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Abstract

SUMMARY

The growth of 95 strains of cultured in air with added CO is described. Twenty-two strains of required CO for characteristic growth when cultured at 37°C and growth was promoted by co-trimoxazole, tetracycline and sodium barbitone. Four strains of , two of var. atlantae and one of var. gave increased viable counts after incubation in CO. None of the 40 strains of tested required CO for growth.

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