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Behavior of 52 bacterial strains towards dextran


, : Behavior of 52 bacterial strains towards dextran. Compt Rend Seances Soc Biol [paris] 159(8/9): 1757-1760

Certain bacterial strains ferment dextran. The sensitivity of dextran + strains to antibiotics is different from that of dextran - strains (but not to the same antibiotics). There is a preparatory or synergistic effect of dextran in certain cases on the sensitivity to antibiotics (Escherichia coli and colimycln or polymyxin). There is a sensitivity decrease by dextran action (decrease in sensitivity of Proteus to framycetln, neomycin, and kanamycin).

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