in vitro characteristics of yersinia pseudotuberculosis of nonhuman primate origin.six strains of serotypes 1 or 2 of y. pseudotuberculosis were isolated from dead squirrel monkeys, a cotton-top tamarin and a marmoset hybrid. all strains harboured a 71.6 kb plasmid, all were totally oxacillin-resistant and partially resistant to cephalosporins. biochemically, serotypes 1 and 2 differed from each other in their beta-galactosidase production in a nonfermenter system, whereas the lack of rhamnose, maltose, salicin and trehalose fermentation seemed to be attributable to technical ...19921486229
yersinia pseudotuberculosis infection occurred spontaneously in a group of patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas). 19744215918
pseudotuberculosis in marmosets, tamarins, and goeldi's monkeys (callithrichidae/callimiconidae) housed at a european zoo.yersinia pseudotuberculosis is an insidious bacterial infectious agent distributed worldwide and endemic to european countries. it has caused several animal deaths and may threaten the effectiveness of breeding projects for endangered species. in this retrospective study, we examine the prevalence of pseudotuberculosis in jersey zoo (channel islands, u.k.) over a period of 16 yr to obtain information that can be applied to prevent the infection. the efforts made to control the disease through va ...199910749440
virulence characteristics of yersinia pseudotuberculosis isolated from breeding monkeys in japan.between april 2001 and 2007, 18 yersinia pseudotuberculosis outbreaks occurred in breeding monkeys at 12 zoological gardens in japan, and 28 monkeys of 8 species died. a total of 18 y. pseudotuberculosis strains from the dead monkeys, comprising one strain per outbreak, were examined for serotype and the presence of the virulence genes virf, inv, ypm (ypma, ypmb and ypmc) and irp2. of the 18 y. pseudotuberculosis strains, 7 (38.9%) were serotype 4b, 7 (38.9%) were serotype 1b, and there was one ...200818242014
[apropos of an epizootic due to the malassez-vignal bacillus (pasteurella pseudotuberculosis) in monkeys]. 196314090123
a spontaneous yersinia pseudotuberculosis-infection in a monkey-colony.a spontaneous yersinia pseudotuberculosis (y.p.) infection in one african green monkey (cercopithecus aethiops), and nine squirrel monkeys (saimiri sciureus), is reported. the clinical findings, laboratory results and pathological findings are presented. the digestive system was the most affected organ in the acute phase of the y.p. infection, while in the subacute and chronic phases, the alterations of the lymphatic tissues, spleen or liver were severe.19921642076
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