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J Bacteriol. Mar 1971; 105(3): 1213–1215.
PMCID: PMC248564

Appearance of a Protein “Agglutinin” on the Spheroplast Membrane of Pneumococci During Induction of Competence

Abstract

Competent pneumococci and their spheroplasts agglutinate in dilute acid. Agglutination is caused by a trypsin-sensitive agglutinin which is not identical to the competence factor and the appearance of which requires protein synthesis.

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