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DISSIMILATORY NITRATE REDUCTION IN CLOSTRIDIUM TERTIUM.HASAN M; HALL JB.1977; Z. ALLG. MIKROBIOL.; DTSCH.; DA. 1977; VOL. 17; NO 7; PP. 501-506; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

Protoplast regeneration in Clostridium tertium: isolation of derivatives with high-frequency regenerationKNOWLTON, S; FERCHAK, J. D; ALEXANDER, J. K et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 1984, Vol 48, Num 6, pp 1246-1247, issn 0099-2240Article

Fatal Clostridium tertium septicemia in a nonneutropenic patientTAPPE, Dennis; DIRKS, Jürgen; MÜLLER, Rainer et al.The Journal of infection. 2005, Vol 50, Num 1, pp 76-80, issn 0163-4453, 5 p.Article

DAS VORKOMMEN VON NEURAMINIDASE UND ACYLNEURAMINAT-LYASE BEI CLOSTRIDIUM BEIJERINCKII UND CLOSTRIDIUM TERTIUM = LA PRESENCE DE NEURAMINIDASE ET D'ACYLNEURAMINATE LYASE CHEZ C. B. ET C. T.MUELLER HE; WERNER H.1974; ZBL. BAKTERIOL. PARASITENKDE INFEKT.-KRANKH. HYG., 1, A; DTSCH.; DA. 1974; VOL. 229; NO 1; PP. 134-140; ABS. ANGL.; BIBL. 1P. 1/2Article

GROWTH OF CLOSTRIDIUM TERTIUM AND CLOSTRIDIUM SEPTICUM IN CHEMICALLY DEFINED MEDIAHASAN SM; HALL JB.1976; APPL. ENVIRONMENT. MICROBIOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 31; NO 3; PP. 442-443; BIBL. 2 REF.Article

Clostridium tertium: 3 case reportsLEEGAARD, Truls M; SANDVEN, Per; GAUSTAD, Peter et al.Scandinavian journal of infectious diseases. 2005, Vol 37, Num 3, pp 230-232, issn 0036-5548, 3 p.Article

Polymicrobial septic arthritis due to Clostridium species : Case report and reviewGREDLEIN, C. M; SILVERMAN, M. L; DOWNEY, M. S et al.Clinical infectious diseases. 2000, Vol 30, Num 3, pp 590-594, issn 1058-4838Article

Pancréatite aiguë compliquée d'une septicémie à Clostridium tertium = Acute pancreatitis complicated by Clostridium tertium septicaemiaSEVERIN, Armelle; PAULET, Rémi; BERTH, Anne et al.La Presse médicale (1983). 2005, Vol 34, Num 6, pp 446-447, issn 0755-4982, 2 p.Article

Aerotolerant Clostridium tertium brain abscess following a lawn dart injuryLEW, J. F; WIEDERMANN, B. L; SNEED, J et al.Journal of clinical microbiology (Print). 1990, Vol 28, Num 9, pp 2127-2129, issn 0095-1137, 3 p.Article

Significance of Clostridium tertium bacteremia in neutropenic and nonneutropenic patients : Review of 32 casesMILLER, Debra L; BRAZER, Scott; MURDOCH, David et al.Clinical infectious diseases. 2001, Vol 32, Num 6, pp 975-978, issn 1058-4838Article

Clostridium tertium bacteremia : 2 cases and reviewGOSBELL, I. B; JOHNSON, C. G; NEWTON, P. J et al.Pathology (Sydney). 1996, Vol 28, Num 1, pp 70-73, issn 0031-3025Article

Clostridium tertium septicemia in patients with neutropeniaSPEIRS, G; WARREN, R. E; RAMPLING, A et al.The Journal of infectious diseases. 1988, Vol 158, Num 6, pp 1336-1340, issn 0022-1899Article

Neurotropenic enterocolitis associated with Clostridrium tertiumCOLEMAN, N; SPEIRS, G; KHAN, J et al.Journal of clinical pathology. 1993, Vol 46, Num 2, pp 180-183, issn 0021-9746Article

IDENTIFIZIERUNG UND MEDIZINISCHE BEDEUTUNG VON 8 AUS PATHOLOGISCHEN MATERIAL ISOLIERTEN CLOSTRIDIUM-AARTEN = IDENTIFICATION ET IMPORTANCE MEDICALE DE HUIT ESPECES DE CL. ISOLEES DE MATERIEL PATHOLOGIQUEWERNER H; RINTELEN G; LOHNER C et al.1973; ZBL. BAKTERIOL. PARASITENKDE INFEKT.-KRANKH. HYG., 1, A; DTSCH.; DA. 1973; VOL. 224; NO 2; PP. 220-226; ABS. ANGL.; BIBL. 8REF.Serial Issue

Clostridium tertium meningitis as the presenting sign of a meningocele in a twelve-year-old childKOURTIS, A. P; WEINER, R; BELSON, K et al.The Pediatric infectious disease journal. 1997, Vol 16, Num 5, pp 527-529, issn 0891-3668Article

Actions of three clostridial IgA proteases on distinct forms of immunoglobulin A moleculesHASHIM, G. H; HASSAN, H.Immunology (Oxford). 1991, Vol 73, Num 2, pp 235-238, issn 0019-2805, 4 p.Article

SPONTANEOUS BACTERIAL PERITONITIS DUE TO CLOSTRIDIUM TERTIUMBUTLER T; PITT S.1982; GASTROENTEROLOGY; ISSN 0016-5085; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 82; NO 1; PP. 133-134; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

Emergence of clostridium tertium as a pathogen in neutropenic patientsTHALER, M; GILL, V; PIZZO, P. A et al.The American journal of medicine. 1986, Vol 81, Num 4, pp 596-600, issn 0002-9343Article

12β-dehydrogenation of bile acids by Clostridium paraputrificum, C. tertium, and C. difficile and epimerization at carbon-12 of deoxycholic acid by cocultivation with 12α-dehydrogenating Eubacterium lentumEDENHARDER, R; SCHNEIDER, J.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 1985, Vol 49, Num 4, pp 964-968, issn 0099-2240Article

Fatal case of brain abscess caused by rooster peckingBERKOWITZ, F. E; JACOBS, D. W. C.The Pediatric infectious disease journal. 1987, Vol 6, Num 10, pp 941-942, issn 0891-3668Article

Septicemia in neutropenic patients infected with Clostridium tertium resistant to cefepime and other expanded-spectrum cephalosporinsSTEYAERT, S; PELEMAN, R; VANEECHOUTTE, M et al.Journal of clinical microbiology (Print). 1999, Vol 37, Num 11, pp 3778-3779, issn 0095-1137Article

Isolation and characterization of an active mannanase-producing anaerobic bacterium, Clostridium tertium KT-5A, from lotus soilKATAOKA, N; TOKIWA, Y.Journal of applied microbiology (Print). 1998, Vol 84, Num 3, pp 357-367, issn 1364-5072Article

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