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Induced localization of streptococci through calcium gluconate injections

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Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine
0022-2143
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Elsevier
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  • Clinical And Experimental

Abstract

Abstract Streptococci recovered from an infected tooth were injected intravenously into rabbits. While one set of controls died of generalized infection, no specific localization could be obtained in a second. But such localization in muscles and connective tissues was made easy if simultaneous injection of calcium gluconate was practiced. Calcified lesions, ultimately absorbed, were produced except once, when what appeared to be bone was observed.

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