volume 140, issue 2, P297-304 1994
DOI: 10.1099/13500872-140-2-297
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Abstract: A mutant of Bacillus subtilis has been isolated by continuous selection in increasing concentrations of H202. It grew with a doubling time of 85 min in minimal medium containing I 5 0 mM H202, whereas the wild-type parent lysed in 100 mM H20,. The mutant was also more resistant to organic peroxides than the wild-type. Further resistance to H202 could not be induced by pretreatment with low concentrations of the oxidant. The mutant synthesized a number of proteins at a much higher rate than the wild-type, incl…

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