Review of "Penicillin: A Paradigm for Biotechnology"
rmateles at candida.com
Wed Feb 2 20:27:29 EST 2000
If you'd e-mail me your snail mail address, I'd be glad to send you a
copy (free) so you can become better informed about the subject. You
obviously have a lot to learn!
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Uncle Al <UncleAl0 at hate.spam.net> wrote in message
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> > "R. I. Mateles" wrote:
> > A reveiw of this book appeared in "Microbiology Today," the
> > quarterly magqazine of the Society for General Microbiology.
> > The reviewer wrote, in part, "These fascinating papers are retained
> > and two further chapters included bringing the penicillin
> > up-to-date. This text should be essential reading for both students
> > and established scientists with an interest in industrial
> > microbiology."
> Sure. right. I'm gonna go out and put down some $ for the book.
> The British made penicillin in bedpans (lots and lots of bedpans), the
> Americans used vats. Cottage industry vs industrialization. Is that
> An American janitor solved the problem of properly dosing Penicillium
> culture is phenylacetic acid to make penicillin-G. He was so
> goddamned pisised off about cleaning up after chemists and their trial
> time-release derivatines of phenylaceitc acid... (which smells like
> cat piss). Fascinating.
> Uncle Al
> (Toxic URLs! Unsafe for children and most mammals)
> "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?" The Net!
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