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Abstract

SUMMARY: Aberrant forms in a streptomycin-sensitive strain of could regularly be shown to arise in the presence of low concentrations of streptomycin. The effect of streptomycin on the morphology of is comparable with that of penicillin on the morphology of organisms belonging to the Enterobacteriaceae. The transfer of aberrant forms of to a streptomycin-free medium resulted in the atypical multiplication of these forms.

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