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Effect of cold temperatures on the viability of Chromobacterium violaceum

Applied Microbiology

Jan 1, 1969

M H Efthimion, W A Corpe

PMID: 5774755

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The effect of low, nonfreezing temperatures on the viability of five strains of Chromobacterium violaceum was studied. The viability of cultures grown at 30 C was determined after exposure to various diluents held at 0 to 2 C. A culture diluted at its growth temperature served as the co...read more

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Chromobacterium
Cold Temperature
Cryoprotective Effect
Common Cold
Tooth Loss
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Effect of cold temperatures on the viability of Chromobacterium violaceum

Applied Microbiology

Jan 1, 1969

M H Efthimion, W A Corpe

PMID: 5774755

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Abstract

The effect of low, nonfreezing temperatures on the viability of five strains of Chromobacterium violaceum was studied. The viability of cultures grown at 30 C was determined after exposure to various diluents held at 0 to 2 C. A culture diluted at its growth temperature served as the co...read more

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Chromobacterium
Cold Temperature
Cryoprotective Effect
Common Cold
Tooth Loss

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