Matthew J. Gianni
gianni at chaos.dominican.edu
Mon Apr 10 23:10:31 EST 1995
Excuse me if this turns out to be the wrong kind of question for this
group, but I've been studying a little bit about tuberculosis, and I'm
not sure what is meant by the classification of mycobacterium. What are
the distigushing features of a mycobacterium that set it apart from
other forms of bacteria? And what, if anything, does it have in common
TIA for anything that may shed some light on the subject! :)
Matthew J. Gianni <gianni at chaos.dominican.edu>
Organic chemistry is the chemistry of carbon compounds.
Biochemistry is the study of carbon compounds that crawl.
-- Mike Adams
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