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first isolation of haemophilus parasuis and other nad-dependent pasteurellaceae of swine from european wild boars.haemophilus parasuis is a colonizer of the upper respiratory tract of pigs and the etiological agent of glässer's disease, which is characterized by a fibrinous polyserositis, meningitis and arthritis. glässer's disease has never been reported in wild boar (sus scrofa), although antibodies against h. parasuis have been detected. the goal of this study was to confirm the presence of this bacterium in wild boar by bacterial isolation and to compare the strains to h. parasuis from domesticated pigs ...200717574352
correlation between clinico-pathological outcome and typing of haemophilus parasuis field strains.haemophilus parasuis is the etiologic agent of glässer's disease in pigs, which is pathologically characterized by serofibrinous polyserositis and arthritis. h. parasuis include virulent and non-virulent strains and confirmation of virulence in h. parasuis is still dependent on experimental reproduction of the disease. since the variability in virulence is supported by serotyping and genotyping (particularly, multilocus sequence typing [mlst]), we examined the relationship between the classifica ...201019945233
fatal infection due to haemophilus parasuis in a young wild boar (sus scrofa).haemophilus parasuis is a recognized pathogen in domestic pigs; the pathogen has been also isolated from healthy wild boar (sus scrofa). in the current report, a case of fatal h. parasuis infection in a wild boar piglet from central spain is described. the affected animal presented severe pneumonic lesions, inflammation in tarsal joints with presence of fibrinous deposits, and epidural hemorrhage in the atlanto-occipital joint. pure growth of h. parasuis was obtained from lungs and tarsal joints ...201323512924
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