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Mixed infection of albino rats by Pasteurella pneumotropica and a new pneumotropic Pasteurella species



Mixed infection of albino rats by Pasteurella pneumotropica and a new pneumotropic Pasteurella species



Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin 24B(6): 476-485



In the microbiological analysis of an outbreak of respiratory disease in albino Sprague-Dawley rats kept under conventional conditions, a new Pasteurella species was isolated from pneumonic tissue. This organism was phenotypically related to Pasteurella gallinarum but was shown to belong to a different DNA homology group. Cultures of the new species have been deposited in the National Collection of Type Cultures, London under numbers 11051 and 11052 respectively.

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