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INHIBITION OF STAPHYLOCOCCAL ENTEROTOXIN B FORMATION BY CELL WALL BLOCKING AGENTS AND OTHER COMPOUNDS
The ezcellent technical assistance of Guy M. Dayhoff is "qcknowledged. ABSTRACT Enterotoxin B formation by Staohvlococcus aureus 56 was inhibited by Tveen 80, oleic acid, sodium deoxycholate, penicillin, D-cycloserine, or bacitracin. Toxin formation by strain 243 was sensitive to oleic acid, sodium deoxycholate, sodium lauryl sulfate, D-cycloserine, or bacitracin. The effect of D-cycloserine was reversed by D-alanine with strain 243 but not with strain S6. Neither penicillin nor bacitracindoi:10.21236/ad0833372 fatcat:q3cucnohyre25c72m34xvs5wjm