International Review of Cytology, Vol. 5 by G.H. Bourne, J.F. Danielli (Eds.)

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2 showed debris with a very occasional cell wall fragment which had apparently resisted lysis. There was no evidence for a lysozyme-resistant framework, and Salton suggested that the main action was a depolymerization of the whole cell wall structure. Later Salton (1954) , working with M. Zysodeikticus and two other lysozymesensitive bacteria, Sarcina lutea and B . megaterium, reported that when their cell walls were dissolved by lysozyme the major components found in the digests possessed molecular weights of the order of 10,000-20,000.

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