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Serodetection of Aeromonas sobria-associated abortion in buffaloes and cows in Bombay



Serodetection of Aeromonas sobria-associated abortion in buffaloes and cows in Bombay



Indian Veterinary Journal 68(6): 588-589



Of the 102 buffaloes and 90 cows presented with a history of abortion, but with negative test results for brucellosis, 13 of the buffaloes were positive for serum antibodies to Aeromonas sobria.

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