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Thirty-five strains of slowly growing mycobacteria received as and , including the type strains, have been subjected to immunodiffusion analysis and compared with other mycobacterial species. The strains come from cases of ulcerative mycobacteriosis occurring in Australia, Malaya, Mexico, Uganda and Zaire. They were all found to belong to a single distinct species for which MacCallum . is the correct name and Clancey is a later synonym. The species was found to possess the antigens typical of other slow-growing mycobacteria and to have five antigens specific to itself alone.

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1973-08-01
2020-10-28
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