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Experimental infection of ewes with Listeria monocytogenes



Experimental infection of ewes with Listeria monocytogenes



Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, Argentina 67(1): 6-14



Four adult ewes at days 125-135 of gestation were inoculated with L. monocytogenes serotype 1, two intravenously and two by the intra-amniotic route. One aborted on day 3 after inoculation, and all were examined PM on day 5. Lesions consisted of necrotic placentitis and suppurative endometritis. In the fetuses the most prominent lesions were extensive subcutaneous oedema, blood-stained fluid in thoracic and abdominal cavities, and focal necrosis in liver, lungs and kidneys.

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