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Serotypes in Saccharomyces telluris: Their relation to source of isolation

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Serotypes in Saccharomyces telluris: Their relation to source of isolation; 1973; Article; Journal; Infection and Immunity; Hasenclever, H.F.; Kocan, R.M.

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Three serotypes have been characterized with three reference strains of Saccharomyces telluris and designated as A, B, and C. One reference strain of Torpulopsis bovina, the imperfect form of S. telluris, belonged to serotype B. Strains of S. telluris isolated from four columbid species were serotyped. All 98 strains of this yeast isolated from Columba livia belonged to serotype B. Three other columbid species, C. leucocephala, C. fasciata, and Zenaidura macroura harbored strains of serotype C only. Serotype A was not isolated from any of the avian species.

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