E. H. Runyon

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While many properties of the most recently recognized mycobacterial pathogen, Mycobacterium xenopei, have been established by the predominantly consistent findings of several workers (H. C. Engbaek et al, Acta Pathol. Microbiol. Scand. 69:576, 1967), some important morphological properties have lot been described. Twenty-three strains of M. xenopei from(More)