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SUMMARY: The general characters are given of a group of phages related to phage , a temperate phage carried by strain W (McCloy, 1951, 1953, 1958). One phage, ´, has been isolated only once but may be a mutant of phage since it, and its clear plaque variant, ´, have many properties in common with the other phages.

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