PMID: 1080Feb 1, 1975

Some observations on the effects produced in white mice following the injection of certain suspensions of corroding bacilli

British Journal of Experimental Pathology
J V Robinson, A L James

Abstract

Strictly anaerobic and facultatively anaerobic strains of "corroding bacilli" failed to produce any pathological symptoms when injected into white mice and no viable organisms could be recovered after 7 days. However, when these same strains were coupled with certain other living bacteria or certain sterile bacterial extracts, lesions developed from which corroding bacilli could be isolated even after 21 days.

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