Bacterial interference by Streptococcus salivarius.


A strain of streptococcus salivarius, recognized in a throat culture because of its inhibition of the growth of a species of Corynebacterium, was studied in vitro to determine its antagonistic effects agains various other bacteria. It was found to be inhibitory to anaerobic Gram-positive cocci, streptococci belonging to Lancefields groups A, C, F, and G… (More)


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@article{Bill1975BacterialIB, title={Bacterial interference by Streptococcus salivarius.}, author={Nelli Bill and James Washington}, journal={American journal of clinical pathology}, year={1975}, volume={64 1}, pages={116-20} }