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Abstract

Summary: When young growing filaments or microcolonies of were treated with specific bacteriophage, fragmentation of the filaments followed by complete disintegration of the microcolony were visible microscopically within 2–3 hr. Other Bacillus species were unaffected by the phage. This technique is a simple one for accelerating the identification of .

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