mice and moles inhabiting mountainous areas of shimane peninsula as sources of infection with yersinia pseudotuberculosis.a total of 1,835 yersinia spp. were isolated from 925 (60.5%) of 1,530 wild mice and from 139 (79.9%) of 174 moles living in mountainous areas of eastern shimane prefecture, japan. the yersinia spp. included 1,106 yersinia enterocolitica, 26 y. enterocolitica-like, 176 yersinia mollaretii, 149 yersinia frederiksenii, 70 yersinia intermedia, 231 yersinia kristensenii, 5 yersinia aldovae, and 72 yersinia pseudotuberculosis. human pathogenic y. enterocolitica was not isolated. y. pseudotuberculosis ...19902254420
raw beef, pork and chicken in japan contaminated with salmonella sp., campylobacter sp., yersinia enterocolitica, and clostridium perfringens--a comparative hundred and twenty samples each of raw ground beef, pork and chicken from ten local grocery stores in shimane prefecture, japan, were examined for the presence of salmonella sp. (sal), campylobacter jejuni (cj), campylobacter coli (cc), yersinia enterocolitica (ye), and clostridium perfringens (cp) from april 1984 to march 1985. a total of 205 isolates of sal (112 strains), cj (64 strains), cc (one strain), ye (7 strains) and cp (21 strains) were recovered from 17 beef (14.2%), 31 pork (25.8 ...19872887078
epidemiological study of yersinia enterocolitica and yersinia pseudotuberculosis in shimane prefecture, japan. 19873311630
epidemiological study of yersinia enterocolitica and yersinia pseudotuberculosis infections in shimane prefecture, shimane prefecture, japan, 175 yersinia enterocolitica isolates from 6,479 stools and 347 appendixes of patients were separated into biotype 3b (vp-, sorbose-, inositol-) serotype o3 phage type ii (22 isolates); biotype 4 (84 isolates), biotype 4 (ornithine-) (16 isolates) and biotype 4 (maltose-) (9 isolates) of serotype o3 phage type viii, biotype 2 serotype o9 (1 isolate) and biotype 1 (43 isolates). this may be the first documentation of isolation of y. enterocolitica biotype 3b serotype ...19853895776
significance of milk as a possible source of infection for human yersiniosis. i. incidence of yersinia organisms in raw milk in shimane prefecture, japan.twelve strains of yersinia enterocolitica and 4 strains of a y. enterocolitica-like organism (y. intermedia) were isolated from 374 pooled raw milk samples. growth occurred in a cold enrichment system using phosphate buffer solution (7 strains), peptone solution (5 strains) and yeast extract-casein-cystine broth (5 strains). serovar 13,7 was most frequently isolated (8 strains) followed by serovars 5,27 (2 strains), 6,31, 7,8, 14 and 22 (each one strain). two strains were untypable, serologicall ...19846730304
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