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The diagnosis of salmonella abortion in cattle with particular reference to Salmonella dublin. A review

, : The diagnosis of salmonella abortion in cattle with particular reference to Salmonella dublin. A review. Journal of Hygiene 79(1): 25-38

The diagnosis of abortion in cattle caused by Salmonella dublin depends upon the isolation of the organism from either the products of conception, uterine discharges, vaginal mucus or milk together with serological evidence of active infection. S. dublin may be isolated when an active or a latent carrier cow abourts but in these cases an active infection will not be demonstrable. The retrospective identification of a case of S. dublin abortion may prove difficult as excretion of the organism is usually transient and the serum agglutinating antibodies frequently fall to low titres soon after the abortion.

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Accession: 006628464

PMID: 328768

DOI: 10.1017/s0022172400052815

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