The effect of chick embryo extract on the growth and morphology of tubercle bacilli.
- Published Article
The Journal of experimental medicine
- Publication Date
Sep 01, 1948
Aqueous extracts of 11-day-old chick embryos enhance the growth of tubercle bacilli in oleic acid-albumin media. These extracts also increase the tendency of virulent strains to exhibit the serpentine pattern of growth and confer this property on avirulent variants which normally grow unoriented in clumps. Growth in the presence of chick embryo extract slightly increases the virulence of the virulent strains but does not confer virulence on the avirulent variants.
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