Summary: Tomato juice Yeastrel Tween 80 broth was found to contain two haptene substances, one a component of tomato juice and the other of Yeastrel. These caused difficulties in the use of lactobacillus antisera. Methods were devised for eliminating the effects of these haptenes.


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