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Ann Microbiol (Paris). 1975 Apr;126(3):327-31.

[Sensitivity to bacteriophage ES18 of strains of "S. dublin", "S. enteritidis" and "S. blegdam" and related serotypes (author's transl)].

[Article in French]


Sensitivity to bacteriophage ES18 may be used as an additional test for identification of strains of some serotypes of Salmonella. In the D group, the great majority (100/103) of the strains of S. enteritidis (H = g,m:-) and 7/7 strains of S. blegdam (H = G,m,q:-) are resistant. On the contrary, all the studied strains (111) of S. dublin (H = g,p:-) either Vi+ or Vi- are sensitive, as those of S. gallinarum-pullorum (61). Two strains of S. kiel (possibly derivated from S. dublin) are sensitive as that serotype, whereas 20 strains of S. paratyphi A, possessing the same O factors, are resistant.

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