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1 April 1990 CHARACTERISTICS OF PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA ISOLATED FROM WATERFOWL AND ASSOCIATED AVIAN SPECIES IN CALIFORNIA
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Characteristics of Pasteurella multocida isolated from tissues of dead waterfowl and associated avian species found at 23 sites located in northern and central California, from January 1986 through January 1988 are reported. Two hundred ninety five isolates of P. multocida were obtained from 23 avian species. Most of the isolates belonged to the subspecies P. multocida multocida (63%), followed by P. multocida gallicida (37%), and by P. multocida septica (<1%). There appeared to be a higher prevalence of P. multocida multocida in Ross' geese (Chen rossi) and Snow geese (Chen coeruleus). All of the isolates belonged to somatic serotype 1, possessed the A capsule type and were susceptible to the 8 antimicrobial agents tested. None contained plasmid DNA.

Hirsh, Jessup, Snipes, Carpenter, Hird, and McCapes: CHARACTERISTICS OF PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA ISOLATED FROM WATERFOWL AND ASSOCIATED AVIAN SPECIES IN CALIFORNIA
Dwight C. Hirsh, David A. Jessup, Kurt P. Snipes, Tim E. Carpenter, David W. Hird, and Richard H. McCapes "CHARACTERISTICS OF PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA ISOLATED FROM WATERFOWL AND ASSOCIATED AVIAN SPECIES IN CALIFORNIA," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 26(2), 204-209, (1 April 1990). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-26.2.204
Received: 15 June 1989; Published: 1 April 1990
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