Mycobacterium xenopi was first isolated by Schwabacher from a nodular lesion on the back of a frog (Xenopus laevis, the South African clawed toad). After isolating the organism, he was able to reintroduce it into a similar animal and reproduce the lesion.332 (Many references use the term xenopei, the form Schwabacher originally chose.)
KeywordsXenopus Laevis Nodular Lesion Human Material Cornmeal Agar Sound Conclusion
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