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Bartonella species detection in captive, stranded and free-ranging cetaceans

Bartonella species detection in captive, stranded and free-ranging cetaceans

Veterinary Research 39(6): 59-59

We present prevalence of <i>Bartonella</i> spp. for multiple cohorts of wild and captive cetaceans. One hundred and six cetaceans including 86 bottlenose dolphins (71 free-ranging, 14 captive in a facility with a dolphin experiencing debility of unknown origin, 1 stranded), 11 striped dolphins, 4 harbour porpoises, 3 Risso's dolphins, 1 dwarf sperm whale and 1 pygmy sperm whale (all stranded) were sampled.

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