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Abstract

Summary: An apparatus for growing in a dialysed medium in an aerated cellophan tube is described from which 500 ml. of culture of strain 19 having a density of 7 to 10 × 10 organisms/ml., equivalent to 50–70 g. dry weight of organ-isms/I. could be harvested every 3 days.

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