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Summary.

A strain of (3-Post) was resistant to cefsulodin and ceftazidime at 37°C but sensitive at 20°C. Resistance was mediated by chromosomally-encoded lactamase which was synthesised at a high level during growth above 30°C but at a low, inducible level during growth below 27°C.

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