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SUMMARY: Six strains of Haemophilus species, pathogenic to chickens, required 1·0 to 1·5% (w/v) NaCl for optimum growth. The requirement was for Na+ rather than NaCl. A sodium salt buffer influenced the optimum NaCl requirement and enhanced growth. Each strain required a different concentration of NADH for an optimum rate of growth.

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