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Abstract

Several important and diverse human pathogens are found in the tribe . By identifying and concentrating on key biochemical reactions, it has been possible to devise six simple media that permit the identification of all the important members of the tribe with ease, speed and accuracy. This was confirmed by optional additional confirmatory media and tests.

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