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Four cases of human infection with Achromobacter anitratus
  1. D. J. B. Ashley,
  2. W. Kwantes
  1. Morriston Hospital, Swansea
  2. Public Health Laboratory, Swansea


    Four cases of human infection with Achromobacter anitratus, one of which was fatal, are described. They all occurred at one hospital within a period of two months.

    The bacteriology, antibiotic sensitivity, and pathogenicity of the organisms are discussed. One of the strains was found to differ from the other three.

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