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Observations on serological cross-reactions between smooth Brucella species and organisms of other genera


, : Observations on serological cross-reactions between smooth Brucella species and organisms of other genera. Developments in Biological Standardization 56: 341-348

Escherichia coli of groups O116 and O157, group N Salmonella serotypes, Pseudomonas maltophilia and Yersinia enterocolitica, inoculated into cattle and swine, were all capable of evoking significant titres of antibodies which cross-reacted with Brucella.

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