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yersinia species isolated from sheep with enterocolitis.in 40 submissions to the regional veterinary laboratory (rvl) wagga wagga from sheep in southern new south wales from 1981 to 1989, 53 isolates of yersinia sp were recovered from 45 sheep in 37 flocks. of 53 isolates, 26 were identified as y. pseudotuberculosis, 20 as y. enterocolitica, 5 as y. intermedia and 2 as y. frederiksenii. twelve isolates of y. pseudotuberculosis tested in the slide agglutination test all belonged to serotype iii. the 20 y. enterocolitica isolates were categorised bioch ...19912043083
a study of the foodborne pathogens: campylobacter, listeria and yersinia, in faeces from slaughter-age cattle and sheep in australia.in a study of faeces from 475 slaughter-age cattle and sheep from 19 herds or flocks, campylobacter species (c. jejuni and c. coli) were cultured from all production systems studied and from 73.7 per cent (14/19) of herds or flocks. within individual properties there was a higher prevalence in cattle than in sheep, with campylobacter being most commonly isolated from feedlot cattle. the median prevalences and ranges were: for dairy cattle, six per cent (0-24%), feedlot beef cattle, 58 per cent ( ...200312926738
yersinia enterocolitica infection in children in new south wales. 19873665520
yersinia enterocolitica in raw goat's milk.biochemical and serological data are presented for 35 isolates of yersinia enterocolitica from raw goat's milk produced in new south wales, australia. strains resembled biotype i or 2, but the majority (25 of 35) fermented rhamnose and some showed other atypical reactions.19817224624
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