Experientia

, Volume 32, Issue 12, pp 1527–1529

Bactericidal activity in conventional or decontaminated mice undergoing GVHD or radiation-induced injury

Authors

  • R. I. Walker
    • Immunology DivisionArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
    • Department of Microbiology and Public HealthMichican State University
  • R. J. Moon
    • Immunology DivisionArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
    • Department of Microbiology and Public HealthMichican State University
  • P. F. Alm
    • Immunology DivisionArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
    • Department of Microbiology and Public HealthMichican State University
  • G. D. Ledney
    • Immunology DivisionArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
    • Department of Microbiology and Public HealthMichican State University
Biologica

DOI: 10.1007/BF01924432

Cite this article as:
Walker, R.I., Moon, R.J., Alm, P.F. et al. Experientia (1976) 32: 1527. doi:10.1007/BF01924432

Summary

Oral antibiotic prophylaxis of mice, particularly those with radiation-induced injury or those undergoing GVHD, alters bactericidal activity of the host.

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© Birkhäuser Verlag 1976