Otherwise typical strains of showed growth on an unenriched nutrient agar, prepared from commonly available ingredients, when subcultured soon after isolation. Growth on nutrient agar is therefore not a valid reason for considering that a neisseria belongs to one of the non-pathogenic species.


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