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In previous papers it has been reported that all strains of groups E2, and Salmonellas were lysogenic, in so far as tested, and the present paper deals with groups E1 and E4 Salmonellas. S. london, S. give, S. anatum, S. nyborg, S. amager, S. butantan, S. vejle, S. meleagridis, S. elisabethville, S. simi, S. lexington and S. uganda of group E1, were all found to be lysogenic, when tested by mixed broth culture of two strains in all possible combinations. The fact that these strains were selected entirely at random suggests that Salmonella strains of group Ei are lysogenic in general. S. niloese, 8 strains of S. senftenberg, S. senftenberg-simsbury and S. taksony of group E4 were also found to be lysogenic, when tested by using S. anatum of group E1, as an indicator strain. The above findings, indicating that all the strains of groups E1 E2 and E3, Salmonellas were lysogenic, suggest that Salmonella strains are lysogenic in general, not only in group E but also in other groups

Publisher: 札幌医科大学医学部
Year: 1956
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