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Abstract

SUMMARY: High cell densities reached in cultures of (Hildenborough strain), grown in a medium of glucose, peptone, yeast extract and salts were due to the presence of a non-sulphate-reducing anaerobic contaminant whose presence was detectable only in special conditions. The relevance of this to previous studies on the Hildenborough strain is discussed and certain quantitative data are corrected.

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1953-12-01
2020-01-29
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