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Capsulelike surface material of Mycoplasma dispar induced by in vitro growth in culture with bovine cells is antigenically related to similar structures in vivo


, : Capsulelike surface material of Mycoplasma dispar induced by in vitro growth in culture with bovine cells is antigenically related to similar structures in vivo. Infection and Immunity 59(9): 3119-3125

Electron microscopy was used to show that M. dispar produces an external capsule-like material in vivo that has an affinity for both ruthenium red and polycationic ferritin. This extracellular material is lost during passage in culture medium but can be regained with a single passage on bovine lung fibroblast (BLF) cells.

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