1. Double-label autoradiography on polyacrylamide gels with 3H and 14C.

    Analytical Biochemistry 76(2):452 (1976) PMID 998985

  2. Carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance of 5-substituted uracils.

    Journal of the American Chemical Society 95(13):4398 (1973) PMID 4708386

  3. Comparative methods for the study of bacterial polysaccharides.

    Journal of Bacteriology 65(4):446 (1953) PMID 13069400 PMCID PMC169549

  4. Chromatographic methods in the study of a polysaccharide.

    Journal of Bacteriology 63(1):129 (1952) PMID 14927556 PMCID PMC169942

  5. The adsorption of manganese by algal polysaccharides.

    Science 114(2964):413 (1951) PMID 14892744

  6. VARIATIONS IN NORMAL AND BRUCELLA-IMMUNE RABBIT SERUM AS DETERMINED BY PAPER-PARTITION CHROMATOGRAPHY.

    Journal of Bacteriology 58(3):307 (1949) PMID 16561787 PMCID PMC385629

  7. Studies of bromine-oxidizable sulfur-containing compounds in mold metabolism.

    Journal of Bacteriology 57(4):405 (1949) PMID 18120604

  8. STUDIES ON BROMINE-OXIDIZABLE SULFUR-CONTAINING COMPOUNDS IN MOLD METABOLISM.

    Journal of Bacteriology 57(4):405 (1949) PMID 16561711 PMCID PMC385533

  9. The Identification of Streptomycin on Paper Strip Chromatograms.

    Journal of Bacteriology 55(2):231 (1948) PMID 16561451 PMCID PMC518432

  10. A useful selective bactericidal property of tergitol-7.

    Science 103(2687):758 (1946) PMID 20987701

    Starch tryptone agar containing 1 : 20,000 Tergitol-7 was successfully sterilized in the Arnold by one 30-minute heating period. Decreasing the concentration to 1 : 30,000 resulted in 4 per cent failures. A concentration of 1 : 20,000 in the cold killed spores of B. mycoides and an unidentified ...