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L. MENETRIER, J. LABONDE and M. C. HANNOUN 2 (40 y/cm ) and to kanamycin (32 cm ), sensitivity to cycloserine (20 y/cm2). Without claiming a link of cause and effect, it may be recalled that adenopathies from scotochromogenic bacilli have been described in the child and that the waste water under discussion originates in an institution where children are hospitalized. (bb) M. photochromogenes. A test at 4 different stages, with about 6 months interval, on the discharge from two septic tanks, in which the waste water from a preventorium is collected, has resulted in the isolation of 5 stocks, of which 4 on the guinea-pig, of M.

L. MENETRIER, J. LABONDE and M. C. HANNOUN C. Salmonellae Complete results are given in TABLE 4. The periods most favorable for Salmonellae isolation in the Seine appear to be the beginning of spring and of summer, the month of August and in fall. One single stock has been isolated in winter. CONCLUSION The conclusion of this scientific program is that the results confirm our conceptions on residual water purification and on processing surface water for distribution to the populations, especially of urbanized zones.

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.

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