Bacterial cell surface techniques edited by ian hancock and ian poxton chichester west sussex new york wiley c1988 book print where to find it unc libraries health sciences library books call number qw 51 b1312 1988 status available science library annex . This text reference presents to cell surface researchers the latest findings on the chemistry and immunochemistry of bacterial cell walls and is the first book to provide details of methods available for the preparation of cell walls and wall components and for their characterization and analysis. Bacterial cell surface techniques is the first complete practical text on the chemistry and immunochemistry of bacterial cell walls it provides details of methods available for the preparation of read more. At low surface area to volume ratios the diffusion of nutrients and waste products across the bacterial cell membrane limits the rate at which microbial metabolism can occur making the cell less . For example in the fibre fractionation of cells a physical method is employed to release bound cells3 initially bacterial cells are isolated by binding to fibres derivatized with ligands that bind to cell surface molecules
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