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Abstract

SUMMARY: Thin sections of purified suspensions of were examined by electron microscopy. The organism possesses a limiting membrane, within which lie a granular region and a dense central body. The configuration of the central body suggests that it may consist of an elongated and irregularly twisted strand.

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