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Abstract

SUMMARY

Forty-four strains of non-haemolytic streptococci, from a variety of sites,. that required C02 for aerobic growth were identified as Of these strains, 40 (90%) possessed the Lancefield group-F antigen, the remainder being non-groupable with antisera to the group antigens A, C, F andG.

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