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Haemolytic Escherichia coli, including human intestinal and extraintestinal as well as porcine enterotoxigenic and oedema disease isolates, and Proteus morganii strains were studied for their virulence. Hly+ wild type strains and Hly+ transconjugants were more virulent than Hly- derivatives as shown in mice and chick embryos. This enhanced virulence seems(More)
Erythrite agar, a commercial culture medium produced by the Research Institute for Culture Media (Makhachkala, USSR), is suitable for the cultivation of C. jejuni after the addition of hemolized sheep blood. The addition of antibiotics to the medium permits its use for the isolation of C. jejuni from feces. By means of this medium C. jejuni has been(More)
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