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Epidemiological and pathological study of infectious diseases in imported animals - current imports and pathogen-bearing status of wild rodents for use as companion animals



Epidemiological and pathological study of infectious diseases in imported animals - current imports and pathogen-bearing status of wild rodents for use as companion animals



Journal of Azabu University 9/10: 221-228



A total of 144 wild rodents, belonging to 9 species, for use as companion animals were examined for the presence of pathogens. Consequently, there was no antibodies for Hantavirus and plague in all the examined rodents. Pathogenic Yersinia sp. and Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae were also not detected. However, Leptospira was isolated from five kidneys of 5 African dormice.

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