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Animal diseases associated with Vibrio cholerae 0-1 (NAG)

Animal diseases associated with Vibrio cholerae 0-1 (NAG)

Veterinaria Argentina 10(95): 310-315

Previously reported outbreaks caused by V. cholerae 0-1 (NAG) are described as well as an outbreak occurring in 1988. The outbreak occurred in a dairy establishment in Las Taperitas (Santa Fe) comprising 10 050 animals in 23 milking yards. 48 animals in 2 milking yards were affected; 36 died, 10 of these aged 1-2 years. PM examination showed generalized congestion and Vibrio cholerae 0-1 were isolated from the intestine, blood, muscles, liver and spleen.

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