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Isolation of Serpulina hyodysenteriae and S. innocens from cases of swine dysentery

Isolation of Serpulina hyodysenteriae and S. innocens from cases of swine dysentery

analecta Veterinaria 1: 23-25

20 samples of faeces from 2 intensive herds with swine dysentery yielded 2 isolates of S. innocens, while all of 18 rectal swabs yielded S. hyodysenteriae.

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