Charles E. Clifton

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Charles E. Clifton is probably the first scientist to publish work on Escherichia coli K-12 in the 20th century.[1] The earliest of Clifton's papers on E. coli K-12 that is listed in PubMed reports the oxidation-reduction potentials of stationary phase and continuous flow cultures of E. coli grown in peptone .[2]

Other publication from Clifton on E. coli K-12 found in PubMed: PMID:16559767, PMID:16559778, PMID:16559900, PMID:16559984, PMID:16560224, ...


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  1. Lederberg, J. (2004) E. coli K-12. Microbiology Today 31:116.
  2. Clifton, CE et al. (1934) Oxidation-reduction Potentials and Ferricyanide Reducing Activities in Peptone Cultures and Suspensions of Escherichia coli. J. Bacteriol. 28 541-59 PubMed