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The susceptibility of Belgian strains of Treponema hyodysenteriae to various antimicrobial agents

The susceptibility of Belgian strains of Treponema hyodysenteriae to various antimicrobial agents

Results of pig research: 79-85

Two strains of the swine dysentery agent were sensitive to carbadox, olaquindox, virginiamycin and tylosin in vitro.

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