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SUMMARY: Seventeen members of Lancefield group H streptococci were separated into two ‘precipitin types’, by a series of absorption precipitation experiments. Representative strains of types I and I/II were found to be serologically identical with the majority of the strains designated as members of group H types 2 and 1 respectively. type II was considered not to possess the group H group-specific substance.

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