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Abstract

SUMMARY: A strain of in which the H antigens had been altered by transduction with a bacteriophage lysate of to the form has been found to revert in the first or second phases giving rise to organisms with the structure and 6 ⟷ 1.2. No reversions in both phases have so far been detected. This phenomenon has been observed only in non-lysogenic strains; lysogenic varieties have remained stable.

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