Harrison McAllister Randall

Physics University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Infrared spectroscopy
"Harrison McAllister Randall"

(1870 - 1969)

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Smith DW, Randall HM. (1965) Mycosides of mycobacteria. The American Review of Respiratory Disease. 92: 34-41
FREGNAN GB, SMITH DW, RANDALL HM. (1962) A mutant of a scotochromogenic Mycobacterium detected by colony morphology and lipid studies. Journal of Bacteriology. 83: 828-36
MACLENNAN AP, RANDALL HM, SMITH DW. (1961) The occurence of methyl ethers of rhamose and fucose in specific glycolipids of certain mycobacteria. The Biochemical Journal. 80: 309-18
SMITH DW, RANDALL HM, MACLENNAN AP, et al. (1960) Detection of specific lipids in mycobacteria by infrared spectroscopy. Journal of Bacteriology. 79: 217-29
SMITH DW, RANDALL HM, MACLENNAN AP, et al. (1960) Mycosides: a new class of type-specific glycolipids of Mycobacteria. Nature. 186: 887-8
Smith DW, Randall HM. (1958) BACTERIAL RESIDUES IN SARCOID LESIONS The Lancet. 272: 642-643
SMITH DW, RANDALL HM, GASTAMBIDE-ODIER MM, et al. (1957) The characterization of mycobacterial strains by the composition of their lipide extracts. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 69: 145-57
GASTAMBIDE-ODIER MM, SMITH DW, RANDALL HM, et al. (1957) Comparison of the native lipids of atypical acid-fast bacilli with the lipids of known mycobacterial types. American Review of Tuberculosis. 75: 843-5
KUBICA GP, RANDALL HM, SMITH DW. (1956) Correlation of biologic properties of strains of Mycobacterium with their infrared spectrums. IV. Fractionation and comparison of the lipids of human strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by means of their infrared spectrums. American Review of Tuberculosis. 73: 529-38
CAWLEY EP, WHEELER CE, BOATWRIGHT H, et al. (1954) Infrared spectroscopic studies of fungi. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 22: 273-8
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