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Abstract

Because the international basic set of Staphylococcus typing phages includes only one member of group IV-phage 42D-the group is insufficiently characterized and is not suitable for typing bovine strains of Staph. aureus. The addition of several further group IV phages would remedy this deficiency.

Author(s)
Meyer, W.
Publisher
Camb.,
Citation
Journal of Hygiene, 1967, 65, pp 439-447
Abstract

Human, bovine, and canine types of Staph. aureus were differentiated by their reactions to a series of lab. tests: coagulase tests using bovine or human plasma, crystal violet tests, haemolysin tests, fibrinolysin tests, phage typing, etc. These tests are incorporated into a differential scheme, in ...

Author(s)
Meyer, W.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, 1966, 201, pp 465-481