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G. vaginalis was isolated from 52.4 per cent patients with non-specific vaginitis. The haemagglutinating activity of G. vaginalis was strongest with human 'O' red cells and weaker reactions were observed with sheep and chick erythrocytes. Haemagglutinating activity of G. vaginalis with human 'O' cells (1:16 titre) could be correlated with clue cells in(More)
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