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Abstract

Three strains of differing in biotype, serotype and/or toxinogenicity were studied. The capability for dark repair of DNA and stability of alkaline phosphatase decreased concomitantly with toxinogenicity on laboratory passage of highly enterotoxinogenic strain 569B. These properties could be restored by passaging strain 569B once through a guinea-pig.

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