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Abstract

A helical bacterium, morphologically unrelated to , has been observed in the stomach of the baboon, This organism is found in both mucus and the canaliculi of oxyntic cells. Even though this organism is flagellated, electron micrographs show that it can both contract in length and bend A novel system of tubules has been observed in the bacterial cytoplasm. These tubules may mediate both the bending and contraction observed.

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