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- 1.1. A case of acute endocarditis and meningitis caused by an anaerobic pneumococcus of a new serologic type is reported.
- 2.2. The identity of the organism was established by its solubility in bile, fermentation of inulin, and “Quellung” reaction with an homologous immune serum.
- 3.3. These organisms were not pathogenic for mice, which could be killed by the injection of a heavy suspension in mucin.
- 4.4. Mice infected with mucin suspensions of these organisms were not protected by either sulfanilamide or sulfapyridine.
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- J. Infect. Dis. 1940; 66: 181
Received: November 3, 1939
© 1940 Published by Elsevier Inc.