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Abstract

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strain 297, when lysogenized with phage 7 or its clear-plaque mutant 7 underwent lysogenic conversion that resulted in loss of ability to adsorb phages 7 and 7 and the related phage 8. The same conversion was reflected in changes in the surface of the bacterium by which a somatic antigen, characteristic of the parent strain, was modified and a new, noncrossreacting, antigen produced.

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