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Abstract

A highly active surface antigen, reacting by precipitation and complement fixation, has been isolated from strain 32. The antigen is a polysaccharide polymer built up of galactose, ribose and dideoxyhexose. The dideoxyhexose is the immunodominant sugar.

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