[The antigen H:z66 in 1,000 strains of Salmonella typhi from the Antilles, Central America and South America].
Service des Entérobactéries, INSERM U. 199, Institut Pasteur, Paris.
- Published Article
Bulletin de la Societe de pathologie exotique et de ses filiales
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1988
The research of the flagellar antigen H:z66 of Salmonella typhi was performed in 1,000 strains from the West Indies, Central America and South America. A method based on the immobilization of motile strains in soft agar with immune serum anti-H: d was used to detect strains carrying this flagellar antigen. No strains had antigen H:z66 irrespective to their biovar, phage-type, colicinogeny, drug susceptibility and geographical origin. Future investigations are needed for a better knowledge of the worldwide distribution of Salmonella typhi strains carrying antigen H:z66.
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