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MATERIALS AND METHODS
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LEAKAGE PROCESS
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1,2-dichloroethane absorbing material acid action of surfactants added added/g yeast Fig addition of surfactant all-or-none effect amount bound amount of surfactant anionic bactericidal beginning of cytolysis benzene bound/g yeast cationic surfactants cause cell constituents cell contents cell membrane cell wall cellular cetyl cetylpyridinium cetylpyridiniumchloride cetyltrimethylammoniumbromide chapter concluded Correlation cytolysis cytolytic dodecylpyridinium dodecylpyridiniumchloride effect of surfactants electrostatic enzymes erythrocytes Escherichia coli experiments factant final yeast concentration g yeast gradual gram of yeast hydrophobic hypophase influence interaction leakage of cell leaks lipid layer lipids lipoprotein loss of viability lost potassium lysis medium membrane proteins microorganisms momentaneous negative charge Nile blue non-viable cells normal yeast permeability barrier phospholipids phosphorus deficient plmol polyphosphate Ponceau Red potassium loss primary action primary effect protoplasts Saccharomyces cerevisiae sodiumcetylsulfate surfactant action surfactant added/g yeast surfactant binding surfactant molecules surfactants act surfactants exert temperature tetradecyl uranyl ions uranylnitrate/g yeast vitro yeast cell surface yeast suspension