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Abstract

Gram-negative, yellow-pigmented rods with low mol % GC contents (% GC about 30 to 40) were more sensitive to ultraviolet light than those with high mol % GC contents (% GC about 60 to 70). This finding may be useful in identifying those Gram-negative, yellow-pigmented bacilli currently classified as

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