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Prevalence of Leptospira species among farmed and domestic animals in Greece

Burriel, A. R., Dalley, C. and Woodward, M. J. (2003) Prevalence of Leptospira species among farmed and domestic animals in Greece. Veterinary Record, 153 (5). pp. 146-148. ISSN 0042-4900

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A total of 1527 serum samples from pigs, goats, sheep, cattle and dogs in Greece were examined by the microscopic agglutination test and 11.8 per cent of them had antibodies against one or more Leptospira serovars at titres of 1/100 or more. The predominant serovar affecting farm animal species was Bratislava, and Copenhageni was common among dogs and the second most important serovar when all animals were considered together. Another prevalent serovar was Australis, but antibodies to Pomona were detected only in goats and cattle.

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Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy > Department of Food and Nutritional Sciences > Food Microbial Sciences Research Group
ID Code:30031
Publisher:British Veterinary Association

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