive diplococci and Gram-negative rods resembling B. coli; also numerous large Gram-positive rods resembling B. welchii. Levulose broth (inoculated with 0.50cc. Suspension No. 5): Majority of the bacteria are Gram-positive rods resembling B. welchii; there are some...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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