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Lima,Cytoplasmic membrane dissolution at high pH in gram-negatives,Reun. An. Soc. Port. M. ,abs. 41 (1978). M. Parente and M. T. Silva, Ultrastructural study of the autolysis of Pseudaronas fluorescens induced by osmotic shock,Reun. An. Soc. Port. M. E. ,abs. 43 (1981). P. Cabral and M. T. Silva,Ultrastructural effects of Dcx:line on several gram-negative phytopathogenic bacteria, Reun. An. Soc. Port. M. ,abs 47 (1981). Petitprez and J. C. Derieux,Mise en evidence des polysaccharides sur quelques types de bacteries, J.
Leprae the symmetry is due to the increased density and thickness of the inner layer that equals that of the outer layer (Fig. As expec- 22 -61 62 Fig. 61. Fixation as in Fig. Fran A. Santana and M. T. Silva 90. Fig. 62. Same sample as in Fig. Frorn A. Santana and M. T. Silva 90. sitive in~. leprae membrane and negative in the rrembranes of the gram-negatives. Thiery and PTA staining of damaged bacterial membranes As discussed,the lead-asymmetric membrane profiles of normal bacteria change to a syrrmetric profile when the bacteria are damaged by several mechanisms.
132:83 (1973). 35 84. W. Fischer,Glycerophosphoglycolipids presumptive biosynthetic precursors of lipoteichoic acids, in "Chemistry and biological activities of bacterial surface amphiphiles" , G. D. Shockman and A. J. Wicken,eds. ,Acad. Press,New York pg. 209 (1981). 85. E. B. Briles and A. A choline-containing lipoteichoic acid,J. BioI. Chem. ,248: 6394 (1973). 86. P. Owen and M. R. J. Salton,A succinylated mannan in the membrane system of M1crococcus lysodeikticus,B. B. Res. ,63:875 (1975).