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Physiological characteristics of porcine enteropathogenic strains of Escherichia coli in relation to their serotypes



Physiological characteristics of porcine enteropathogenic strains of Escherichia coli in relation to their serotypes



Veterinarski Glasnik 44(11): 961-967



Of 118 strains isolated from the jejunal contents of diarrhoeic piglets on a large pig farm in Bosnia, 57 produced ST enterotoxin, with 49 of these 57 being classified into 14 serotypes; 8 were non-typable. Differences in the biochemical reactions of the ST+ and ST- strains are shown in a table. The 13 isolates with a positive coagulase test were all ST+; of the 42 beta-haemolytic strains, 32 were ST+.

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