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Isolation of Brucella suis in fetuses. First case in Greece


, : Isolation of Brucella suis in fetuses. First case in Greece. Deltion tes Ellenikes Kteniatrikes Etaireias = Bulletin of the Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society 41(2): 100-106

Examination in spring 1984 of aborted fetuses and placenta from 2 pig farms with a history of abortion revealed three strains of Brucella on one farm and one strain from the other. On the first farm which had a high proportion of pigs serologically positive for Brucella, two of the strains were B. suis biovar 2 and the third was B. melitensis. The strain from the second farm was B. suis biovar 2.


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