Friedman, Mischa E. (U. S. Army Chemical Corps, Fort Detrick, Frederick, Md.), and William G. Roessler. Growth of Listeria monocytogenes in defined media. J. Bacteriol. 82:528–533. 1961—Listeria monocytogenes, strains A4413, JHH, and 9037-7, require organic sulfur, valine, and isoleucine for growth. In addition, A4413 requires leucine, whereas 9037-7 requires leucine, histidine, and arginine. Glutamine is stimulatory for all three strains. Further, A4413 is stimulated also by histidine, arginine, and methionine, and JHH by histidine, arginine, and leucine
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