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Nutritional requirements of Bacillus anthracis, particularly the growth of vaccine strain STI-1 upon periodic culture in synthetic liquid media

, : Nutritional requirements of Bacillus anthracis, particularly the growth of vaccine strain STI-1 upon periodic culture in synthetic liquid media. Zhurnal Mikrobiologii Epidemiologii i Immunobiologii (6): 55-59

The Russian vaccine strain and field strains required valine for growth in a defined synthetic medium. The optimum concentration of glucose for batch culture varied with the culture medium.

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