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SUMMARY: Thirty-one strains of heterofermentative lactobacilli have been examined by routine physiological tests, starch-gel electrophoresis of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase and by qualitative analysis of cell wall amino acids. Two major subdivisions are apparent, corresponding to with on one hand, and with and on the other.

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