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SUMMARY A collection of 85 strains of and unclassified group D streptococci isolated from canned hams and pig intestines was typed serologically. Seventy-seven of the isolates, which included two motile strains, were distributed amongst 15 types and 4 subtypes. The distribution of types was widespread, the same type being isolated from several different countries.

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