Fatal Septicemia in Macacus Rhesus Caused by a Streptococcus Decolorized by Gram's Method

Abstract

A Gram-negative streptococcus is associated with one form of fatal septicemia arising naturally in Macacus rhesus confined in laboratories. This streptococcus differs from Streptococcus pyogenes in its behavior to Gram's method of staining; in its slight fermentative powers; in the persistence of vitality for a very long time in its cultures; in its high… (More)

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