PMID: 821971Aug 1, 1976Paper

Serotypes of group B meningococci

Journal of Clinical Pathology
D M Jones, B M Tobin

Abstract

Strains of group B meningococci isolated from cases of sporadic infection, epidemic infection, and from patients unassociated with clinical meningococcal infection have been examined by a serological typing technique. The majority of group B meningococci from clinical infections in the UK have serotype 2 antigen. Such strains were relatively uncommon among carriers who had no association with meningococcal disease.

References

Jul 19, 1975·Lancet·J S FarriesD M Jones
Jul 1, 1974·The Journal of Experimental Medicine·C E Frasch, E C Gotschlich
Mar 16, 1974·British Medical Journal·D M EastonJ B Kurtz
Jun 1, 1972·Journal of Clinical Pathology·J D Abbott, J F Graves

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Sep 1, 1977·Public Health·R E TettmarD M Jones
Mar 1, 1978·The Journal of Experimental Medicine·C E Frasch, J D Robbins
May 1, 1979·The Journal of Clinical Investigation·W D ZollingerS Berman
Mar 1, 1981·The Journal of Infection·S De MaeyerG Reginster
Jun 1, 1982·Microbiological Reviews·I W DeVoe
Aug 1, 1984·Journal of Clinical Microbiology·S de MarieH C Zanen

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