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Experimental infection of pregnant ewes with Listeria monocytogenes



Experimental infection of pregnant ewes with Listeria monocytogenes



Veterinary Record 118(21): 575-578



Eight 18-month-old ewes were infected orally with L. monocytogenes between 77 and 91 days of pregnancy. Only one ewe aborted, 10 days after the first infecting dose, at 94 days of gestation; L. monocytogenes was isolated from several sites in both its aborted fetuses. Two days after the first infecting dose all the ewes exhibited mild illness and pyrexia lasting for two to three days but the ewe which aborted was seriously ill until 9-10 days after aborting.

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