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1 January 1976 LEPTOSPIROSIS IN SMALL MAMMALS OF IRAN: I. SEROLOGIC TESTS AND ISOLATION OF Leptospira hebdomadis FROM Apodemus sylvaticus
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Leptospires of the hebdomadis sero-group and related to sejroe serotype, were isolated from the kidney of a vole (Apodemus sylvaticus) by direct culture as well as by animal inoculation. Sera of the vole from which leptospires were isolated, and serologic specimens from 1372 other small mammals, were negative for lepto-spiral agglutinins.

HOOSHMAND-RAD and MAGHAMI: LEPTOSPIROSIS IN SMALL MAMMALS OF IRAN: I. SEROLOGIC TESTS AND ISOLATION OF Leptospira hebdomadis FROM Apodemus sylvaticus
P. HOOSHMAND-RAD and GH. MAGHAMI "LEPTOSPIROSIS IN SMALL MAMMALS OF IRAN: I. SEROLOGIC TESTS AND ISOLATION OF Leptospira hebdomadis FROM Apodemus sylvaticus," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 12(1), (1 January 1976). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-12.1.34
Received: 14 June 1975; Published: 1 January 1976
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