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Ecological studies of yersinia enterocolitica 2. experimental infection with yersinia enterocolitica in pigs



Ecological studies of yersinia enterocolitica 2. experimental infection with yersinia enterocolitica in pigs



Veterinary Microbiology 9(4): 375-382



Fattening pigs were inoculated with the human pathogenic strains of Y. enterocolitica, biovar 4 serovar 3 phagovar 8 and biovar 2 serovar 5.27. Each pig received 2.6 .times. 109 organisms by catheter into the stomach and thereafter 10% sodium bicarbonate solution, by the same route. The serovar 3 strain became established in the intestines of 4 of 6 11-wk-old pigs and in all 3 24-wk-old pigs. Serovar 5.27 established in the intestines of all 4 10-wk-old pigs. In these pigs, both serovars were excreted in the feces at 102-106 cells g-1 for a few weeks. However, the serovar 5.27 was excreted in the feces at < 103.3 cells g-1 for 2 wk by 24-wk-old pigs. Horizontal transmission with the serovar 5.27 strain was observed on the 5th-11th day, and the bacteria were present in the intestines during the 2nd wk. Serum titers to O-agglutinin were .ltoreq. 1/10 but in 1 pig, the titer was 1/40 against serovar 5.27.

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