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Swine colibacillosis II. Virulence factors of Escherichia coli strains belonging to the classic serotypes


, : Swine colibacillosis II. Virulence factors of Escherichia coli strains belonging to the classic serotypes. Repositorio de Trabalhos do Laboratorio Nacional de Investigacao Veterinaria 19: 37-54

Since 1980, E. coli strains pathogenic for pigs but not belonging to the classic serotypes have been isolated from cases of colibacillosis. A total number of 55 strains of the 08 serogroup and 38 strains not serotyped, isolated between 1980 and 1985, were studied for virulence factors such as enterotoxins (LT and STa), cytotoxin VT, haemagglutination patterns, classic adhesions and other fimbrial appendages potentially involved in the process of adherence to the intestinal mucosa.


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