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1) Mycobacterium tuberculosis. On a total of 42 positive tests including 42 cultures and 65 guinea-pigs, 50 stocks of Koch bacilli have been isolated, 38 on the guinea-pig, 8 on the culture, 4 on both guinea-pig and culture. All these stocks belong to the human type and react positively to the nicotinic acid test. H. only. H, a concen­ tration of very high clinical sigificance; one single stock, isolated at the discharge level into the river from preventorium waste, shows normal sensitivity to this anti­ biotic (50 per cent resistant colonies at 0,1 y/cm2).

In the case of M. Kansasii, the anaerobiosis of the septic tanks seems to foster its growth. (d) Pathogenic Mycobacteria in vegetables grown on dried mud from sanatorium stations with bacilliferous discharge. Various vegetables such as: roots (potatoes, carrots, turnips), aerial plants (cabbage, tomatoes), mixed (leek) are grown on plain mud or on mud mixed with earth. At maturity the vegetable juice is extracted in a special fruit centrifuger, after very thorough washing in sterile distilled water.

Newington**! 9 Group C S. Infantis* 1 ! S. Bovis* 1 j Morbificans 1 I j 1 S. Bovis 1 2 \ Morbificans 2 S. Para B 1 Group B S. Anatum 1 S. Meleagridis 4 Group E l Salmonellae isolated 4 Down­ stream * S. Infantis and S. Bovis Morbificans isolated from the same sample. ** S. Newington isolated from the same sample as a stock of S. Anatum. 368 1961 ! 257 Total 1960 Year Number of samples tested TABLE 4. SALMONELLAE ISOLATED IN THE SEINE RIVER S. Enteritidis 1 Group D o ►a 3 3 o o a* 3 2 CD o 2 Modern Microbiological and Virological Aspects of Water Pollution 10 L.

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