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Variation in a Strain of Classical Vibrio cholerae

Nature volume 212, page 303 (15 October 1966) | Download Citation

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HAEMAGGLUTINATING activity has been observed occasionally in stock laboratory cultures of some strains of classical Vibrio cholerae1,2. It is therefore necessary to use recently isolated organisms in haemagglutination tests for the differentiation of vibrios.

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  1. Department of Bacteriology, School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta.

    • K. N. NEOGY
    •  & A. C. MUKHERJEE

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