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Brucellosis in pigs in Singapore



Brucellosis in pigs in Singapore



Kajian Veterinaire Singapore 2(n Veterinaire (Singapore)): 117-122



Br suis type III was isolated from eight boars, an aborted foetus and a liver abscess in a sow. Serum agglutination tests, using Br. abortus and Br. suis antigens, on 87 boars and 55 pigs 5-7 months old showed that 87 and 20%, respectively, were positive with titres of 100 i.u. or greater.

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