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Abstract

At low pH and with continuous low concentrations of hydrogen peroxide generated in , catalase was able to replace peroxidase in the peroxidase/hydrogen peroxide/iodide microbicidal system. The system was effective against and Iodide could not be replaced by chloride. The system was effective in lactate buffer, but not in citrate/phosphate buffer. Strains of with high and low virulence were equally susceptible. The observations are discussed in the context of an involvement of host-cell catalase in a possible intracellular killing mechanism against

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