Bacteriocines

Bob McLean RM12 at swt.edu
Mon Apr 20 13:06:06 EST 1998


Dear Jaume;

Here is the web address of a site where you can do an online search for
bacteriocins and other topics.  This is the NIH "Grateful Med" program. As a
hint there are many types of bacteriocins.  Colicins are one example which
affect E. coli.

http://igm-01.nlm.nih.gov/index.html

Good luck with your search,

Bob McLean

At 03:51 PM 4/17/98 +0200, you wrote:
>I'm a student interested in bacteriocines. Can anybody tell me information
>about it?
>Some referencies, papers, etc.
>Please, write me at cintet at arrakis.es
>Thank-you.
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Dept. Biology
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