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Exposure to Br abortus in veterinary undergraduates and graduates



Exposure to Br abortus in veterinary undergraduates and graduates



Veterinary Record 97(23): 447-449



Serial Brucella agglutination tests were carried out on veterinary students at Bristol University between 1962 and 1968. A steady rise in the number of those with a significant positive titre was demonstrated in undergraduates and this was related to an increased exposure to farm livestock as their course progressed. A much larger proportion of individuals showed a significant titre in the period following graduation.

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