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Leptospirosis as a zoonosis with reference to meat hygiene. Studies on the survival of Leptospira pomona in muscles and kidney (of swine) and lymph nodes (of cattle) during cold storage



Leptospirosis as a zoonosis with reference to meat hygiene. Studies on the survival of Leptospira pomona in muscles and kidney (of swine) and lymph nodes (of cattle) during cold storage



Die Leptospirose als Zoonose aus fleischhygienischer Sicht sowie eigene Untersuchungen uber die Uberlebensfahigkeit von Leptospira Pomona in Muskulatur, Nieren und Lymphknoten bei Gefrierlagerung: 161



Cubes of meat from muscles and kidneys of freshly slaughtered pigs were injected with L. pomona cultures and submitted to freezing temperatures of -10, -20 and -40 deg C. At regular intervals up to 16 days with muscle samples and 21 days with kidney samples, single cubes were removed, divided into ten and six portions, respectively, and examined for viable organisms, after the preparation of a suspension in Korthof-Leptospira broth base and incubation for up to 42 days at 29 deg C.

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