Inhibition of respiration of Escherichia coli by thioglycerol.
Anaerobic growth on glucose significantly protected Escherichia coli from growth inhibition by thioglycerol. Methionine and anaerobiosis completely overcame growth inhibition by 2 to 90 mM thioglycerol. The respiration of aerobically growing cells was partially inhibited by 20 to 90 mM thioglycerol
DOI identifier: 10.1128/aac.24.6.868
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