tears

Michael Kolotila x3887 mkolotila at necc.mass.edu
Wed Nov 6 15:35:38 EST 1996


Hi Jane;
  Me again.  One advantage of Micrococcus over the others mentioned in
another post, that it is rarely (I don't know of any cases) cause human
disease and therefore is easily to work with than Staphylococcus or
Pseudomonas.  Also, the dried Micrococcus doesn't require any culturing.
  Michael

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On Tue, 5 Nov 1996, Jane Allen wrote:

> I would like some suggestions on what bacteria I can use to do an
> experiment on the lysosomal property of tears.  Any other suggestions on
> this experiment would be welcome. 
> Thank you in advance
> Jane
> 
> 




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