PMID: 5919355Sep 1, 1966

Revised classification of anonymous mycobacteria

Journal of Clinical Pathology
C H Collins


Anonymous mycobacteria can be classified into 10 groups by methods and media usually available in the clinical bacteriology department. These groups are given names which reflect the species they are thought to contain or an important cultural characteristic.


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