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Modification of Levinthal's Method for the Demonstration of Motility of Bacteria in Differentiating between Pasteurella pestis and Past. pseudotuberculosis rodentium



Modification of Levinthal's Method for the Demonstration of Motility of Bacteria in Differentiating between Pasteurella pestis and Past. pseudotuberculosis rodentium



Rev. Microbiol, Saratov., 16: 273-280



Experiments with ten strains of Past. pseudotuberculosis rodentium and five strains of Past. pestis confirmed the findings of other authors quoted, regarding the motility of Past. pseudotuberculosis rodentium as a means of distinguishing it from Past. pestis.

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